Adi Pooram is celebrated in all Hindu temples in southern India in the month called Adi or Ashadha, corresponding to the English months of July-August, when the asterism Pooram (Delta Leonis) is in the ascendancy. The festival is observed to propitiate the goddess Sakti Devi
Garuda Panchami pooja is dedicated to Sri Garudalwar, also known as "Periya Thiruvadi". This pooja is usually performed by women and benefits their children. Garudalwar is propitiated by women who wish to give birth to bold, brave and sharp-minded children like Garudan.
Serpents or Naga Devatas are worshipped on Shravan Shukla Panchami also called as Naga Panchami. According to Hindu Mythology, Serpents are considered divine. People go to temples and snake pits in temples to worship the Nagas. A lot of people fast on the Panchami day and take food only in the evening
Krishna, probably the most important of the ten incarnations of Vishnu, is believed to be Vishnu himself by the Vaisnavas. From his early life given in the Harivansa, Vishnu Purana, bhagavat Purana and other...