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Telugu Phalgun Masa in 2025 – Falguna Month in Traditional Calendar in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in 2025

Phalgun Month, or Falguna Masa, is the 12th month in a traditional Telugu calendar followed in Andhra Pradesh. Phalgun Masa in 2025 begins on February 28 and ends on March 29, 2025. Phalguna Masam is the last month in traditional Telugu Hindu Calendar. Some of the important festivals and auspicious days include Amalaki Ekadasi, Holi Festival, and Papamochani Ekadasi. Sankatahara Chavithi monthly fasting dedicated to Lord Ganesh is on March 17, 2025 – Moonrise is at 9:39 PM – Indian standard time. Phalgun Masa 2025 Shukla and Krishna Paksha Phalgun Masa 2025 Shukla Paksha or bright phase of moon in Telugu Calendar is from February 28 to March 14, 2025. Phalgun Masa 2025 Krishna Paksha or dark phase of moon in Telugu Calendar is from March 15 to March 29, 2025. Phalguna Masam Ekadasi Amalaki Ekadasi – March 10 Papamochani Ekadasi – March 25 Phalgun Masa Pradosh Pradosh – March 11 Pradosh - March 27 Poornima in Phalguna Masa 2025 Falgun Purnima or

Tvam Eva Mata Prayer with Meaning

The meaning of prayer Tvam Eva Mata Tvam-Eva Mata Ca Pita Tvam-Eva | Tvam-Eva Bandhush-Ca Sakhaa Tvam-Eva | Tvam-Eva Viidya Dravinnam Tvam-Eva | Tvam-Eva Sarvam Mama Deva Deva || You Truly are my Mother And You Truly are my Father. You Truly are my Relative And You Truly are my Friend. You Truly are my Knowledge and You Truly are my Wealth. You Truly are my All, My God of Gods. Let's delve into its meaning and significance: Divine Connection: Prayer serves as a direct channel of communication with the divine, acknowledging the presence of a higher power in our lives. By addressing the divine as both mother and father, it symbolizes the nurturing and protective aspects of the divine, encompassing both maternal love and paternal guidance. Relationship and Support: The prayer recognizes the divine as not just a distant entity but as a close and intimate presence in our lives. Referring to the divine as relative and friend emphasizes the personal and supportive