Matsya Jayanti or the appearance day of Matsya Avatar of Lord Vishnu is observed on Chaitra Shukla Tritiya or the third day in waxing phase of Chaitra month (March – April). In 2020, Matsya Jayanthi date is March 27. Matsya Avatar or fish incarnation of Lord Vishnu is his first of Dashavatar (10 divine incarnations). […]
In connection with Matsya Jayanti on 27 March 2020, special rituals will be observed in the famous sub-shrine of Sri Vedanarayana Swamy temple in Nagulapuram. The day starts with Suprabhatam followed by Thomala and Archana. Later Tiruveedhi utsavam is observed between 6:30am and 8:30am followed by Snapana tirumanjanam to deities between 9am and 11am. Garuda […]
Matsya Jayanti in Nagalapuram Vedanarayana Swamy Temple – 9 April 2016 .. In connection with Matsya Jayanthi on April 9, the famous temple of Nagulapuram is gearing up for the fete as it is prominently houses Lord Srimannarayana in Matsyavathara. As a part of the fete, there will be suprabhatam, thomala, archana, sahasranamarchana in the […]
Today, 2 April 2014 is Matsya Jayanti, the first appearance day of Matsya Avatara, the first incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is also referred to as Meena Jayanti (Meena Avatara Jayanti). Among Vishnu’s Dashavatar, Matsya Avatar is the primary and the first avatar from which evolution has started. Matsya Jayanti falls on the third day […]
Today, 25 March 2012 is Matsya Jayanti (Matsyotpatti). It is the first appearance day of Lord Vishnu’s first avatar (fish incarnation). Among Vishnu’s Dashavatar, Matsya Avatar is the primary and the first avatar from which evolution has started. Matsya Jayanti falls on the third day in Shukla Paksha of Chaitra Month. Matsya Jayanti is celebrated […]
Matsya Jayanti is a festival dedicated to Matsya avatar or fish incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is observed on Chaitra Shukla Thadiya, third day in bright half of Chaitra month. Tarani Misro made sand sculpture of Matsyaavataram for Matsya Jayanti eve. In 2011, Matsya Jayanti date is April 6.