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Elayavoor Neeliyath Akathoot Peringoth Temple – Festival

Elayavoor Neeliyath Akathoot Peringoth temple is located at Elayavoor in Kannur, Kerala. The temple is dedicated Shiva. The annual festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meda Masam (April – May). This is a small traditional temple. The sankalpam of Shiva here is that of Kirathamoorthy. Goddess Parvati is worshipped here as Kirathi. The most important ritual during the annual festival is the drawing of kolam of Kirathamoorthy and Kirathi. Special pujas and rituals that are part of Shiva temples in Kannur region are performed on the occasion. Thrikarthika in Vrishicka Masam and Thiruvathira in Dhanu Masam are observed in the temple.

Rang Panchami 2023 After Holi

Rang Panchami Holi festival is observed on the fifth day (Panchami) during the waning phase of moon in Phalgun month (February – March). Rang Panchami 2023 date is March 12. The corresponding period in North Indian calendar is the fifth day during Chaitra Krishna paksha. The festival is a continuation of the Holi festival and is observed mainly in rural areas in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and some parts of North India . The festival is observed five days after Holi Dhuleti . Rang Panchami is essentially a rural festival. Special significance is given to the festival by the farming community. Please note that some people refer to Holi festival also as Rang Panchami.

Basoda 2023 – Mantra – Basoda Maa Puja Festival In Rajasthan

Basoda festival is dedicated to Goddess Sheetala and is observed eight days after Holi festival on the Chaitra Krishna Paksha Ashtami day in Rajasthan and other parts of North India. Basoda Festival 2023 date is March 15. The ritual observed on the eighth day of waxing phase of moon in Chaitra month (March – April) is also referred as Basora. Basoda Mantra हृं श्रीं शीतलायै नमः॥  How is Basoda Observed? During Basoda Festival, Goddess Sheetla is propitiated to get rid of several diseases like chickenpox. A unique ritual of offering stale food is observed during Sheetala Ashtami. Food need for Sheetala Ashtami puja is prepared a day before in advance. On the Basoda Festival day people do not cook any food. The food is prepared the previous day and it is then allowed to cool down. On the Basoda festival day, the food is first offered to Goddess Sitala. Every house chooses a special stone which symbolises Goddess Sitala. The stone is then installed on a red cloth and wo

Holi Bhai Dooj 2023 – Bhai Dooj after Holi Festival

Bhai Dooj is an important Hindu festival in which sisters display their love for their brothers. In 2023, the date of Bhai Dooj after Holi is March 9. Bhai Duj comes twice in a year one after Holi and another after Diwali. The name of the festival ‘Dooj,’ or Duj, denotes that the festival falls on second day after full moon. ‘Bhai’ means brother. It must be noted here that the Bhai Dooj after Diwali is given more prominence by many Hindu communities. Both married and unmarried women participate in Bhai Duj. The most important event on the day is the application of teeka or tilak (Vermilion Dot) on brother’s forehead by the sister. She then performs an arati. Usually, the sister visits the brother to do the Holi Bhai Dooj puja. The puja thali consists of coconut, batashas, mithai (sweets), fruits, seven paans, roli and a little rice. The sister lights the Puja lamp and does a small puja. She then applies tika on the forehead of the brother and gives him sweet, o

Sant Tukaram Beej - Importance - Miracle Tree - Tukaram Beej 2023

Sant Tukaram Beej is believed to be the day when Sant Tukaram left for heavenly abode. In 2023, the date of Sant Tukaram Beej is on March 9. It is observed on the second day of the Krishna Paksha (waning phase of moon) in the Falgun or Phalguna month (February – March) as per traditional Marathi calendar. On the day, devotees gather at temples and at sacred places at noon and perform various rituals as a mark of respect to great Bhakti saint. Vithoba Temple at Dehu in Maharashtra is the home town of Sant Tukaram Maharaj and thousands of people pay respect to Sant Tukaram here on the day. It is popularly believed that Sant Tukaram left his body on the forenoon of the second day in Falgun Krishna paksha in 1650 AD. One of the greatest exponents of the Bhakti cult in Marathi culture, Sant Tukaram is worshipped by millions of people around the world and people take inspiration from his poems and teachings. Miracle Tree Devotees believe that Sant Tukaram left f

Good Date to Buy Car in October 2022 – Auspicious Dates to Bike – Scooter – Other Vehicles as Per Hindu Astrology

Good and auspicious dates for buying car, bike, vehicles, are based on good rashi, nakshatra, tarabalam, karana, tithi, yog and other calculation in Hindu Astrology in October 2022. These are the good dates for paying first amount or advance money. The entire time on the days is good for the purpose until mentioned otherwise. We have prepared these dates after studying various Hindu panchangs and calendars. This is not a computer-generated list. Good Date to Buy Car 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.

Be Happy Irrespective Of The External Circumstances – Important Hindu Religion Teaching

An important teaching of Hindu religion is to be happy irrespective of the external circumstances. The first mark of a sthitaprajna, one of steady wisdom, is casting off all desires and delighting and being content in one’s own true nature, Brahman. This person is always happy irrespective of the external circumstances. The Bhagavad Gita states that after attaining this state, a person ‘is not disturbed even in the face of great sorrow’. This withdrawal of senses is compared to a tortoise retracting its limbs into its shell. The person of wisdom in the same way withdraws one’s senses from the worldly sense objects. This person is above all injunctions and prohibitions, above good and evil, virtue and vice, and endowed with an equanimous vision and balanced mind, and does not identify oneself with the body. The mind is neither shaken at the time of misery, nor attached to happiness; it is totally free from desires, fear and anger, neither excited nor disturbed while beholding good

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Saturday, 26 March 2022 – It is Krishna Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during waning or dark phase of moon till 8:12 PM on March 26. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Dashami tithi or the tenth day during waning or dark phase of moon till 5:58 PM on March 27. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on March 26, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Purva Shada or Pooradam nakshatra till 3:07 PM on March 26 . Then onward it is Uttarashada or Uthradam nakshatra till 1:37 PM on March 27. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Purva Shada or