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Amrit Siddhi Yog in January 2017 date and time – Amrit Siddhi Yoga January 2017

Amrit Siddhi Yoga is an auspicious period as per Hindu panchang and calendar, especially those followed in North India. In January 2017, Amrut Siddhi Yog time and is - January 6, 2017. Amrit Siddhi Yog occurs three or four times in a month. Amrit Siddhi Yoga is considered auspicious for all important ceremonies like house warming, opening of shops, booking of cars etc.

Amrit Siddhi Yog January 2017 date and time

From sunrise to 12:51 PM on January 6, 2017.

Aluva Shiva Temple Timings – Opening Closing and Pooja Time at Aluva Shiva Temple

Aluva Shiva Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is located at Aluva in Kerala. The daily opening and closing time is given in detail below. Please note that the temple timings will change during festivals and important rituals. The puja and darshan time will be affected during Grahan or eclipse.

Aluva Shiva Temple Timings The main Shivling is accessible during all time of the day as it is located on the banks of Periyar Riveri in the open – Aluva Manal Puram
There is only one pooja daily.
From Makaram 1 to Medam 1 only athazha pooja is performed and on other days only nivedyam is offered.
The main ritual here is performed during Shivratri and Karkidaka Vavu bali.
During monsoon the pujas are held a shrine on the banks of the Periyar River.

Sri Govind Swami Maharaj Upalekar Jayanti at Phaltan

Sri Govind Swami Maharaj Upalekar Jayanti is annually observed in Magh month. The day is of importance at Phaltan in Maharashtra. It is the birth anniversary of Sri Govind Swami Maharaj Upalekar a great saint and philosopher who spread the teachings of love and humanity. Sri Govind Swami Maharaj Upalekar Jayanti 2018 date is January 19.

The followers of the saint conduct various programs on the day like satsang, prayer meeting etc.
Sri Govind Swami Maharaj Upalekar Jayanti is Magh Shukla Paksha Dwitiya tithi or the second day during the waxing phase of moon in Magh month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra.

Sangameshwar Yatra at Haripur in Sangli District – Maharashtra

Sangameshwar Yatra is annually held in Magh month. This annual jatra and fair is held at the Sangameshwar Shiva Temple at Haripur in Sangli District – Maharashtra. It attracts scores of devotees. Sangameshwar Yatra 2018 date at Haripur is January 18.

The shrine is located on the banks of Krishna and Warna rivers.

The day is of importance to the villagers. People from nearby towns and villages arrive to participate in this annual fair and festival.
Sangameshwar Yatra is annually held on Magh Shukla Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during the waxing phase of moon in Magh month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra.

Kankavali Yatra in Maharashtra

Kankavali is located in Sindhudurg District in Maharashtra. Kankavali Yatra is annually held in Magh Month. Hundreds of people participate in this annual jatra. Kankavali Yatra 2018 date is January 18.

The day is of importance to the villagers. People from nearby towns and villages arrive to participate in this annual fair and festival.
Kankavali Yatra is annually held on Magh Shukla Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during the waxing phase of moon in Magh month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra.

Krishnamai Utsav at Wai in Maharashtra – Krishnamai Festival

Krishnamai Festival is annually observed in Magh month. The annual utsav attracts hundreds of devotees to Wai in Maharashtra. Krishnamai Utsav 2018 date January 18.

Krishnamai Utsav was started by Chhathrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It is dedicated to Krishna River. Murti of Krishnamai is anointed during the occasion. The shrine is decorated with flowers, lamps and lights.
Krishnamai Festival is annually observed on Magh Shukla Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during the waxing phase of moon in Magh month as per traditional Hindu lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra.

Lakoor Kochumala Bhagavathy Temple Prathishta and annual festival

Lakoor Kochumala Bhagavathy Temple in Pathanamthita district and is around 6 km from Pathanamthitta town. The annual prathishta festival is observed in Makaram month. Hundreds of people participate in the various ritual on the day. Lakoor Kochumala Bhagavathy Temple Prathishta festival 2016 date is February 9. The annual festival begins on February 10.

For the annual Prathishta anniversary, the shrine is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The murti is freshly anointed and pujas are performed on the day.

Thuruthu Veerabhadrakali Temple Avittam Festival at Bhadrakalipuram

Thuruthu Veerabhadrakali Temple Avittam Darshanam is observed in Makaram month. The annual ritual and festival is observed at Thuruthu Veerabhadrakali Temple at Bhadrakalipuram near Aluva in Kerala. Thuruthu Veerabhadrakali Temple Avittam Festival 2016 date is February 9.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.
Hundreds of devotees arrive to witness various rituals.

Pantheerayiram at Thiruvalla Sri Vallabha Temple

Sri Vallabha Temple is a very popular temple in Kerala and is located near Thiruvalla in Kerala. Pantheerayiram is a unique ritual performed in Kerala Temples. The chief priest breaks 12,000 coconuts continuously in one sitting in the Pantheerayiram ritual. Thiruvalla Sri Vallabha Temple Pantheerayiram 2016 date is February 9.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
Thousands of devotees arrive to witness the ritual.

