"Maha-Sivaratri" is a Hindu festival observed on the night of the fourteenth day of the dark half in the month of 'Nov', in Tamil 'Aippasi', corresponding to the English months 'Oct—Nov', in honour of Siva
Panguni Uttiram is a festival celebrating celestial marriages. Lord Shiva weds goddess Meenakshi (a Parvati incarnation) on this date. Also celebrated is the marriage of Lord Subramanya to Theivanai, the adopted daughter of Indra.
The Varushapirapu is the Tamil New Year, it is a time for celebrating new and prosperous beginnings. The 14th of April is the beginning of the first month Chittirai of the Tamil year (Kara year), which is celebrated as the New Year
Each day one should wake up and see one of these things the first thing in the morning : Temple Gopuram, Shiva Lingam, Pictures of Gods, a mountain surrounded by clouds, sea, sun, fox, gold or the palm of your right hand. If you do so that day would be favourable to you
Goddess Durga, also known as Parvati or Lalitha is the wife (consort) of Lord Shiva and exists in various divine (both friendly and fearful) forms. Two of her fierce but very powerful forms are Durga (goddess beyond reach) and Kali (goddess of destruction)....