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House Warming Dates In October 2022– Auspicious and Good Dates for House Warming in October 2022

Below are the auspicious house warming dates in October 2022. Please note that these good dates are meant to give a general idea. If you are a strict follower of astrology, then you should consult a local astrologer where the house is located as sunrise time in the area is very important in deciding the house warming time. House Warming Dates In October 2022 No Dates October 2022. You might get a very small period if you consult a local astrologer where the house is located. Sunrise time plays a crucial role in it. The above information is based on Hindu Panchang and calendar.

Veliyam Padijantinkara Chevarukavu Mahadeva Temple – Meda Thiruvathira Festival

Veliyam Padijantinkara Chevarukavu Mahadeva temple is located at Veliyam in Kollam district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Shiva or Mahadevar. The annual festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meda Masam and is known as Meda Thiruvathira. This is a small temple with a east facing chathura sreekovil and namaskara mandapam. The temple observes the annual festival with tantric pujas and rituals including homam, dhara and kalasam. Ezhunnallathu and melam is part of the festival. The shrine also observes Shivratri and fortnightly Pradosham fasting.

Pozhiyoor Mahadeva Temple – Festival

Pozhiyoor Mahadeva temple is located on Uchakkada - Kulathoor Road at Pozhiyoor in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Shiva or Mahadevan. The annual festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meda Masam and is known as Meda Thiruvathira. This is a small traditional temple with a chathura sreekovil, kodimaram, namaskara mandapam, pond and nalambalam. The temple has an east facing sreekovil. The temple festival is famous for ezhunnallathu, tantric pujas and rituals. Rudra homam, kalasham, and various dhara are part of the rituals in the temple. The shrine also observes Pradosham, Thiruvathira in Dhanu Masam and Mahashivratri festival.

Thrissur Thekkemadom – Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti

Thrissur Thekkemadom is an ancient center of Advaita teaching and is located in Thrissur city, Kerala. The Madom observes the annual Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti in Shukla Paksha panchami tithi in Vaishakha Masam. Thekkemadom traces its origin to Sri Padmapadacharya, one of the direct disciples of Adi Shankaracharya. Various spiritual discourses and programs are held on the occasion in the Mutt. The Madom also performs pujas, annadanam and other activities on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Adi Shankaracharya. The annual Narasimha Jayanti in Medam Masam is of great importance in the temple.

Padiyam Edathiri Mahavishnu Temple – Festival

Edathiri Mahavishnu temple is located at Muttichur – Padiyam in Thrissur district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Bhagavan Vishnu. The annual pratishta festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meda Masam (April – May). This is a small Kerala temple with a chathura sreekovil. There are upa devatas here. The temple faces east. The annual festival is noted for various Vaishnava temple rituals including homa, kalasham and abhishekam. The temple also observes Vishu and Thiruvonam.

Kumarankary Dharma Sastha Temple – Festival

Kumarankary Dharma Sastha temple is located at Kidangara - Thuruthy Road, Kumaramkary, Kottayam district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Ayyappa or Sastha. The 8-day annual festival in the temple begins with kodiyettam in Malayalam Meda Masam (April – May). This is a typical Kerala temple with nalambalam, namaskara mandapam, shrines of upa devatas and chathura sreekovil which faces east. The main upa devata in the temple is Goddess Bhadrakali. The temple is located amidst paddy fields. The annual festival in the temple is famous for melam, ezhunnallathu, traditional performing art forms of Kerala, colorful kavadi, and procession. The festivities conclude with the arattu procession. The temple observes various rituals during the Mandala Makaravilakku Kalam (Mid November to Mid January).

