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Temples In Uttar Pradesh Visited Even today By Ashwathama of Mahabharata

Several temples in Uttar Pradesh narrate tales of the spotting of Ashwathama of Mahabharata . Famous among them are a Kali Temple in Etawah, Baba Liloti Nath Mandir in Lakhimpur Kheri and Khereshwar Mandir near Kanpur. Ashwathama, the son of Drona and a great warrior in the Mahabharata, is one among the seven  Chiranjeevis  (without death) mentioned in the Puranas – as a result of curse by Sri Krishna he still alive and roams on earth with a body full of oozing warts. If he is alive, then he will be more than 5000 years old. Ashwathama at Kali Temple in Etawah It is believed that he visits a Kali Temple near Etawah in Uttar Pradesh daily to offer prayers. Located on the banks of Yamuna River, this Goddess Kali temple is around 5 km from Etawah. The people of the region believe that Ashwathama arrives here in an invisible form and offers first worship daily. The Shivling is always offered water before opening of the usual temple by some unknown force. Mother Goddess K

Time To Take Bath As Per Hindu Religion Beliefs

The ideal time to take bath as per Hindu scriptures is during the morning hours – especially before sunrise. One should not take bath after taking food. As per Hindu scriptures, one should first pour water on the head and then on the body. It is said that pouring water on the head and then on the body helps in removing heat present in the body through the legs. Taking bath before sunrise is considered ideal. Mixing water with black sesame (til) and taking bath with it helps in alleviating bad luck. Taking bath in the early morning hours helps in keeping away bad luck, alakshmi and other evils. Taking bath in room temperature water removes tiredness and tension. It helps in getting a pleasant mood. Chanting mantras while taking bath is meritorious. Different types Snan mentioned in Hindu Scriptures Brahma Snan – Taking bath between 4:00 AM and 5:00 AM in the morning is referred as Brahma Snan. One should chant mantra like ‘om namah shivaya’ or ‘om namo narayana’

Watch Thrissur Pooram 2022 Live Online on May 10

There is no news about any official website on the internet providing live webcasting of Thrissur Pooram 2022. But most of television channels in Kerala will be telecasting live the Thrissur Pooram on May 10, 2022. So the best option is to look for the live streaming of television channels. Referred as the Mother of all Poorams, Thrissur Pooram is annually observed in the Malayalam month of Medam (April – May). Poorams are festivals held in Hindu temples in Kerala and the highlights being caparisoned elephants and Panchavadyam – a classical performance of five musical instruments (know more about Thrissur Pooram in this article ). You can watch pooram live here on the Youtube Channel Television Channels Which might Show Pooram Live Online You can watch  Asianet News live here . This channel usually shows Thrissur Pooram live. Another good option is to watch Mathrubhumi News Live it also telecasts the live proceeding of Pooram. Another good option is Janam TV .