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C - Section Good Dates in September 2022 – Hindu Auspicious dates for cesarean delivery in September 2022

No panchang or calendar or astrologer prepares good dates for cesarean delivery. But you can choose date and that is not bad or inauspicious in a month. These are the auspicious dates for cesarean delivery in September 2022. C - Section Good Dates in September 2022 September 1 September 6 till 4:31 PM September 7 September 8 September 9 till 6:08 PM September 10 September 11 September 12 September 13 after 10:37 AM September 14 September 17 September 19 after 7:27 AM September 20 till 8:15 AM September 21 September 22 September 26 September 27 September 30 Please note that the good date of birth of baby does not mean that everything will be auspicious. Horoscope etc is prepared after looking into numerous considerations.

Poochakkal Nagari Dharma Sastha Temple – Vishu Festival

Poochakkal Nagari Dharma Sastha temple is located at Poochakkal in Alappuzha district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Ayyappa or Sastha. The annual festival in the temple is held on Vishu day (April 14 to April 15). This is a beautiful Kerala style temple with a chuttambalam, namaskara mandapam, chathura sreekovil and kodimaram. Ellu Vilakku (lamps lit with sesame oil) is an important offering on Saturdays. The annual festival in the temple is famous for various traditional pujas and rituals followed in Kerala Ayyappa temples. Ezhunnallathu, melam, abhishekam and seeveli are part of the festival. Vishu kani darshanam during early morning on Medam 1 attracts hundreds of devotees. The temple also observes various important rituals and pujas including Mandala Makaravilakku Kalam.

Malumel Bhagavathy Temple – Vishu Festival

Malumel Bhagavathy temple is located at Thodiyoor near Karunagapally in Kollam district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadra Kali Devi. Vishu (April 14 or April 15) is an important festival in the temple. The annual festival in the temple is noted for Tantric pujas and rituals and is famous as Meda Vishu Utsavam. The 10-day festival concludes on Pathamudayam day (April 23 or April 24). The temple with a two tier sanctum sanctorum likes on the banks of Pallikkalar. This is a small Kerala style temple with a chuttambalam, namaskara mandapam, shrines of upa devatas, temple pond with fishes and chathura sreekovil. The shrine observes various Shakti temple rituals on festive days. Apart from Vishu, Navratri, Vrischika Masam and Thrikarthika festival are observed in the temple. The annual festival is famous for Kettukazhcha including Kuthira and Kala. Jeevitha ezhunnallathu is an important part of the annual puja and festival in the temple.

Chozhiyakkadu Sri Krishna Swamy Temple – Festival

Chozhiyakkadu Sri Krishna Swamy is located at Chozhiyakkad near Channanikadu in Kottayam district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The annual Vishu day in Meda Masam is an important festival day here. It falls on April 14 or April 15. Sankalpam of Bhagavan worshipped here is of a young Krishna who is in his teenage. Main offering for this Bhagavan here is pal payasam ( പാൽ പായസം ) and Thrikkaivenna ( തൃക്കൈ വെണ്ണ ) on Thursdays. most important festivals in the temple. This is a small Kerala style temple with a chuttambalam, namaskara mandapam, shrines of upa devatas, kodimaram and chathura sreekovil. The shrine observes various Vaishnava temple rituals and festive days. Apart from Vishu, Ramayana Masam and Sree Krishna Jayanthi ( ശ്രീ കൃഷ്ണ ജയന്തി ) in Chinga Masam are of great importance. The day before Vishu is celebrated as the festival of lights called Desh Vilakku ( ദേശവിളക്ക് ).

Teachings And Stories From Hindu Puranas And Epics In Guru Granth Sahib

Guru Granth Sahib has mentioned numerous stories, characters and teachings from Hindu Puranas and epics – Ramayana and Mahabharata. Guru Granth Sahib emphasizes the chanting of the name of God without profound belief and deep devotion as did Prahlada and Dhruva. Since God has infinite qualities, any attribute of His can be praised. In Bhatta Bani of Guru Granth Sahib, the time of Guru Arjan is depicted as the era of King Janaka (father of Sita) and he is compared with Arjuna of the Mahabharata. Guru Granth Sahib confirms the idea that God, in the incarnation of ‘Narsingh’ (Narasimha), had killed the wicked ‘Harnaksha’ (Hiranyaksha) and saved Prahlada. The episode of Sri Krishna preferring the simple food of Vidura to Duryodhana’s delicious dishes, finds a place in Granth Sahib. Granth Sahib states that Vrindavan is ‘spiritually beautiful’. Devaki is praised as the mother of Krishna. The liberation of Putana, the selfless services of Sudama and Kubja and Sri Krishna’s help to them

