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Dreaming Of Azrael – Meaning

Dreaming of Azrael is a bad omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. It is associated with death and suffering. The dream is only good if you had led a good life. Then it means arrival of the messengers of God as angels. Dreaming of Azrael chasing you means you will see return of old problems. A secret of yours will be exposed. You might face embarrassing situations. If you see Azrael in dream naturally (that is not after watching, listening or reading etc) then it means you will be facing health issues, relationship trouble and death like situation in near future. Dreaming of Azrael and you are unhappy or wake up crying or scared means you will make enemies soon. It also means your friends or relatives might turn against you. Dream of Azrael talking to you or waking you up or you following Azrael means death in family. It also means accident or natural disasters, bite by animals or reptiles and accident due to fire or metal.

Chalakudy Sreedharamangalam Sree Krishna Temple

Chalakudy Sreedharamangalam Sree Krishna temple is located at Chalakudy in Thrissur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna. This is a very small but beautiful typical Kerala style temple. Ashtami Rohini (Sri Krishna Jayanti in Chingamasam (August - September) is an important festival in the temple). The square sanctum sanctorum or chatura sreekovil has the murti of Bhagavan Sri Krishna. There are no major Upa Devatas. The temple has a kodimaram or flagpost. The annual festival in Chalakudy Sreedhara Mangalam is held in Makaram month. All the rituals and pujas associated with Krishna temples are performed during the festival period. The annual pratishta festival in the temple is held in malayalam Edava masam (May - June).

Ernakulam Valanjambalam Devi Temple Festival

Valanjambalam Devi Temple is located in the heart of Ernakulam city, Kerala. The annual Thalappoli festival is held in Makaram month (January – February). The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi – Durga. The temple is also known as Perumanoor Kavu. During the festival the temple is traditionally decorated with plantain, coconut leaves, flowers, traditional lamps and lights. Ezhunnallathu, or the ceremonial procession of the temple murti atop an elephant, is the most important ritual during the festival. This is accompanied by traditional temple music. Vilakku is an important ritual during the annual festival. Traditional performing arts, dance and music are staged during the festival. The Upa Devatas worshipped in the temple are Shiva and Ganapati. Although located in a crowded part of the city, the temple has maintained its sanctity and traditional look. Rows of lamps are fixed on the walls of chuttambalam. The temple compound also has huge peepal trees.

Karnavedha Dates in 2022 – Ear piercing Auspicious Time and Date in 2022 – Karn Vedh Good dates

Karnavedha Dates (ear piercing of young girls and boys) in 2022 based on Hindu calendars and Panchang in North India. Below given are the good Karnavedha dates in 2022. Hindus strictly follow the Muhurat or auspicious time to perform Karna vedh or ear piercing during auspicious time and astrologically correct days. It is based on Calendars and Panchang 2022 followed in Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Jammu and Kashmir. All dates are based on Indian Standard Time. Karnavedha Dates in North India Calendar in 2022 January 2022 – no dates February 2022 –  February 3 and February 7 March 2022 – no dates April 2022 – no dates May 2022 – May 6 June 2022 – June 2 July 2022 – July 1 and July 8 August 2022 – no dates September 2022 – no dates October 2022 – no dates November 2022 – no dates December 2022 – no dates Ear piercing Dates in Western Parts of India In 2022 D

Elamgulam Sree Dharma Sastha Temple – Festival

Elamgulam Sree Dharma Sastha temple is located at Elamgulam in Kottayam district, Kerala. The annual six-day festival in the temple is held in Makaram month. The festival is famous for the participation of nearly a dozen caparisoned elephants. The annual temple festival is famous for various rituals and pujas. Traditional temple art forms and temple music are given prominence during the festival. Pallivetta is held during the festival. The festival comes to conclusion with the arattu ceremony. The temple is a classic example of Kerala style temple architecture and is complete with kodimaram or flagpost. The subsidiary deities worshiped in the temple are Nagas and Vinayaka. The temple was recently renovated especially the chuttambalam and the roof.

How Indrajith Was Able To Defeat Hanuman In The Ramayana?

