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November 2022 Good Dates For Car Delivery As per Hindu Calendar

Good and auspicious dates for car delivery in November 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 November 2022 November 1 November 2 November 3 November 5 November 6 November 7 November 10 November 17 November 19 November 20 November 25 November 26 November 27 November 28  November 29

Kannada Panchanga 2022 – 2023 – pdf - Download Shubhakruth Nama Panchangam 1944 Free

Kannada Panchanga 2022 – 2023 is provided by the Uttaradi Mutt and is known as the Shubhakruth Nama Panchanga Samvatsara Kannada Surya Siddhanta Panchangam for year 1942. This Kannada Panchang begins on April 2, 2022 and ends on March 21, 2023. The Panchanga is in PDF format and it can be downloaded for free. This is followed in Karnataka, India. This particular Panchangam is useful for those people following the Kannada calendars. A month in this Panchangam is calculated from Pratipada after Amavasya (the day after no moon or new moon) to next Amavasya. Download - The  Kannada Panchanga 2022 – 2023 can be downloaded in PDF format here  at the official website of Uttaradi Mutt. ( You will need to register to get the panchanga for free.) Download  Sringeri Mutt Kannada Panchanga 2022 - 2023 for free in pdf  - there is no need for any login 

Pallarmangalam Kunnathu Kavu Bhagavathy Temple – Festival

Pallarmangalam Kunnathu Kavu Bhagavathy temple is located near Palappuram in Palakkad district, Kerala. This is a small temple dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathy. The annual Vishu Vela festival is held here on Medam 1 on the Vishu day. The temple has a small chathura sreekovil, kodimaram and shrines of upa devatas. The shrine lies on the banks of river. Velichappadu, caparisoned elephants, procession, thalappoli, and traditional performing art forms of temples are part of the annual festival. Shaketya and Tantric pujas and rituals are part of the annual festival. The temple also observes Navratri and Thiruvathira festival.

Keecheri Sree Palottu Kavu Temple – Festival

Keecheri Sree Palottu Kavu temple is located at Keecheri near Pappinisseri in Kannur district, Kerala. The annual festival in the temple begins on Medam 1. The shrine is dedicated to Vishnu. The Kaliyattam festival here is known as Vishu Vilakku as it coincides with the Vishu Sankramana. This is a typical Kerala style temple with a square pond having numerous steps in design. The temple has a rectangular sreekovil.   The upa devatas worshipped here are Kurathi Amma and Kundor Chamundi. The festival begins with traditional fireworks. Theyyam is performed here during the 7-day annual festival. On all seven days along with Palottu Theyyam, Angatheyyam is performed. The thirumudi of the kolam here is unique and extremely beautiful as it represents the crown of Vishnu and golden fish. Thenga yerru (throwing and breaking of coconuts) is another ritual performed here on the 7 th day of the festival (Medam 7). Kurathi Amma kolam and Kundor Chamundi kolam are part of the theyyam festival

Village Gods And Goddesses In North India – Grama Devi – Devata

Almost every north Indian village has its local God or Goddess, set up under a sacred tree and popularly known as Grama Devi or Grama Devata. Local goddesses are often vaguely identified with Durga and are very much part of Hinduism. They maintain an autonomous existence on the fringes of the orthodox pantheon. These deities – mostly depicted as totem and at times not the deities in the traditional sense – could be of any species or form. They may have no connection with any established gods or goddesses. In some cases tales are woven around them to explain their unperceivable potency to protect the villagers. However, there have been certain villages that have an established deity as gramadevata like Bajrang Bali Hanuman or some Mother Goddess, like Shitala or Manasa Devi, notwithstanding their form and nature considerably localized. The village deities do not normally have any divine lineage. Even a local person of eminence could be deified because of an extraordinary deed to ensur

Thiruvidaikodu Chadaiyappar Mahadeva Temple – Festival

Thiruvidaikodu Chadaiyappar Mahadeva temple, also known as Arulmigu Thiruvidaicode Sadayappar temple, and is located at Villukuri in Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu. This is the 9th temple in the famous Shivalaya Ottam on Mahashivratri day. The annual festival in the temple usually begins on April 14. The chathura sreekovil or square sanctum sanctorum faces west. Shiva is worshipped here as Chadaiyappar. Goddess Parvati is worshipped here as Idaikattur Kuzhali . This is a typical Dravidian temple. There is a five-storey gopuram. Ardra or Thiruvathira nakshatra day in Margazhi Masam is of importance in the temple.

