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June 2020

Ekadashi – The Day of Fasting

June 2

The traditional system of Ekadashi vrata is to fast and stay awake all night chanting the Lord's glories. Need to take only one simple meal before nightfall on Dasami (the day before Ekadashi), and a similar simple meal on Dvadasi (the day after Ekadashi ) Ekadasi  means a change of diet. Many of them hardly even notice Ekadashi coming and going. But Ekadashi observance means more than refraining from eating grains. The traditional system of Ekadashi vrata is to fast…

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Swati Lakshmi Narasimha Vratam

June 3

Swati Nakshatram is the birth star of Lord Narasimha Swamy. ( Half Lion and Half Man God). It is essential to follow Swati Vratam to fulfill all the worldly desires. You do the Vratam for 5 months, you and your family shall be blessed abundantly for sure by Lord Narasimha. Jai Narasimha Dev!! Procedure  to do the Vratam. Get up in the morning and pray the Lord Narasimha and need to fast till the afternoon and can have  fruit for…

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Pradosham – Om Namah Shivaya !!

June 3

Pradosham is a bimonthly occasion on the thirteenth day of every fortnight in Lunar calendar of vedic tradition. It is a prayer offered for Bhagwan Shiv and Parvati Mata. The auspicious period is 1.5 hours before and after the sunset is one of the optimum time for worshiping of Lord Shiva. On Pradosham fast, people observe Vrat from sunrise to sunset, then perform Lord Shiva's Puja and end Pradosh Vrat. You can also visit Lord Shiva’s temple and perform Pradosh…

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July 2020

Aadi Pooram – Sri Andal’s Birthday

July 24

This festival is also called as 'Aandal Jayanti. It ' is a prime festival for Tamilians. This festival is dedicated to Goddess Andal,  who is an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. Aadi Pooram is celebrated during the month of 'Aadi' in Tamil calendar that falls in the months of July-August in the English calendar. Andal  is one among  the 12 Azhwars who are the most famous devotees of Lord Vishnu and authors of Naalayira Divya Prabhandham – “4000 verses in praise of LORD…

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