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Telugu Marriage Dates in 2018 – Hindu Telugu Wedding Dates in Telganana and Andhra Pradesh in 2018 as Per Telugu Calendar

Telugu Marriage Dates based on Telugu Panchang and Calendar 2018 is given below. Please note that these are wedding dates for 2018 in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and are not applicable in other parts in India. This is because the calendar followed here is Amavasyath and is different from other regions in India. A month here begins the day after no moon or Amavasya day. Telugu Marriage Dates in 2018 No marriage dates in January 2018 due to Shukra Astha February 2018 – February 9, February 19, February 20, February 21 and February 24 March 2018 – March 4, March 5, March 6 and March 8 April 2018 - April 19, April 20, April 24, April 25, April 27, April 28, April 29 and April 30 May 2018 – May 1, May 4, May 6, May 11, May 12, June 2018 – June 18, June 21, June 23, June 25, June 27 and June 28 July 2018 – July 5, July 10, and July 11. August 2018 – no marriage dates September 2018 – no marriage dates October 2018 – no marriage dates November 2018 – no marriage d

Agastheswar Mahadev in Ujjain – Story of Agastheswar Form of Shiva – 1st Shiva Temple in Ujjain

Agastheswar Mahadev is worshiped in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the 84 forms of Shiva worshiped in Ujjain. Those offering prayers to Agastheswar Mahadev will get sin redemption. They will also have their desires fulfilled. The temple dedicated to Agastheswar Mahadev is located on the premises of old Santoshi Mata mandir behind Harsiddhi temple complex in Ujjain. This form of Shiva is associated with Sage Agasthya Agastheswar Mahadev is counted among the 84 Shiva Temples in Ujjain and it is the 1st temple visited during the parikrama of Shivalayas here. Story of Agastheswar Mahadev form of Shiva in Ujjain Legend has it that once demons threw Devas (demigods) out of heaven. Devas were roaming on earth and here they met Sage Agastya. When the Sage heard about the plight of Devas he became extremely furious. A huge fireball appeared due to the anger of Sage Agastya and it started burning down the demons in heaven. The fire also hurt several other living being

Bhratri Dwitiya 2023

Bhratri Dwitiya 2023 date as per Hindu calendar and Panchang. Bhratri Dwitiya is an important Hindu festival in which sisters display their love for their brothers. Bhratri Dwitiya is observed after Holi. The name of the festival ‘dwitiya’, denotes that the festival falls on second day after full moon. ‘Bhratri’ means brother. In 2023, the date of Bhratri Dwitiya after Holi is on March 9. Both married and unmarried women participate in Bhratri Dwitiya. The most important event on the day is the application of teeka or tilak (Vermilion Dot) on brother’s forehead by the sister. She then performs an arati. Usually, the sister visits the brother to do the Bhratri dwitiya puja. The Bhratri dwitiya puja thali consists of coconut, batashas, mithai (sweets), fruits, seven paans, roli and a little rice. The sister lights the Puja lamp and does a small puja. She then applies tika on the forehead of the brother and gives him sweet, other eatables and a piece of coconut. In some regi

Google Holi Doodle 2017 – Google joins in Holi Festival - Pictures of All Google Holi Doodles

Google search logo today sports the  Holi festival  observed in India . The Google Holi doodle 2017 is only visible in the google.co.in site. Google Holi Doodle 2015 Last year too there was Google Holi Doodle – Google Holi Doodle 2014

Panguni Month 2023 – Tamil Panguni Masam 2023 in Traditional Calendar in Tamil Nadu

Panguni month is the 12th month in a traditional calendar followed in Tamil Nadu. Panguni Month in 2023 begins on March 14 and ends on April 13, 2023. Panguni Uthiram is observed in the month. The first day of the month is also associated with the Karadaiyan Nombu - the vrat ends at the beginning of the Panguni Month. Pillayar Sankatahara Chaturthi is on April 9. Karadaiyan Nombu fast breaking time is on March 14 Panguni Pournami and Amavasya Panguni Amavasai is on March 21 Pournami, or full moon day, in Panguni month is on April 6 Ekadashi Fasting - March 18 and April 1 Shiva Pradosham - March 19 and April 3 Murugan Sashti Fasting - March 27 Festival and Auspicious dates in Panguni Month 2023 Panguni Uthiram – April 5 The next month in Tamil Calendar is the Chithirai Masam and is the first month in a traditional Tamil Calendar.