Kollam Vishnathukavu Bhagavathi Temple – Festival

Kollam Vishnathukavu Bhagavathi temple is located at Thirumullavaram in Kollam, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali. The 10-day annual festival in the temple begins on Medam 1 and concludes on Medam 10 (Pathamudayam day). This is a typical Bhagavathy temple with a chuttambalam, chathura sreekovil, namaskara mandapam, pond, kodimaram and shrines of upa devatas. The annual festival is famous for caparisoned elephants, melam, colorful procession, dance, music, drama and traditional performing temple art forms of Kerala. Shakti temple pujas and rituals based on Shaketya and Tantra are performed here. Kettukazhcha, Kala and Kuthiras are part of the annual festival. The shrine also observes Navratri with Ezhuthiniruthu and Thrikarthika in Vrischika Masam. Mandala Kalam is observes with various pujas, vilakku and rituals.

Gold In Vedas – Ancient India

Gold is referred to in Vedas as hiranya. The metal is known to be precious from Vedic times. Gold artifacts dating to the pre-Harappan period have been reported in ancient India. Alloy of gold with silver has been mentioned in the Rig Veda. Ever since discovery in Hinduism, it has been mostly used for making murtis of gods and goddesses, jewelry, domestic utensils, decorative articles, icons, and temple decorations. In ancient times, its fine powder had been used for painting and in hieroglyphic writings. In Ayurveda, its medicinal value has been recognized. In ancient India, gold is generally found in the sand beds of the rivers in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Assam. Placer deposits have been reported near Manasarovar Lake in the Himalayas,   Sonbhadra district in Uttar Pradesh, near Hyderabad as well as at Kolar and Hatti in Karnataka. Evidence of mining of the gold-bearing rock (generally quartz) as been found at all these places. The gold ornaments of Harappa and Mohenjodaro have b

Chettikulangara Kumbha Bharani 2023 Date

The temple festival held on the Bharani Nakshatra day in Malayalam Kumbham Month at Chettikulangara Temple in Kerala is famous for its unique rituals like the Kuthiyottam and Kettukazhcha. Chettikulangara Kumbha Bharani 2023 date is February 25, Saturday.  Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple is located near Kayamkulam in Alleppey District in Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Shakti and is considered highly powerful. It is also one of the richest temples in Kerala. The highlight of the Kumbha Bharani Festival is the display of huge decorated forms of temple cars known as ‘Kuthiras.’ Therus (Chariots) and two huge idols of Bhima and Hanuman complete the Kettukazhcha which is a visual spectacle which attracts people from different parts of India and around the world. The temple cars are as high as three-storied buildings (70 to 75 feet) and are pulled to the Temple grounds by the people of the respective villages from late afternoon on Kumbha Bharani

Arayankavu Bhagavathy Temple – Arayankavu Pooram Festival - History

Arayankavu Bhagavathy temple is located at Arayankavu in Ernakulam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathy. The 5-day annual festival in the temple is famous as Arayankavu Pooram and is held on Pooram nakshatra day in Malayalam Meena Masam (March – April). The sankalpam of Bhagavathy here is that of Goddess Bhadrakali. The upa devatas worshiped in the temple are Shiva, Ayyappa, Yakshi, Goddess Annapurna and Nagas. The annual festival in the temple is famous for Garudan Thookam. ദേവീക്ഷേത്രങ്ങളിൽ വളരെ വിശേഷപെട്ടതും അപൂർവവുമായ ദർശന ഭാവമാണ് . ഇവിടെ ഉള്ളത് . വടക്കേ ദിശയിലേക്ക് ദർശനമായിട്ടുള്ള ദേവീചൈതന്യം അങ്ങേയറ്റം ശക്തിയും ശാന്തതയും പ്രസന്നവും    തദ്വാരാ  അനുഗ്രഹദായകത്വംഉള്ളതായും    പരിഗണിക്കപ്പെടുന്നു . ദാരിക നിഗ്രഹത്തിലൂടെ ത്രിലോകങ്ങൾക്ക് രക്ഷനൽകിയ ഇവിടെ ദേവീചൈതന്യം . പൂർണമായും ശാന്തവുംസാത്വികവുമായ ഈ ദേവീ ഭാവം. Arayankavu Bhagavathy Temple History അരയങ്കാവ്   ഭഗവതി ക്ഷേത്രത്തിൻറെ ഉത്പത്തിയെക്കുറിച്ച് ഭക്തജനങ്ങൾ വാമൊഴിയായും വരമൊഴിയ