Vilambi Nama Samvatsara Telugu Panchangam 2018-2019 PDF

In 2018-2019 Telugu new year Ugadi called Vilambhi Nama Samvatsaram. Telugu calendar is called as Panchangam, Here we are providing Vilambhi Nama Samvatsara Telugu Panchangam pdf files (Telugu Calendar 2018-2018). Ugadi is the New Year’s Day for Telugu people. This is the most auspicious & important festival in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The Telugu calendar (Panchangam) includes 60 year names. Every 60 years one name cycle completes and the names repeat in the next cycle. Download Pancgam from below link  
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Auspicious Hindu Marriage Dates 2018

Hindu Marriage dates in 2018, provided here are only for reference purpose. The auspicious timing for Hindu marriages is calculated based on many factors like Nakshatra, Tithi, Rashi, etc. It also depends on local timing and their Panchang. It is suggested to consult a local priest for exact date & time (Muhurat) according to your Nakshatra, Rashi & Panchang. Here is a list of Auspicious Hindu Marriage dates & timing in 2018, Nakshatra & Tithi for the year 2018. Note: Rahu Kalam, Varjyam,Gulika and Yamaghanda timings should be avoided even on auspicious days as these timings are considered inauspicious. Hindu Marriage Dates in January 2018 No Auspicious Marriage Muhurat in the month of January 2018 Hindu Marriage Dates in February 2018 Auspicious Marriage Dates Auspicious Marriage Day Auspicious Muhurat Timing Auspicious Marriage Nakshatra Auspicious Tithi for Marriage 24th February Saturday 06:31 to 30:54+ Rohini, Mrigashirsha …
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Dev Diwali 2020 Date

Dev Diwali 2020 date is on Sunday, 29 November. Deva Deepawali or Dev Diwali is the festival celebrated every year in Varanasi (Kashi) on Kartik Purnima day. It is celebrated to mark the victory of Lord Shiva over demon Trupurasura. The festival is also Known as Tripurotsav. The main ritual is performed on this day is Karthika Snan i.e., taking holy bath in the Ganges river and offering of oil lighted lamps to Ganga. Kartik Poornima is associated with Prabodhini Ekadashi. The 5-day festivals start on Prabodhini Ekadashi (11th lunar day of Kartika) and conclude on Kartik Poornima.
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Bathukamma Songs

Bathukamma is the floral festival (Cultural Festival of Telangana) celebrated by the Hindu women in the Indian state of Telangana. The women gather and celebrate Bathukamma Festival by singing Bathukamma Telugu Songs and playing around the Batukamma in traditional dresses. The festival is celebrated for Nine Days. Read more about 9 Days of Bathukamma Festival. Most Popular Bathukamma Telugu Songs Ememi Puvvoppune Gowramma, Ememi Kayoppune  Song -                            Read or Download Chithu Chithula Bomma, Shivuni Muddula Gumma Song -                                  Read or Download Rama Rama Rama Uyyalo, Ramane Srirama Song -                                               Read or Download Rama Rama Rama Uyyalo, Rama Nandi Rama Uyyalo Song -                             Read or Download Usirika Chettukinda Uyyalo Bathukamma Telugu Song -                                       Read or Download Nee Bidda Perenti Uyyalo Bathukamma Song   -           …
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Sravana Masam or Sawan 2017 Dates

Find Sawan Month or Sravana Masam or Sawan 2017 Dates as per Amant Calendar and Purnimanth Calendar. Sawan or Shravana Masam is considered as a very auspicious month in Hindu Calendars. Each and every day in Sravana Mas has some significance. Sravana Masam or Sawan 2017 Dates as per Amant Calendar Sravana Masam 2017 Start Date -  24th July, 2017 Sravana Masam 2017 End Date   -  22nd August, 2017 Sravana Masam or Sawan 2017 Dates as per Purnimant Calendar Sawan 2017 Start date - 10th July, 2017 sawan 2017 End date - 8th August, 2017 Varalakshmi Vratam, Mangala Gouri Vratam, Sravana Somavara Vrat, Rakhi Purnima or Raksha Bandhan are the major festivals in Sawan month. Find all the festivals in Sawan month here. Hindus follow 2 Types of calendars, Amant calendar & Purnimanth Calendar. Amant calendar is followed in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Purnimant Calendar is followed in Rajasthan, Uttar Pra…
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What These 19 Western philosophers Said About Hinduism?

