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Sade Sati Solution and Prayers

Sade Sati is the bad positioning of Shani Bhagavan in an individual's horoscope. It is followed by those who believe in astrology. The best and ideal solution for Sade Sati is worship of Hanuman and Shani Bhagavan on Saturdays. Prayers - You can read Sunderkand from Ramayana or chant Hanuman Chalisa on all days. Fast on Saturday from sunrise to sunset. Offer prayers to Hanuman and Shani Bhagavan. You can also do food donation to poor children and elderly people once in a year. Sade Sati is not really a bad period but it is an opportunity for you to work hard and be more determined. It also gives you an opportunity to take a look at life in a balanced way. Many people who were just doing normal have become highly successful during Sade Sati period as they put extra effort during the period.

Shyam Baba Dwadasi

Shyambaba Dwadasi is associated with the Khatu Shyam or Barbareek, the powerful grandson of Bhima and son of Ghatotkacha in the Mahabharata. Shyam Baba Dwadasi is observed on all Shukla Paksha Dwadasi or 12th day during the waxing phase of moon. The most important ritual on the day is held at the Khatu   Shyam   Temple  at Sikar in Rajasthan. Shyambaba Dwadasi is observed annually on the Phalgun Shukla Paksha Dwadasi or the 12th day during waxing phase of moon in Phalgun month. The day is of great importance to many Hindu communities in North India . Temples associated with Khatu Shyam or Barbareek hold special rituals and prayers. Related Story of Hindu God Khatu Shyam or Barbareek

Meena Masam 2023 – Malayalam Meena Month in 2023

Meena Masam, or Meenam, is the eighth month in a traditional Malayalam calendar followed in Kerala. Meena Masam in 2023 begins on March 14 and ends on April 13, 2023. 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 Karutha Vavu or Amavasya – March 21 Velutha Vavu or full moon day (Purnima) – April 6 Ekadasi Vratham  - March 18 and April 1 Pradosham - March 19 and April 3 Sashti Viratham  - March 27 Festivals and auspicious days include: Temple   Festival  at  Sabarimala Temple begins on  Panguni Uthiram –  Sabarimala Festival Ends -  Kodungallur Kavu Theendal –  Sri Rama Navami -  Arattupuzha Pooram -  Meena Bharani –  Hanuman Jayanti - April 6 Next month in Malayalam calendar is the Meda Masam or Medam.