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  • 10/31/2022 11:22 AM 0 Posted in News By web design

    What is puja? Puja is idolization. Puja is the practice of honouring the creator, a spirit, or any other aspect of the divine through chanting, singing, meditating, and other forms of ritual behaviour. Making a spiritual connection with the almighty is an essential component of puja for the Hindu devotee.

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  • 10/30/2022 12:36 PM 0

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    The world famous Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala remains continuously open only during the famous Makaravilaku – Mandala Puja season (November – December – January). In 2022, the date of opening of the Ayyappa Temple for Mandalam season is November 17.

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  • 10/29/2022 11:54 AM 0

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    Lord Shiva is supposed to have taken the form of the 'Arunachala hill' in Tiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu.

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  • 10/28/2022 12:15 PM 0

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    Sri Chandrasekharendra Sarasvati, the 68th Peethadhipati of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti pitha, was pre-eminent among the realised souls, a true brahmavadin, whose grace is felt even now by inumerable devotess across the world. he 122nd jayanti of this "Walking God", who adorned the pitha for 87 years is to be celebrated on 2nd June.

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  • 9/29/2022 12:51 PM 1

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    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.

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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.

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  • 9/24/2022 11:27 AM 0

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    Kushmanda is the fourth manifestation of Goddess Durga. She is adored and worshipped on the fourth day of Navaratri. She dwells in the abode of Sun God. That is why her hue and splendour is as brilliant as the sun itself. It is her splendour that pervades every plant and creature of this universe. All the ten quarters are illuminated by her divine refulgence.

     

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  • 8/31/2022 10:18 AM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading

    This day is celebrated in the honor of the birthday of the Father of the nation, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi or Bapuji.

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  • 6/13/2022 3:28 PM 0

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    Chandraghanta is the third form of Navadurga. In this form, Durga is 10-armed and rides a tiger. This is a terrible aspect and roaring in anger. This form of Durga is completely different from earlier forms and shows when provoked, she can be terrible or malevolent.

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  • 6/12/2022 1:38 PM 0

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    Brahmacharini is the second form of Navdurga. In this form, Durga is two-armed, clad in white and carries a rudraksha mala and sacred Kamandalu. She is in a highly pious and peaceful form or is in meditation. This form of Durga is related to the severe penance undertaken by Sati and Parvati in their respective births to attain Lord Shiva as husband.

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  • 6/11/2022 2:28 PM 0

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    Among the Nine Durgas, Maa Shailaputri is considered to be the first manifestation of Goddess Durga. She carries the trishul and lotus in her hands. Her vehicle is Bull and Nandi. History of Goddess Shailaputi According to the narration, her birth has been described in scriptures like Shivapurana and Devi Bagvaatam Maa.

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  • Ganesh Chaturthi / Vinayagar Chaturthi commemorates the birthday of Lord Ganesh. On this day, beautiful handcrafted idols of the Lord are installed both in homes and in public.

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  • Krishna Jayanthi, one of the biggest festivals celebrated all over India. Birth of Shri Krishna is considered as descending of Lord Vishnu himself on Earth. Krishna is known for his mischievousness, romantic lover, saviour of Dharma, author and narrator of one of the greatest Indian scriptures BhagavatGita.

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  • 6/8/2022 10:52 AM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar

    Independence Day, one of the three National holidays in India (the other two being the Republic Day on 26 January and Mahatma Gandhi's birthday on 2 October), is observed in all Indian states and union territories.

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  • 6/7/2022 12:01 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar

    Jagadguru Sri Jayendra Saraswathi Shankaracharya (born Subramanyam Mahadeva 18 July 1935 – 28 February 2018) was the 69th Shankaracharya Guru and head or pontiff of the Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham.

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  • 6/6/2022 12:20 PM 0

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    Aadi Masam or Aadi is the fourth month in Tamil Calendar and is termed auspicious by many, as the whole month is filled with devotion and many Special Occassions. In 2022, the Aadi Masam begins on July 17 and ends on August 16.  

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  • 6/5/2022 11:39 AM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading

    Varamahalakshmi Vrata is a festival to propitiate the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Vishnu, one of the Hindu Trinity. Varalakshmi is one who grants boons (Vara).

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  • Vasant Navratri, also known as Vasant Navratras, begins on March 29, 2017. This festival of nine nights in Hinduism is dedicated to Goddess Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. It is also known as Chaitra Navratras or Spring Navratri or Basant Navratri. As this Navratra coincides with Ram Navami, it also referred as Ram Navratri. The dates are from March 29, 2017 to April 5, 2017.Read More
  • 5/21/2022 4:23 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar

    Kanchi Maha Periyava, the 68th Jagadguru of the Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham

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  • 5/20/2022 2:17 PM 0

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    The hallowed full moon day in the month of Vaikāsi, under the Visākam star is the Vaikāsi Pournima also termed Vaisāki Paurnima. The Vaikāsi moonlight floods the world with a glorious effulgence making the over arching sky infinite and vast. In our tropical skies, the moon, 'slowly and silently walks the night in her silver shoon.'