Well Known Western philosophers on Hinduism, Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) "Hindus and Hindutva will one day rule the world, because this is a combination of knowledge and wisdom". Herbert Wells (1846 - 1946) "Until the effectiveness of Hindutva is restored, how many generations will suffer atrocities and life will be cut off, then one day the entire world will be attracted to it, on that day there will be Dilshad and on that day the world will be inhabited. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) "I understand that through his intelligence and awareness he did that which the Jews could not do. In Hinduism, t is the power that can lead to peace." “When I read the Bhagavad Gita and reflect about how God created this universe everything else seems so superfluous. “ “We owe a lot to Indians who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.” Huston Smith (1919) "The faith which is upon us and this is better than us …
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Festivals in Chaitra Month

In some calendars Chaitra Month is the first month, In Some Calendars Baisakhi is the first month. For Example, in Bengali calendar, Vaisak is the first month, in Gujarati Calendar, Kartik is the first month of the year, in Telugu, Tamil & Kannada calendars Chaitra month is the first month. Because Hindus follow Two types of calendars. One is Amant, Second is Purnimant. Amant calendar is followed in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Purnimant Calendar is followed in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar. But all the festivals will fall on the same day as per Gregorian calendar. For understanding more, read about Amant & Purnimant Calendars. Festivals in chaitra month Amant Festivals Purnimant Festivals Chaitra Navarathri/ Vasantha Navarathri Sheetala Ashtami Ugadi/Yugadi Papmocihani Ekadash Gudi Padwa / Samvatsar Padvo Rang…
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Hindu Months Name & Corresponding Gregorian Months

There are 12 months in Hindu Calendar. Hindus Follows Lunar & Solar calendars. In some calendar Chaitra is the First Month, In Some Calendars Baisakhi is the first month. Example in Bengali calendar Vaisak is the first month, in Gujarati Calendar Kartik is the first month of the year. But all festivals falls on the same day as per Gregorian calendar. Apart from these 12 months, Adhik Masa is there which falls once in 3 years. 1. Chaitra (March/April) Chaitra is also known as Chet, Choitro, Chaitramu, Chaitram, Chaiti. In different regions, it is called with a different name. Chaitra Masam or Chait Mahina is the first month in Lunar Hindu calendar. It is the last month in Bengali calendar & Nepali calendar. As per Gregorian calendar, Chaitra Masa falls in March/April. 2. Vaishak (April/May) Second Hindu month Vaishak  Masam is also called as Vaisakha or Vishaka Mahina. In Orissa, Bengali and Punjabi calendar it is known as Baisakha. In Tamilnad…
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Pradosh Vrat Katha

Sacred story of Pradosh Vrat or Pradosham is interesting one. Once there were continuous battle between gods and demons. Gods went to the trinity of gods Lord Brahma, Vishnu & Maheshwara to seek advice to win battle against demons. Trinities were told churn ocean to get the Amrita (Elixir), if it consumed no more have to die. Gods only can’t churn ocean, they also need help of Asuras (Demons). Gods asked for the help of Asuras, they agreed on a condition - sharing of Amrita 50:50 percent. They plucked Mantra hill, used as churning stick. Lord Vishnu took the Kurma (Tortoise) avatar to support mountain on his back. Vasuki (Big Snake) was requested to be a churning rope. Gods and Demons started churning. The deadly poison called Halahala come first. It can’t be consumed as it is deadly poison. Gods praised the Lord Shiva. He consumed it and holds it in the neck. Lord Shiva’s neck forms into blue color, this is why Shiva called as Neelakanta. Gods and demons st…
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Hindu festivals in December 2017

Hindu Festival Calendar for the month of December 2017. List of all Hindu festivals in Deecember 2017, Vrat, Fasting days is given below. List of all Hindu festivals in December 2017 Date Name of the Festival 1, Friday Pradosh vrat 2, Saturday Karthigai Deepam 3, Sunday Margashira Purnima, Annapurna Jayanthi, Rohini Vrat 6, Wednesday Sankashti Chathurthi 10, Sunday Kalashtami 13, Wednesday Saphala Ekadashhi 15, Friday Pradosh vrat 16, Saturday Masik Shivrathri, Dhanu Sankranthi 18, Monday Paush Amavasya, Somvati Amavasya 19, Tuesday Chandra Darshan 22, Friday Vinayaka Chathurthi 24, Sunday Skanda Sashti 26, Tuesday Masik Durgashtami, Mandala Puja 29, Friday Paush Putrada Ekadashi, Vaikunta Ekadashi 30, Saturday Kurma Dwadashi, Pradosh Vrat 31, Sunday Rohini Vrat
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Hindu festivals in November 2017

