Yudhisthira Maharaj said, “O my Dear Lord Sri Krishna, what is the name of that Ekadasi that occurs during the dark fortnight of the month of Pausha (December-January)? How is it observed, and which Deity is to be worshipped on that sacred day? Please narrate these details to me fully, so that I may understand […]
Pandu Osha, is observed in Odisha in the Margashira month. It is belived that after observing this Osha one can get their Luck. Ths Osha is dedicated to Yudhistira, the eldest of the Pandava brothers. Some other said this Osha is dedicated to Maharaj Pandu the father of Pandavas. Generaly Pandu Osha Falls on full […]
Kurala Panchami the five-day festival of Kurala Panchami, at this time potter stop all work (potting, farming, and manual labour). Chak puja (worship of the wheels and all the other tools used in pottery making and sculpting) is the major focus of the festival.Just prior to the festival, the women in potters family resurface all […]
It is observed on Margasira Sukla Sasthi Tithi i.e. the sixth day of the bright fortnight of Margasira (November-December). Margasira Sukla Sasthi is also celebrated as Prabarana Sasthi . From this day Ghodalagi of the deities begins and the deities wear winter garments (heavy winter garments) till Magha Sukla Panchami or Basanta Panchami i.e. 5th […]
The Hastidwara (Aisvraya) or the elephant gate on the north opens upto aflight of 13 steps of Khandalite leading to inner enclosure, the deities of Lokanth, Uttarayni, Laxmi, Nrusimha and Varaha and Sitala have been installed in the outer enclosure. A sacred well known as Suna Kuna exists here. The water of the well is […]
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