Festivals

Annapurna Devi

Devi Shodashopachara Pooja vidhi

Achamanam:

Om Keshavaya svaahaa, Om Naraayanaaya svaaha, Om Madhavaaya Svaahaa

 

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Maha Lakshmi

Devi Shodashopachara Pooja vidhi

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Gayatri Devi

Devi Shodashopachara Pooja vidhi

Achamanam:

Om Keshavaya svaahaa, Om Naraayanaaya svaaha, Om Madhavaaya Svaahaa

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Bala Tripura Sundari Devi


Devi Shodashopachara Pooja vidhi

Achamanam:

Om Keshavaya svaahaa, Om Naraayanaaya svaaha, Om Madhavaaya Svaahaa

 

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బతుకమ్మ

ఆశ్వయుజ మాస పాడ్యమి రోజున బతుకమ్మను నిలుపుకొని ఆరొజూ సంధ్యాసమయంలో ఆటపాటలతో బతుకమ్మకు నీరాజనమర్పిస్తారు. ప్రకృతి సిద్ధమైన గునుగు పూలు, సొంపు పూలు, తోక చామంతి, గులమాల పూలు, తంగేడు పూలు, ఎర్ర గన్నేరు, పచ్చ గన్నేరు, బంతి పూలను ఎంతో కళాత్మకంగా ఉంటుంది. రంగు రంగుల పూలను నేర్పుగా ఆకర్షణీయంగా తిరచిదిద్దుతారు. 

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THE SIGNIFICANCES OF WEARING BANGLES COLOURS

 

Bangles are a type of ornament worn by women in India. Also called as Kangan or Chudi in Hindi, Valayal in Tamil, Gaaju in Telugu, Bale in Kannada. Bangles are part of traditional Indian Jewelry. In India bangles are very popular and with growing fashion trends, have become a highly popular in their various designs and form.

 

 

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MAHISHASURA MARDINI

 

Mahisha performed severe penances for Lord Shiva, Lord Brahma pleased with his penance and came him to give a boon.Mahisha asked for immortality, which the Lord said he could not have give that boon because as every creature that was born had to die.

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SARASWATI DEVI

 

Saraswati is the goddess of Knowledge, music, arts, wisdom and learning. She is a part of the trinity of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvathi. The Goddess Saraswati is often depicted as a beautiful women dressed in pure white, often seated on a white lotus, which symbolizes light, knowledge and truth.

 

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ANNAPURNA DEVI 

 

Goddesses Annapurna is the incarnation of Parvati, in essence one of the nemerous forms of shakthi. There is an intresting incident involving Lord Shiva and Goddess Annapurna, which explains that even moksha is not possible on an empty stomach.

 

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MAHA LAKSHMI DEVI

 

Durvasa the short-tempered sage once presented garland of flowers which would never wilt to the Indra, the kings of the Gods. Indra gave this garland to his elephant Airavata. Sage Durvasa Saw the elephant trampling the divine garland and cursed Indra, for he had shown disrespect to the sage. 

 

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