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Malayalam Calendar 2005 Online – Download Kerala Calendar year 2005 in jpeg format

Malayalam Calendar 2005 followed in Kerala is provided by the Deepika Newspaper. The 2005 year Malayalam calendar contains important festivals in Kerala and uses Malayalam language to mention Nakshatram and festival details. This Kerala calendar of 2005 of Deepika is not in pdf format but in jpeg and gif format. But you can save the webpage or image format and use it. January 2005 Malayalam Calendar February 2005 Malayalam Calendar March 2005 Malayalam Calendar April 2005 Malayalam Calendar May 2005 Malayalam Calendar June 2005 Malayalam Calendar July 2005 Malayalam Calendar August 2005 Malayalam Calendar September 2005 Malayalam Calendar   October 2005 Malayalam Calendar November 2005 Malayalam Calendar December 2005 Malayalam Calendar You can also  try this to use the main calendar link . (in this select the 2005 calendar for viewing) Malayalam calendar is a solar calendar and is entirely different from calendar

Malayalam Calendar 2004 Online – Download Kerala Calendar year 2004 in jpeg format

Malayalam Calendar 2004 followed in Kerala is provided by the Deepika Newspaper. The 2004 year Malayalam calendar contains important festivals in Kerala and uses Malayalam language to mention Nakshatram and festival details. This Kerala calendar of 2004 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 also  try this to use the main calendar link . (in this select the 2004 calendar for viewing) January 2004 Malayalam Calendar February 2004 Malayalam Calendar March 2004 Malayalam Calendar April 2004 Malayalam Calendar May 2004 Malayalam Calendar June 2004 Malayalam Calendar July 2004 Malayalam Calendar August 2004 Malayalam Calendar September 2004 Malayalam Calendar October 2004 Malayalam Calendar November 2004 Malayalam Calendar December 2004 Malayalam Calendar Kerala Malayalam Calendar is solar calendar and the New Year is observed on A

Kakotishwar Mahadev in Ujjain – Story of Kakotishwar Form of Shiva – 10th Shiva Temple in Ujjain

Kakotishwar Mahadev is worshiped in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the 84 forms of Shiva worshiped in Ujjain. Those offering prayers to Kakotishwar will be cured of all forms of poisoning including those of reptiles. The temple dedicated to Kakotishwar Mahadev is located at Harsiddhi Temple Complex in Ujjain. This form of Shiva is associated with naga Karkodaka. Kakotishwar Mahadev is counted among the 84 Shiva Temples in Ujjain and it is the 10th temple visited during the parikrama of Shivalayas here. Story of Kakotishwar Mahadev form of Shiva in Ujjain Legend has it that once Goddess Uma cursed the nagas that they will perish at the yajna of Janmajeya. Some Nagas led by Karkotaka approached Brahma who advised them to go to Mahakaal Vana and offer prayers to Lord Shiva. Here, the nagas made a Shivling and offered prayers. Pleased with their devotion, Shiva gave the boon to Karkotaka that those nagas that followed Dharma would be rescued. As Karkotaka

Khandoba Yatra at Pal in Maharashtra – Khandoba Festival at Pali near Satara

Khandoba Yatra is annually organized in Paush month at Pal or Pali near Satara in Maharashtra . The yatra or festival celebrates the marriage of Khandoba (incarnation of Shiva) with Goddess Mhalsa. Khandoba Yatra 2023 date is January 4. The marriage ceremony attracts thousands of devotees to Pali. The murti of Khandoba and Goddess Mhalsa are carried from the temple to a common area for the ceremony. The procession is led by a person sitting atop an elephant belonging to an important family in the region. The procession starts from a Wada (Old Marathi building) and goes to the Khandoba Temple . Here the procession receives the murtis of Khandoba and Goddess Mhalsa. Later the marriage is held at an appointed spot called Bahula. Khandoba Yatra at Pal is annually observed on Paush Shukla Paksha Trayodashi Tithi or the thirteenth day during the waxing phase of moon in Paush month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra . Khandoba Temple at Pali

Chhoti Patan Devi Temple in Patna, Bihar

Chhoti Patan Devi Temple at Patna in Bihar is an ancient shrine and is dedicated to Goddess Kali, Lakshmi and Saraswati. The temple is located east of Patna Railway Junction. The popular belief is that a part of the right thigh of Goddess Sati fell here (Badi Patan Devi Temple here claims it is the spot where the thigh fell). Hence, the Chhoti Patan Devi Temple is also regarded as a Shaktipeetah. Choti Patna Devi temple is to the south-east of the famous Sikh temple of Harmandir, which is the site of the birthplace of Guru Govind Singh. Apart from the murtis of Goddesses, there are murtis of Ganesha, Hanuman, Shivling, Goddess Durga and of several other gods and goddesses in Hindu pantheon. It is claimed by some that the pat or clothes of Sati, wife of Shiva, fell from the sky at this place. In the northern compound of this temple there is a big image of the Sun-god, though broken into two parts. People suffering from chicken pox and small pox arrive at the shrine