VARAHA JAYANTI: 8TH SEPTEMBER- Varaha is the third incarnation of Lord Vishnu. During the Satya Yuga Vishnu appeared as a boar to save Prithvi, the earth goddess from the demon Hiranyaksha. This demon had stolen the Vedas from Lord Brahma and pushed Prithvi under the ocean. Varaha first raised Prithvi on his tusks and then fought and killed Hiranyaksha and retrieved the Vedas. Devotees believe that Varaha appeared on earth on this day and worship him with fasting and prayers.
Akshaya Tritiya Significance
Akshaya Tritiya Significance Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, Akheti somewhere, is a holy day according to Ethics in Hindu. It falls on the third Tithi (lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of the Hindu month Vaishakha, and one of the four most important days for Hinduism. This also an auspicious day celebrated as Lord Parasurama Jayanti, the sixth incarnation of God Vishnu. On this day Veda Vyas and God Ganesha began to write Mahabharata.
Vaman Jayanti | Vaman Jayanti 2020 | Vaman Jayanti Festival | Vaman Dwadashi | Vaman Dwadashi 2020
Vaman Jayanti is celebrated every year on Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapad month. It is also known as Vaman Dwadashi. In 2012, Vaman Jayanti will be celebrated on 26th September, Wednesday. As per the legends, Lord Vishnu’s incarnation, Lord Vamana was born in the Shravan Nakshatra on this day.
Parashurama Jayanti is well known as birth day of remembrance of sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It falls during Shukla Paksha Tritiya within the month of Vaishakha. it's believed that Rama was born throughout Pradosh Kal and therefore the day when Tritiya prevails throughout Pradosh Kal is taken into account for parashurama Jayanti celebrations.
Moola Mantra - Narayana Ashtakshari Mantra - Dr.R.Thiagarajan
Narayana (Sanskrit: नारायण IAST: Nārāyaṇa) is the Vedic Supreme God (including his different avatars) in Hinduism, venerated as the Supreme Being in Vaishnavism. He is also known as Vishnu and Hari and is venerated as Purushottama or Supreme Purusha in Hindu sacred texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Vedas and the Puranas.