Parumala Valiya Panayannarkavu Bhagavathy Temple – Festival – History

Parumala Valiya Panayannarkavu Bhagavathy temple is located at Parumala in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali. Bhagavata Saptaham and Vishu day festival are observed in the temple. The temple complex faces north. There are three main doors for devotees to have darshan of the eleven deities. On the first day of every Malayalam Month, there are special poojas for every deity. All three gates are opened on those days. Within the four-walled precincts, there are two Sreekovil (s) (sanctum sanctorum), and there are fourteen upa devatas. There are small groves in the temple complex dedicated to serpents – Nagaraja and Nagayakshi. Shivling worshipped in the temple was installed during the Treta Yuga by Parashurama and it faces Pampa river, which flows through the west side of the temple. Devi Bhadrakali, in Her Avatar as the slayer of Dariakasura faces East. To Her left is the very rare Mahameru Chakra (This part is not accessible to the Visit

Chirakkakode Subrahmanya Temple – Festival

Chirakkakode Subrahmanya temple is located at Chirakkakode near Mannuthy in Thrissur district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Murugan or Subrahmanya. Vishu Kani darshan is an important festival in the temple. It falls on the first day of Meda Masam (April 14 or April 15). This is a small Kerala temple with a chathura sreekovil. Kavadi procession is part of important festival. The shrine observes Thaipooyam, Skand Sashti in Thula Masam and Muruga Sashti fasting.

Balaramapuram Agasthiar Swamy Temple – Festival – Sage Agastya Temple

Balaramapuram Agasthiar Swamy temple is located at Pazhayakadalane - Saligothra Theruv in Balaramapuram, Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Sage Agastya or Agasthiyar and Lopamudra. Vishu Kani darshan on April 14 or April 15 on Medam 1 is of great importance at the shrine. The upa devatas worshipped in the temple are Ganapathi, Shiva, Krishna, Murugan and Navagrahas . The temple belongs to Saliyar community who are famous for weaving Balaramapuram Kasavu sarees. The temple has a beautiful gopuram with colorful sculptures. The architecture of the temple is influenced by Dravidian architecture. The chuttambalam also sculptures of Gods and Goddesses. The temple carries murtis around in procession during the annual festival. The temple carries around the utsava murtis during the annual festival.

Ranni Ramapuram Mahavishnu Temple – Festival

Ranni Ramapuram Mahavishnu temple is located at Ramapuram near Ranni in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Mahavishnu. Vishu Kani darshanam is of great importance in the temple. This is a small Kerala style temple with a chuttambalam, namaskara mandapam, shrines of upa devatas, temple pond and chathura sreekovil. The shrine observes various Vaishnav temple rituals and festive days. Apart from Vishu, Ramayana Masam and Krishna Janmashtami in Chinga Masam are of great importance here.

Keezhthali Shiva Temple Kodungallur – History

Keezhthali Shiva temple is located at Keezhthali in Methala Village, Kodungallur, Thrissur district, Kerala. The temple is one among the 108 Shiva temples in Kerala. The temple was one among the four Thali temples that had control over the reign in Kerala. According to Keralolpathi, Keezhthali Siva Temple existed during the Perumal reign (BC 113 - AD 343). The main prathishta in the temple is Kiratamurti Shiva. The belief is that Parashuram had performed the consecration or prathishta of Shivling in the temple. The Shivling is considerably big and puja is performed by standing. The temple was attacked and ransacked by Dutch, Portuguese and Tipu Sultan. Destroyed murtis of Hindu gods and goddesses, sculptures and pillars have been recovered from the temple premises. The murtis of Saptamatrikas and some sculptures are currently on display in Thrissur museum. Currently only the main sreekovil remains extolling the glory of a beautiful temple. In its original glory, the temple boasted of a

