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  • 10/16/2017 1:00 PM 0

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    Karthigai Deepam is a Hindu festival which is celebrated mainly by Tamil Hindus. The day of Karthigai Deepam is fixed based on Tamil Solar Calendar. It falls in the month of Karthikai when Karthigai Nakshatra prevails during Ratrimana. This is also the time when Karthigai Nakshatra coincides with Pournami, the full moon day in the month of Karthikai.

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  • 10/15/2017 12:36 PM 0

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    Ayyappan
    The world famous Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala remains continuously open only during the famous Makaravilaku – Mandala Puja season (November – December – January). In 2017, the date of opening of the Ayyappa Temple for Mandalam season is November 17. Here is the schedule for the Sabarimala Pilgrimage in 2017 - 2018: The two month pilgrim season, popularly known as Mandala Kalam, attracts millions of devotees to this hill shrine dedicated to Sastha or Ayyappa. The annual pilgrimage begins in mid November and ends in mid January with the MakaravilakkuRead More
  • 10/14/2017 12:51 PM 1

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    Skanda Sashti

    Skanda is a popular Hindu deity especially among Tamil Hindus. Lord Skanda is son of God Shiva and Goddess Parvati. In south India, Skanda is considered as the younger brother of Lord Ganesha while in north India Skanda is considered as the elder brother of Lord Ganesha. God Skanda is also known as Murugan, Kartikeyan and Subramanya.

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  • 9/28/2017 3:13 PM 0

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    Deepavali, a festival of lights is one of the biggest and most anticipated festivals of the year in India. The name Deepavali reminds of crackers, sweets, new clothes and tasty food moreover it is not just one day festival but a five day celebration with a lot of lights and participation in the family that brings unity and joy. This year, Deepavali falls on18th October 2017. Deepavali starts with Dhanteras that falls two days before Deepavali followed by Naraka Chaturdashi/Choti Deepavali, Lakshmi Puja/Badi Deepavali, Padwa/Varsha Pratipada, Bhai Dooj as the last day of the 5 day Deepavali festival.

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  • 9/22/2017 5:21 PM 0

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    Each Tamil month is very special. Apart from important festivals, Purattasi month deserves very special compared to other months. An important celestial occurrence happens in this month. Want to know what they were. Then this article will help you know. Read and enjoy it.

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  • India is known as the land of festivals and celebrations. Several traditional festivals will be celebrated throughout the country, and one among them is Dussehra. Every region in India celebrates this festival with utmost devotion and respect.

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  • 9/12/2017 6:38 PM 0

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    Vijayadashami is the last day of the 10-day Dasara festival and the day after the nine-day Navratri festival. The murtis of Goddess Durga are immersed on the day. Vijayadasami 2017 date is September 30. Vijaya Dasami is observed as Vidayarambham in Kerala (September 30, 2017 as per Malayalam calendar). Saraswati Puja comes to an end in many regions with Saraswati Balidan Puja on the day.

    Symbolically, Vijayadasami is the victory of Good over Evil – Goddess Durga annihilating Demon Mahisha and Lord Ram defeating Ravana.

    Symbolically, these wars are the prolonged struggle against the ego and ignorance in each human being. After the struggle there is the day of new beginning – Vijaya Dasami.

    Goddess Durga Murtis worshipped during Durga Puja are immersed in water on the day.

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  • 9/12/2017 6:17 PM 0

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    The last three days of the nine-day Navratri festival is observed as Saraswati Puja by many Hindu communities especially in western and southern parts of India. Goddess Saraswathi, the Hindu Goddess of Knowledge and Learning, is worshipped during the period. Saraswati Puja 2017 during Navratri begins on September 28 and ends on September 30 in most places especially in South India.

    Different Hindu communities have different method of propitiating and worshipping Goddess Saraswati during Navratri.

    In western parts of India especially in Maharashtra the rituals begin with Saraswati Avahan (September 27, 2017), Saraswati Pradan Puja (September 28, 2017) and Saraswati Balidan Puja and Saraswati Visarjan (September 29, 2017).

    In Kerala, the important Saraswati Puja is held on the last day of Navratri and on the Vijaya Dasami day. On the last day of Navratri all books are kept for Puja and is taken after proper rituals and worship on the next day which is observed as Vidyarambham day (September 30, 2017). Small children are initiated into the world of letters and knowledge on the day.

    In Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, the last three days of Navratri is dedicated to Saraswathi Puja and also involves the Ayuda Puja.

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  • In this form, Durga is seated on a lotus and is four armed. She holds a lotus, mace, discus and book. In this form Durga removes ignorance and she provides the knowledge to realize Brahman. She is surrounded by Siddhas, Gandharvas, Yakshas, Demons and Gods who are worshipping her. The Siddhi that she provides is the realization that only she exists. Siddhidayini form of Durga is worshipped on the ninth day of Navaratri. She is the mistress of all achievements and perfections.

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  • In this form, Durga is four-armed and she rides on a bull or a white elephant. She carries a trishul and damaru. Two hands are in blessing posture. She is pure and believed to have been in the form of Maata Parvati when she did penance to get Shiva as her husband. Purity is depicted in this form of Durga. MahaGowri form of Durga is worshipped on the eighth day of Navaratri.

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