Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple Calendar 2014 – 2015





The Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala is open for darshan only during certain specific periods in a year. Below are the dates on which the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple will remain open during 2014 – 2015.
The temple is open for monthly pujas for five days from the first of Malayalam month on all months in year. Other days when the temple is open are for Sabarimala Shrine festival, Vishu, Ayyappa Idol installation anniversary puja, Onam puja, Sri Chitira Attam Thirunnal, two months during the Mandalam Pooja season (November – December) and finally during the Makaravilakku Puja (January) season.

Sabarimala Ayyappa TempleCalendar 2014 – 2015

Sabariamala 2014

November 2014 at Sabarimala
November 17, 2014 – Mandala Kalam Starts – Shrine open for 41 days
Temple open on all days from November 16 evening..

December 2014 at Sabarimala
Temple open on all days till the night of December 27, 2014 on all days.
December 27, 2014 – Sabarimala Mandala Puja - Temple closes in the evening
December 30, 2014 – Temple opens for Makaravilakku.

Sabariamala 2015

January 2015 at Sabarimala
January 14, 2015 – Makaravilakku Puja
Temple open on all days till January 20, 2015
Temple closes at night on January 20, 2015.

February 2015 at Sabarimala

February 12, 2015 to February 17, 2015 – Kumbha Masa Puja – Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.
March 2015 at Sabarimala
March 14, 2015 to March 19, 2015 – Meena Masa Puja Monthly Puja
 March 24, 2015 to April 3, 2015 - Sabarimala Annual Temple Festival.
April 2015 at Sabarimala

April 3, 2015 - Painguni Festival and Special Arattu Puja is on
April 10, 2015 – April 19, 2015 – Vishu and Medam month Puja and Darshan

April 15, 2015 – Vishu Kani Darshan at the Temple
April 19, 2015 - Vishu Festival Ends
May 2015 at Sabarimala
May 14, 2015 to May 19, 2015 – Edava Masa Puja - Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.
 May 28 – Ayyappa Idol installation anniversary puja
May 29 – Ayyappa Idol installation anniversary day
June 2015 at Sabarimala
June 15, 2015 to June 20, 2015 – Mithuna Masa Puja – Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.
July 2015 at Sabarimala
July 16, 2015 to July 21, 2015 – Karkidaka Masa Puja – Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.
There is also a Niraputtari in this month and the date is decided by the Travancore Royal Family.
August 2015 at Sabarimala
August 16, 2015 to August 21, 2015 – Chinga Masa Puja – Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.
August 26 to August 30 - Onam Puja.
 – Thiru Onam Puja

September 2015 at Sabarimala
September 16, 2015 to September 21, 2015 – Kanni Masa Puja – Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.

October 2015 at Sabarimala
October 17, 2015 to October 22, 2015 – Thulam Masa Puja – Monthly Puja – The temple remains open for five days during the period.

November 2015 at Sabarimala
November 10 – Sri Chitira Attam Thirunnal
November 17, 2015 – Mandala Kalam Starts – Shrine open for 41 days
Temple open on all days from November 16 evening..

December 2015 at Sabarimala
Temple open on all days till the night of December 27, 2015 on all days.
December 27, 2015 – Sabarimala Mandala Puja - Temple closes in the evening
December 30, 2015 – Temple opens for Makaravilakku.

Sabariamala 2016

January 2016 at Sabarimala
January 15, 2016 – Makaravilakku Puja
Temple open on all days till January 20, 2016
Temple closes at night on January 20, 2016.
Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple Timings
On the above days the temple usually opens at 0400hrs and closes at 1300 hrs and then opens again at 1600 hrs and closes at 2300 hrs.
Neyyabhishekam takes place from 0430 hrs to 1130 hrs.
During the peak seasons the timings might altered to accommodate the large number of devotees.
Daily Puja Timings

The Usual Puja Timings are as follows when the temple is open:
Temple opens at 0300 hrs (3: 00 AM)
Nirmalya Darshan is at 0305 hrs
Mahaganapati homam is at 0315 hrs to 1145 hrs
Neyabhishekam from is at 0315 hrs to 1145 hrs
Usha Puja (Morning puja) is at 07:30 hrs
Uccha Puja (Afternoon Puja) is at 12:30 hrs
The Temple closes afternoon at 13:00 hrs (01:00 PM)