The battle between Hanuman and Indrajit is mentioned in the Kishkindha Kand of Ramayana. Did Indrajith Hanuman or did Hanuman feign defeat? Hanuman who was searching for Mata Sita discovers her in Ashokavana in Lanka. After discovering Mata Sita, Hanuman wrecks havoc in Lanka. Rakshasa army is deployed to capture Hanuman but they are all killed. In the battle to capture Hanuman, Ravana’s son Aksha is also killed. Ravana then summons his most powerful son, Indrajith. The unusual strength of Hanuman baffled Ravana and that is the reason why he deputed Indrajit to capture Hanuman. Indrajit rushed to the neighborhood of Ashokavana. Hanuman was eagerly waiting for the arrival of next rakshasa contingent. The battle between Hanuman and Indrajit was thrilling and destructive. Indrajit was frustrated as his arrows had no power on Hanuman. Finally, Indrajit took up the Brahmastra and decided to bind him with it. Hanuman as a respect for Brahma allowed himself to be bound b

Pezhumthuruthu Sreedevi Temple – Festival – Gajamela

Pezhumthuruthu Sreedevi temple is located at on the island of Pezhumthuruthu located between Munroe Island (Munroe thuruthu) and Perumon in Kollam district, Kerala. The shrine is located amidst beautiful locale and is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi. The small temple is a typical example of Kerala style architecture. The square-shaped sanctum sanctorum has the beautiful murti Goddess Sreedevi. The shrine has a kodimaram and kalvilakku in the front. On the side there is a huge peepal tree. The temple compound also has a big palm tree. There are also subsidiary deities worshipped in the temple with separate small shrines. The temple is famous for the Gajamela – caparisoned elephant parade.

Vadanappally Chakkamadathil Pooshari Sri Subrahmanya Swami Temple

Vadanappally Chakkamadathil Pooshari Sri Subrahmanya Swami temple is located at Vadanappally in Thrissur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Muruga or Subrahmanya. The annual festival in the temple coincides with the Thaipoyam festival in Makram month (January – February). The temple is a classic example of Kerala style temple architecture. The shrine has a square sanctum sanctorum or chatura sreekovil with the standing murti of Subrahmanya. Muruga is worshipped along with Valli and Devasena in the temple. The Thaipooyam festival is famous for various types of kavadi including palkavadi. Shoolam kuthu and other Muruga temple rituals are held on the occasion. The annual festival is famous for Kerala temple arts, music and display of traditional art forms like theyyam etc. Sashti day falling during waxing phase of moon or after Amavasya is of great importance in the temple. Skanda Sashti in Thula month (October – November) is an important day for the temple.  

Nagercoil Famous Temple Facts – Nagercoil Nagaraja Temple

Nagercoil Nagaraja temple is a famous snake temple located at Nagercoil in Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu. The temple is around 22 km from Kanyakumari and around 58 km from Thiruvananthapuram. Nagercoil Famous Temple Facts A five headed Nagaraja murti (serpent king) with enormous power is worshipped in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. Along with Nagaraja, Vishnu Bhagavan and Shiva are worshipped in the temple. The place Nagercoil gets its name from the temple. Nagercoil means temple of the serpent deity. The temple is famous for getting rid of sarpa dosha – curse of serpents or problems created by serpents in life. Those people facing problems in life due to bad positioning of Rahu and Ketu Navagraha in horoscope and various other sarpa doshams in horoscope find relief after offering prayers in the temple. The platform of a peepal tree in the temple has an array of snake murtis – mostly five-headed ones. People circumambulate the peepal to find relief from sarpa dos

Vaikunta Ekadasi At Sri Ranganatha Temple In Srirangam

At the Sri Ranganatha temple in Srirangam, Vaikunta Ekadasi lasts for 21 days – which is divided into two parts of pagal pathu and Ira pathu. On the Vaikunta Ekadasi day, the most important event at Srirangam is the ‘Sorgavasal Opening’ – Paramapada Vasal - the opening of door to Vaikunta - abode of Srihari Vishnu. In 2024, Vaikunta Ekadasi date is December 23. On this day, Bhagvan Srihari Vishnu is clothed is an armor of pearls and is brought to the Thousand-Pillared Hall from the inner shrine. The idol is brought through the northern gate known as ‘the Gate of Vaikuntha’ or the gate to the heaven. This gate is opened only on the Vaikunta Ekadasi day. The lord holds the Divine Durbar in the Thousand Pillared Hall and Nalayira Divya Prabandham is recited. The Lord returns late in the night. Vaikunta Ekadasi at Sri Ranganatha Temple is observed for 21 days. The ten days before Vaikunta Ekadasi is observed as Pagal Paththu and the next ten days after Vaikunta Ekadasi

