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October 2022 Good Dates For Car Delivery As per Hindu Calendar

Good and auspicious dates for car delivery in October 2022 are based on good rashi, nakshatra, tithi and other calculation in Hindu Astrology. The entire time on the days is good for the purpose until mentioned otherwise. The dates are good for delivery of truck, car, bike, and other vehicles. Please note that these are the dates to get the car home and it is not for paying the first amount. We have prepared these dates after studying various Hindu panchangs and calendars. This is not a computer-generated list. Good dates For Car Delivery in October 2022 October 2 October 4 October 5 October 6 October 8 October 9 October 10 October 11 October 14 October 20 October 21 October 22 October 27  October 31

Maruppancode Devi Temple – Festival – Maruppancode Pooram

Maruppancode Devi Temple located at Andoorkonam in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi or Devi. The annual festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meena Masam (March – April) and is known as Maruppancode Pooram – it is associated with the Prathishta dinam in the temple. The temple has got a traditional Nagar Kavu or Serpent grove. The shrine has a chathura sreekovil. The annual festival is noted for melam, caparisoned elephant, traditional temple art forms and Tantric Shakteya pujas and rituals. Malappuram Pattu, Ghoshayatra, Konnu Thottum Pattum, Urul and Purathezhunnallathu are the main rituals. Pongala is another important event during the annual festival.

Nedungolam Shiva Parvati Temple – Festival

Nedungolam Shiva Parvati temple is located at Nedungolam near Paravur in Kollam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Mahadeva Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati. The shrine observes its annual festival in Meena Masam (March – April). This is a small temple with a chathura sreekovil. There are no other major structures apart from the upa devatas. The temple observes festival as per Shaiva and Shakta Tantric rules. Various tantric pujas and rituals are held during the period. Ezhunnallathu, melam and procession are part of the festival. The temple also observes Shivratri and Thrikarthika festival.

Pandamangalam Sri Krishna Temple – Festival

Pandamangalam Sri Krishna temple is located at Pandamangalam – Kottappadi in Malappuram district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The 7-day annual festival in the temple is held in Meda Masam (April – May) and coincides with Vishu. The temple is located near to Kottakkal. The small temple has a kodimaram (flag pole), an east facing chathura sreekovil, namaskara mandapam and chuttambalam. The annual festival is famous for Panchavadyam, pandimelam, caparisoned elephants and Vaishnava pujas and rituals including nirmala, homam, kalasham and abhishekam. Temple art forms, dance and music are also part of the annual festival. The temple also observes Vishu, Ramayana Masam, Sri Krishna Jayanti in Chinga Masam and Vrischika Masam. The annual prathishta festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Mithuna Masam (June - July).

Azhikode Palottukavu – Thira Festival

Azhikode Palottukavu temple is a shrine with a history of more than 1500 years and is located at Azhikode in Kannur district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Vishnu Bhagavan. The 8-day annual Thira and Kaliyattam festival at Azhikode Palottu Kavu begins from the first day of Meda Masam (April 14 or April 15). Some of the important theyyams performed here are Angatheyyam, Illavillu and Karivill, Kundor Chamundi theyyam, Kurathi theyyam and Palottu theyyam. The temple is a typical kavu shrine that one comes across Kannur region. There is a square sanctum sanctorum or chathura sreekovil. There are upa devatas including nagas or sarpam. It is said that Vishnu appeared in the region in his Matsya Avatar form after annihilating a demon. Vishnu wanted to stay in the area and so appeared in the fishing net of few elders of region who had gone for fishing. The elders were stunned and could believe their eyes as they had caught a golden fish. While the golden fish was being carried to

Holika Dahan Importance – the Bonfire or Lighting of Fire before Holi - Holika Dahan 2024 Date

Holika Dahan, or burning of demon Holika, is an important event during Holi festival. On the night before Holi, people light fire with old things, sticks, branches and leaves. Holika Dahan 2024 date is March 24. It symbolizes the victory of good over evil. The bonfire can also be interpreted as a cleansing ceremony to assure in Holi festival. Legend has it that the Demon king Hiranyakashipu was able to suppress all this subjects and make them his devotees. All his citizens prayed to Hiranyakashipu and not to Vishnu. But Prahalad, the little son of Hiranyakashipu, prayed to Lord Vishnu. He tried all means to stop Prahalad from worshipping Vishnu but he failed. Hiranyakashipu then decided to kill his son. But each attempt to kill Prahalad was thwarted by Vishnu. Finally, the demon king took the help of his sister Holika. Fire could do nothing to her as she was immune to fire. So, she took young Prahalad and sat in a huge bowl of fire. But this time young Prahalad came

Which God Is Worshipped On Holi?

Holi the festival of colors is dedicated to worship of nature. But stories of the festival is dedicated to many Hindu Gods. So which god is worshipped on Holi? The worship on the day is mainly dedicated to Sri Krishna and Radha in North India. Murtis of Sri Krishna and Radha in may Hindu temples are adorned with flowers and gulal on the day. In South India, some communities offer special prayers to Shiva and Kamdev . The victory of young Prahlad's (Narasimha Avatar) unwavering devotion is also remembered on the day. It was his unwavering devotion that helped in overcoming death at the hands of Holika (fire), poisonous snakes and poison. Holi is the festival associated with victory of good over evil and what unwavering faith and devotion can achieve. Related Kunj Ekadashi Before Holi Festival in Nathdwara

Sant Tukaram Maharaj Abhang – Collection

A collection of Abhang of Sant Tukaram Maharaj. God does not have a bundle of moksha that can be simply handed over. What is needed is the control of the senses and the mind, making them free from all the sense objects. Fasting, utterances of prayer, and the like, are merely rows of letters; ultimately it is virtuous acts that produce the desired results. You are unnecessarily crying for the pains you received in a dream. You are falsely crying with the others who cry. Tukaram says that the fruit is at the root and so speedily surrender to Bhagavan. As salt gets dissolved in water and loses its separate identity, similarly (O, Bhagavan), I became one with you and lost myself in you. As when fire meets camphor, only soot is left behind; Tukaram says, you and I became one flame. Trees, creepers, animals are the most near and dear ones, birds also sing beautifully. That is the reason I enjoy solitude, no virtues and vices crop up in the mind. Sky is the roof, earth is the seat, bein

13 March 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

 Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Sunday, 13 March 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 8:38 AM on March 13. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi or the eleventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 10:23 AM on March 14. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 13, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Punarvasu or Punartham nakshatra till 6:39 PM on March 13 . Then onward it is Pushya or Poosam or Pooyam nakshatra till 8:47 PM on March 14 . (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Punarva