Evening Puja
In the evening Temple opens at 15:00 hrs (3: 00 PM)
Deeparadhana (Evening puja) is at 18:30 hrs
Pushpa Abhishekam is at 19:00 hrs
Athazha Puja is at 23:00 hrs
Harivarasanam – at 23:30 hrs
The Temple closes for the day at 23:45 hrs

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Black Magic and its causes


Black Magic and its causes

Dedicated Service


Black Magic and its causes
(These Information's  are  given for an awareness to the readers  only)


Following are the symptoms & types of black magic
 A complete amil and magician can do almost anything with the help of this black magic art, except for escaping death and bringing the dead back to life.

  Due to jealousy, heart burning or some base cause, the Tantriks use cheap tactics to overcome the adversaries, which ruins one's life. Are you also under such a spell?
We must have peace and happiness in life, and to achieve the same we work hard. But we do not get in return to the proportions of our labour.

We get very little even after the best of our efforts, we toil to get success in our business but the profits are too little.
 We do not want any discontentment or discord in our family life, but inspite of our best efforts, the peace and tranquility of our family is disturbed.

On the other hand people work very little, but get too much in return. Businessmen have ample wealth just be putting in little efforts, bit we are disappointed even after continuous efforts. It leads us to conclude, that there are some evil forces which make our strategies unsuccessful.

Some bad effects of Tantrik Prayog


1. Continuous illness. All treatments fail.
2. Constant worries, suicidal tendencies, or a desire to move away from home and family.
3. Continuous illness of any member of the family.
4. Too much weakness associated with obesity and being short tempered.
5. Sterility, without any physical deficiency or without any medical reason.
6. Repeated miscarriages or death of the children.
7. Sudden unnatural deaths in the family.
8. Problems in the construction of house, factory or any other building.
9. Shortness of money, in-spite of hard labour.
10. No desire to live. Feels suffocated. Life seems useless. No desire to rise in life.
11. Sudden quarrels between brothers or the members of the family, without any reason.
12. Achievement of objectives seems impossible.
13. Loss in the business of property.
14. Ill-health and under-development of children.
15. Loss of peace due to the fear of enemies and their evil designs.
16. Discord between spouses or the family.
17. Greatest efforts resulting in a failure.
18. Lack of Govt. favors, promotions and the desired transfers.
19. Poverty, in-spite of hard work.       
 

These are some effects which prove that you are under the spell of Black Magic. Though intelligent, you fail to find solution to such problems. It is due to the Tantrik Prayog that all your wisdom, all your strategies and all your intelligence fails.






Raksha Prayog-

In order to overcome all these troubles, Raksha Prayog is indispensable, to make such Black Magic ineffective.
As already told, such art is known only to those Tantrik scholars, who have performed Sadhna and attained Siddhi. 




Please don't hesitate to contact us, if you need any help or guidance in this regard.



For more details contact:

M.K.Sivakumar Pillai , Chennai, India

+91 999 428 1392
+91 994 128 4555

Friday, October 26, 2012

வெல்லம்- A Boon for Ladies



இன்று ரத்த சோகையை வெல்லும், வெல்லம் பற்றிய தகவல்...

ரத்தசோகை...

இரும்புச் சத்துக் குறைவுதான் ரத்தசோகைக்கு முக்கியக் காரணம். உடல் வெளுக்கும். நகம் வெளுக்கும். முகம் வீங்கும். கண் இமை மற்றும் உள் உதடுகளில் வெண்படலம் தெரியும். அடிக்கடி மூச்சுத் திணறும். கை, கால் வலிக்கும். இவை எல்லாம் முக்கிய அறிகுறிகள்.

இரும்பு வெல்லம்..

