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Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga April 2023 – Good Time For All Activities

Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is a good time for all activities including investments, ceremonies like housewarming, opening of shops, buying, booking of cars etc. as per Hindu panchang and calendar, especially those followed in North India. Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga April 2023 dates as per Hindu Panchang: Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga April 2023 Date And Time 11:28 AM on April 5 to before sunrise on April 6 Sunrise to 2:00 PM on April 8 Sunrise to 1:19 PM on April 10 8:08 AM on April 14 to 6:27 AM on April 15 Sunrise on April 18 to 12:45 AM on April 19 Sunrise to 11:33 PM on April 20 Sunrise on April 24 to 2:39 AM on April 25 Sunrise on April 27 to before sunrise on April 28 It is believed that any auspicious event can be undertaken during the Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga as it nullifies the effect of any bad yoga or time present during the period.

Dakashinang Sankranti In Kamakhya Devi Temple – Kali Puja In July

Dakashinang Sankranti In Kamakhya Devi temple is a famous Goddess Kali Puja held on July 16 or July 17 every year. In 2023,  Dakashinang Sankranti date is July 17,2023. It is held on Karka Sankranti or when Dakshinayana starts. The main puja is performed at the main peetha sthana of Goddess Kamakhya. Boli puja (sacrifice of goats, buffalos, pigeons etc) and naivedya are also offered on the day. The main puja is held at midnight, when goats and buffaloes are sacrificed. The goats and buffaloes are brought by devotees to the temple. The head of the sacrificed animals are offered to the Goddess. As per local history, a rock near the temple was cut to create a road to the temple. A famous Tantric Ramani of the region warned the people not to cut the rock as it was a primary rock that supported the Kamakhya Peetha. But his warning fell into deaf ears. Soon an epidemic of cholera broke out in the region and numerous people especially those involved in the construction of road and break

Ravi Yog March 2023 Time And Date

Ravi Yog is a specific time period on certain dates in Hindu lunar month and is a good time for important ceremonies. Ravi Yog March 2023 time and dates are given below: It is stated that Ravi Yog annihilates the bad timings. All bad Muhurtas are overcome during Ravi Yoga. It is auspicious to conduct any function during the period. Ravi Yog March 2023 time and date 9:59 AM on February 28 to 1:50 PM on March 2 6:53 PM on March 4 to 11:53 PM on March 6 5:43 AM on March 13 to 5:04 AM on March 14 3:27 PM on March 24 to 3:36 PM on March 25 4:17 PM on March 26 to 5:26 PM on March 27 9:07 PM on March 29 to 2:05 AM on April 1 This auspicious time for new beginnings and buying is followed in North India and western parts of India. The popular belief is that Ravi Yog nullifies all the bad muhurtas.

Champa Shashti 2023 date - Mantra - How To Do Champa Shashti Puja?

Champa Shashti is a festival observed on the sixth day during the waxing phase of moon in the Margashirsh month. The festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Champa Shashti 2023 date is December 18. The day is of great significance in Maharashtra especially at Khandoba Temple at Jejuri near Pune. The temple is dedicated to Martand also known as Malhari or Khandoba or Khanderao. Lord Shiva took the form of Martand to destroy two demons named Mani and Malla. Sasti, or Shashthi, is the sixth day in a lunar fortnight in Hindu calendar and is mainly dedicated to Lord Muruga or Subrahmanya. Story of Champa Shashti Legend has it that two demons named Mani and Malla became powerful by performing intense Tapas (austerities) dedicated to Brahma. After several years Brahma gave them boons. With unimaginable power at their disposal, Mani and Malla started harassing demigods and humans. They created havoc and disturbed the peaceful life on earth and heaven. Manichurna   Mounta

Kleenankandy Vayanattu Kulavan Temple – Theyyam Festival

Kleenankandy Vayanattu Kulavan temple is located at Kizhunnapara on the Kuttikkalam – Nadal road near Nadal in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Vayanattu Kulavan and other famous deities worshipped in the tharavadu and kavu in the region. The annual theyyam festival in the temple is held on the last Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Dhanu Masam (somewhere during the second week of January after Jan 10). The temple has two tastefully decorated chathura sreekovil. There are spaces for other deities mainly on square platforms and in small sreekovils. The main pujas in the temple are performed on Sankranti day as per Malayalam Calendar. Vishu is an important festival in the temple. The main theyyams that are part of the kaliyattam and theyyam festival are Elladath bhagavathy theyyam, Karanavar theyyam, Ponmalakkari theyyam, Thekkan Gulikan theyyam and Vayanat Kulavan theyyam.

