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Aadi Month and Property – Can I Buy House or Land or Property in Aadi Masam

Can I Buy Land or Property in Aadi Masam? There is a widespread belief that buying land or house or flat or property is bad in Tamil Aadi Month . It is common in Tamil Nadu not to buy land or flat during Aadi (July 17 to August 16). Nobody knows why it is bad? No one knows why one should not buy property or land in the month. Aadi is just like any other month. Investments on land or flat or house should be done after carefully considering all factors. A particular month has nothing to do with it. Hindu scriptures do not state that a particular period is bad or good. So such beliefs have no scriptural support. Why do people believe that one should not buy property in Aadi Masam? Dakshinayana begins in Aadi month – Sun changes direction from north to south in the Aadi month. So some people believe it is inauspicious. The night time of Devas begins with Dakshinayana. So the belief that auspicious events held in the month won't get the blessing of Gods. Can I Buy H

Savlarambuva Punnyatithi

Savlrambuva was an eminent exponent of devotional music and a great follower of the Bhakti Tradition. Savlarambuva Punyatithi is the death anniversary of this pious soul and is observed mainly in Junnar near Pune in Maharashtra . Savlarambuva Punyatithi 2023 date is June 26. Savlarambuva Punyatithi is annually observed on the Ashada Shukla Paksha Ashtami – eighth day during the waxing phase of moon in Ashada month. Savlarambuva was a great exponent of devotional music associated with Lord Vitthal. He was primarily associated with the Warkari Sect – the devotees who travel on foot to Pandharpur Vitthal Temple to observe Ashadi Ekadasi.

Wisdom of Ancient Hindu Teachers

A collection of wisdom of ancient Hindu Teachers. Total attention to whatsoever you do, that is the secret to success. He who considers himself the unluckiest is the most foolish person. Beware of sweet words and empty promises. We take God’s gifts for granted. Yet we complain at the slightest misfortune. Let your actions on earth be such that others benefit from them long after you are gone. Source – The Balvihar Book of Picture Parables published by Chinmaya Mission. ‘Failures are the pillars of success!’ Knowledge arises through the combination of all our mistakes and errors, our good and bad deeds. … How many thousands and thousands of times you have assumed various bodies, how many good and bad deeds you have performed! You have forgotten all this and, by calculating the insignificant merits and demerits of this one little life, are suffering for no reason. Look at the numberless past lives you have lived; think about your limitless future lives.