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Har Navami

Har Navami is observed during the Shukla Paksha or waxing phase of moon in the month of Ashada or Har (June – July). Har Navami 2018 date is July 21. It is believed that Mata Sharika appeared on the earth on the day. The day is observed as the birthday or Jayanti of Goddess Sharika. The ritual and festival is great significance in Jammu and Kashmir.

The most famous temple dedicated to Goddess Sharika is located at Hari Parbat in Jammu and Kashmir. The fourth month in a traditional Hindu calendar is Ashada and this is also known as Har.

Mata Sharika is also worshipped as Maha Tripurasundari. She is also known as Chakrishwar as she is worshipped in the form of Sri Chakra at Hari Parbat.

The day is observed as Bhadali Navami in some regions in North India.

Sant Sundarai Sawargaon Utsav at Lasalgaon near Niphad in Nashik District

Sant Sundarai Sawargaon Utsav is annually observed in Ashada month. The fair and festival attracts thousands of people to Sawargaon near Lasalgaon in Niphad in Nashik District. Sant Sundarai Sawargaon Utsav 2018 date is July 18.
The fair is associated with Sant Sundarai.
Sant Sundarai Sawargaon Utsav is annually observed on Ashada Shukla Paksha Sashti Tithi or the sixth day during the waxing phase of moon in Ashada month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra in India.

Ajaatha Nagalinga Swami Punyatithi – Death Anniversary of Swami Ajata Nagalinga Swami

Ajaatha Nagalinga Swami Punyatithi is annually observed in Ashada month. It is the death anniversary of Ajaatha Nagalinga Swami, who is believed to be an incarnation of Jaganmata. The day is of great importance at Navalagund near Dharwad in Karnataka. Ajaatha Nagalinga Swami Punyatithi 2018 date is July 17.



Ajaatha Nagalinga Swami performed numerous miracles during his life. He travelled across India and spread the teaching of love and peace.
His Samadhi is located at Shri Math situated at Navalagund near Dharwad.
The mutt attracts thousands of devotees.
Special spiritual programs, charity, satsang and religious discourse are held on the the punyatithi day.
Ajaatha Nagalinga Swami Punyatithi falls on Ashada Shukla Paksha Panchami Tithi or the fifth day during the waxing phase of moon in Ashada month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Karnataka in India.

Shiva Sayana Vrat and Chaturdasi

Shiva Sayana Vrata, or Shiva Sayana Chaturdasi, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is observed on the 14th day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in Ashada Month. In 2018, Shiva Sayana Chaturdashi and Vrata begins on July 26. Some Hindu communities believe that Lord Shiva goes into yoganidra (sleep) during the Chaturmas period, the four holy months in Hinduism, on Shiva Sayana Chaturdasi day.

The Shravan month begins two days after Shiva Sayana Chaturdasi and this is one of the most auspicious periods to perform rituals and pujas dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Shiva Sayana Chaturdashi is quite similar to the Vishnu Sayana, which takes place during the same corresponding period. The belief is that Lord Vishu goes to deep slumber on the Ksheer Sagara during the four months of Chaturmasa.

Shakambari festival 2018 at Vijayawada Kanaka Durga Temple

The annual Shakambari Festival held at the world famous VijayawadaKanakaDurgaTemple in Ashada month will begin on July 25, 2018. During the three-day annual festival, Goddess Durga takes the form of Mother Shakambari - she is adorned with green leaves and vegetables. In 2018, the Shakambari festival is from July 25 to July 27.

It is observed from Ashada Shukla Paksha Trayodasi to Purnima.

Goddess Shakambari Devi is an incarnation of Goddess Shakti and is worshipped in many parts of India. It is believed that she feeds those who are hungry with vegetarian food. She is Mother Earth who suffices hunger. Shakambari Ma is known as ‘the bearer of the greens’ – Shaka means vegetables and Amabari means who bears. Goddess Shakambari is mentioned in the Devi Mahatmya.

The annual festival in Ashada month is celebrated to propitiate the Goddess for abundant rains, good harvest and for the plentiful yield of vegetables.

Rituals like ‘Chandi Homam’ and ‘Veda Pathanam’ (Recitation of vedas) are ob…

Thriketta Nakshatra Male Characteristics – Thriketta Birth Star Born Male Character

One of the most important characteristics of Thriketta Nakshatra born Male is that they will be always hard working. Another important character of the birth star is that they will be keen in upholding truth and values. Other Thriketta Nakshatra Male Characteristics are given below:
Will always try to keep their mind calm and happy Will have lot of relatives and friends. Will have a good health. Will become leaders. Will make friends and get things done through sweet talk. Will have good intelligence. Will like to be independent. Will be interested in sex related matters. Will be interested in luxury. Might turn back after reach success point.

Truth brings simplicity – Dadi Janki

Truth brings simplicity.
When we understand the power of truth, life becomes simple. Falsehood only leads to artificiality and complications. If we have the power of truth within us and live with it, then we will never want to show off, nor become dependent on the compliment of others. Then life becomes easy.
If I ever find myself having negative thoughts because of my expectations of others, I should ask myself what I expect from them that I do not have within myself. The more I learn the art of connecting to my own innate truth, the easier it will to keep my life free from complications.
Dadi Janki