Kattampally Cherikkal Sree Bhagavathi Temple – Theyyam Kaliyattam Festival

Kattampally Cherikkal Sree Bhagavathi temple is located at Kattampally near Narath in Kannur district, Kerala. The annual theyyam and kaliyattam festival in the temple is held for five days in Malayalamasam Kumbham – Kumbham 7, Kumbham 8, Kumbham 9, Kumbham 10 and Kumbham 11 (February 19, Feb 20, Feb 21, Feb 22 and February 23). The important theyyams performed in the temple are various Bhagavathi Amma theyyams, Kurathi Amma, Pottan Daivam Theyyam, Gulikan Daivam Theyyam, Vishnumoorthi Theyyam, Dharma Daivam Theyyam, Pollalan Daivam Theyyam and Raktha Chamundi Theyyam. The Tharavadu kavu pujas and rituals, dramas, melam, Kerala performing temple art forms, thalappoli and fireworks are part of the annual festival which is mostly held during night time. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi and various other deities. The main shrine is with a small decorated chathura sreekovil. The other deities are worshipped on square platforms and also in small sreekovils. Vishu is an imp

Kunnool Sree Puthiya Bhagavathi Temple Kaliyattam – Theyyam Festival

Kunnool Sree Puthiya Bhagavathi temple is located at Kunnool - Koovode near Taliparamba in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi. The annual kaliyattam – theyyam festival in the temple is held for four days in Malayalam Dhanu Masam – Dhanu 21, Dhanu 22, Dhanu 23 and Dhanu 24 (January 2, January 3, January 4 and January 5). There is no daily pooja. Puja is held on the Sankranthi day as per Malayalam calendar. The important theyyams performed in the temple are Gulikan theyyam, Puthiya Bhagavathy theyyam and Rakta Chamundi theyyam. The main shrine is with a small decorated chathura sreekovil. The other deities are worshipped on square platforms and also in small sreekovils. Pond and other temple structures of the region are part of the temple. Vishu is an important festival in the temple.

Unique Food Offering During Panguni Festival At Srirangam Ranganatha Swamy Temple

The annual Panguni festival (March – April) at Srirangam Ranganatha Swamy temple is famous for a unique food offering known as akkaravadisal or attakara vadisal. This is a unique sweet preparation and is associated with Goddess Andal. The unique offering is prepared by boiling milk along with rice and passi paruppu (whole green gram). The milk is boiled in slow fire till the rice and green gram dissolve in the milk. Ghee and jaggery syrup are mixed to this to make the unique prasadam. The popular belief is that the akkaravadisal was promised by Andal to Srirangam Ranganatha Swamy. The sweet offering is offered to Sri Ranganatha and Thayyar (Goddess Lakshmi) during Panguni Utsavam. The offering is also made in large quantities Margazhi masam (December - January) at the famous Srivilliputhur temple. In this preparation green gram is not used. Roasted rice, ghee and rockcandy is boiled in milk. The milk is thickened and fried cashews and almonds are added to it.

Prana In Hindu Astrology

Prana in Hindu astrology is a unit or measurement. The Vimsottari Dasa system is based on a 120 years (maximum) life span of human atmas. It consists of nine mahadashas Sun (6 years) Moon (10 years) Mars of Kuja (7 years) Rahu (18 years) Jupiter or Brihaspati (16 years) Saturn or Shani (19 years) Ketu (7 years) Venus or Shukra (20 years) The progression of these dasas would be in the same order. Each mahadasa is divided into nine segments of unequal length in the same proportion as mentioned above. These segments are called bhuktis. The first bhukti in any mahadasa would be the same as the dasa lord itself. Just as the mahadasas are divided into bhuktis, the latter in turn are divided into cidras (antaras) and the cidras into sukshmas. Sukshmas are further subdivided into pranas. In Hindu predictive astrology, for the sake of precision, the dasa, bhukti, cidra, suksha and prana lords all have to be taken into account. For timing events accurately, such an analys

Thaliyil Mandappan Temple Kaliyattam – Theyyam Festival

Thaliyil Mandappan Temple is located at Irumukallinthattu - Thaliyil near Anthoor in Kannur district, Kerala. The annual kaliyattam – theyyam festival in the temple is held for three days in Malayalam Makara Masam – Makaram 17, Makaram 18, and Makaram 19 (January 31, February 1 and February 2). There is no daily pooja. Puja is held on the Sankranthi day as per Malayalam calendar. Vishu is an important festival in the temple. The important theyyams performed in the temple are Gurukkal theyyam and Kathivanoor Veeran theyyam. The main shrine is with a small decorated chathura sreekovil. The other deities are worshipped on square platforms and also in small sreekovils.