பனைவெல்லத்தைவிடவும் கரும்பி-ல் இருந்து எடுக்கப்படும் வெல்லத்தில் இரும்புச் சத்து அதிக அளவில் உண்டு. 100 கிராம் வெல்லத்தில் 2.64 மில்லி கிராம் இரும்புச் சத்தும் 80 மில்லி கிராம் கால்ஷியமும் உள்ளது. இரும்புச் சத்தும் கால்சியமும் சேரும்போது உடலுக்கு நல்ல வலு கிடைக்கும். தவிர பொட்டாஷியம், சோடியம், கால்ஷியம், பாஸ்பரஸ், மங்கனீஸ் மற்றும் துத்தநாகம் ஆகியவையும் வெல்லத்தில் உண்டு.

நீடித்த பலன்...

சீனியை உட்கொள்ளும்போது சத்துப் பொருட்கள் உடனடியாக உடலில் சேரும். ஆனால் வெல்லம் சத்துக்களை உடலில் தேக்கிவைத்துத் தேவைப்படும்போது தரும்.

பெண்களுக்கு மாதவிடாயின்போது சோர்வாகவும், படபடப்பாகவும் இருக்கும். அந்த நிலையில் வெல்லம் சாப்பிட்டால், நிச்சயம் நல்ல பலன் கிடைக்கும். ஒவ்வாமையால் ஏற்படும் ஆஸ்துமா நோய்க்கு வெல்லம் ஒரு வரப்பிரசாதம். வாதம், பித்தம் மற்றும் காமாலை நோய்களுக்கு வெல்லத்தைத் துணை மருந்தாகத் தரலாம். வெல்லத்தைச் சமையலில் பயன்படுத்தும்போது சுவை அதிகரிக்கும்.

ஓமம், மிளகு வெல்லம் மூன்றையும் சம அளவில் எடுத்துப் பொடி செய்து, காலை மற்றும் இரவு அரைத் தேக்கரண்டி வீதம் சாப்பிட்டுவந்தால், வயிற்றுக் கடுப்பு கழிச்சல் தீரும். குடல் புழுக்களைக் கட்டுப்படுத்த அதிகாலையில் வெல்லத்தைச் சிறிது அளவு உட்கொள்ளலாம்.
 

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Black Magic practices in India

