Hari Om Holi Festival IN DAYS of yore, there were communities of cannibals in India. They caused much havoc. They threatened the lives of many innocent people. One of them was Holika or Putana. She took immense delight in devouring children. Sri Krishna destroyed her and thus saved the little children. Even today, the effigy … Continue reading Holi Festival – Significance and Relevance
Hari Om Sankashti Chaturthi (Hindi: संकष्टी चतुर्थी, Telugu: సంకటహర చతుర్థి, Tamil: சங்கடஹர சதுர்த்தி, Gujarati: સંકષ્ટી ચતુર્થી ) also called Sankatahara Chaturthi in south Indian states, is an auspicious festival for Hindus, celebrated in honour of Lord Ganesha. Each lunar month in Hindu calendar has two Chaturthi Tithis. The one after Purnimasi or full moon during … Continue reading Sankatahara Chaturthi – The Important Vrat Ritual
Hari Om Tom 8th February 2020 is Thai Poosam this year. Please read the following slide to know about this Festival of Lord Muruga. Thaipoosam at Sikkal Sri Singaravelar Temple: https://youtu.be/qcidFvMg3XI GF' Blessings.
Hari Om Sri Siva Surya Narayanaya Namaha! Ratha Sapthami (Birth day of Surya Bhagawan - Surya Jayanthi) falls on 1st February 2020 this year. Ratha Saptami is dedicated to Lord Surya, the Hindu Sun God. As per the tradition in Hinduism, Lord Surya is believed to ride a chariot driven by seven horses – this … Continue reading Ratha Sapthami (Birth day of Surya Bhagawan)
Hari Om Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious day for the Hindus, and is celebrated in almost all parts of the country in innumerable cultural forms, with great devotion, enthusiasm, passion & gaiety. It is a day for which Bhishma Pitamah kept waiting to leave his mortal coil. Makar Sankranti is the day … Continue reading About Makar Sankranti
Hari Om In southern parts of India, the first day of the four-day Pongal (Makar Sankranti) festival is known as Bhogi. The date coincides with the final day of the Tamil month Margazhi, and in the Gregorian calendar it is usually on 13th January, but can also take sometimes place on 14th January. It is … Continue reading Bhogi Festival
Hari Om Pongal is one of the most popular harvest festivals of South India, mainly of Tamil Nadu. Pongal marks the first day of the sun’s journey in every year towards the northern hemisphere, also known as Makar Sankranti. Pongal falls in the mid-January every year and marks the auspicious beginning of Uttarayan – Sun’s … Continue reading Four Days of Pongal Festival (Makara Sankranti)
Hari Om Om Namassivaya ! Arudra Darshan (a Tamil festival) which is dedicated to Lord Shiva (Sri Nataraja) falls on 10th January 2020 in Thivadhirai star of Margazhi month. How to make Thiruvathirai Kali: https://youtu.be/tXBz8P-kK70 Om Namassivaya ! GF' Blessings.
Hari Om Om Namo Narayanaya ! Om Namo Venkateshaya! Today (6th Jan 2020) - Vaikunta Ekadashi Sorga Vasal (Gate to Heaven) Dharshan at Sri Madhava Perumal Temple, Chennai https://youtu.be/eyS9NFnH1rc https://youtu.be/1ZOn8pZ07Ew https://youtu.be/iJZlKGtzVZg https://youtu.be/LP0ZEMCAsuo GF' Blessings.....🙏😊🙏
Hari OM Vaikunta Ekadashi (6th January 2020) Om Namo Venkateshaya! Vaikunta Ekadashi, or Mukkoti Ekadasi, is the most important of the twenty four Ekadashi observances in South India. Fasting and all night prayer dedicated to Lord Vishnu is the main observance of the day. It is believed that venerating Lord Vishnu on Vaikunda Ekadasi will … Continue reading Vaikunta Ekadashi – Significance and Guidelines