Hindu Festival Calendar for the month of November 2017. List of all Hindu festivals in November 2017, Vrat, Fasting days is given below. List of all Hindu festivals in November 2017 Date Name of the festival 1, Wednesday Tulsi Vivah, Pradosh Vrat 2, Thursday Vishweshwara Vrat 3, Friday Manikarnika Snan, Dev Deepawali 4, Saturday Karthika Pournami, PushkaraSnan 5, Sunday Masik Karthigai 6, Monday Rohini Vrat, Soubhagya Sundari Teej 7, Tuesday Sankashti Chathurthi 10, Friday Kala Bhairava Jayanthi 14, Tuesday Utpanna Ekadashi 15, Wednesday Pradosh Vrat 16, Thursday Masik Shivarathri, Vrischika Sankranthi 18, Saturday Margashira Amavasya, Gauri Thapo Vrat 19, Sunday Chandra Darshan 22, Wednesday Masik Vinayaka Chathurthi 23, Thursday Nagula Panchami, Vivah Panchami 24, Friday Subrahmanya Sashti 27, Monday Masik Durgashtami 30, Thursday Mokshada Ekadashi, Gita Jayant…
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Hindu festivals in October 2017

Hindu Festival Calendar for the month of October 2017. List of all Hindu festivals in October 2017, Vrat, Fasting days is given below. List of all Hindu festivals in October 2017 Date Name of the festival 1, Sunday Papankusha Ekadashi 3, Tuesday Bhauma Pradosh Vrat 5, Thursday Valmiki Jayanthi, Purnima Vrat, Kojagara Puja 8, Sunday Sankashti Chathurthi, Masik Karthigai 10, Tuesday Rohini Vrat 12, Thursday Kalashtami, Ahoi Ashtami 15, Sunday Ram Ekadashi 16, Monday Govatsa Dwadashi 17, Tuesday Dhanteras, Pradosh Vrat, Yama Deepam, Tula Sankranthi 18, Wednesday Naraka Chathurdashi, Kali Chaudas, Masik Shivarathri 19, Thursday Diwali, Lakshmi Puja, 20, Friday Annakuta, Gowardana Puja, 21, Saturday Chandra Darshan, Bhaiya Dooj 23, Monday Nagula Chavithi, Somvar Vrat, Chathurthi Vrat 25, Wednesday Labh Panchami, Soorasamharam (Sashti) 26, Thursday Chhath Puja 28, Saturday G…
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Hanuman Jayanthi, Veer Hanuman Shobha Yatra

Hanuman Jayanthi Hanuman Jayanthi is the birthday of Lord Sri Hanuman, The Monkey God. Lord Hanuman born on Purnima day in the month of Chaitra, i.e, on the 15th day of Shukla Paksha. Devotees offer prayers to Hanuman by going temples or at home by chanting Hanuman chalisa. Hanuman Jayanthi Shobha yatra is a rally by Hanuman Devotees. In 2017, Hanuman Jayanthi is falling on April, 11th. In Maharashtra, Hanuman Jayanthi is celebrated on Moola Nakshatra which falls in Hindu lunar month of Margazhi (Margashiram), in Karnataka it is celebrated on Shukla Paksha Trayodashi of Margashira Month. In my post I explained about Hindu Calendar or Panchangam. Hanuman is a devotee of Sri Rama. He is also called as Anjeya or Anjaneeputra. Hauman is believed to have magical powers. In India most of the villages have Lord Hanuman Temple. Telugu people observe fast or vrat with Hanuman maladharana for 41 days, which starts on Chaitra Pournami and ends on the tenth day (Dashami…
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Agni Nakshatram, Kathiri Veyil, Agni Natchathiram 2020

Agni Natchathiram 2020 Dates As per Tamil Calendar in 2020 Kathiri Veyil is from Monday, 4th May and ends on Thursday, 28th May. About Kathiri Veyil Agni Natchathiram, Agni Nakshatram, Kathiri Veyil all are same. It is also known as Katthhir and Kartari. Agni Nakshatram or Agni Natchathiram is the period when sun passes through the Krithika (Krittika) Nakshatra. It is a peak summer season that is why this period called as Agni Natchathiram. When sun passes through 3rd and 4th quarter of Bharani Natchathiram, All quarters of Krittika Natchathiram and 1st quarter of Rohini Natchathiram is considered as Agni Nakshatram. As per Panchanga, it is considered as each Nakshtra has 4 quarters. People considered Agni Natchathiram as inauspicious.
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