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Good Dates in May 2022 in Hindu Calendar - Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in Month May 2022

Hindu auspicious days are looked for buying selling and various other purposes. Good dates in May 2022 in Hindu calendar given below are based on India Standard Time. The auspicious dates and time in May 2022 are good for house warming, joining job, starting work, buying car or house, moving into new rented home, registration of property, villa, house flat, birth, visiting, first visit, buy bike, buying flat, house, property, villa, etc. Hindu Auspicious Days and Time in May 2022 May 4 good till 8:45 PM May 7 May 8 good till 4:59 PM May 12 good till 7:17 PM May 13 May 14 good till 12:58 PM May 16 good after 1:18 PM May 20 May 21 good till 2:59 PM May 22 May 25 good after 10:32 AM May 26 May 27 good till 11:47 AM Bad dates – These dates should be completely avoided  – May 15, 18, 23,29, 30 and May 31 Certain dates that might not be mentioned above are neither good nor bad. They are average dates. You won't get the desired results if auspicious events

Kali Yuga 5124 begins on April 2, 2022 – Current Kaliyuga Year 5124

Kali Yuga is the fourth and last of the four Yugas in Hinduism. Current Kaliyuga year is 5124. It began on April 2, 2023. Kali Yuga 5124 began on April 2, 2023 as Hindu lunar calendar followed in most regions – Chandra Mana New Year. It begins on April 14/15, 2023 as per Solar Calendar followed in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Bengal – as per Saura Mana New Year. Kali Yuga started with the disappearance of Sri Krishna from earth. Sri Krishna was not seen on the earth from the first day of Kali Yuga. The duration of Kali Yuga is 432,000 years. Kali Yuga is believed to have started in 3102 BC. Kali has numerous meanings – anger, suffering, grieve, hurt, confound and confuse. We can find all these characteristics dominating the earth currently. The only way to attain moksha in Kaliyuga is by chanting the name of God. Virtue will have only on feet in Kali Yuga. This is the symbolic representation of the decline in physical and moral stands with the passage of each era.

Spiritual Significance and Symbolic Meaning of ‘Gudhi’ or Flag Raised on Gudi Padva

On the auspicious day of Gudi Padwa, when the Hindu New Year is celebrated in Maharashtra, Goa and some parts of Karnataka, one raises a symbolic flag or ‘gudi’ that is of great spiritual significance. It also has a symbolic meaning. The Gudi raised on the Gudi Padwa day consists of a silk cloth, tied to a stick with an empty, inverted copper or silver jug of water (tambya) held up to the sky, outside the main door. This auspicious flag raising speaks volumes. Empty your ego, take an inverted look within, hold yourself up to the vast sky of divinity and may your soul remain outdoors, away from the trappings of this world.

Kulasekharamangalam Sree Rama Anjaneya Temple – Festival – Anjaneya Math

Kulasekharamangalam Sree Rama Anjaneya temple, also known as Anjaneya Math, is located at Kulasekharamangalam (Kochangadi – Maravanthuruthu) near Vaikom in Kottayam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Rama and Hanuman Swamy. The annual pratishta festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meda Masam (April – May). Kulasekharamangalam Sree Rama Anjaneya Mutt also maintains an old age home and hospital in the compound. It is purely done on donation of kind hearted people. There are two separate east facing two-tier chathura sreekovil with murtis of Sri Rama and Hanuman. The temple observes all important Hindu rituals and pujas including Sri Rama Navami, Hanuman Jayanti and Ramayana Masam.

Dyuta In Ancient Hinduism

Dyuta was a form of gambling present in ancient Hinduism. It is recognized as one of the evils to be avoided by every individual in the Rig Veda. The evil effects of Dyuta are mentioned in Aksa Sukta (X.34), where in the plight of the gambler is poetically described. Ancient scriptures of Hindu religion show that gambling and betting was a social entertainment to a limited extent. There were gambling houses, which provided a legal sanction and protection for the game. But it has been highly condemned as an addiction and a vice. The evil consequences of indulging in gambling are illustrated in the Mahabharata through the story of King Nala, and that of Yudhisthira. The pieces of dice used in gambling are said to be the primary residence of the evil force of Kali (as in Kali Yuga not Goddess Kali). Dyuta was considered as a royal pleasure in the sense that the king was directed never to shirk away from an invitation of a game of dice. Law makers like Manu and writes on polity like Kautil

Vazhayur Irunnamanna Maha Vishnu Temple – Festival

Vazhayur Irunnamanna Maha Vishnu temple is located at Vazhayoor east on Santhigram – Karad Road in Kozhikode district, Kerala. The annual pratishta festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Meda masam (April – May). The shrine is dedicated to Bhagavan Vishnu. This is an ancient temple with a Chathura sreekovil and namaskara mandapam. The deity faces east.   The temple has a two-tier chathura sreekovil. The temple observes various Vaishnava rituals and pujas especially on Thiruvonam nakshatra day. Special rituals are held on Thiruvonam day in Chinga Masam. Kazhcha Kula samarpanam is done on Uthradam and Thiruvonam day in Chinga Masam.

