Sri Rama Navami 2020

Sri Rama Navami 2020 is on Thuesday, 2nd April.  Sri Rama Navami is the birthday of Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu in human form. It also observed as marriage day of Sri Rama & Sita. [highlight]Rama Navami falls on Navami the ninth day of Chaitra masam in Shukla Paksha (Bright fort night),8 days after Ugadi Festival.[/highlight] Sri Rama navami Celebrations In Ayodya, the birth place of Sri Rama, thousands of devotees visit temple to participate in celebrations. A fair will be held in Ayodya. Sri Rama rathayatra is performed in temples. As it is marriage day of Sri Rama and Sita, SitaRama Kalyanotsavam is performed in all temples in Telangana & Andhrapradesh. Especially in Bhadrachalam Navarathri brahmotsavas takes place.
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Sri Rama Navami 2019

Sri Rama Navami 2019 is on Sunday, 14th April.  Sri Rama Navami is the birthday of Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu in human form. It also observed as marriage day of Sri Rama & Sita. [highlight]Rama Navami falls on Navami the ninth day of Chaitra masam in Shukla Paksha (Bright fort night),8 days after Ugadi Festival.[/highlight] Sri Rama navami Celebrations In Ayodya, the birth place of Sri Rama, thousands of devotees visit temple to participate in celebrations. A fair will be held in Ayodya. Sri Rama rathayatra is performed in temples. As it is marriage day of Sri Rama and Sita, SitaRama Kalyanotsavam is performed in all temples in Telangana & Andhrapradesh. Especially in Bhadrachalam Navarathri brahmotsavas takes place.
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Sri Rama Navami 2018

Sri Rama Navami 2018 is on Sunday, 25th March.  Sri Rama Navami is the birthday of Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu in human form. It also observed as marriage day of Sri Rama & Sita. [highlight]Rama Navami falls on Navami the ninth day of Chaitra masam in Shukla Paksha (Bright fort night),8 days after Ugadi Festival.[/highlight]   Sri Rama navami Celebrations   In Ayodya, the birth place of Sri Rama, thousands of devotees visit temple to participate in celebrations. A fair will be held in Ayodya. Sri Rama rathayatra is performed in temples. As it is marriage day of Sri Rama and Sita, SitaRama Kalyanotsavam is performed in all temples in Telangana & Andhrapradesh. Especially in Bhadrachalam Navarathri brahmotsavas takes place.
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Sri Rama Navami 2017

[highlight] Sri Rama Navami 2017 is on Wednesday, 5th April [/highlight] Sri Rama Navami is the birthday of Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu in human form. It also observed as marriage day of Sri Rama & Sita. [highlight]Rama Navami falls on Navami the ninth day of Chaitra masam in Shukla Paksha (Bright fort night),8 days after Ugadi Festival.[/highlight] Sri Rama navami Celebrations In Ayodya, the birth place of Sri Rama, thousands of devotees visit temple to participate in celebrations. A fair will be held in Ayodya. Sri Rama rathayatra is performed in temples. As it is marriage day of Sri Rama and Sita, SitaRama Kalyanotsavam is performed in all temples in Telangana & Andhrapradesh. Especially in Bhadrachalam Navarathri brahmotsavas takes place.
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Skanda Sashti, SooraSamharam, Subrahmanya Sashti Dates in 2020

As per Hindu calendar, in every month during shukla paksha, sashti  tithi(the sixth day in the bright half of the month) is considered as Skanda Sashti. Know more about Skanda Sashti, Soora Samharam, Subrahmanya Sashti.   Date Day Importance 30, January Thursday Skanda Sashti 29, February Saturday Skanda Sashti 30, March Monday Skanda Sashti 28, April Tuesday Skanda Sashti 28, May Thursday Skanda Sashti 26, June Friday Skanda Sashti 25, July Saturday Skanda Sashti 23, August Sunday Skanda Sashti 22, September Tuesday Skanda Sashti 21, October Wednesday Skanda Sashti 20, November Friday Soora Samharam 21, November Saturday Tiru Kalyanam 19, December Saturday Subrahmanya Sashti
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Skanda Sashti, SooraSamharam, Subrahmanya Sashti Dates in 2019