Kalliasseri Kanithottathil Kathivanoor Veeran Devasthanam Temple – Theyyam – Kaliyattam Festival

Kalliasseri Kanithottathil Kathivanoor Veeran Devasthanam temple is located at Kalliasseri near Mangad in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Kathivanoor Veeran and other deities worshipped in tharavadu kavu in the region. The annual kaliyattam – theyyam festival in the temple is held for three days in Malayalam Makara Masam – Makaram 20, Makaram 21, and Makaram 22 (February 3, February 4 and February 5). The main shrine is a small decorated chathura sreekovil. The other deities are worshipped on square platforms and also in small sreekovil (s). There is no daily pooja. Puja is held on the Sankranthi day as per Malayalam calendar. Neercha theyyam is also performed in the temple. The important theyyams performed in the temple are Thekkan Gulikan theyyam, Gurukkal theyyam and Kathivanoor Veeran theyyam. Vishu is an important festival in the temple.

Eruvatty Koyalakunnath Temple – Theyyam – Kaliyattam Festival

Eruvatty Koyalakunnath temple is located at Eruvatty near Kadirur in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to various deities. The annual kaliyattam – theyyam festival in the temple is held for three days in Malayalam Makara Masam – Makaram 7, Makaram 8, and Makaram 9 (January 24 to January 27). The main shrine is with a small decorated chathura sreekovil. The other deities are worshipped on square platforms and also in small sreekovils. There is no daily pooja. Puja is held on the Sankranthi day as per Malayalam calendar. The important theyyams performed in the temple are Thekkan Gulikan theyyam, Malakkari theyyam, Angakkaran theyyam, Kathivanoor Veeran theyyam, Sasthappan or Kuttichathan theyyam, Bappooran theyyam, Karanavar theyyam, Elladath Bhagavathy theyyam and Porkkali Bhagavathy theyyam. Vishu is an important festival in the temple.

Mavicheri Sri Bhagavathi Temple – Theyyam – Kaliyattam Festival

Mavicheri Sri Bhagavathi temple is located at Mavicheri near Payyanur in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi. The annual kaliyattam – theyyam festival in the temple is held for four days in Malayalam Makara Masam – Makaram 10, Makaram 11, Makaram 12 and Makaram 13 (January 24 to January 27). This temple is famous for the unique theyyam called "Thuluveeran", as this theyyam is performed in two places in the region. The temple is managed by the Thiyya community. There is no daily pooja. Puja is held on the Sankranthi day as per Malayalam calendar. The important theyyams performed in the temple are Madayil Chamundi theyyam, Kannikoru Makan theyyam, Narambil Bhagavathy theyyam, Padar Kulangara Bhagavathy theyyam, Puthiya Bhagavathy theyyam and Raktha Chamundi theyyam. The main shrine is with a small decorated chathura sreekovil. The other deities are worshipped on square platforms and also in small sreekovils. Vishu is an important festiva

Dreaming Of Running With Someone – Meaning

Dreaming of running with someone is a good omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will find peace and there will be interaction with people who understand you. It also means meeting people with similar likes. Dreams of running with someone and you know the person means renewed interest in a relationship. It also means getting involved with a person romantically. Dream of running with someone and it is an unknown person means you will search for happiness outside your circle. It also means you will make attempts to connect with people to get out of your current life. Dreaming of running with someone and it is at an unknown place means you will similar minded people during travels. It also means moving away from your current residence. Dreams of running with someone and you wake up happy means you will show boldness and courage to change your life. It also means coming out of a cocoon and enjoying life.

Nagdive in Maharashtra in Margashirsh Month

Nagdive is observed on Shukla Paksha Panchami, or the fifth day during waxing or light phase of moon, in Margashirsh month as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra. The ritual is mainly observed in Marathwada region in Maharashtra . Nagdive 2023 date is December 17. In the ritual, people bring sweets of their choice and burn diya over it by putting a cotton wick soaked in ghee. The sweet and the diya are held below any clean iron metal vessel or instrument. The diya deposits black substance on the iron metal vessel and that's used as kajal – eyeliner. Another important ritual that is observed on Thursday in Margashirsh month in Maharashtra is the Margashirsh Lakshmi Puja. A Nag Puja is also held on the day.

