Aadi Krithigai, 26 July 2019

Lord Murugan Subramanya

26 July 2019 is Aadi Krithigai. It is an important festival dedicated to Lord Murugan (Skanda). It falls on Krithigai Nakshatra in Aadi Month as per Tamil calendar. The Skanda Purana describes the legend associated with Aadi Karthigai. Aadi Karthigai is celebrated with lot of gusto in Aarupadai Veedu (six prominent temples) of Lord Muruga. […]

Aadi Perukku at Samayapuram Mariamman Temple

Aadi Perukku is one of the most celebrated festivals at Samayapuram Mariamman Temple in Tamil Nadu. In 2019, Aadi Perukku date is August 8. Aadi Perukku festival is celebrated mainly by women in Cauvery delta region. Women celebrate this festival to honor nature. Celebrations may include the exchange of delicious ‘Chitrannam’ (fried rice) among the […]

Adi Perukku 2019 | Aadi Perukku (Padinettam Perukku)

Adi Perukku (Aadi Perukku, Padinettam Perukku, Aadi Padinettu) is one of the popular festivals of Tamil Nadu. In 2019, Adi Perukku date is August 3. It is observed on the 18th day of Aadi month. This festival is celebrated on eighteenth day of Aadi masam in Tamil calendar. Aadi Perukku festival is celebrated mainly by women […]

Aadi Krithigai 2019 (Aadi Karthigai) | Festival dedicated to Lord Muruga

Aadi Karthigai (Aadi Krithiga), is an important festival dedicated to Lord Muruga. It is celebrated on Krithigai nakshatra day in Aadi month of Tamil calendar. The Skanda Purana describes the legend associated with Aadi Karthigai. Aadi Karthigai 2019 (Aadi Krithiga 2019) date is July 26, Friday. Aadi Karthigai is celebrated with lot of gusto in […]

Importance of Aadi Month in Tamil calendar | Aadi Masam Mahatmya

Aadi month (Aadi masam) is known as inauspicious in Tamil calendar. It corresponds with Ashada masam in lunar calendars followed in North India, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. What is the importance of Aadi month in Tamil calendar? Why it is considered inauspicious? This article gives you brief information about the Aadi Masam mahatmya. The […]

Festivals in Aadi Masam 2019 | Aadi Pandigai

Here is the list of Festivals in Aadi Masam 2019 (Aadi Pandigai).. In 2019, Aadi masam begins on July 17 and ends on August 17. Apart from Aadi Velli (Aadi Fridays) and Aadi Chevvai (Aadi Tuesdays), there are many more important auspicious days in Aadi Masam.. The word ‘Aadi’ is originated from the Sanskrit word […]

Ashada Masam importance | Why Ashad month is inauspicious?

What is the importance or significance of Ashada masam? Why Ashad month considered inauspicious? This article gives brief details and information about Ashada masam. Ashada masam or Ashad month, also corresponds and coincides with Aadi Masam or Aadi month in Tamil calendar, is considered as inauspicious in Hindu Astrology. Significance of Ashada Masam in Telugu […]

Aadi Masam 2020 | Aadi Month dates in Tamil Calendar

Aadi masam or Aadi month is the fourth month in traditional Tamil calendar followed in Tamil Nadu. In 2020, Aadi Masam begins on July 16 and ends on August 16 (32 days). Aadi month begins on Karkadaka Sankranti or Karka Sankramana day when Sun transits to Karkataka Rashi or Cancer zodiac from Mithuna Rashi or […]

Aadi Festival at Kulasekharapatnam Mutharamman Temple

Aadi Festival at Mutharamman Temple, Kulasekharapatnam is one of the most celebrated temple festivals at this temple. In 2017, Aadi Padinettam utsavams begins on 31 July and ends on 2 August in this temple. The Sri Mutharamman Temple is located in Kulasekharapatnam near Thiruchendur in the Thoothukudi district, Tamil Nadu. It is 300 years old. Navarathiri […]

Aadi Kundam at Mettupalayam VanaBadrakaliamman Temple

Aadi Kundam is one of the popular temple festival at Mettupalayam VanaBadrakaliamman Temple in Tamil Nadu. In 2017, Aadi Kundam festival begins on 18 July and ends on 1 August. Sri VanaBadrakaliamman Temple is situated amidst Mettupalayam to Thekkampatti road route. It is just 5 kilometers away from Mettupalayam, which falls under Coimbatore District in […]

Aadi Latcharchanai at Palani Periyanayagi Amman Temple

Aadi Latcharchanai at Periyanayagi Amman Temple, Palani is one of the popular festivals celebrated at Periya Nayagi Amman Temple. In 2017, Aadi Latcharchanai date at Periyanayagi Amman Temple is – August 11. Popularly called ‘Town Temple’, this large and spacious temple is in the heart of Palani town of Tamil Nadu. In the Aadi Month, one lakh archanas […]

Aadi Chevvai worship | Tuesdays in Aadi Month

Aadi Chevvai (Tuesday in Aadi Month) is one of the auspicious pujas held in all Devi Temples dedicated to Goddess Shakti. In 2019, Aadi Chevvai dates are – July 23, July 30, August 6 and August 13. Avvayar Amman temple in Nagercoil is one of the holy places in Tamil Nadu where Aadi Chevvai festival […]

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2 August 2016 is Aadi Perukku (Padinettam Perukku, Aadi Padinettu). It is one of the famous festivals of Tamil Nadu. It is observed on the 18th day of Aadi month. This festival is celebrated on eighteenth day of Aadi masam in Tamil calendar. Aadi Perukku festival is celebrated mainly by women in Cauvery delta region. Women celebrate […]

Aadi Festival 2018 in Nagercoil Avvayar Amman Temple

Aadi festival, a month-long festival during Aadi month in Tamil calendar, begins on July 17, 2018. The festival begins on the first Tuesday of Tamil month of Aadi (July 17, 2018). Avvayar Amman temple in Nagercoil is one of the holy places in Tamil Nadu where Aadi festival is celebrated with utmost gaiety. Women offer special […]

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Today, 16 July, Aadi masam 2012 or Aadi month in Tamil calendar begins. Aadi masam ends on August 16. It begins on Karkataka Sankranti or on the day of Sun’s transition into Karkataka rashi (Cancer zodiac) from Mithuna Rashi (Gemini zodiac). Aadi masam is an inauspicious month as per the Tamil Astrology and religious history […]

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Daily panchangam July 2011 or Hindu daily calendar July 2011 gives daily Hindu astrology details like tithi, nakshatra, yoga, and shubha muhurthams in this month.  July 2011 coincides with Ashada month & Shravan month in North Indian Hindi calendars and it is Ashada month in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarati calendars. This month is Jyeshto […]