Black Magic practices in India

Recent incidents of killings in the name of superstition show the dark side of India's progressive society. And all is being done in the name of bringing peace, harmony and prosperity to those involved.
When all efforts fail to keep hope alive and life on a steady keel, then a large number of people in India still turn to black magic and superstitious practices for quick-fix solutions.
The so-called curators, known as ‘Tantrik', or ‘Baba' (occult and black magic practitioners), claim to be able to resolve issues of marital discord, or health and financial problems. Not only do the poor or uneducated fall victim to their claims, but the educated and the elite of society do as well.
Early this week, in one of the cities of West Bengal, a beheaded body of a local Ayurveda doctor was found near a temple. His head was found near a crematorium with some flowers, incense sticks and blood. “This made the foul play of black magic very clear,” local police said.
A fortune-teller looking into her cards by candlelight
Fortune-telling is big business and not just in India
Similarly, a few months ago in the Southern city of Hyderabad police detained 14 alleged black magic practitioners accused of cheating people. They had a distinguished clientele including politicians, sports personalities, students and housewives.
Another incident, reported in a remote village of the western state of Maharashtra last year, was about the arrest of a childless couple for allegedly killing five young boys, as a self-proclaimed devout sage told them ‘it would help the woman to conceive.'
These gruesome cases, the authorities say, suggest that fraudulent and exploitative practices are being performed extensively across India.
Quick-fix Solutions
So many people get caught in the muddle of false beliefs, blind faith and superstitious practices, said one women who once tried magic to boost her career.
Irrational thinking propels people to opt for such practices for quick results. It is publicized through word of mouth; in fact, a chance success story begets the vicious circle of black magic and superstition,” said Sumita Amar, who is now an event manager.
Crystal ball resting on a book of magic spells
Many people look for ways to see the future, improve their love lives or advance careers
Indians are already availing themselves of astrology, palm-reading, numerology, tea leaf prophecies, and such like, and black magic only makes things worse.
Shantanu, a banker, visited a ‘Baba' to bring his career and love life back on track. His problems remained unresolved and instead he went into debt to pay the Baba's recurring fees, he says.
“When times are tough we panic and opt for such silly alternatives,” he told DW.
In another instance, a woman we will call Savita also told DW that she did a 'silly' thing:. “To help my husband flourish his business I was asked by a Tantrik to keep a well-lit earthen lamp with some lemon, chillies and vermillion every Saturday at a crossroad. Nothing happened, except that I was caught doing this and now my neighbors and relatives have turned their backs on me assuming that I perform black magic.”
Blind Faith
India is a country where traditions and customs are born out of blind faith in the name of God.
“I am very religious yet I was in a dilemma when I first heard about the Hanuman temple at Mehandipur in Rajasthan. It is believed that the deity in this temple has divine powers to cure a person possessed with evil spirits. The treatment here includes afflicting physical pain to one's body. I find it very bizarre at a time when we talk about being advanced and modern,” said Sumita, the event manager.
“This may seem old-fashioned, but thousands of people are believed to have been cured in this way,” one priest, defending the practices, told DW.
Lack of Reasoning
Dr Navneet, working in a government hospital in India said, “The practitioners of black magic are at times more trusted than a doctor. They treat jaundice, dog, snake or scorpion bites with chants, instead of medicine.”
Alladdin's magic lamp
Superstititon often trumps reason when reality is hard to bear
Things become worse when they seek sexual favors by claiming to be an incarnation of a holy spirit, or the client's wife or husband in past life, revealed Namrata Datye, a social worker.
The ability to reason ceases when problems surround us, and the ‘practitioners' take advantage of that opportunity. The story of Nirmal Baba, a self proclaimed godman and spiritual leader, is a case in point. He was charged with several counts of cheating and fraud in several states across India.
Unlawful practices definitely need a law
Though education plays a pivotal role in eradicating such practices, the widespread use of black magic also needs to be dealt with from a legal standpoint.
There is a thin line between faith and superstition that needs to be defined in law, as these practices and rituals performed in the name of God may be an expression of faith to some. This idea has been set down in the Anti-Superstition Bill of India, but is still waiting to be declared law, says Bhuwan Prakash Sharma, a lawyer in Jaipur.
But even before it becomes law, it is already the focus of protests.
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, a Hindu religious and social organization, on its website mentions the views of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a right-wing Hindu nationalist group, which opposes the proposed Anti-Superstitions Act, stating that it was ‘an attack on faith in the name of eradicating superstition.'
Author: Tanushree Sharma Sandhu
Editor: Gregg Benzow
Source : http://www.dw.de/dw/article ( This Article is re-produced in my blog for the awareness of Public, whom should not be victimized in any form . I thank Ms. Tanushree Sharma Sandhu, Author of this Article)

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Black Magic and its causes

Dedicated Service


Black Magic and its causes
(These Information's  are  given for an awareness to the readers  only)


Following are the symptoms & types of black magic
 A complete amil and magician can do almost anything with the help of this black magic art, except for escaping death and bringing the dead back to life.

  Due to jealousy, heart burning or some base cause, the Tantriks use cheap tactics to overcome the adversaries, which ruins one's life. Are you also under such a spell?

We must have peace and happiness in life, and to achieve the same we work hard. But we do not get in return to the proportions of our labour.

We get very little even after the best of our efforts, we toil to get success in our business but the profits are too little.

 We do not want any discontentment or discord in our family life, but inspite of our best efforts, the peace and tranquility of our family is disturbed.

On the other hand people work very little, but get too much in return. Businessmen have ample wealth just be putting in little efforts, bit we are disappointed even after continuous efforts. It leads us to conclude, that there are some evil forces which make our strategies unsuccessful.



