Atla Tadde 2022 | Atla Thadde Gowri Vratam in Andhra Pradesh

Atla Tadde, a regional festival of Andhra Pradesh, is observed on the third day after Ashwayuja Pournami, Ashwayuja Ashukla Thadiya. In 2022, Atla Thadde date is October 12. This festival is a Telugu equivalent of Karva Chauth, a prominent festival of North India. This vratam is mainly performed by married women for their marital bliss […]

Diwali 2014, Deepavali 2014 date

Diwali or Deepavali is the most celebrated festival in India. In 2014, Diwali date is October 23. Diwali festival is a five-day celebration which begins with Dhanteras (Dhan Trayodasi). The second day of Diwali is Narak Chaturdasi (Roop Chaudas / Kali Chaudas). Third day of the festival is main Diwali (Deepavali). Bali Pratipada (Govardhan Puja) […]

Atla Tadde: Main rituals & customs

Atla Taddeis one of the main festivals in Andhra Pradesh which is celebrated on the third day after Ashwayuja Purnima. This festival is observed on Ashwayuja Bahula Thadiya. In 2020, Atla Thaddhe date is November 3. Women keep a day-long fast without food and water on this day. This is also called ‘Nirjala vratam. After […]

Atla Taddi Vratam, Atla Thadde Gauri Puja

Atla Taddi is the festival which falls after Dasara every year. It is the regional festvial of Andhra Pradesh, celebrated by married women as well as unmarried women. Goddess Gauri is worshipped on the day of Atla Taddi. In 2019, Atla Thaddhi vratham date is October 16. It is celebrated on the third day after […]

Atla Taddi Bhogi, Atlataddi Bhogi Festival

Atla Taddi Bhogi is first day of Atla Taddi festival. After Atlataddi Bhogi day, Atla Taddi festival is celebrated. In 2021, Atla Taddi Bhogi date is October 22. It is observed on Ashwayuja Krishna Paksha Vidiya. On this day, Telugu women wake up early morning and take ritual or ceremonial bath. In some places, Gauri […]

Padmanabha Dwadashi vrata 2010 – Dwadasi dedicated to Lord Padmanabha

Padmanabha Dwadashi is observed on Ashwayuja Shukla Dwadashi just two days after the culmination day of Durga Navratri, Vijaya Dashami. In 2010, Padmanabha Dwadashi is observed on October 19. This vrata is dedicated to Lord Ananta Padmanabha Swamy. On this day, Anant Padmanabha swamy is worshipped in all Vaishnava temples (Vishnu temples). It is to be […]

Tirupati Brahmotsavam 2010 – Tirumala Tirupati Venkateshwara Bramhotsavalu 2010

Navarathri Brahmotsavam or Tirumala Tirupati Brahmotsavam is an annual festival celebrated in Tirupati Venkateshwara Temple for nine days in the Hindu month of Ashwayuja masam (September – October). In 2011, TTD Brahmotsavam begins on September 28 and ends on October 6. The 9-day celebrations start with Ankurarpana and ends on October 6th with Dhwajavarohanotsavam. Tirumala […]

Ashwayuja masam 2010 – Aaso mahina 2010

Ashwayuja masam in Telugu, Aswiyuj in Marathi, Ashwayuja maas in Kannada, Aaso month in Gujarati, is the seventh month in Hindu calendar followed in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Karnataka. Aso Maas 2010 or Ashwayuja masam 2010 starts on 8th October and ends on 6th November as per the above calendars. Aso Maas is the last […]