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Sabarimala Mandala Puja 2017 date – Last Day of 41-day Mandalakala Pooja at Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple

The Mandala Puja observed in the Malayalam month Dhanu marks the end of 41-day pilgrimage or the Mandala Kalam at SabarimalaAyyappaTemple. Sabarimala Mandala Puja 2017 date is December 26. The SabarimalaAyyappaTemple which opens in mid-November remains continuously open for 41 days till the Mandala Puja.


After the Mandala Pooja, the temple closes for a brief period of two to three days and reopens for Makaravilakku festival, which is observed on January 14, 2018.

The Sabarimala Mandala Kalam begins in mid-November – on the first day of Malayalam month Vrishchikam. The 41 days conclude during the last week of December – in the Malayalam month Dhanu. The puja on last day is known as Mandala Puja and it is held in the evening.

The puja is held by adorning the Thanka Anki (golden attire) which is brought in a procession from the famous AranmulaSreeParthasarathyTemple.

Haldi Kumkum Dates in August 2017 – Auspicious days in August 2017 in For Haldi Kumukum ceremony

Haldi Kumkum Dates in August 2017 traditional Hindu calendar followed in India. Haldi Kumkum ceremony is mainly held in Maharashtra, parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka. This ceremony is mainly observed by women. Married women are invited during the ceremony.

Haldi Kumkum Dates in August 2017 –

August 1 is good after 12:20 PM August 2 is good till 3:15 PM August 4 is good after 5:55 PM August 5 August 6 August 9 August 10 is good till 12:40 PM August 11 August 12 August 13 August 14 is good after 8:40 AM August 16 August 17 is good after 12:45 PM August 18 August 22 August 23 August 24 August 25 August 26 August 27 is good till 5:40 PM

Nelluvai Dhanwanthari Temple Offerings

The important offerings at the famous Nelluvai Dhanwanthari Temple near Thrissur in Kerala include Malar, Appam and Panchaarappayasam.

There are mainly three poojas in Nelluvai Temple.

The pooja procedures start with Abhishekam in the early morning followed by Usha pooja, Pantheeradi Pooja and Uchcha pooja. There are Deepaaraadhana and Aththaazhappooja in the evening every day.

Malar and Appam are commonly used as Nivedyam in the morning and evening sessions respectively. The mostly liked Nivedyam by the Dhanvanthari Moorthy is Panchaarappayasam. The other main Vazhipaadu to the Dhanvanthari Moorthy include Chandanam Chaarththal, Venna Chaarththal, etc.
The most important Vazhipaadu in this temple is Mukkudi. This Mukkudi is received as Prasadam after the morning pooja only. If the Mukkudi Prasadam is taken inside with full devotion, there will be complete relief to the abdominal and gastric diseases.

Alathiyoor Hanuman Temple Timings – Alathiyur Hanuman Temple – Opening and Closing – Pooja and Darshan Timings

Alathiyoor Hanuman Temple is located at Alathiyur in Malappuram District in Kerala. The shrine is around 6 km from Tirur on the Road to Ponnani. Alathiyoor Hanuman Temple Timings with detail opening and closing time is given below. Please note that the pooja and darshan time will extended or curtailed during important rituals. The shrine will remain closed during Grahanam or Eclipse.

Alathiyoor Hanuman Temple Timings

Morning Darshan and Puja Time 5:00 AM to 10:00 AM Evening Darshan and Puja Time 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Triprangode Siva Temple Timings – Triprangode Shiva Temple - Opening and Closing Time - Pooja and Darshan Timings

Triprangode Siva Temple is located at Triprangode in Malappuram District in Kerala. The shrine is around 8 km from Tirur Railway Station. Triprangode Siva Temple Timings with detail opening and closing time is given below. Please note that the pooja and darshan time will extended or curtailed during important rituals. The shrine will remain closed during Grahanam or Eclipse.

Triprangode Siva Temple Timings

Morning Darshan and Puja Time 4:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Evening Darshan and Puja Time 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Suroopa Dwadashi – Surupa Dwadasi 2017 date

Surupa Dwadasi, or Suroopa Dwadashi, is observed during the 12th day of the waning phase of moon (Krishna Paksha) in Paush Month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India. Suroopa Dwadashi 2017 date is December 14. It is believed that Satyabhama, wife of Sri Krishna, got relieved from the curse that made her look ugly by observing the Surupa Dwadashi.

Women of certain Hindu communities observe a fast on the day. Those observing the fast collect fresh cow dung in a pot. In the evening Srihari Vishnu is worshipped along with the pot.

Patience is the sign of true knowledge

A true renunciate is one who can practice the quality of patience in the midst of pressing situations.

Patience is the sign of true knowledge.

Life is never a smooth flow. There will be difficulties. Patiently facing the difficulties of life and using the twist and turns in life to learn and evolve is the true character of a spiritually inclined person.

There is an opportunity and a valuable lesson in every difficult situation.
Peace stands on the two pillars of patience and wisdom.

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Today’s Hindu Calendar – December 25, 2016 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on Sunday, December 25, 2016 (Today) – Krishna Paksha Dwadasi Tithi or the twelfth day during the waning phase of moon inHindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Ekadasi Tithi or the eleventh day during the waning phase of moon till 4:01 AM on December 25. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dwadasi Tithi or the twelfth day during the waning phase of moon. All time based on India Standard Time.
How is December 25, 2016 as per Hindu Panchang? – It is not a good date. Nakshatra – Swathi or Chothi Nakshatra till 1:44 AM on December 25. Then onward it is Vishaka or Vishakam Nakshatram.
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan), it is Swathi or Chothi Nakshatra till 12:37 AM on December 25. Then onward it is Vishaka or Vishakam Nakshatram.
Rashi or Moon Sign – Tula Rashi till 9:40 PM. Then onward it is Vrishchika Rashi.
In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and south Rajasthan), it is Tula Rashi till…

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