The aadi month falls during the monsoon season and is essentially a thanksgiving to monsoon which fills the rivers – the lifeline of farmers. The festival is celebrated in full fervor by people residing along the Cauvery River bank. Perukku means rising – indicating the rising water in rivers. The festival is essentially a form of Nature worship
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
It is believed that Parvati resides at the base, Saraswati at the centre of the palm of your hand and Laksmi at the upper portion of the hand ie., fingertips. It is therefore advised that the first thing you see after you wake up in the morning is your right hand palm.
“OM SHRI GANESHAYA NAMAH” It is the mantra of Lord Ganesha which is repeated at the commencement of every undertaking or spiritual Sadhna, for the removal of obstacles and attainment of success.Ganesha is the god of wisdom...