Vivah Muhurat 2023 – Vivah Muhurat Dates and Time in 2023

Hindus who strictly follow the Muhurat or Astrology conduct marriages only during auspicious time and astrologically correct days. Below given are the Vivah Muhurts in 2023. Based on Calendars and Panchang 2023 followed in Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Jammu and Kashmir. Please note that this Hindu Marriage Dates in 2023 are based on North Indian calendars and Panchang and might not be applicable in all regions. Vivah Muhurat 2023 January 2023  – January 15, January 18, January 25, January 26, January 27 and January 30 February 2023  – February 6, February 7, February 9, Feb 10, February 12, February 13, February 14, Feb 16, February 22, February 23, Feb 27 and Feb 28 March 2023  – March 6, 9, 11 and March 13 April 2023  - No Marriage dates in April 2023 May 2023  – May 3, May 6, May 8, May 9, May 10, May 11, May 15, May 16, May 20, May 21, May 22, May 29 and

Kozha Narasimha Swami Temple – Festival – History

Kozha Narasimha Swami temple is located at Kuravilangad in Kottayam district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Narasimha Avatar of Bhagwan Vishnu. The annual Narasimha Jayanti, which falls on the Shukla Paksha Chaturdashi day in Vaishakh month, is an important festival day in the temple. The annual festival in the temple is held in Malayalam Kumbha Masam (February – March). The murti of Narasimha worshipped in the temple is swayambhu – self manifested. The sankalpam of Narasimha here is that of Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy who is in a peaceful form after listening to child Prahlada praising his virtues. This is a beautiful Kerala style traditional Hindu temple with a kodimaram, bali kallu, chuttambalam, namaskara mandapam, east facing chathura sreekovil and shrines of upa devatas. The important offerings in the temple are panakam and palpayasam. Thiruvonam nakshatra is of great importance in the temple. During the annual festival, the temple observes various pujas and rituals as per

Amrit Siddhi Yoga Muhurat December 2022

Amrit Siddhi Yoga, also referred as Amrut Siddha Yog, is an auspicious period as per Hindu panchang and calendar. Amrit Siddhi Yoga December 2022 dates is given below: This good time is followed in North India and is ideal for various purposes. Amrit Siddhi Yoga is considered auspicious for majority of important ceremonies like housewarming, opening of shops, booking of cars etc. The muhurat occurs three or four times in a month. Amrit Siddhi Yoga December 2022 Sunrise on December 21 to 5:16 AM on December 22 4:53 PM on December 30 to before sunrise on December 31 As per Hindu astrology the day is auspicious for all kinds of activities. It is believed that investments made during Amrit Siddhi Yoga will bring in high returns.

Thiruvalathur Sree Randu Moorthy Temple At Alathur – Annapurna – Mahishasuramardini - Story

Thiruvalathur Sree Randu Moorthy Temple is located at Alathur in Palakkad district, Kerala. The temple lies on the banks of Sokanasini River at Thiruvalathur. The temple is one among the 108 Durga temples in Kerala. It is also one of the biggest temples in Palakkad district. There are two deities worshipped in the temple. Annapurneshwari (Goddess Annapurna) is worshipped in Kizhekavu and Mahishasura Mardini is worshipped in Melkkavil. The murti of Annapurneshwari is swayambhu – of divine origin. The murti of Mahishasura Mardini is 7 feet tall and is carved in wood. The temple is famous for its striking architecture and structural beauty. There are two flag posts or kodimaram in the temple. The temple has a circular sanctum sanctorum (vatta sreekovil). The temple has an anapalla mathil made out of granite stone. The temple has a beautiful Koothambalam (traditional temple theatre) and a huge Mizhavu (a percussion instrument). As per history, the temple stands on an ancient farmla

Problem With Searching God In Books

The problem with searching god in books is that when one goes deep into such studies, contradictions seem to arise. When widely differing theories are offered on the same subject one is apt to get confused, hardly knowing which of them represents the correct position. Several doubts arise. For example, which among the theories of creation is correct? What is the merit of book learning and what is the limit to it? Why do doubts arise? Can one get the ultimate enlightenment from books alone? What is salvation? Which is the best path to salvation or realisation, and why? These are typical and by no means hypothetical questions. The list is not exhaustive either. Only the sages who have realised the ultimate truth themselves can provide satisfactory replies to such questions. Sri Ramana Maharshi's reply to a question on creation illustrates his unique way of reconciling controversies. The questioner was puzzled by Vedic statements giving apparently conflicting accounts of cosmogony.

Sulthan Bathery Lakshmi Narasimha Temple – Festival

Sulthan Bathery Lakshmi Narasimha temple is located at Ganapathi Vattam in Sulthan Bathery in Wayanad district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Narasimha Avatar of Bhagavan Vishnu. The annual Narasimha Jayanti, which falls on the Shukla Paksha Chaturdashi day in Vaishakh month, is an important festival day in the temple. This is a typical Kerala style temple with a two-tier chathura sreekovil facing east. The temple has a nalambalam, namaskara mandapam and shrines of upa devatas. Vaishnava temple rituals including abhishekam, homam, and kalasham are part of the annual festivities. The temple observes Vishu, Ramayana Masam, Thiruvonam and Mandala Makaravilakku kalam. The temple now managed by the Kerala Kshetra Samrakshana Samiti. 

Muhurtham Dates in December 2022

Muhurtham dates in December 2022 are good for buying, selling, traveling, moving into house quickly, for exam, for interview, for seeing boy or girl for marriage etc. Muhurtham Dates in December 2022 December 2 December 4 December 5 December 6 muhurtham after 8:46 PM December 8 December 9 December 11 muhurtham after 4:14 PM December 12 December 17 December 18 muhurtham till 3:42 PM December 19 December 20 muhurtham till 9:54 AM December 26  muhurtham till 3:12 PM December 27 December 28  muhurtham till 2:19 PM December 29  muhurtham from 11:45 AM to 7:17 PM December 30 December 31 

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Friday, 8 April 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Saptami tithi or the seventh day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 8:27 PM on April 8 . Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 10:25 PM on April 9 . (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.  Good – Auspicious time on April 8, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Ardra or Arudhara or Thiruvathira nakshatra till 11:28 PM on April 8 . Then onward it is Punarvasu or Punartham nakshatra on the full day on April 9 and till 1:56 AM on April 10. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa,