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Sade Sati Solution and Prayers

Sade Sati, a significant aspect in Vedic astrology, refers to the transit of Saturn (Shani Bhagavan) through the twelfth, first, and second houses from one's moon sign. It's believed to bring challenges and obstacles during its approximately seven-and-a-half-year cycle. However, its effects vary depending on the individual's birth chart and the positioning of other planets. Devotees often turn to various practices to mitigate the perceived negative impacts of Sade Sati. Worshipping Hanuman and Saturn on Saturdays is a common practice, as both are considered to have the power to alleviate the effects of Saturn's transit. Sunderkand, a chapter from the epic Ramayana, and the Hanuman Chalisa, a hymn dedicated to Lord Hanuman, are recited for spiritual strength and protection. Fasting on Saturdays from sunrise to sunset is another observance believed to appease Saturn. Alongside fasting, prayers and offerings to Hanuman and Saturn are made, seeking their blessings for s

Meena Masam 2025 – Malayalam Meena Month in 2025

Meena Masam, or Meenam, is the eighth month in a traditional Malayalam calendar followed in Kerala. Meena Masam in 2025 begins on March 14 and ends on April 13, 2025. Auspicious days in the month include Panguni Uthiram at Sabarimala Temple , Kodungallur Kavu Theendal, Meena Bharani and Sri Ramanavami. Full Moon and No Moon Day Velutha Vavu or full moon day (Purnima) – March 14 and April 12 Karutha Vavu or Amavasya – March 29 Ekadasi Vratham  - March 25 and April 8 Pradosham - March 27 and April 10 Sashti Viratham  - April 5 Festivals and auspicious days include: Temple   Festival  at  Sabarimala Temple begins on  Panguni Uthiram –  Sabarimala Festival Ends -  Kodungallur Kavu Theendal –  Sri Rama Navami - April 6 Arattupuzha Pooram -  Meena Bharani –  Next month in Malayalam calendar is the Meda Masam or Medam.