Vaishakha Punya Masa
Vaishakha is the second Lunar Month in the Hindu Lunar Calendar, whose computation began from the Equinoctial New Moon, Amavaysa, which fell on March 28. So Chaitradi, the First Lunar Month, started on 28 Mar.
On 27 Apr 2017, we have the second lunar month of Vaishakha, which is considered a Holy Month for the Eternians. Like the Vrischika Punya Masa, the month of Sidereal Scorpio, Vaishakha is full of esoteric significance. Vaishakha is the Lunar Month, when the Solar Ingress into Taurus takes place, Vaishakhe Vrisha Sankranti. Guruvayur, the fourth largest pilgrim center in the world, becomes full of pilgrims.
The Baisakhi Festival, the beginning of the Punjabi Calendar bears close resemblance to Vaisakha. Also the Vaikaasi, the second lunar month in the Tamil Calendar. It is called Pohela Boisakh in Bengal and Bohag Bihu in Assam.
Some Sacred Days fall within Vaishakha.
Akshaya Thritheeya - This is the Third Lunation ( Longitude of Moon in between (2*12) - (3*12) degrees from the Sun ) in the Waxing Moon Fortnight in Vaishakha ,
People buy a lot of gold during this Day, as the belief is that anything acquired will multiply ! Akshaya means inexhaustible and Akshaya Thritheeya is the day to acquire anything inexhuastibly !
Sankara Jayanti. This is the Shukla Panchami, the Fifth Lunation in Bright Fortnight
Trichur Pooram . This falls on 5 May and this is when the Moon tenants Pubba in the sidereal month of Mesha.
This is a glorious event, with ten temples participating. The Exchange of Umbrellas at night is one of the most beautiful sights in the world, as per UNESCO. The percussion symphony is also world class. Trichur Pooram brings all people together.
We thank the Center for
giving immense security and Fireworks went on
There is another Pooram, Kattakampal
Pooram, wherein Mother Kali destroys
the Ego, Darika
The Sun rising with Aries
& Moon in Uttara kickstart another Festival, the
Kodiyettam at Irinjalakuda. Next Day after Tcr Pooram
Buddha Pournima. This is on the Full Moon Day in Vaishakha.
Vyasa Jayanti. This is on the 14th Lunation ( Long Moon in between ( 13*12) ... ( 14*12) degrees from Sun) in the Waxing Moon Fortnight in Vaishakha.
Vyasa wrote 400 K verses and gave the magnificent Initiation Science Manual, Geetha to the world !
Narasimha Jayanti is on the 14th Lunation ( Moon in between ( 13*12) .... ( 14*12) degrees from the Sun ) in the Brigth Fortnight in Vaishakha.