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Hindu Calendar 2023 With Tithi pdf – Download Hindu Calendar 2023 in English And Hindi for Free

Hindu Calendar 2023 with Tithi in pdf for free download is in English and Hindi and is based on Calendars followed in North India – Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Uttaranchal, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Jharkhand. A month in this Hindu calendar begins after Purnima and ends on Purnima. All important festivals and fasting 2023 dates are marked in the calendar. Link –  Download Hindu Calendar 2023 with Tithi in pdf  (English) Link -  Download Hindu Calendar 2023 with Tithi in Hindi in pdf  ( हिंदी ) - contains important festivals and vrat. The font is in Hindi.  The calendar is based on Purnima system. A traditional Hindu month begins after Purnima or full moon day.

Azhikode Ayanivayal Muthappan Temple – Festival

Azhikode Ayanivayal Muthappan temple is located at Ayanivayal near Azhikode, Kannur district, Kerala. This is a small Muthappan temple. The annual pratishta festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meena Masam (March – April). The shrine has a chathura sreekovil – square sanctum. The shrine has Theyyams during its annual festival. The shrine observes various rituals that are part of Muthappan temples in Kannur region.

Puthur Thekkini Amma Kavu Temple – Arattu Festival

Puthur Thekkini Amma Kavu temple is located at Puthur near Lakkidi in Palakkad district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi and the 10-day annual festival is famous as the Thekkini Amma Kavu arattu Mahotsavam. It is observed on the Chithira nakshatra day in Meena Masam (March – April). This is a small temple with a kodimaram, chuttambalam and chathura sreekovil. The shrine has a Velichappadu. The annual festival in the temple is famous for procession of elephants, ezhunellippu of thidambu of Bhagavathy, temple performing art forms, caparisoned elephants and yearly pujas and rituals. Palakombu ezhunellippu, Navakam, panchagavyam, tantric pujas, thayambaka, kelipattu, pandi melam, niramala and kalampattu. The festival concludes with Arattu ceremony in the temple pond. The shrine also observes Navratri with ezhuthiniruthu and Thrikarthika.

Lalitha Jayanti – Goddess Lalita Jayanthi Puja

Lalitha Jayanti is observed on the Purnima, or full moon day, in the month of Magh (January – February). Lalitha Jayanthi 2025 date is February 12. The day is dedicated to Lalita Devi, a form of Shakti or Mother Goddess. She is associated with the Pancha Mahabhutas or five elements. Goddess Lalitha is believed to be the representation or form of the five elements –earth, water, air, fire, and space. The day is of great significance in some regions in North India . Special pujas and rituals are held on the day. One of the most popular days associated with Goddess Lalitha falls on the fifth day during the Saran Navratri in Ashwin month and is known as Lalita Panchami . How to Worship Goddess Lalita? She is offered prayers mainly on Purnima (full moon day) and Shukla Paksha Panchami tithi (the fifth day during the waning phase of moon). Wear green color dress and performing the puja facing northeast. Create a mental picture of Goddess Lalitha in the mind. Light l

What Is Karma Samskara In Hinduism?

What Is Karma Samskara In Hinduism? Swami Kritarthananda answers this question in the article titled ‘The Inscrutable Dynamics of Karma’ in Prabuddha Bharata magazine March 2020 issue page 16 – 17. When someone experiences happiness by doing a particular work one develops a liking to repeat the same work just for the sake of pleasure. This creates an impression in the mind called ‘samskara’. It is this force of samskara that gives rise to the desire to repeat an action defying all restraints. The process goes like this. First a picture appears in the mind. It is called a smriti or vasana. Then the will of the seer wants to own it and runs after it as if it were a golden deer or feels a repulsion against it. This love-hate process goes on ad infinitum, and, according to Patanjali, the sum total of all such good and bad samskaras decide the type of birth, longevity, and good and bad experiences of a person. The surroundings in which we find ourselves in any birth are directed by the

20 February 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

 Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Sunday, 20 February 2022 – It is Krishna Paksha Chaturthi tithi or the fourth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Chaturthi tithi or the fourth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 8:47 PM on February 20. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Panchami tithi or the fifth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 7:20 PM on February 21. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on February 20, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Hasta or Atham or Hastam nakshatra till 4:37 PM on February 20 . Then onward it is Chitra or Chithirai or Chithira nakshatra till 3:54 PM on February 21 . (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and