As per Hindu calendar, in every month during shukla paksha, sashti  tithi(the sixth day in the bright half of the month) is considered as Skanda Sashti. Know more about Skanda Sashti, Soora Samharam, Subrahmanya Sashti. Date Day Importance 12, January Saturday Skanda Sashti 10, February Sunday Skanda Sashti 12, March Tuesday Skanda Sashti 10, April Wednesday Skanda Sashti 10, May Friday Skanda Sashti 08, June Saturday Skanda Sashti 07, July Sunday Skanda Sashti 05, August Monday Skanda Sashti 04, September Wednesday Skanda Sashti 03, October Thursday Skanda Sashti 02, November Saturday Soora Samharam 03, november Sunday Tiru Kalyanam 02, December Monday Subrahmanya Sashti 31, December Tuesday Skanda Sashti
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Skanda Sashti 2018, SooraSamharam, Subrahmanya Sashti Dates

As per Hindu calendar, every month during Shukla Paksha, Sasti Tithi (the sixth day in the bright half of the month) is considered as Skanda Sashti. The day is dedicated to Lord Murugan. Know more about Skanda Sashti, Soora Samharam, Subrahmanya Sashti.   Date Day Importance Month 22, January Monday Skanda Sashti Thai Masam 21, February Wednesday Skanda Sashti Maasi Masam 22, March Thursday Skanda Sashti Panguni Masam 21, April Saturday Skanda Sashti Chithirai Masam 20, May Sunday Skanda Sashti Vaigasi Masam 18, June Monday Skanda Sashti Aani Masam 17, July Tuesday Skanda Sashti Aadi Masam 16, August Thursday Skanda Sashti Aavani Masam 14, September Friday Skanda Sashti Aavani Masam 14, October Sunday Skanda Sashti Purattasi Masam 13, November Tuesday Soora Samharam Aippasi masam 14, november Wednesday Tiru Kalyanam Aippasi masam 13, December Thursday Subr…
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Skanda Sashti, SooraSamharam, Subrahmanya Sashti Dates in 2017

As per Hindu calendar, in every month during shukla paksha, sashti  tithi(the sixth day in the bright half of the month) is considered as Skanda Sashti. Know more about Skanda Sashti, Soora Samharam, Subrahmanya Sashti. Date Day Importance 03, January Tuesday Skanda Sashti 02, February Thursday Skanda Sashti 03, March Friday Skanda Sashti 01, April Saturday Skanda Sashti 01, May Monday Skanda Sashti 30, May Tuesday Skanda Sashti 28, June Wednesday Skanda Sashti 28, July Friday Skanda Sashti 27, August Sunday Skanda Sashti 25, September Monday Skanda Sashti 25, October Wednesday Soora Samharam 24, November Friday Subrahmanya Sashti 24, December Sunday Skanda Sashti
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Skanda Sashti

Sashti tithi is dedicated to Lord Skanda and the day is called as Skanda Sashti, it also called as Kanda Sashti. Skanda Sasti is one of the main festivals for Tamil Hindus. Lord Subramanya is known as Skanda, Murugan, Kartikeyan. He is the son of God Shiva & goddess Parvathi. Skanda is considered as brother of Lord Ganesha. His vehicle is Peacock. As per Hindu calendar, in every month during shukla paksha, sashti  tithi (the sixth day in the bright half of the month) is considered as Skanda Sashti. Skanda Sashti Vrat When Sashti tithi(Sixth Lunar Day) is combined with Panchami tithi (Fifth Lunar Day) is preferred for Skanda Sashti Vrat. This has been mentioned in Dharmasindhu & Nirnayasindhu (Sacred writings of Hindu Religion). Vrat is observed by devotees with fasting and performing puja to Lord Subrahmanya in temples or at home. Devotees takes only fruits, milk or any naivedyam offered to god as a food for the day. Soora Samhara In the lunar month of …
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Narada Jayanthi 2025 Date

