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Aishwarya Prapti Mantra - Prosperity In Life

Aishwarya means auspiciousness, prosperity and wealth. Aishwarya prapti mantra is chanted for achieving prosperity in life. Aishwarya Prapti Mantra ॐ राजराजेश्वर्यै नमः॥ Om Rajarajeshwaraya Namah How to Chant the Aishwarya Prapti Mantra? The most auspicious day to chant the mantra is Friday (Shukrawar) The mantra should be chanted early morning hours during sunrise. Wake up early clean the house and purify oneself. Wear yellow color clothes. Take a kalash fill it with water and put a gold ornament, silver ornament and few coins in it. Close the kalash with a coconut and mango. Keep this on a yellow color cloth on the northeast corner of the house. Light a lamp using cow ghee. Chant the mantra 108 times. To keep count you can use a chandan mala. Meditate for some time. On the day offer yellow color bananas to a cow. Throw the water in the kalash under a peepal tree.

Kannambra Vela – Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy Kavu Festival In Palakkad - Rishinaradamangalam Vela

Kannambra Vela is organized at the Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy Kavu at Puthucode in Palakkad district. Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy Kavu festival is organized on Edavam 10 or 11. The festival begins on Vishu and ends on the 41st day. The most important day is the last day of the festival. Kannambra Vela is one of the biggest festivals in the region and is also known as Kannambra - Rishinaradamangalam Vela. The festival is considered as the culmination of the summer festivals in Palakkad region. Two villages in the region compete with each other in the festival – Kannambra Desam and Rishinarada Mangalam Desam compete. Both the villages stage processions toward the temple and is accompanied by more than half a dozen elephants. The procession is accompanied by traditional kerala music like panchari melam, nadaswaram, pandimelam, panchavadyam, and desa vadyam. The thidambu of Goddess is taken by the most important elephant who occupies the central position. Another highlight of the Vela festiva

Kannankulangara Sree Krishna Temple About - Deities - Festival

Kannankulangara Sree Krishna temple is located at north Paravur in Kerala. The 10-day annual festival in the temple is observed in such a manner that the festival ends with arattu on Thiruvonam nakshatra day in Makram month. The main deity in the temple is Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The sreekovil here is round in shape. The temple has a flag post covered in gold. The festival is especially famous for kazhcha sreebali in which five or more caparisoned elephants take part. The day also witness panchari melam, nadaswaram, pandimelam, and panchavadyam. On the final day there is the Arattu Sadhya, kodiyerakal and Arattu purappadu. Earlier two unnibommas used to be brought in procession to the temple on the third day of the festival. The upa devathas worshipped in the temple are Ganapathy, Nagas and Brahmarakshas.

Kannanoor Bhagavathy Temple History - Festival

Kannanoor Bhagavathy temple is located on the Pattambi – Thrithala road in Palakkad District. The annual festival is observed from Makayiram nakshatra to Uthiram nakshatra in Meenam month. The kodiyettam takes place on Makayiram nakshatra and arattu on uthiram nakshatra. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. This is one among the 108 Durga temples in Kerala and is referred to as Pakannur in the Durgalaya nama stotram. The Durga in the temple has a smiling face. The main deity faces east. The upa devatas are Kannan in the north side, Jyeshta bhagavati in the south side, Oorakathamma in the middle, Ganapathy, Ayyappan and Bhadrakali. Bhagavan Sri Krishna is popularly known as Kannan and he also has Dhanvantari Bhavam. Oorakathamma murti worshipped here was brought by 32 families from another region. She was installed in the shrine by them.

Timeless Wisdom Of Swami Chinmayananda - Great Lessons For Life

A collection of great life lessons - the timeless wisdom of - Swami Chinmayananda Daily prayer and meditation are all wonderful therapeutic agencies in building up peace and happiness within an individual. A mind held at concentration brings into view the deeper thoughts that were till then hidden from it due to its own fluctuations. The joyous expansion of mind experienced in prayer, and the hushed silence and restful inner dynamism experienced in meditation are the sculptors that fashion our character and conduct. Great ideas are conceived only by alert minds held steady in meditative pose, in unbroken concentration and dynamic vigil. We are bound by wrong thinking. Clinging to bondages hinder us from progressing. You are looking for water in the desert. Poor desert! It does not have water to give you. If it had, it would surely give. All it has is a mirage. It is not the desert’s fault. You are looking for water where it does not exist. You want happi