Home | My pages Saturday, November 17, 2018
 
 
Daily Horoscope
Weekly Horoscope
Monthly Horoscope
Political Predictions
Financial prediction
Numerology
Sun Sign Basics
Indian Astrology
Aarti & Bhajans
Colors & Jewels
Gemology
Yantra and Mantra
Vedic View on Gems
Stones & Gems
Influence of Stones & Gems
Properties of Stones & Gems
Mala
Lucky numbers
Child Name
Chinese Astrology
Chinese Horoscope 2014
 
 
    Featured services
 
  2015 Horoscope
  Career Astrology
  Phone Consultancy
  Puja Services
  Vastu Shastra
 
 
    Consultants Panel
 
  Tarot Card
  Feng Shui
  Vashu Shastra
  Palmistry
  Face reading
 
 
    Businesses
 
  Affilliates
  Sale products
  Sale services
 
 
    Recommended Video
 
    Online payment
 
    Online payment
 
 
Festivals - Aadi Krithigai:27-July-2008
 
Aadi Krithigai, or Karthigai, is a festival celebrated by Lord Muruga devotees, especially by Tamilians. It is celebrated on the Karthigai star in the Tamil Month Aadi. The festival is also referred as Aadi Krittika and Krithika. In 2008, date of Aadi Karthigai is July 27.

Legend has it that Lord Muruga or Skanda was born as six different babies and it was Goddess Parvati who joined the Six to create the powerful Muruga or Kartik, who is the commander of the army of the Devas. But before conjoining the six different babies were looked after six mothers – the six Karthigai stars.

Karthigai Nakshathram day is considered highly auspicious to worship Muruga and especially when the Krithigai star day in the month Aadi. Lord Muruga Temples in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, South Africa and Singapore have special rituals and poojas on the day.

The Tamil Month Aadi is a month that has lot of festivals. During the month of Thai(Jan-Feb) and Aadi(Jul-Aug) the Sun changes directions.

Aadi month is special for all Ammans. It is celebrated in a grand manner in all Amman temples (The Famous temples as well as not so popular temples). Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays of this month are auspicious.Every Friday is celebrated as "Aadi Velli". The new moon day of this month is celebrated as "Aadi Amavasai".The pooram star of this month is celebrated as "Aadi pooram".The 18th day of this month is celebrated as "Aadi perukku" or "Pathinettam perukku". Since the rains are abundant in this month, the rivers are filled with water.

Kirthigai star of this month is celebrated as Aadi Kirthigai and is considered a very auspicious day for the worship of Lord Muruga.
 
Bookmark and Share

 
residential, commercial and retail projects in Mumbai, Juhu, Andheri, Khar
    Related Articles
  Durga Puja
  Guru Purnima:July 18th, 2008
  Akshaya Tritiya
  Rath Yatra
 
    Recently Added
  Vat Savitri Vrat
  Varalakshmi Vratam
  Krishna Janmashtami
  2015 Raksha Bandhan
  Ganesh Chaturthi
  Navratri Festival 2015
  Datta Jayanti
  Maha Shivaratri 2015
  2015 Makar Sankranti
  Tulsi Vivah
  RAKSHA BANDHAN
  Happy Eid
  Independence day
  Amongmong festival
  Aranmula Boat Race
  Durgashtami
  Dhanteras
  Ganesh Jayanthi
  Gudi Padwa 2013
  India's Independence Day
  2013 Ganesh Chaturthi
  Rangwali Holi | Dhulandi
  2013 Navratri
  Bakri-Id
  Chhath Puja
  2013 Lakshmi Puja, Diwali Puja
  Happy New Year 2014
  Christmas 2013
  Makar Sankranti 2014
  Maha Shivaratri 2014
  Muharram
  Christmas
  Dhulandi 2013
  Ganesh Chaturthi
  2013 Guru Purnima
  Pongal 2013
  Akshaya Tritiya 2013
  Vata Purnima
  2013 Nag Panchami
  2013 Ahoi Ashtami
  Rama Navami
  Gudi Padwa On 31st March 2014 (Monday)
  Akshaya Tritiya
  Ratha Yatra
  Guru Purnima
 
 
Events | Analysis | Festivals | Relationship with other sign | Celebrities | Our Advertiser
Vastu Shastra | Numerology | Gemology | Child Name | Relationship | Colors & Jewels | Bhajans | Contest | Blog | Forum
Know your sun sign | Indian Astrology | Wearing Stones & Gems | Our Advertiser
Website is best viewed in Internet Explorer 6.0 & above and 1024 x 768 pixels & above screen resolution
Photo Gallery | Video Gallery | www.panditrajkumarsharma.com
Copyright © 2017 SolutionAstrology.com. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy l Terms of Use l Support