Some bad effects of Tantrik Prayog


1. Continuous illness. All treatments fail.
2. Constant worries, suicidal tendencies, or a desire to move away from home and family.
3. Continuous illness of any member of the family.
4. Too much weakness associated with obesity and being short tempered.
5. Sterility, without any physical deficiency or without any medical reason.
6. Repeated miscarriages or death of the children.
7. Sudden unnatural deaths in the family.
8. Problems in the construction of house, factory or any other building.
9. Shortness of money, inspite of hard labour.
10. No desire to live. Feels suffocated. Life seems useless. No desire to rise in life.
11. Sudden quarrels between brothers or the members of the family, without any reason.
12. Achievement of objectives seems impossible.
13. Loss in the business of property.
14. Ill-health and under-development of children.
15. Loss of peace due to the fear of enemies and their evil designs.
16. Discord between spouses or the family.
17. Greatest efforts resulting in a failure.
18. Lack of Govt. favours, promotions and the desired transfers.
19. Poverty, inspite of hard work.       
 

These are some effects which prove that you are under the spell of Black Magic. Though intelligent, you fail to find solution to such problems. It is due to the Tantrik Prayog that all your wisdom, all your strategies and all your intelligence fails.






Raksha Prayog-

In order to overcome all these troubles, Raksha Prayog is indispensable, to make such Black Magic ineffective.
As already told, such art is known only to those Tantrik scholars, who have performed Sadhna and attained Siddhi. 




Please don't hesitate to contact us, if you need any help or guidance in this regard.



For more details contact:

Richieshiva

+91 999 428 1392
+91 994 128 4555

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Temples in Kerala


Location map of some smaller temples in Gosripuram
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information source :  http://gsbkerala.com/temple/gsbtemples.htm

Sunday, April 29, 2012

What does the Bible say about white magic



"What does the Bible say about white magic"







White magic is described as “good” magic, as opposed to black magic which draws upon the powers of evil beings. Opinions vary as to the differences between black and white magic, ranging from the idea that they are two names for exactly the same thing, to the belief that they are completely different, especially in goals and intent. The Bible does not differentiate between “good” and “bad” magic. Magic is magic as far as the Bible is concerned. Scripture doesn’t distinguish whether the magic is supposed to be used for good or for bad; it’s all forbidden because it appeals to a source of power other than God. 

Those who practice white magic, also often called Wicca, worship the creation rather than the Creator, and while they may not call on the devil or evil spirits, they often appeal to “mother earth,” angels, and/or the elements. The central Wiccan theme is, “if it does no harm, do your own will.” Many who dabble in white magic call themselves Wiccans, whether they actually are or not. Although Wicca is fairly open-ended and there are various “denominations” and theological positions within the belief, there are certain beliefs, practices, and traditions which connect adherents of white magic to Wicca.

Whether the intent is to venerate “mother” earth, the elements, or the angels and one intends to do only good, the reality is that ultimately there is no distinction between white and black magic because they both worship something other than God. It’s frightening to think that the adherents of white magic are unknowingly praying to and beseeching the same god that adherents of black magic are—Satan.

Throughout Scripture, in both the Old and New Testaments, all forms of witchcraft are in violation of God's law and are condemned. (Deuteronomy 18:10-16Leviticus 19:2631;20:27Acts 13:8-10). Pharaoh’s magicians tried to duplicate the miracles done by Moses and Aaron by using their “secret arts,” which refers to “the ceremonies or rituals sorcerers and magicians use to accomplish their ends: incantations, spells, magic words, wearing of charms, amulets” and so on (Exodus 7:118:7). The apostle Paul condemned Elyas, the sorcerer, proclaiming him a “child of the devil” who was full of “all kinds of deceit and trickery” and was “perverting the right ways of the Lord” (Acts 13:10). Nowhere in the Bible is any sorcerer or magician portrayed in a positive light. All are condemned by God. 

Scripture says that God hates all magic, whether it is the right-hand path, or the left-hand path. Why? Because it doesn’t come from God. Satan deceives people by making them think white magic is beneficial. He can do this because he pretends to be an angel of light (2 Corinthians 11:14), but his desire is to ensnare the souls of as many as he can. The Bible warns against him and his evil tricks. “Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour” (1 Peter 5:8).

"The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons" (1 Timothy 4:1). Real spiritual power only comes from God, from a right relationship with Him through faith in Jesus Christ, and from the Holy Spirit who lives in the hearts of believers.