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  • 5/18/2022 5:30 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar
    Aadi Krithigai is an important festival celebrated in the Tamil month of Adi or Aadi. In 2017, the date of Aadi Krithigai is August 15. The festival is dedicated to Lord Muruga or Subrahamaniya. Incidentally, the festival is also referred as Aadi Krittika, Kirthigai, Kritika and Krithika. The festival is celebrated with fervor in the Murugan Temples in Tamil Nadu.

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  • Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was an Indian spiritualist and yogi amid the nineteenth century. Ramakrishna was given to profound ecstasies from a youthful age, and was impacted by a few religious conventions, including commitment toward the goddess Kali, Tantra, Vaishnava bhakti, and Advaita Vedanta.

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  • Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most important days in Hindu calendar. It is observed on Shukla Paksha Tritiya i.e. the third day during bright half of Vaishakha lunar month in Hindu calendar.

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  • 2/8/2022 2:55 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar
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    Shivaratri, or Mahashivratri, is the night of Shiva and one of the most auspicious days dedicated to Lord Shiva. The day and night is for devotion and prayer to Siva. Maha Shivratri is the day when prayers and worship are given more importance. There is no fun or merrymaking as in other Hindu festivals.Always remember that the origin of Shivratri is traced to a hunter who was an ardent Shiva Bhakta.

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  • 12/4/2021 3:49 PM 0 Posted in News By R.M.S.Sangeetha
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    Koodaravalli (Koodaraivalli) is a function celebrated based on Andal's 27th pasuram

    Among the Azhwars, Sri Andal is the only women. Her devotion to Lord Ranganathar gave rise to many pasurams. She sang the Thiruppavai containing 30 verses – one verse for each day of Margazhi (December – January) – in praise of Lord Narayana.

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  • 12/3/2021 5:22 PM 0

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    நடராஜப் பெருமானின் ஆனந்த தாண்டவ அற்புதத்தை, அதன் தத்துவங்களை மஹாவிஷ்ணு லக்ஷ்மியிடம், நாரதரிடம், தன்னை தரிசிக்க வந்த முனிவர்களிடம், யோகிகளிடம் சொல்லக் கேட்டுக்கேட்டு, அருகிலிருந்த ஆதிசேஷனுக்கு சிவதாண்டவத்தைத் திருவாதிரையன்று காண ஆசை வந்தது. தவமிருந்தார். தில்லைக்கு ஆதிரையன்று வரும்படி அருளினான் கூத்தன். மகிழ்ச்சியோடு பாதி பாம்பாகவும், பாதி மானிட வடிவுடனும் சிதம்பரத்திற்கு விரைந்த பதஞ்ஜலி (ஆதிசேஷன்) ஆதிரை நாளுக்காகக் காத்திருந்தார்.

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  • 12/2/2021 2:56 PM 0

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    Adorning a mala of Sphatika strengthens purpose in life, diminishes stress, supports healing abilities and helps with centering (balancing or soothing). The Sphatika Mala is said to have spiritual powers; it renders peace and calms the stressed mind.

    This has the capability to reduce body heat.

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  • 11/26/2021 6:10 PM 0 Posted in News By R.M.S.SANGEETHA

    Rudraksha is one of the most potent symbols used in Hinduism. It  is considered to be the most potent manifestation of the Cosmic Force. Rudraksha is a blessing from Lord Shiva himself to protect mankind from worldly sufferings and miseries.

    Rudraksha is not a mere bead of ornamental value, it is potent life-changer. In general the wearer and the worshipper of Rudraksha is blessed with prosperity, peace and health. There are many rules prescribed for consecrating and wearing the Rudraksha.

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  • 11/26/2021 5:59 PM 0 Posted in News By R.M.S.SANGEETHA

    Rudraksha which is a divine form of Lord Shiva, has enormous hidden power which can be invoked and put to effect by practices  such as Mantra japa, Dhyana etc. It is said that the virtue acquired by touching and worshipping Rudraksha brings about destruction of all evils.

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  • 11/26/2021 5:33 PM 0 Posted in News By R.M.S.SANGEETHA

    Rudraksha is one of the most potent symbols used in Hinduism. It  is considered to be the most potent manifestation of the Cosmic Force. Rudraksha is a blessing from Lord Shiva himself to protect mankind from worldly sufferings and miseries. 

    Yogis and Monks have found that merely wearing the Rudraksha Beads gave them astonishingly tremendous amount of tranquility, and concentration that helped them meditate for a longer period of time with spectacular control over their mind.

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  • 11/26/2021 5:17 PM 0 Posted in News By R M S SANGEETHA

    The term ‘Rudraksha’ is used to refer to both the fruit as well as Rudraksha tree. Etymologically the word Rudraksha means-the eye of Rudra [Shiva]. The legend has it that the tree sprang from the tear drop of Rudra, hence Rudraksha is the object of veneration. This Rudraksha is closest to Shiva’s heart. It is extremely sacred.

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  • 8/2/2021 2:43 PM 0

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    Sri Shankara Vijayendra Saraswathi (born March 13, 1969 as Sankaran in a village called Thandalam, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu) is the 70th Shankaracharya (guru and head or pontiff, Peetadhipathi) of the Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, a Hindu religious institution.

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  • 8/1/2021 5:20 PM 0

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    Vivekananda was conceived by Narendranath Datta in a Kayastha family at his hereditary home at 3 Gourmohan Mukherjee Street in Calcutta, the capital of British India, on 12 January 1863 amid the Makar Sankranti celebration. He had a place with a conventional family and was one of nine kin.

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  • 7/31/2021 5:17 PM 0 Posted in News By sangeetha R.M.S

     

    Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti is observed on the 5th day during the waxing of the moon in the month of Vaisakha (April – May). In 2017, the date of Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti is April 30. Scholars differ regarding the period in which Adi Shankara lived but his birthday is celebrated annually on the same day

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  • 7/30/2021 5:12 PM 0

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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. The celebrations mark the history and significance of Dussehra. This year Vijaya Dhasami is going to celebrate on 8th October.

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  • 7/29/2021 5:05 PM 0

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    Ratha Saptami is emblematic of the difference in the season to spring and the beginning of the gathering season. For most Indian agriculturists, it is a propitious start to the New Year. The celebration is seen by all Hindus in their homes and in incalculable sanctuaries committed to Surya, crosswise over India.

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  • 7/10/2021 5:00 PM 0 Posted in News By sangeetha R.M.S

     

     

    Sri Rama was born on Navami, the ninth day of the month of Chaitra, in the fourth quarter of the Punarvasu star. The birth of Sri Rama is celebrated as Ramajanmotsava. The birth of the Lord as purnavatara was to annihilate Asuras and restore dharma in the world. Though born in an affluent family, Rama lived and practiced dharma as a common man. He taught with his actions and not merely by his words

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  • 7/1/2021 1:32 PM 0

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    Aani Uthram is widely believed to be the day when Lord Shiva appeared before the holy Saint Manikkavachakar underneath a Kurundai tree in order to offer. It is the most important festival celebrated during Aani month in Tamil Nadu. Aani Thirumanjanam falls on the day of Uthira Nakshatram in the month of Aani (May-June)

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  • 4/19/2021 2:44 PM 0

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    Vaikashi Shukla Chaturdashi is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanti. Lord Narasimha was the 4th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

    On Narasimha Jayanti Day Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Narasimha, a half lion and half man, to kill Demon Hiranyakashipu.

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  • 3/28/2021 2:48 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar

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    Vasantha means “spring” Nava means “Nine” and ratris means “Nights”. This ritual is observed twice a year, in spring and in autumn. "Vasanta Navaratri" or Spring Navaratri is nine days of fast and worship that Hindus undertake during spring every year.

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  • 3/20/2021 11:00 AM 0 Posted in News By sangeetha R.M.S

    Aadi Masam or Aadi is the fourth month in Tamil Calendar and is termed auspicious by many, as the whole month is filled with devotion and many Special Occassions. In 2021, the Aadi Masam begins on July 17 and ends on August 16.  

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  • Sri Ramanuja Acharya (1017-1137 C.E.) was a great Hindu philosopher and thinker. He is the most venerated Acharya in the philosophy of Sri Vaishnavism. He was born in 11th century in the village of Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu in 1017 CE.

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  • 11/25/2020 2:36 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar

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  • 11/24/2020 4:30 PM 0

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    Tamil Puthandu, also known as Puthuvarusham or Tamil New Year, is the first day of year on the Tamil calendar. The festival date is set with the solar cycle of the lunisolar Hindu calendar, as the first day of the Tamil month Chithirai.

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  • 11/23/2020 2:00 PM 0 Posted in News By Kani Kumar

    (Ugadi, Samvatsaradi, Yugadi) is the New Year's Day for the Hindus of Karnataka Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana states in India. It is merrily seen in these locales on the primary day of the Hindu lunisolar schedule month of Chaitra. This normally falls in March or April of the Gregorian date-book. 

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  • 11/22/2020 2:37 PM 0

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    Panguni Uthiram is an important day for Tamil Hindus. It is observed in Panguni month when Nakshatra Uthiram or Uttara Phalguni prevails.

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  • 11/14/2020 3:27 PM 0

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    Tyagaraja Aradhana is the yearly aradhana of Telugu holy person arranger Tyagaraja. Carnatic artists from everywhere throughout the world dive and pay praise to the holy person. The aradhana is seen on Pushya Bahula Panchami day when the holy person accomplished samadhi.

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  • 11/1/2020 1:01 PM 0 Posted in News By aarthi aarthi
     
     

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  • 9/18/2020 11:33 AM 0 Posted in News By silambarasan seo

    Vaikunta Ekadashi is one of the most important Ekadasis. Ekadashi is an auspicious day dedicated to Bhagavan Srihari Vishnu and falls on the eleventh day of every lunar fortnight in the traditional Hindu calendar.

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