O.T.C. Hanuman Temple – Vishu Pongala Festival

O.T.C. Hanuman temple is located at Palayam in Thiruvananthapuram city, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Anjaneya or Hanuman. The annual Vishu Pongala festival (April 14 or April 15) on Medam 1 attracts hundreds of devotees. The history of O.T.C. (Officers Training Camp) Hanuman temple is associated with the Nair Pattalam of Travancore kingdom. The murti of Hanuman in the temple was worshipped by the soldiers. They used to carry the murti with them. The Palayam area was one of the important military camps of Travancore kingdom. The temple is east facing. A peepal tree stands in place of kodimaram. A sign board announces that the temple is managed by Travancore Devaswom Board. The main temple has two entrance and two huge tall lamps stands in front of both the entrance. As one enters the door, there are ‘thinnai’ [platform] on either side of the path leading to main temple. Sri Hanuman Swamy is seen in the standing posture in the east facing chathura sreekovil. The pleasant lo

Uttaradi Mutt Panchanga 2022 - 2023 pdf Download – Shubhakruth Nama Samvatsara 1944 Panchangam

Shri Uttaradi Math, the seat of Jagadguru Sri Madhvacharya, provides yearly Panchangam in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Sanskrit. The Panchanga for the year 2022 – 2023 pdf (Shubhakruth Nama Samvatsara 1944) has been released by Uttaradi Mutt. These Panchangas are sought by devotees around the world. You can download them for free in pdf format. The 2022 – 2023 Panchanga is from April 2, 2022 to March 21, 2023 Link -  Download 2022 – 2023 Panchangas by Uttaradi Mutt Login in needed - You will need to register by providing mail id, name and mobile number for free download.  Once registered again click the above link again or refresh the Uttaradi Mutt page to open the panchangas.

Asramam Sreekrishna Swamy Temple – Kollam Pooram Festival

Asramam Sreekrishna Swamy temple is located at Ashramam in Kollam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The 10-day annual festival is observed in Meda Masam (April - May) and the final day is famous as Kollam pooram. The temple is also famous for Vishu Kani darshanam on April 14 or April 15 (Medam 1). Navaneet Krishnan or Krishna holding butter (venna) is worshipped in the temple. This is a typical Kerala style Hindu temple with a nalambalam, pond, namaskara mandapam and chathura sreekovil. Kudamattam with nearly thirty elephants is a major event during the annual Kollam Pooram festival. Thamarakulam Sri Mahaganapathi Temple and the Puthiyakavu Bhagavathi Temple are the temples participating in the Kudamattam festival. Asramam Sreekrishna Swamy is a witness to this annual event. Panchavadyam, melam, fireworks and traditional performing art forms of temples of Kerala are part of the festival. Pooram Ezhunnallathu, which begins from morning on the poora

Mundoth Sri Krishna Temple – Festival

Mundoth Sri Krishna temple is located at Mundoth near Ulliyeri in Kozhikode district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Krishna. The annual Vishu day in Meda Masam is an important festival day here. This is a small Kerala style temple with a chuttambalam, namaskara mandapam, shrines of upa devatas, temple pond and chathura sreekovil. The shrine observes various Vaishnava temple rituals and festive days. Apart from Vishu, Ramayana Masam and Gokulashtami in Chinga Masam are of great importance. Karkidaka Masam (July - August) is of great importance in the temple. Vaishnava pujas, rituals, procession, young children dressed as Krishna and various other cultural programs are part of the Ashtami Rohini festival in the temple. 

Why Equanimity Of Mind Is Important To Overcome Crisis? Hinduism Answers

Hinduism advocates equanimity, mental calmness, and evenness of temper, especially in a tough situation. If we remain calm, the mind will remain still and focused. The Bhagavad Gita extols samatva, equanimity as yoga, the way to the Divine. In modern terms, it can be construed as the ‘maturity to understand and accept things as they come up in life’. Modern psychology suggests various ways to reach equanimity. However, spiritual traditions like Vedanta of Hinduism advocate knowledge of the impermanence of the world as the only royal way to achieve this. The logic behind it is simple. If we understand the world to be transient, we don’t get too much involved in it. We develop asakti, dispassion, which makes our mind undisturbed. We become mature enough to witness the happenings in our life in a proper perspective. Vedanta, the spiritual and philosophical tradition of the Upanishads, says that the world we see around us is but an appearance on Brahman, the true reality. The appeara

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

 Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Wednesday, 16 March 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Trayodashi tithi or the thirteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Trayodashi tithi or the thirteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 12:38 PM on March 16. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Chaturdashi tithi or the fourteenth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 1:01 PM on March 17. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 16, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Magha or Makam nakshatra till 11:44 PM on March 16 . Then onward it is Purva Phalguni or Pooram nakshatra on the full day on March 17 and till 12:29 AM on March 18 . (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra