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Oblation Of Food In Yajna – Anna Homa

Anna Homa, or oblation of food during yajna in Hinduism, is a subsidiary rite performed when famous Vedic sacrifices like Ashvamedha and Vajapeya are conducted. The main offerings in Anna Homa are grains, ghee, powdered barley, rice, wheat and other cereals. It is offered at the sacrificial fire in yajna beore sunrise. It is believed that offering will please the deities and they will bless the performed with nourishment and desire fulfillment.

Amrit Siddhi Yoga Muhurat July 2023

Amrit Siddhi Yoga, also referred as Amrut Siddha Yog, is an auspicious period as per Hindu panchang and calendar. Amrit Siddhi Yoga July 2023 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 July 2023 Sunrise to 11:13 PM on July 11 From 4:59 PM on July 23 to before sunrise on July 24 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.

Pundarika Vittala – Musician – Author Of Musical Texts

Pundarika Vittala was an author of musical texts and musician of the 16 th century CE. He was born at Satanurva village near Shivaganga Hills in Karnataka. His parents were Vitthalaraya and Nagamba. Pundarika Vitthala was a contemporary of the legendary musician Tansen and Goswami Tulsidas the author of Ramcharitmanas. He was well versed in Sanskrit and Kannada languages, beside music and dance. Pundarika Vitthala is the author of a quartet of works on music, Sadragacandrodayam, Nartananimayam, Ragamala and Raga Manjari. Sadragacandrodayam contains autobiographical details of the artist beside his theoretical expostulations on the nineteen musical scales and 65 ragas. Pundalika has dedicated this work to his patron, Burhan Khan. Ragamanjari mentions 15 Parasikeya (of Persian origin) ragas, some of which have now become defunct. According to the noted musicologist T.S.Parthasarathy, Pundarika Vittala was, perhaps the only theoretician who was well-versed in both raga-ragini and m

Good Dates For Car Delivery in July 2023 As per Hindu Calendar

Good and auspicious dates for car delivery in July 2023 are based on good rashi, nakshatra, tithi and other calculation in Hindu Astrology. The entire time on the days is good for the purpose until mentioned otherwise. The dates are good for delivery of truck, car, bike, and other vehicles. Please note that these are the dates to get the car home and it is not for paying the first amount. We have prepared these dates after studying various Hindu panchangs and calendars. This is not a computer-generated list. Good dates For Car Delivery in July 2023 July 1 good time for car delivery till 3:00 PM July 5 good time for car delivery till 8:13 PM July 7 July 9 July 10 July 11 July 14 good time for car delivery till 7:10 PM July 19 July 23 July 24 July 25 good time for car delivery till 3:01 PM July 26 July 28

Mangad Theru Kannikkorumakan Temple – Theyyam – Kaliyattam Festival

Mangad Theru Kannikkorumakan temple is located at Mangad in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Kannikkorumakan n and popular deities that are worshipped in kavu and tharavadu in Kannur region. The annual theyyam kaliyattam thira festival in the temple is held for two days in Dhanu Masam – Dhanu 5, and Dhanu 6 (December 20 and December 21). The theyyams that are performed in this temple during kaliyattam festival are Kannikkorumakan theyyam and Gulikan theyyam. This is a small traditional Kerala style temple with a decorated small chathura sreekovil. There are no major structures. Other deities popularly worshipped in tharavadu in Kannur region are also worshipped in the temple in small sreekovils and square platforms. The annual festival days are noted various unique pujas and rituals, melam, decoration and music.

Thankayam Sree Kakkunnathu Kizhakkeppura Tharavad Temple – Theyyam Kaliyattam Festival

Thankayam Sree Kakkunnathu Kizhakkeppura Tharavad temple is located at Thankayam near Thrikaripur in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Bhagavathy and Daivam and popular deities that are worshipped in kavu and tharavadu in Kannur region. The annual theyyam kaliyattam thira festival in the temple is held for two days in Dhanu Masam – Dhanu 1, and Dhanu 2 (December 16 and December 17). The theyyams that are performed in this temple during kaliyattam festival are Aayitti Bhagavathy theyyam, Achan Daivam theyyam, Ankakkulangara Bhagavathy theyyam, Gulikan theyyam, Kundor Chamundi theyyam, Raktha Chamundi theyyam and Vishnumoorthi theyyam. This is a small traditional Kerala style temple with a decorated small chathura sreekovil. There are no major structures. Other deities popularly worshipped in tharavadu in Kannur region are also worshipped in the temple in small sreekovils and square platforms. The annual festival days are noted various unique pujas and rituals, me

Pavai Nombu During Margazhi Month - Margali Nombu In Tamil Margali Masam

Pavai Nombu, also known as Margali Nonbu, is observed in Tamil Nadu during Margazhi masam or Margali month. It is said that Andal performed Pavai Nonbu to merge with Sri Ranganatha (Lord Vishnu). Pavai Nombu is performed by women for prosperity and to get good husbands. The history of Pavai Nonbu is more than 2000 years old and is mentioned in the early Tamil scriptures. In 2022, Margali month begins on December 16 and ends on January 14, 2023. Importance of Margali Nombu The history of Pavai Nonbu is more than 2000 years old and is mentioned in the early Tamil scriptures. The ritual is observed on all the days in the Margazhi Masam. The popular belief is that Andal performed Pavai Nonbu to merge with Sri Ranganatha (Lord Vishnu).  Pavai Nonbu is performed by women to get good husbands and for peace and prosperity. Why is Pavai Nombu Observed? - The Story and Reason The general belief is that the Pavai Nombu was observed for Katyayani (a form of Durga). It is said that

Thalassery Chettamkunnu Kalathil Koolothu Kuttichathan Temple – Kaliyattam – Theyyam Festival

Thalassery Chettamkunnu Kalathil Koolothu Kuttichathan temple is located at Chettam Kunnu near Thalassery in Kannur district, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Kuttichathan and popular deities that are worshipped in kavu and tharavadu in Kannur region. The annual theyyam kaliyattam thira festival in the temple is held for two days in Dhanu Masam – Dhanu 13, and Dhanu 14 (December 28 and December 29). The theyyams that are performed in this temple during kaliyattam festival are Sasthappan or Kuttichathan theyyam, Khandakarnan theyyam, Ucchhita Bhagavathy theyyam and Gulikan theyyam. This is a small traditional Kerala style temple with a decorated small chathura sreekovil. There are no major structures. Other deities popularly worshipped in Kavu and temples in Kannur region are also worshipped in the temple in small sreekovils and square platforms. The annual festival days are noted various unique pujas and rituals, melam, decoration, music, and traditional temple performing art f

Malaparamba Mattummal Narasimha Moorthy Temple – History – Festival

Malaparamba Mattummal Narasimha Moorthy temple is located at Malaparamba near Palachod – Kolathur in Malappuram district, Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Narasimha Avatar of Bhagwan Vishnu. The annual Narasimha Jayanti festival held in Vaishakh month is an important day in the shrine. Sri Narasimha Moorthy Temple is located on a beautiful hillock called Malaparamba, 4 km south-west of Angadipuram near Perinthalmanna. According to astrological calculations the antiquity of the temple goes back to nearly 4,000 years. It is believed that owing to the unique sanctity of this place, many Rishis had conducted penance here in ancient times. One such Rishi is said to have had a darshan of Maha Vishnu in the Narasimha Avatar form. He then initiated the construction of the Narasimha Moorthy temple for the benefit of the public at large. In course of time the temple gained name and fame, attracting devotees from far and wide though the temple faced many vicissitudes during the centuries that

Kannur Chala Kottamkunnu Adimuliyadan Temple – Theyyam Festival

Kannur Chala Kottamkunnu Adimuliyadan temple is located at Chala in Kannur, Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Adimuliyadan and popular deities that are worshipped in kavu and tharavadu in Kannur region. The annual theyyam kaliyattam thira festival in the temple is held for three days in Makara Masam – Makarm 2, Makaram 3 and Makaram 4 (January 16, January 17 and January 18). The theyyams that are performed in this temple during kaliyattam festival are Adimuliyadan Daivam theyyam, Karivedan theyyam and Gulikan theyyam. This is a small traditional Kerala style temple with a decorated small chathura sreekovil. There are no major structures. Other deities popularly worshipped in Kavu and temples in Kannur region are also worshipped in the temple in small sreekovils and square platforms. The annual festival days are noted various unique pujas and rituals, melam, decoration, music, and traditional temple performing art forms. Sankranti and Vishu are important days in the temple.

Dreaming Of Buying A Knife – Meaning

Dreaming of buying a knife is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will not be thinking properly in near future and this might cause hardships. It also means revenge. Dreams of buying a knife means you might cut off a relationship. It also means problems in an association that you are a member of and you might decide to end the association. Dreaming of buying a knife and you are seen in the dream throughout means you will decide to avenge an insult. It also means getting carried away as part of group and doing something that cannot be reversed. Dream of buying a knife and it is by someone else means you will face physical attack from jealous person. It also means people might mistake you for someone else. Dreams of buying a knife and you wake up happy and elated means you will soon be filled with vengeance. It also means suicide and destructive thoughts arising out rejection or other troubles.

Dreaming Of Overdose – Meaning

Dreaming of overdose is a bad omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will face medical emergency near future. It also means you will have to do lot of explanation to your family or authorities. Dream also means self doubt and confusion. You will face disappointments and will have suicidal thoughts. Dreams of overdose and you wake up terrified or sad means you will be tricked into doing something that will cause health issues and accidents. It also means embarrassment and shameful incidents. Dream of overdose and you are not seen in the dream means people will talk ill about you when you are not around. It also means scandal or gossips about you. Dreaming of overdose and you are seen with other people in the dream means doing something nasty as part of a group. It also means going on a trip with group that do not follows laws or social customs. Dreams of overdose and you are seen happy in the dream means doing kinky things or getting attracted to weird a

Pious Intention Should Be Put Into Action – Thoughts

If sense discipline and mind control are the way towards desirelessness, why don’t most people take to it even when the time is ripe for it? Man does not turn to a sense-transcendent spiritual Reality, or God, unless and until he is through with all desires for enjoyment. It is only when he is fed up with worldly enjoyments that he calls on God and God too responds. Till then, God lets him be happy in pursuit of worldly pleasures. In his inimitable way Sri Ramakrishna gives an example from everyday life to illustrate this truth: ‘So long as the child remains engrossed with its toys, the mother looks after her cooking and other household duties. But when the child no longer relishes the toys, it throws them aside and yells for its mother. Then the mother takes the rice-pot down from the hearth, runs in haste, and takes the child in her arms.’ According to the Gita, only a few among thousands strive for perfection; among such rare ones only a few know God in Reality. A true aspirant to

Dreaming Of Overflowing River – Meaning

Dreaming of overflowing river is a bad omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. It means destruction and losing things that you value. Overflowing river consumes everything and takes them away to a distant place. So dreaming of overflowing river means you are not valuing what you have and are looking for something else and in this search you will lose whatever good you have now. Dreams of overflowing river also mean natural calamities or manmade problems changing your life forever. Dreaming of overflowing river is a warning to value what you have. Focusing too much on happiness somewhere else and ignoring the people who love you will only lead to complete destruction. Dreaming of standing and watching overflowing river means you will be helpless when you face accidents in near future. Dreaming of you in overflowing river means your actions and bad habits are going to drown you. Your anger, short temper and lust will pull you down. Dreaming of overflowing river waters chasi

Dreaming Of Oversleeping – Meaning

Dreaming of oversleeping is a warning sign as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will be late for an important appointment in near future. It also means you missing a deadline or unable to keep a promise. Dreams of oversleeping also mean hard work and exhaustion. It also means lot of physical work. Dream of oversleeping and you see colors mean you will get much required rest. It also means you will be happy to find someone who can do your work and give you some spare time and freedom. Dreaming of oversleeping and you wake up terrified or sad means missed opportunity. It also means bad attitude and carelessness causing damage to career, wealth and relationship. Dreams of oversleeping and you see other people in the dream mean you might fall asleep in public place or public transport. It also means you will have do lot of extra things to make up for a loss you created.

Dreaming Of Overflowing Toilet – Meaning

Dreaming of overflowing toilet is a bad omen as per dream meaning and interpretation. The dream means you will face unpleasant incidents in life soon. It also means you might face embarrassing situation in life. Dreams of overflowing toilet also mean witnessing weird things. It also means you being part of an eccentric idea or doing kinky things. Dreaming of overflowing toilet and if it is of your house then you can expect unexpected problems in your family life. There can be both health issues and relationship issues. It also means loss of money and reputation. Dream of overflowing toilet and you have not seen it before means you will be forced to go to a new place and there you might face disturbing situations. Dreaming of overflowing toilet with other people in it means you will be maligned through scandal. People will try to spread false news about you. Dream of overflowing toilet and you are happy or elated then it means you might do something naughty and it will cause pro

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

Tithi in Panchang – Hindu Calendar on Tuesday, 20 December 2022 – It is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waning or dark phase of moon in Hindu calendar and Panchang in most regions. It is Krishna Paksha Dwadashi tithi or the twelfth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 9:20 PM on December 20. Then onward it is Krishna Paksha Trayodashi tithi or the thirteenth day during the waning or dark phase of moon till 7:56 PM on December 21. (Time applicable in all north, south and eastern parts of India. All time based on India Standard Time.)  Good – Auspicious time on December 20, 2022 as per Hindu Calendar – Good and auspicious time till 9:54 AM.  Nakshatra  – Swathi or Chothi nakshatra till 6:41 AM on December 20. Then onward it is Vishaka or Vishakam nakshatra till 6:09 AM on December 21. (Time applicable in north, south and eastern parts of India).  In western parts of India (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, north Karnataka and south Rajasthan),