Vivah Panchami Vivaha Panchami 2014 Date Ram Janki Vivah Margashirsh Shukla Fifth

Vivah Panchami is an auspicious date dedicated Bhagavan Sri Ram and Mata Sita – it is observed as the divine marriage day of Sri Rama and Mata Sita. Vivah Panchami 2014 date is November. It is observed on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha or waxing phase of moon in the Margashirsh month (November – December).

>The day is observed as the Vivah Utsav of Sita and Ram in temples and sacred places associated with Sri Rama in Mithilanchal region of India.

The day is also of great importance at Janakpur in Nepal. Thousands of people arrive at this place as it is believed here that Mata Sita was born at Janakpur and got married to Bhagavan Sri Ram here.

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Shani Peyarachi 2014 Date Sani Peyarchi 2014 Shani Peyarachi Predictions

Sani Peyarchi 2014 Rahu Ketu Peyarchi Palangal for 2014 – Rahu Ketu Peyarachi 2014
Shani Peyarachi in Tamil Astrology is the transition of Shani Navgraha from one rashi to another and is very important in astrology and for personal horoscope. Shani Peyarachi date and time is December In 2014, Shani transits from Kaniya Rashi (Virgo) to Tula Rashi (Libra) at 07.51 AM on Wednesday, December  (Indian Standard Time).

Lord Shani will remain there for next two and half years. This movement of Saturn or Shani from one ‘rasi’ or zodiac to another occurs once in two and a half years.

This transition is of great importance at the Saneeswara Temple in Thirunallur. Those Rashi people that will have bad influence in their horoscope due to this transition arrive to offer prayers at the temple on the particular date. Shani Peyarachi Predictions
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Karthigai Deeepam 2014 Karthika Deepam in Tamil Nadu Kerala

Karthigai Deeepam, or Karthika Deepam, is the festival of lights in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. In 2014, the date of Karthigai Deepam is December. In Tamil Nadu, it is observed on the full moon day( or a day earlier) in the month of Karthigai (November-December). In Kerala, the festival is known as Trikartika or Kartika Vilaku and is held in the month of Vrichikam (November – December). Lighting traditional oil lamps in the evening after sunset (during twilight period) is the main event on the day. Karthigai Deeepam is also observed as Bharani Deepam and Vishnu Deepam in Tamil Nadu and is an auspicious day for both Shaivites and Vaishanvites.

Talk about Karthigai Deepam and the picture that comes to mind is that of rows and rows of lamps or ‘vilakku’. On this day, every Hindu home lights the traditional Vilaku (diyas) in the evening. Locally, these lamps are known as ‘agal vilakkus.’

The day is also highly auspicious for Lord Muruga devotees as he was taken care by the six Krttika stars and the celebrations on Karthigai commemorate his divine birth. In popular Tamil belief, Karthikai Nakshatra is the birthday of Murukan.

Karthigai Deeepam is celebrated as Tirukarttikai in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and in other parts of the world which has Tamil population. People light lamps outside their home.

Especially in Tiruvannamalai, rows of lamps are lighted on the hill and this is most popular Karthigai Deepam.

The lighted lamp is an auspicious symbol and it is believed to usher in prosperity and joy.
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Gita Jayanti Bhagavad Geeta Jayanthi 2014 Margashirsha Shukla Ekadashi

Gita Jayanti, also referred as Bhagawad Geetha Jayanthi, is the day when the Bhagvad Gita was rendered by Lord Krishna to Arjuna in the Kurukshetra on the first day of the famous 18-day battle in the Mahabharata. In 2014, the date of Gita Jayanti is December. Gita Jayanthi falls on the Ekadashi day of Shukla Paksha (the bright half) of the Margashirsha month (November-December) in traditional Hindi calendar. The greatest quality of Bhagavad Gita is that it prompts you to think, it prompts you to take decision, and it prompts you to look at life differently and refreshingly and all this without surrendering your individuality.

Bhagavad Gita adapts to the present and discusses an issue by rooting itself in the present. Every moment a confused Arjuna opens the Gita to take the advice of Krishna. And through the immortal Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna has been discussing and debating and finding solutions to the various problems faced by the confused Arjunas for centuries and will continue to do the same forever.

The day is observed all around the world with the reading of Bhagavad Gita, which is referred outside India as the Bible of the Hindus. Discussions and seminars are organized on the day.

All Hindu temples, especially those dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna, conduct special pujas on the day.

The ideal way to celebrate Gita Jayanti is by reading at least a stanza from the Bhagavad Gita.
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Champa Shasthi 2014 Date Festival Margasheersh

Champa Shasthi is a festival observed on the sixth day during the waxing phase of moon in the Margasheersh month. The festival is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Champa Shasthi 2014. The day is of great significance in Maharashtra especially at Khandoba Temple at Jejuri near Pune.

In Champa Shasthi festival, Lord Shiva is known as Martand or Malhari or Khandoba or Kanderao. It is believed that he took the form of Martand and Malhari to kill demons Mani and Malla.
Legend has it that Lord Shiva fought Mani and Malla for six days and defeated them on the Champa Sashti day.

After the battle with the demons, Lord Shiva appeared in the form of a Swayambhu lingam at Khandoba Temple.
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