Dattatreya Jayanti is also known as Datta Jayanti. Datta Jayanti is the birthday of God Dattatreya, a combine form of Hindu trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Datta Jayanti is celebrated on Purnima tithi (Full moon day) of the Hindu month Margashirsha according to Hindu calendar. Guru Dattatreya is Guru of all Gurus having qualities of all three Trinity. He also have the powers of Create, Prevent & Destruct the Universe. Guru Dattatreya have three heads that represents Trinity. These heads also represents the Time i.e Past present & Future.
Om Guru Datta Namo Nahah||
Om HareemParambrahram Parmaatmane Hari Harbrahyendraya Dattatroyaye Swaha||
Vivah Panchami is celebrated as Lord Rama and Goddess Sita marriage anniversary.
Vivah Panchami occurs on Shukla Paksha Panchami (Fifth) day/tithi in the Hindu lunar month of Margashirsha month according to Hindu calander. Vivah Panchami is generally celebrated in the Northern parts of India, especially Mithilanchal region and Nepal.
Tulsi is also known as Basil. It is very important plant according to Hindu religion. Hindus worship Tulsi plant. Tulsi plant is worshiped on Dev Uthani Gyaras. On this day Hindu perform Tulsi puja or Tulsi Vivah. They also sing Tulsi Vivah Aarti after performing the Tulsi pooja. Sacred provides Tulsi Mata ki aarti. Read complete Tulsi mata aarti from Sacred blog. You can also find Tulsi aarti lyrics.
Dev Uthani Gyaras is the Eleventh day of Shukla Paksha of the Hindu month Karthik. On this day Dev Uthani Gyaras is celebrated. It is also known as Prabodhini Ekadashi or Kartiki Ekadashi or Utthana Ekadashi.
Gita Jayanti is celebrated as Bhagwat Geeta’s birthday. Bhagwat Gitais Hindus’ sacred text book.
It is said that “Bhagavad Gita” was discovered by Sri Krishna in the battlefield of Kurukshetra, over 5000 years ago during Mahabharat battle. It is also said that Sri Bhagavad Gita is written by Lord Ganesha.Bhagwat Gita teaches us that how we can re-establish the lost relationship with God.
Kartika Poornima also known as “KartikTripuri Poornima “or “Tripurari Poornima” is celebrated on the full moon night of shukla paksha in holy month “kartika”. It is sometimes called “Deva-Diwali”. Kartika Poornima is derived from two words first is “Kartika” means extreme in fortune & “Poornima” means Night of full moon.
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