Chitra Pournami 2020: Tiruvannamalai Chitra Pournami Girivalam Watch Online

By | May 5, 2020

Chitra Pournami 2020 Live: Tiruvannamalai Chitra Pournami Girivalam Watch Online:

Chitra Pournami 2020: May 7th 2020

Chitra Pournami 2020 Timing:

Starts from: May 6th 7.28 PM

Ends on: May 7th 5.24 PM

Chitra Pournami 2020

Chitra Pournami 20o is celebrated on May 7th 2020. Chitra Pournami is an Indian festival celebrated by Hindus. On the day of yearly Chitra Pournami, the full moon of the Tamil calendar, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims come from across the world to worship Arunachalesvara. Five temple cars, called ther, with wooden carvings, are used for the procession.

Chitra Purnima is considered as the birthday of Chitragupta, the divine accountant. Lord Brahma created him through the Sun God . He is considered to be the younger brother of Yama, the God of Death, as well as his assistant. Chitragupta is believed to keep vigil on Earth to record the good and bad deeds of human beings.

Arunachalesvara Temple, also called Annamalaiyar Temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located at the base of Arunachala hill in the town of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, India. It is significant to the Hindu sect of Saivism as one of the temples associated with the five elements, the Pancha Bhoota Stalas, and specifically the element of fire, or Agni.

The Full Moon of Chitra in the zodiac sign of Libra is the Moon of “Balancing Karma”. To this energy, Chitra star adds energies of “Abundance” and “Regeneration”. Therefore, the Moon, shining on Earth on this day overflows with positive and creative energies — the energies that are effective in clearing the negative karma that restricts you from enjoying wealth, health, and relationships.

Chitra Pournami 2020 in Tiruvannamalai

Shiva is worshiped as Arunachalesvara or Annamalaiyar, and is represented by the lingam, with his idol referred to as Agni lingam. His consort Parvati is depicted as Unnamalai Amman.The presiding deity is revered in the 7th century Tamil Saiva canonical work, the Tevaram, written by Tamil saint poets known as the nayanars and classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam. The 9th century Saiva saint poet Manikkavasagar composed the Tiruvempaavai here.

It is observed on the day of the full moon in the month of Chithirai or Chaitra, corresponding in the Gregorian calendar to a day in April or May. The festival is dedicated to god Chitragupta, a Hindu deity who is believed to record the good and bad deeds done by men for Yama, the Hindu god of the underworld. On this day, devotees ask Chitragupta to forgive their sins.

It is also believed that when a person dies, Chitragupta immediately makes a thorough check of the list of bad and good karmas of the person. He then passes the message to Lord Yama for taking the final decision on destiny of the soul of the person.

On the festival day, many devotees bathe in rivers or other water bodies to symbolise their sins being washed away. This is especially popular at the river Chitra in the district of Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu, India.

In Kerala city Thiruvananthapuram there is an old temple of Chitra pournami Valiya Thottam Bhagavathi at Pachalloor en-route Kovalam. Here for the last 200 years this festival is being celebrated . The temple belongs to Melanganathil Veedu -Valiya Thottam Tharavadu of the region, which possessed almost all this region and its people. This is a Devi Temple Dedicated to Shakti or Bhagavathi.

You can also experience spiritual awakening on this day through meditation especially, the mediation practice that involves establishing a connection between the crown chakra and heart chakra in your subtle human body.

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