Economic Thoughts Of Ancient Hindus

Economic thoughts of ancient Hindus was based on dharma, a broad spectrum concept which stands for the principle of mutual sustenance of the people and also encompasses virtue, merit, justice, righteousness, duty, law, rightfulness, dutiful business, performance of religious rites, abiding by moral values, faith and honesty. In Hindu cyclical conception of time, each yuga (cyle/eon) has its characteristic dharma, attribute. The first yuga (eon), known as Krita Yuga, is also called Dharma Yuga. It is also recognized as Sat Yuga, i.e, the yuga of truth, the golden age. The king was the caretaker of the subjects and was so meticulous in his economic administration that there were no problems for the subjects. He followed the dharma parayana (rightful duties), observing the dharmasamstha (code of duties) himself. He was the trustee who saw to it that the wheel of dharma remained in motion and he had to execute the commands of dharma. Any deviation from dharma would demoralize the economy

Good Dates for Delivery in November 2022

Many Hindu couples look for good dates for delivery. These are the good dates for delivery in November 2022. Please note that the auspicious dates of delivery do not mean that everything will be good in life. Horoscope etc is prepared after looking into numerous considerations. There is also a great fact known as Karma phala, it follows a living being through various births and one cannot escape from the actions of the previous births. All time and calculations are based on Indian Standard Time - the panchang followed is Kashi Panchang, Thakur Prasad Calendar, Kalnirnay and Ramswaroop Panchang. Good Dates For Delivery in November 2022 November 1 good time after 12:06 PM November 2 November 3 November 5 November 6 November 7 good time till 4:16 PM November 10 November 12 November 13 November 14 November 15 good time ater 4:37 PM November 17 November 19 good time after 10:29 AM November 20 November 21 good time till 10:07 AM November 24 good time till 7:37 PM November 25 goo

Malliyoor Maha Ganapathy Temple – Unique Temple With Sri Krishna On The Lap Of Ganesha

Malliyoor Maha Ganapathy temple is located around 500 meters from Kuruppanthara railway station in Kottayam district, Kerala. The shrine is unique as the murti here is of Ganesha with Sri Krishna on his lap. The sankalpam is of the murti here is that of Vaishnava Ganapathy. As per some belief the prathishta is of Beeja Ganapathi. The most important festival in the temple is held on Vinayaka Chaturthi day in Chingam month. The 8-day festival is held in such a manner that Pallivetta is observed on Vinayaka Chaturthi day. The Upa Devatas worshipped in the temple are Shiva, Bhagavathy, Sastha, Anthimahakalan, Aaya Yakshi, and Brahma Rakshas. As per history, Malliyoor Maha Ganapathy was a grama devata of ancient Kerala. The Ooranma sthanam of the temple was with Malliyoor, Aryapalli and Vadakkedam. Currently the temple is managed by Malliyoor illam as other two illams became extinct.

There Is No Impersonal God

Suppose you think of God as an impersonal Entity; if you close your eyes, what do you think? At best, you will be thinking of space, infinite space, and even then you have no idea what infinity is. Or you will think of God as light, as love, as life, as purity, and so on. What is this? God is light. What will you think? What do you mean by light? Is it like an electric light in your room? You will think of some light; you will think of some human love, some human feeling. And as soon as you think of human feelings, or even light, you will forget that you think in terms of symbols. You feel, in your pride, that you are thinking of the impersonal God, but when you think of God as light, God as infinity, God as love, at once you think in terms of symbols. You do exactly what others are doing only you think that you are superior. And you are pursuing a path for which you are not fit. There are persons who are fit, but not most of those persons who think in that way. We all think in ter

1 April 2022 Tithi – Panchang – Hindu Calendar – Good Time – Nakshatra – Rashi

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Friday, 1 April 2022 – It is Amavasya tithi or the no moon day in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Amavasya tithi or the no moon day till 11:27 AM on April 1 . Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Pratipada tithi or the first day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 11:28 AM on April 2 . (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on April 1, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Uttara Bhadrapada or Uthrattathi nakshatra till 10:12 AM on April 1 . Then onward it is Revathi nakshatra till 11:01 AM on April 2. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan), Uttara Bhadrapada or Uthrattathi nakshatra till 10:40 AM on April 1 . Then onward it is Revathi nakshatra till 11