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Vemana – Life Story – Basic Teachings

Saint-poet Vemana, or Vemanna, enriched Telugu literature with his poems which are loaded with morals, aphorisms, maxims, dicta, satires, adages and precepts expressed in simple, chaste, and crisp language embellished with similes and metaphors. It is believed that Vemana lived during the 17 th century. There is no opinion regarding birth year of the poet. He hailed from Kadapa or Kurnool districts of Andhra Pradesh. Vemana Life Story Vemana belonged to a poor agricultural family; he lost his mother in childhood and was brought up by his stepmother who treated him harshly. He did not have any formal education. He led a wayward life initially but was expected to improve after marriage. But his experience both as a farmer and as the head of a family made him bitter and he left his family and wandered from place to place. Vemana was not a great scholar but he knew stories from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. He knew the language of common people and their problems. About 3000 ve

Namkulam Sastha Temple Avinissery – Karippukavu Bhagavathi Temple

Namkulam Sastha Temple is located Avinissery on the Poochinnipadam – Ollur road in Thrissur district, Kerala. There are three temples in the compound – Karippukavu Bhagavathi, Namkulam Sastha and Avinissery Vishnu. Pooja is only offered to Avinissery Vishnu. Naivedyam is offered to Bhagavathi and Sastha. There is a saying that property is of Bhagavathi but it is enjoyed by Vishnu and the fame rests on Namkulam Sastha. (Swathu Bhagavathikku, Anubhavam Vishnuvinu and Prashasti for Sastha). Namkulam Sastha takes part in the Arattupuzha Pooram. Vishnu faces west. Bhagavathi and Sastha face east. The main festival in the temple is observed on the Thrikarthika day in Vrischikam month. Irattakudam Pongala is held on the Thrikarthika day in the temple.

Karingachira Bhagavati Temple Near Mala In Thrissur

Karingachira Bhagavati temple is located at Puthenchira near Mala on the Mala – Kodungallur road in Thrissur district, Kerala. The main deity worshipped in the temple is Goddess Durga and the sreekovil faces west. The temple is one among the 108 Durga temples in Kerala. Karingachira Bhagavati Temple History It is said that Marthanda Varma of Travancore conquered the area by defeating a Samoothiri. Marthanda Varma gave the area to Kochi king. For helping him, the then Kochi king gave the Karingachira Bhagavati Temple and Pakarappalli Sastha temple to Travancore.

Thirunelli Temple Bali Timings – Bali Tharpanam At Thirunelli Temple In Wayanad Kerala

Thirunelli Temple, dedicated to Bhagwan Vishnu, in Wayanad in Kerala is famous for Bali Tharpanam (Shradham and Pinda Dhanam). Bali Tharpanam is performed every day at Thirunelli Temple. Thirunelli temple bali timings is previous day evening of the ritual and from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM on the day of the ritual.  The fee is to be paid in the name of the performer and not in the name of the deceased. People wishing to perform the evening ritual which is part of Bali Tharpanam should reach the temple by previous day evening before deeparadhana pooja.  Nowadays people can reach the temple before 11:00 AM and perform the ritual if they do not wish to do the evening ritual. The person wishing to perform the Bali Tharpanam along with evening ritual should reach the temple on the previous day itself. This is to conveniently pay the fee at the Temple devaswom counter and get the receipt and also perform the evening rituals.  Those performing only the main day ritual can do it from 6:00 AM to 11

Kannattu Kavukal In Kerala

Kannattu Kavukal are the worship places of Eruvans who are a clan that is part Maniyani community in Kerala. Maniyani community is the Yadava community of Kerala and lives mostly in northern districts of Kerala. Kannangattu Bhagavathi is the tutelary deity of Maniyanis. The sacred groves or kavukal are the abode of Kannangattu bhagavathi and other deities associated with the Goddess. It is believed that the first abode of Kannangattu Bhagavathi is Vayathur. Some of the prominent Kannattu Kavukal in Kerala are located in Kotti, Karalikkara, Kokkanisseri, Fadanad, Kakkol, Kuttur, Peringam Kizhake Alakkad, Alappadamba, Ramanthali, Vellora etc. Some of these sacred groves are spread across more than an acre. The annual festivals in these temples are very famous.  People do not usually venture into Kannattu Kavukal. 

Seeing Dream Of Stars Meaning And Interpretation

Seeing stars in dream is very common for many people. As per Hindu science of dream interpretation, the meaning of dream of stars depends on the events that unfolded on the day. Here is the meaning and interpretation of seeing stars in dream. Seeing lot of stars together is associated with progress and positivity. It is also a warning to shed all kinds of negativity and not to miss out on opportunities. As per swapna shastra seeing stars twinkling or moving among stars is associated with desire fulfillment. Seeing falling stars is a kind of warning for a person to accept reality and to move on. It is also a sign asking you to work hard not to wait for luck to change. Seeing shooting stars or stars moving fast through sky is indication of an upcoming important change in life – it could be relationship or relocation. Some people dream about stars after seeing movies, reading about stars or after stargazing etc. Dreams after such incidents have no value. The dreams have to happe

Vemana Teachings

A collection of teachings of Vemana. The whole world is my house and I am the world. If you are in search of reality or truth, there are not any mantras or Tantras to attain salvation. This whole universe is God, the power is Goddess. Both are staying in your body happily. God is love and peace. If you want to see them go and serve the Jeeva Rasi (human being, beasts creatures and other all pranis). There is no greater service than the service. In this universe everything is personification of God. Man is not happy due to selfishness, self deception and due to indifference to truth. Only that man is a living man who feels the sufferings of his fellow men as his own. And when such a living man meditates upon the meaning of this life and the life hereafter, he becomes a supreme human being. All the articles essential for man’s existences have their source in the earth. All philosophies arise out of the human mind. It is human labour that produces everything. Mean people look

16 February 2021 Tithi - Panchang - Hindu Calendar - Good Time - Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Tuesday, 16 February 2021 – It is Shukla Paksha Panchami tithi or the fifth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Chaturthi tithi or the fourth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 2:45 AM on February 16. It is Shukla Paksha Panchami tithi or the fifth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 4:34 AM on February 17. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on February 16, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Revati nakshatra till 8:08 PM on February 16. Then onward it is Ashwini or Aswathy nakshatra till 10:38 PM on February 17. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Revathi nakshatra till