Onam is one of the biggest festivals that is celebrated in the State of Kerela. Onam is a major annual event for Malayali people. Festival is celebrated to commemorate King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit to Kerela. King Mahabali for whom the devotees of Kerela have lots of respect is also known on by the names Maveli and Onathappan. Let us understand the story behind the most important festival of Kerela.Onam & Thiruvonam 2019 Date Day 1 - Atham - 1st September, SundayDay 2 - Chithira - 2nd September, MondayDay 3 - Chothi - 3rd September, TuesdayDay 4 - Vishakham - 4th September, WednesdayDay 5 - Anizham (Vallam Kali) - 5th September, ThursdayDay 6 - Thrikketa - 6th September, FridayDay 7 - Moolam ( Ona Sadya, Puli Kali, Kaikotti Kali) - 7th September, SaturdayDay 8 - Pooradam (Onathappan) - 8th September, SundayDay 9 - Pooram - 9th September, MondayDay 10 - Uthradom (First Onam - Uthradappachil) - 10th September, TuesdayDay 11 - …
Sravana Month - Table of ContentAbout Sravana masam Sravana Masam 2020 Dates Sawan Month 2020 Dates Sravana Shukravaram 2020 Dates Sravana Somavaram 2020 dates Mangala Gowri Vratam 2020 dates Importance of Shravan month Rituals During Shravana Masam Festivals in Shravana Masam About Sravana Masam
Sravana Masam or Sawan Mahina is the fifth month in traditional Hindu calendar. The month falls just after Ashada Masam.
Shravana Masam is considered as very auspicious and dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and worshipping Lord Shiva during the month also said to bring the most auspicious results.
During Shravan month, the Sravana Nakshatra is the ruling Star on full Moon day (Pournami), hence this month has been named as Sravana masam.Shravana Masam 2020 Dates
When is Sravana Masam in 2020?
In Amavasyant calendar following states like Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu,Sravana Masam 2020 Start Dat…
Thaipusam festival is celebrated by Tamil community on full moon day in the month of Thai. Thaipusam is also spelled as Thaipoosam.
Where as Thai is a Tamil month name, Pusam refers to a natchathiram (star), which is at its highest point on this day.
According to the Gregorian calendar, Thai month falls in January – February.
The festival is dedicated to Hindu God Lord Murugan. Murugan is also known as Skanda, Murugan, Shanmukha, Kartikeya, Subrahmanya, Guha, etc.
Skanda Sasti Kavasam Tamil Lyrics.Thaipusam 2020
Thaipusam 2020 Date - Saturday, 8th February
It is believed that on this day, mother of Murugan – Goddess Parvathi presented a spear to Murugan to help him to destroy the demon Tarakasura.Celebrations on Thaipusam
Thaipoosam celebrations take place in all Murugan Temples worldwide.
The festival is celebrated not only in India but most of the South East Asian countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Maur…