Atri Smriti - Dharmashastra Text In Hinduism

Atri Smriti is a Dharmashastra text in Hinduism and it is attributed to Sage Atri. Rishi Atri is referred to as the second of the eighteen smritikaras mentioned by Yajnavalkya (Yajnavalkya-acaradhyaya chapter 4 verse 5). The text published under the title Atri Smriti in Smriti Sandarbha series has five chapters and 146 verses and the colophon reads Atreya Smriti. The work opens with the sages approaching Atri, who was seated after the performance of Agnihotra, and asking him whether people are cleansed of their papa (wrong acts) by gift, recitation or austerities. Sage Atri speaks of the importance of pranayama and the recitation of Pranava mantra and Gayatri mantra. The method of performance of pranayama narrated in this work is the one generally prescribed by later authorities, i.e., recitation of Gayatri mantra with all the seven vyahritis. The second and the third chapters contain some important hymns on Vedas like Satarudriyas which are considered to purify one of papa. The fo

Nagercoil Nagaraja Temple Story - Nagercoil Snake Temple History

Nagercoil Nagaraja temple is an ancient snake temple located at Nagercoil in Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu. The story of Nagercoil Nagaraja temple is associated with Pambummekkattu Mana – a famous center of snake worship in Kerala. The historical dates and other history of the temple have been lost. The elder family member of Pambummekkattu Mana had the divine vision of Snake Vasuki. After the divine vision, he consecrated a murti of Nagaraja in Pambummekkattu Mana and became the chief priest. People suffering from various skin disorders found relief after offering prayers before Nagaraja. There is a widespread belief that skin disorders are the result of Sarpa dosham or curse by snakes. The eldest member of the family once was invited by a Pandya king to cure his skin related problem. The king was suffering from leprosy and it was cured by the chief priest. On his way back to Kerala from Pandya kingdom, in the place where the present Nagaraja temple stands, he saw a peasant wom

Dreaming Of Aztec – Meaning

As per dream interpretation and meaning, dreaming of aztec means you will get into trouble trying to fulfill your desires or wishes. Dream of Aztec crumbling or under attack means you will also face trouble due to animals or reptiles. You might face poison related problems. Dreaming of Aztec and there is murder or blood or other such rituals means you will face problems related to wealth. You might also be blamed for something you had not done. You might also cause accident resulting in death or injury of another human or living being. Dreaming of Aztec people means you will be attacked by strangers. Attempts will be made to physically abuse you. It is also a sign of sexual weakness resulting in problems. Dreaming of Aztec people harming you or you wake up terrified from the dream is sign of problems in family life. Your relationship with opposite sex might end suddenly. Dreaming of Aztec is not a very common dream and people usually think about them after watching Aztec movi

Dreaming of Ayers Rock – Meaning

Dreaming of Ayers Rock in Australia is associated with stability as per dream meaning and interpretation. You can expect challenges in life soon but if you stick to your plan and are determined then you will scale the mountain of challenges. Dream of Ayers Rock and you are happy while waking up means you will achieve success. You will not move away or shy away from facing troubles. The dream also means vacation, travel involving adventure and meeting new people. Dreaming of Ayers Rock and you are unhappy or terrified and wake up feeling bad means you might be transferred to a new location. It also means sudden change. It also means unexpected problem which you will not be able to surmount easily.

Dreaming Of Ayurveda – Meaning

Dreaming of ayurveda is sign of much needed change as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dream is asking you to health changes and to give up bad habits. It is also asking you to take up alternative treatment methods. Dream of ayurveda medicines or practices and you are happy means you will find relief to a health issue if you follow different medicine practices not jus allopathy. The dream can also be interpreted as asking you to take up different approach to career or studies for success. Dream of ayurveda and you are scared or crying means you might soon face a serious health issue. It might require a totally different approach for cure.

No Desire Means No Anger And No Sin

Sage Of Kanchi (Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Mahaswamigal (20 May 1894 – 8 January 1994)) states that no desire means no anger and no sin. The cow sees its reflection in the mirror and charges it imagining it to be another cow. If a man sees his own image thus, does he think that there is another person in the mirror? He is not perturbed by his image because he knows that it is himself. Similarly, all that we see is one and the same thing. Desire springs from our belief in the existence of a second entity, and it causes anger, which, in turn, plunges us in sin. A new birth becomes inevitable now. If we are enlightened enough to perceive that all objects are one, there will be no ground for desire. There must be an object other than ourselves, a second entity, to be desired. No desire means no anger and no sin. In this state there will be neither any "doing" nor any birth. And, finally, there will be no sorrow. What is the cause of desire? Desire arises from the

15 December 2021 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 15 December 2021 – It is Shukla Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 1:29 AM on December 15. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 2:55 AM on December 16. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on December 15, 2021 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Ashwini or Aswathy nakshatra till 6:41 AM on December 15. Then onward it is Bharani nakshatra till 8:42 AM on December 16. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan),