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Friday, 11 September 2015

2015 MAHALAYA AMAVASYA


2015 Mahalaya Amavasya - Best days to do Pithru Tharpanam:

The Mahalaya Paksha is a 15 days time starting from the day next to Pournima to the Amavasya day that comes in the month of Purattasi (Tamil) or Bhadra or Bhadrapada (Hindi) are classified as "Mahalaya Paksha". The Pithrus (dead ancestors) are allowed to visit and stay with their families during this time. The meaning of "Pithru Tharpanam" is feeding the ancestors. Hence by doing "Pithru Tharpanam" during the Mahalaya Paksha, you are in fact feeding your ancestors. This would bring great blessing on all your family members.

Let us see the best days for doing Pithru Puja @ Pithru Tharpanam;

1. Mahalaya Paksha starts on Purattasi 11th (Tamil month) /Aswina (Thulayana) 6th (Hindi month) / 28th September 2015 (Monday).

2. Mahalaya Paksha ends on Purattasi 25th (Tamil month) / Aswina 20th (Hindi month) / 12th October 2015 (Monday).

3. All these days are equally good and important for doing Pithra Puja. But the last day that comes on the Amavsasya thithi is considered as one of the best days for doing Pithru Puja @ Pithru Tharpanam.

4. The Day coming with Bharani Nakshatra is called as "Maha Bharani". This day comes on Purattasi 13th (tamil month) / Bhadra or Aswina 8th (Hindi month) / 30th September 2015.

5. The Day that comes with Ashtami thithi is called as "Mathya Ashtami". This day comes on Purattasi 18th (Tamil month) / Aswina 13th (Hindi month) / 5th October 2015.

The Readers are advised to do Pithru Puja for their departed ancestors on any one of the days. This would bring happiness and all kinds of blessing in your family. You can't afford to miss these days. 

Monday, 25 August 2014

2014 MAHALAYA PAKSHA - AMAVASYA

2014 Mahalaya Amavasya - Best days to do Pithru Tharpanam:

The Mahalaya Paksha is a 15 days time starting from the day next to Pournima to the Amavasya day that comes in the month of Purattasi (Tamil) or Bhadra or Bhadrapada (Hindi) are classified as "Mahalaya Paksha". The Pithrus (dead ancestors) are allowed to visit and stay with their families during this time. The meaning of "Pithru Tharpanam" is feeding the ancestors. Hence by doing "Pithru Tharpanam" during the Mahalaya Paksha, you are in fact feeding your ancestors. This would bring great blessing on all your family members.

Let us see the best days for doing Pithru Puja @ Pithru Tharpanam;

1. Mahalaya Paksha starts on Avani  24th (Tamil month) / Bhadra or Bhadrapada 18th (Hindi month) / 9th September 2014 (Tuesday).

2. Mahalaya Paksha ends on Purattasi 7th (Tamil month) / Aswina 1st (Hindi month) / 23rd September 2014 (Tuesday).

3. All these days are equally good and important for doing Pithra Puja. But the last day that comes on the Amavsasya thithi is considered as one of the best days for doing Pithru Puja @ Pithru Tharpanam.

4. The Day coming with Bharani Nakshatra is called as "Maha Bharani". This day comes on Avani 28th (tamil month) / Bhadra or Bhadrapada 22nd (Hindi month) / 13th September 2014.

5. The Day that comes with Ashtami thithi is called as "Mathya Ashtami". This day comes on Avani 31st (Tamil month) / Bhadra or Bhadrapada 25th (Hindi month) / 16th September 2014.

The Readers are advised to do Pithru Puja for their departed ancestors on any one of the days. This would bring happiness and all kinds of blessing in your family. You can't afford to miss these days. 

Thursday, 29 August 2013

IMPORTANCE OF MANIKARNIKA LAKE

Manikarnika Lake is an ideal place for doing Pithru Tharpanam especially during the "Mahalaya Amavasya". Lord Vishnu had created a beautiful pond by using his armour "The Chakra" in a very bright spot in this world. The Lord wanted her sister Goddess Parvathi and the Lord Shiva to take bath in that particular lake without anyone's disturbances.

The Goddess Parvathi wanted to set right her jewellery before taking the bath. So the Goddess adjusted her jewellery by looking into the water in the Pond. At that time her necklace jewellery got loosened and the bead (Mani) fell into the lake. To take out the beads (Mani), Lord Shiva also looked at the water in the Pond. At that particular time, his Karna Kundalam (Jewellery) also fell into the water. Thus the Pond gets sanitized and becomes a holy place. Since the Mani (beads of Goddess Parvathi) and Karna Kundalam (Jewellery) fell into the pond, it is being called as Manikarnika Lake.

By doing Pithru Tharpanam in the Manikarnika Lake especially during the Mahalaya Amavasya, it produces immense benefits to the family. 

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Mahalaya Amavasya

WHAT IS MAHALAYA AMAVASYA?


Mahalaya Amavasya is the highly auspicious time for performing Pitra Puja or Pithru Puja to pacify the departed souls of the anscestors.

The period starting from the Pirathamai Thithi (Tamil) or Pratipad Thithi (Hindi) (that is) the day next to Full Moon day (Poornima/Pournami) in the tamil month of Purattasi (Sept 15th - Oct 15th) and ending on the Amavasya Thithi (New Moon day) is the most auspicious time for performing this Pithru Puja.

It is good if the Pitra Puja is done on daily basis (15 days). If that is not possible, doing the Pitra Puja atleast on the day with Bharani Star and day with Ashtami Thithi is highly auspicious. Also doing the Pitra Puja on Mahalaya Amavasya day is highly auspicious and it gives the full satisfaction to the departed anscestors; who in turn would bless the whole family members.

Do the Pitra Puja and see the smiling face of your family members. Mahalaya Amavasya is the best chance never to be missed by each and everyone.

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