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Malayalam Calendar 2003 Online – Download Kerala Calendar year 2003 in jpeg format

Malayalam Calendar 2003 followed in Kerala is provided by the Deepika Newspaper. The 2003 year Malayalam calendar contains important festivals in Kerala and uses Malayalam language to mention Nakshatram and festival details. This Kerala calendar of 2003 of Deepika is not in pdf format but in jpeg format. But you can save the webpage or image format and use it. You can try this  to use the main calendar link.  (in this select the 2003 calendar for viewing)

Thirupudaimaruthur Temple Pooja Timings – Opening Closing and Darshan Time at Thirupudaimaruthur Temple in Tirunelveli

Thirupudaimaruthur Temple is a huge temple dedicated to Hindu God Shiva in Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu. Below is the Thirupudaimaruthur Temple pooja timings in detail. Please note that there will be changes in the opening and closing time of the temple during important rituals and festival. The darshan time will be extended on special occasions. Thirupudaimaruthur Temple Pooja Timings: Morning - 5:00 AM to 11:30 AM Evening – 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM Detail darshan timings Udaya Marthandam – 7:00 AM to 7:30 AM Vila Pooja – 7:30 AM to 8:00 AM Kalasanthi Pooja – 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM Uchikala Pooja – 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM Sayaratchai Pooja – 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Arthajama Pooja – 8:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Bhima and the Story of Avial – Origin of Vegetable Dish Aviyal

Avial is a vegetable dish that is prepared in South India and it contains all important vegetables. The origin of Aviyal is traced to Bhima, the second of the Pandava brothers. In the Mahabharata it is stated that the Kauravas led by Duryodhana and Dushansana one day poisoned Bhima. They then tied him and threw him into a river. Kauravas thought he had been drowned and informed people that they saw Bhima drowning in the river. Pandavas too believed the Kauravas and they mourned the death of Bhima. On the fifteenth day, a funeral feast was organized. Vegetables were cut for the feast and suddenly Bhima emerged from the river. Bhima who is always hungry was happy to see a feast being prepared. Pandavas and other people were so happy to see Bhima alive and cancelled the funeral feast. This decision made Bhima unhappy. Bhima said that one should not waste vegetables and spices and offered to cook a meal with it. He mixed all the vegetables and added some spices and l

Pancha Brahma In Hinduism – Concept Of Pancha Brahman

Pancha Brahma is a concept in Hindu tradition and it mentions that Brahman or Supreme Truth took form in five stages. Information about this concept is found in the Krishna Yajur Veda. It is narrated in the Pancha Brahma Upanishad, which is part of the Krishna Yajur Veda. The five forms are Sadyojata, Aghora, Vamadeva, Tatpurusha and Ishana. Sadyojata – is associated with Earth and Sun Goddess Lakshmi and Brahma OM Rig Veda Household fire Mantras Yellow color Seven notes This form provides all that is wished for. Aghora is associated with Water and moon Goddess Parvati Yajur Veda Fire of south Fifty letters Blue color This form destroys all evil Vamadeva is associated with Fire Sama Veda White color Yajna of fire It provides knowledge and destroys sin Tatpurusha is associated with All functions of Brahman or Supreme Truth Air Atharva Veda Red color It is the basis of all strengths Ishana This form encompasses all the other

Story of Ganga Lahiri – A Poem by Jagannatha – Mother Ganga Who Embraces Lovers

Ganga Lahiri, dedicated to Ganga River, is a poem composed by Jagannatha, a poet at the court of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan during the 17 th century. Jagannatha, a Brahmin, fell in love with a Muslim woman. Here is the story of the composition of Ganga Lahiri. The poet and his lover were banished by their communities. They were forced to flee. Wherever they went, they were ostracised. After wandering for several years, they reached Kashi (Varanasi). Here too they were unwelcome. The couple sat atop the 52 steps of the Panchaganga Ghat on the banks of Ganga River in Varnasi. Here Jagannatha composed the 52 verses of Ganga Lahiri. It extols Ganga River as mother, comforter and the last refuge of all who are rejected and are helpless. Legend has it that Ganga River ascended step by step as each verse was composed. When 52 verses were completed, Mother Ganga embraced the poet and his beloved and carried them away. A few verses from Ganga Lahiri Translated by Diana

Matching Stars for Poosam Nakshatra Born Boy – Matching Star for Poosam Nakshatra Male

Matching stars for Poosam Nakshatra born boy as per Tamil Nadu/Tamil jyothisham is given below. It must be noted that the matching star is for male born in Poosam Nakshatram only. It is not for female born in the star. Matching Star for Poosam Nakshatra Male are: Ashwini, Punarpoosam, Aslesha, Magha, Uttara Phalguni, Hastam, Swathii, Vishaka, Anusham, Sravishta, Uttara Shada ¾ and Sravana.

Athalanallur Temple Contact Address and Phone Number

Athalanallur Temple near Ambasamudram is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple is popularly known as Gajendra Varadan Temple or Sri Bhoomi Nila Samedha Aadhimoola Perumal Temple. Contact details of the temple with contact address and phone number is given below. Arulmigu Gajendravaradaswamy Temple Athalanallur Village near Veeravanallur Near Ambasamudram Athalanallur - 642954 Tirunelveli District. Phone number: + 91- 4634 - 287195 Executive Officer: 99411 28535

Kela Devi Temple Navratri Mela in Rajasthan - Mandir Shri Kela Devi Ji

Kela Devi Temple , near Bharatpur in Karauli District in Rajasthan, is dedicated to Shri Kela Devi, an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The temple attracts nearly 500,000 people during the Chaitra and Ashwin Navratri. Kela Devi Temple 2023 Navratri mela and festival is from October 15 to October 24.  Kela Devi Temple Chaitra Navratri is from March 22 to March 30, 2023. Kela Devi Temple is 25 km south of Karauli and is 35 km from Bharatpur Railway Station. The temple belongs to the 17th century and there are two murtis of Shri Kela Devi Ji in the mandir. A unique feature of the stone murti is that it is slightly reclined as the neck of the Goddess is in bending posture. A mela is held during the Navratri. Thousands of people arrive from different parts of India to participate in the fair and festival.