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Mookambika Devi Prayer Lyrics in Malayalam

This particular Mookambika Devi prayer is titled Sri Mookambika Devi Sahsranamam. The lyrics of the prayer is in Malayalam. You can download the entire prayer for free. Shreyas foundation is providing the online digital version of the prayer. Goddess Mookambika Devi is worshipped at the famous Kollur Mookambika Temple in Karnataka. She blesses devotees with good health, intellect and prosperity. You can download the Mookambika Devi Prayer in Malayalam here.

How to perform naming ceremony as per Malayali Kerala Hindu Ceremony? – How to do Malayalam Peridal ceremony?

Peridal is the naming ceremony of a child after birth among Malayali Hindu families in Kerala. It is now performed on the 28 th day after the birth of the baby as per traditional Malayalam calendar. Here is a brief description of how the ceremony is performed by Malayalis in Kerala. On the naming ceremony day, the child is bathed, dressed in new dress and is taken to a nearby temple for offering worship. The naming ceremony is usually performed in the home. Earlier it was the maternal uncle who used to name the baby. Today it is performed by father or grandfather. The person performing the naming ceremony sits on a traditional wooden seat or on the ground facing east. The child is then kept in his lap. A lighted lamp is placed in front. Prayers are offered to Ganesha. A betel leaf is then rounded to create a hollow in the middle. The person then proclaims the name of the child three times, first into the right ear and again three times into the left e

Who is the author of Ramayana in Sanskrit?

Ramayana is one among the two epics in Hinduism. It narrates the story of Bhagvan Sri Ram and Mata Sita and was written in Dev Vani Sanskrit. But who is the author of Ramayana? The author of Ramayana is Sage Valmiki (Adi Kavi Maharishi Valmiki). The exact date when Valmiki wrote the Ramayan is not known. Apart from writing the immortal classic Ramayan, Sage Valmiki is one of the greatest saints of the ancient world who through his life and teachings prompted people to think and react against social inequalities. Related Ramayana Written by Hanuman

Jyeshta Nakshatra Colour – Which is the Lucky Color of Jyeshta Nakshatra?

Jyeshta Nakshatra is the 17th among the 27 Nakshatras in Hindu Astrology. The lucky colors for people born in the Nakshatra Jyeshta are Red and Orange . As per Hindu astrology a particular type of color is dedicated to a certain Nakshatra which is lucky for the birth star. Jyeshta Nakshatra is housed in Vrischika Rashi or Scorpio Zodiac. Wearing Red or Orange color or shades of red or orange color dress for interviews and other competitions are lucky for those people born in this Nakshatra. The colors to be completely avoided are Black and Deep Yellow.