Dreaming Of Om Symbol – Meaning

Dreaming of Om symbol is a positive dream as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dream of seeing Om symbol suggests that solution to your problems lies in spirituality, self inquiry and meditation. Dreams of Om symbol also means success and a period of peace. The dream is asking you to find answer to your questions and doubts by turning spiritual. It also means seeking the primordial source and giving up the perishable. Dreaming of you meditating on Om symbol or chanting Om is a sign of peace in life. You will get a better understanding of many aspects of life. Dream of Om symbol and you are happy means solution to a very tricky problem in life will be found soon. Dream of seeing someone else chanting Om or meditating on Om means you will soon find meaningful friendship or might meet a good teacher or Guru. Dream of lot of Om symbol around or it moving around means you will soon have doubts about your life activities and relationships. It means you will face disappointmen

The Truth Is That God Is Everything And Everywhere

The Truth is that God is everything and everywhere. He is all energy manifesting on different planes, all life and all beings. Where is He not? What is He not? Once a sage was asked the question, ‘Sir, where is God?’ The sage replied, ‘Sir, tell me where God is not?’ He is everywhere and everything. It is our misfortune that we cannot see Him. Having eyes we do not see, because of the impurity of our mind. Every act and the result of every act and the instrument used in the performance of every act is God. Blessed is the sage who realizes it. His heart flows out in love towards everything. The wise and the ignorant, the cultured and the vulgar, the strong and the weak, the beautiful and the ugly, nay, animate and inanimate creation is enfolded in his love. There was a saint in India who was so conscious of God’s presence everywhere that it hurt him to tread on the grass and little flowers. To him the grass was alive with God. For such jnanis there is no wicked and no virtuous, no g

Dreaming Of Locust – Meaning - Symbolize

Dreaming of locust is a bad omen as per dream interpretation and meaning. The dreams of locust symbolize serious problems in life and many these are piled up problems or hidden or you were nurturing them. Dream about locust also means natural calamity or sudden problems in your house which will require renovation. Dreams of locust and you know from where you got it means strain in relationships. Dreaming of locust on someone else property means you will hear about something bad to friends or relatives who are in a distant place. The dream also means there will be sudden natural calamities or pest infestation in your place. It is a warning sign and you need to do something to protect your property and wealth. Dream of locust on your body means you should not allow problems to pile up and you need to settle all of them at the earliest. It also means doing things at the right time. Dreams of locust roaming all over your property or family means you will face skin related problems.

Dreaming Of Chanting Om Namah Shivaya – Meaning

Dreaming of chanting om namah Shivaya means you will get good and positive results in all actions in immediate future as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream is considered good as it is asking you to attempt all the good things you want to do in life. The dream is also asking you to be more spiritual and religious. Dreams of chanting om namah Shivaya means you will need spiritual strength and mental calmness to overcome a problem Dreaming of chanting om namah Shivaya and you are seen in the dream is a sign of good days ahead especially in matters of relationship. It also means success. Dreaming of chanting om namah Shivaya and you see other people means you can make some bold changes in your life and this will be good for your future. Dreaming of om namah Shivaya and it is at an unknown place means you might meet someone whom you wished to meet in life. It is also a sign of good relationship with opposite sex. Dreaming of om namah Shivaya and you see Nandi or other S

Dreaming Of Okra Farm – Meaning

Dreaming of okra farm is both good and bad as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means sudden reversal of fortune. It also means you will get ugly surprises. Dreams of okra farm also mean interest in farming or gardening after realizing certain bad things about your lifestyle. Dream of okra farm and you are not present in the dream means you will be bypassed or your ideas will be overlooked. It also means sudden problems related to food. Dreaming of okra farm and you are present in the dream means success after hard work. It also means you will face some lifestyle diseases. Dreams of okra farm going bad or seeing worms while cutting are a sign of frustration. It also means you will find some hidden secret in your relationship. The dream of colorful okra farm means getting into arguments over trivial matters. It also means mistaken identity. Dream of okra farm and you wake up happy is a sign of peace and prosperity. It also means something good will happen in near

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Thursday, 1 December 2022 – It is Shukla Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waxing or light phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Shukla Paksha Ashtami tithi or the eighth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 11:34 AM on December 1. Then onward it is Shukla Paksha Navami tithi or the ninth day during the waxing or light phase of moon till 9:49 AM on December 2. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.)  Good – Auspicious time on December 1, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – There is no good and auspicious time on the entire day.  Nakshatra  – Satabhisha or Sadayam or Chathayam nakshatra till 10:47 AM on December 1. Then onward it is Purva Bhadrapada or Pooruruttathi nakshatra till 9:43 AM on December 2. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, nort