Ezhumattoor Elam Mahadeva Temple Festival

Ezhumattoor Elam Mahadeva Temple is located in Pathanamthita district in Kerala. The temple is located around 13 km from Ranni. The annual festival is observed in Malayalam Makaram month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Kerala. The festival is noted for unique rituals and festivities and attracts scores of devotees. Thiruvankulam Mahadeva Temple Festival 2016 date is February 9 to February 18. The festival ends with Arattu.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.

Traditional performing arts, music and dance are staged during the period.

Caparisoned elephants, melam, fireworks and sheevali are part of the festival.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The festival ends with Arattu. The utsava murti of the deity is taken out of the shrine for ritual bathing on the final day. Caparisoned elephants and melam are part of the ritual.

Inavolu Mallanna Jathara – Annual Festival and Fair at Inavolu Temple

Inavolu Mallanna Jathara is the annual festival held at Inavolu Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple in Telangana. The fair and festival at this ancient Shiva temple lasts for 3 months. In 2018, the Inavolu Mallanna Jathara begins on January 14 and concludes on April 8. The most important dates are January 14 and January 15, 2018.
The Jathara mainly celebrates the celestial wedding of the presiding deity Mallikarjuna Swamy with his consorts Golla Kethamma and Balija Medalamma.
Carrying Bonam on the first day of the festival is considered highly meritorious. People fulfill numerous vows during the period.
Bandari (turmeric) is the main offering to the deity. Devotees also offer earthen pots with newly harvested rice cooked with milk and jaggery.
Thousands of people from villages across the region and far off places participate in the annual jatara. During the festival several men and women could be seen dancing in trance chanting weird incantations as if a deity has possessed them. Men dress up …

Thalayam Trippekudam Mahadeva Temple Festival

Thalayam Trippekudam Mahadeva Temple festival is observed in Malayalam makaram month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Kerala. The festival is noted for unique rituals and festivities and attracts scores of devotees. Thiruvankulam Mahadeva Temple Festival 2016 date is February 9 to February 18. The festival ends with Arattu.

Various unique offerings are made at the shrine during the period.

Traditional performing arts, music and dance are staged during the period.

Caparisoned elephants, melam, fireworks and sheevali are part of the festival.

The temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, leaves, traditional lamps and lights.
The festival ends with Arattu. The utsava murti of the deity is taken out of the shrine for ritual bathing on the final day. Caparisoned elephants and melam are part of the ritual.

Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga January 2017 time and date – Sarvartha Siddha Yoga in January 2017

Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is an auspicious period as per Hindu panchang and calendar, especially those followed in North India. In January 2017, Sarvarta Siddha Yog dates and time are January 5, 6, 9, 12, 18, 21, 23, 27, 28 and January 31. Sarvartha Siddha Yoga occurs three or four times in a month. This particular period in a day is considered auspicious for all important ceremonies like house warming, opening of shops, booking of cars etc.
2:05 PM on January 5 to before sunrise on January 7
8:08 AM on January 9 to before sunrise on January 10
sunrise on January 12 to before sunrise on January 13
sunrise on January 18 to before sunrise on January 19
sunrise to 9:09 AM on January 21
sunrise to 2:20 PM on January 23
10:22 PM on January 27 to 11:17 PM on January 28
11:09 PM on January 31 to before sunrise on February 1
Please note that a day is calculated from sunrise to next day before sunrise. So end of night will be during the early hours of next day.

Inspired by a man who do not have the ability to talk

Many of us have difficulty in talking in a gathering or public. We have social fear, shyness, what other people will think etc …etc. Then we come across people who do have the ability to talk (speech impairment) but they make all attempts in public to let know their emotions, ideas and thoughts.

Nature has given us the capacity to speak but we do not make use of it wisely due to ego, fear or shyness. To those whom nature denied it, they try all means to communicate.

Therefore, those of us who are unable to express our opinions or communicate in a gathering or public should take inspiration from people with speech impairment.

Inspired by a man who do not have the ability to talk or by 
Source – During a serious problem in a locality, from a building with twenty four flats the only person who was talking and expressing his anguish was the man with speech impairment. Rest all were closeted in their apartments.

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Today’s Hindu Calendar – January 3, 2016 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

Tithi in Hindu Calendar on Sunday, January 3, 2016 (Today) – Krishna Paksha Navami Tithi or the ninth day during the waning phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Navami Tithi or the ninth day during the waning phase of on the entire day on January 3 and till 1:07 AM on January 4. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Navami Tithi or the ninth day during the waning phase of moon. All time based on India Standard Time.
How is January 3, 2016 as per Hindu Panchang? – It is a good and auspicious day.
Nakshatra – Chitra or Chithirai or Chitira Nakshatra the entire day on January 3 and till 1:27 AM on January 4. Then onward it is Swati or Chothi Nakshatram.
Rashi or Moon Sign – Kanya Rashi till 1:07 PM. Then onward it is Tula Rashi.
Festivals, Vrat and Auspicious days –
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