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Polathala Sri Malleshwara Swami Temple, YSR Kadapa, Timings, Pooja, Polathala Akkadevathala Temple

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Sri Maleswara Swamy Temple is an ancient temple located in pendlimarri mandal in Cuddapah district. Polathala is a small Village/hamlet in Pendlimarri Mandal in YSR Kadapa. Sri Maleswara Swamy Temple is located 24 KM from Kadapa. The preceding deities are Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple and Sri Parvathi Ammavaru. This temple is also know as Polathala Akkadevathala gudi (seven sisters Temple) and ...

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A Malefic Shadowy Planet – Rahu

Rahu Planet

In hindu mythology Dragon head represents Rahu and this is not observed as heavenly and doesn’t have a shape and size like other plantes. Rahu is considered as a shadowy planet which has profound and predictable impact on human lives which governs one’s ego, anger, mentality, lust liquor habbit, robbery, black magic, hidden money, gambling, etc. Rahu is the cause ...

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Sri Sahasralingeswara Swamy Temple Ponnur, Timings, Poojas,

Sri Sahasralingeswara Swamy-Sri Garutmanta Swamy

Sri Sahasra Lingeswara Swamy and Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple is situated in ponnur and is 32 km from Guntur. This Hanuman temple is located in the middle of Guntur-Bapatla state high way route. There are 6 Sub Shrines in this compound. The statue of Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy is 24 feet height and 12 feet width, the statue is carved in ...

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How to Make Rahu Positive, Remedies for Rahu

Rahu Remedies

In general people are afraid of Rahu, let us have some inputs about it. Rahu’s Effects on Home: We can identify by seeing ones home, block of flats, neighborhood etc., if rahu is in a positive or negative position. If we could see a house without love, unity, peacefulness, fights, sibling’s rivalry etc., it shows the negativity of Rahu in ...

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112 Names Surya the Sun God

Arasavalli Sri Suryanarayana Swamy

List of Sun God Temples: 1) Adideva 2) Diptanshu 3) Prabhakara 4) Surya 5) Aditisuta 6) Dwadasatman 7) Prajadhyaksha 8) Swarga-dwara 9) Aindhna 10) Dwapara 11) Prajadwara 12) Tamounda 13) Aja 14) Gabhastimat 15) Prandharana 16) Teja 17) Alolupa 18) Indra 19) Prasantatman 20) Tejasampati 21) Ananta 22) Jatharagni 23) Prithibi 24) Treta 25) Angaraka 26) Jaya 27) Purusha 28) ...

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Shirdi Shri Saibaba Sansthan Daily Programs, Timings, Seva

Shirdi Shri Saibaba

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Timings: 4.00 am to 11.00 pm. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Seva Timings: 4:00 AM – Temple Opens 4:15 AM – Bhupali 4:30 AM to 05:00 AM – Kakad Aarti (Morning Aarti) 5:00 AM – Bhajan in Sai Baba Mandir 5:05 AM – Holy Bath of Shri Sai Baba (Mangal Snaan) in Samadhi Mandir 5:35 AM – ...

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About RAHU

Rahu Planet Benefic

As per astrology Rahu is one of the Navagrahas (9 planets) who is paired with Ketu. Rahu is described as a serpant without body who rides a chariot with 8 black horses. Rahu is mentioned in hindu tradition as a rougue planet whose other name is Bhayanaka and considered as a severed head of an Asura named Svarbhanu who swallows ...

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Thaipusam, Lord Murugan Festival

Thaipusam Lord Murugan Festival

Tamilians consider Thaipusam as important and celebrate the festival with great fervor. In this case it is the Solar Month that is looked up for identifying the day of Thai Poosam which falls on Makara in Solar month. The mythological story of this festival is that Murugan was bestowed a spear called a Vel by none other than Goddess Parvati ...

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Masik Durgashtami in 2018

Masik Durgashtami

Thursday 25 January Masik Durgashtami Friday 23 February Masik Durgashtami Saturday 24 March Masik Durgashtami Monday 23 April Masik Durgashtami Tuesday 22 May Masik Durgashtami Wednesday 20 June Masik Durgashtami Friday 20 July Masik Durgashtami Saturday 18 August Masik Durgashtami Monday 17 September Masik Durgashtami Wednesday 17 October Durga Ashtami Friday 16 November Masik Durgashtami Saturday 15 December Masik Durgashtami

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Satguru Ravidas Jayanti Information

Satguru Ravidas

The Bhakti kaal incorporated a number of devotional gurus. During this movement, numerous bhajans, couplets, dohas, poetry etc. have been created in praise of God. A saint by the the name of Guru Ravidas, has etched a mark in this aspect of Bhakti Movement through his utmost devotion in the form of songs and verses. Popularly known as Satguru Ravidas, ...

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