In 2025 Narada Jayanthi is falling on Tuesday, 13th May. Narada Jayanthi is the birthday celebrations of sage Narada. Narada was a sage who born from the head of Lord Brahma, so he calledas Brahma Manasaputra. According to Hindu mythology, Sage Narada is a universal messenger among gods. He is a big devotee of Lord Vishnu and he always chants “Narayana Narayana” by playing Veena. According  to Amavasyanth Calendar ,it is observed in the month of Vaishaka bahula Padyami.  Some times it falls on vaishaka purnima or buddha purnima day and some times on the next day. Rituals on Narada Jayanthi People worship Lord Vishnu in order to seek blessings of the sage Feeding Brahmans on this day is considered as very auspicious. Temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi In Karnataka, there are two temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi. One is in Chigateri, 50 Kilo meters from Davanagere and one in Korva, Raichur.
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Narada Jayanthi 2024 date

In 2024 Narada Jayanthi is falling on Friday, 24th May. Narada Jayanthi is the birthday celebrations of sage Narada. Narada was a sage who born from the head of Lord Brahma, so he calledas Brahma Manasaputra. According to Hindu mythology, Sage Narada is a universal messenger among gods. He is a big devotee of Lord Vishnu and he always chants “Narayana Narayana” by playing Veena. According  to Amavasyanth Calendar ,it is observed in the month of Vaishaka bahula Padyami.  Some times it falls on vaishaka purnima or buddha purnima day and some times on the next day. Rituals on Narada Jayanthi People worship Lord Vishnu in order to seek blessings of the sage Feeding Brahmans on this day is considered as very auspicious. Temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi In Karnataka, there are two temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi. One is in Chigateri, 50 Kilo meters from Davanagere and one in Korva, Raichur.
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Narada Jayanthi 2023 Date

In 2023 Narada Jayanthi is falling on Saturday, 6th May. Narada Jayanthi is the birthday celebrations of sage Narada. Narada was a sage who born from the head of Lord Brahma, so he calledas Brahma Manasaputra. According to Hindu mythology, Sage Narada is a universal messenger among gods. He is a big devotee of Lord Vishnu and he always chants “Narayana Narayana” by playing Veena. According  to Amavasyanth Calendar ,it is observed in the month of Vaishaka bahula Padyami.  Some times it falls on vaishaka purnima or buddha purnima day and some times on the next day. Rituals on Narada Jayanthi People worship Lord Vishnu in order to seek blessings of the sage Feeding Brahmans on this day is considered as very auspicious. Temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi In Karnataka, there are two temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi. One is in Chigateri, 50 Kilo meters from Davanagere and one in Korva, Raichur.
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Narada Jayanthi 2022 date

In 2022 Narada Jayanthi is falling on Tuesday, 17th May. Narada Jayanthi is the birthday celebrations of sage Narada. Narada was a sage who born from the head of Lord Brahma, so he calledas Brahma Manasaputra. According to Hindu mythology, Sage Narada is a universal messenger among gods. He is a big devotee of Lord Vishnu and he always chants “Narayana Narayana” by playing Veena. According  to Amavasyanth Calendar ,it is observed in the month of Vaishaka bahula Padyami.  Some times it falls on vaishaka purnima or buddha purnima day and some times on the next day. Rituals on Narada Jayanthi People worship Lord Vishnu in order to seek blessings of the sage Feeding Brahmans on this day is considered as very auspicious. Temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi In Karnataka, there are two temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi. One is in Chigateri, 50 Kilo meters from Davanagere and one in Korva, Raichur.
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Narada Jayanthi 2021 Date

In 2021 Narada Jayanthi is falling on Thursday, 27th May. Narada Jayanthi is the birthday celebrations of sage Narada. Narada was a sage who born from the head of Lord Brahma, so he calledas Brahma Manasaputra. According to Hindu mythology, Sage Narada is a universal messenger among gods. He is a big devotee of Lord Vishnu and he always chants “Narayana Narayana” by playing Veena. According  to Amavasyanth Calendar ,it is observed in the month of Vaishaka bahula Padyami.  Some times it falls on vaishaka purnima or buddha purnima day and some times on the next day. Rituals on Narada Jayanthi People worship Lord Vishnu in order to seek blessings of the sage Feeding Brahmans on this day is considered as very auspicious. Temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi In Karnataka, there are two temples dedicated to Narada Maharshi. One is in Chigateri, 50 Kilo meters from Davanagere and one in Korva, Raichur.
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