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Panguni Uthram
Venue :  Chennai
Date    :  March 23, 2016



 

Panguni Uthiram is a day of importance to Hindus especially those who belong to Tamilnadu. It falls on the day the moon transits in the asterism of Uttara-phalguni or Uthiram in the twelfth month of the Tamil solar calendar i.e. Panguni (March-April). It is also the full moon of the month of Panguni and is special because the Uthiram nakshatram coincides with the full moon. 
This full moon signifies the marriage of Parvati and Parameswara (Lord Shiva), Murugan and Deyvaanai, and Aandaal and Rangamannar. On Panguni Uthiram, Murugan married Kamalavalli Naachiyar. Also Valmiki's Ramayana says it is on this day and star that Sita's marriage with Rama was celebrated. 
The day is intended to underline the glory of grahasta dharma (or the married life of a householder). The Almighty manifests in the marital state as Uma Maheswara, Sita Rama, and Radha Krishna. Devotees celebrate this day when the Lord, in both Shiva and Vishnu temples, appears to devotees in his married state. 
Devotees flock in hundreds to the all Murugan temples during the Panguni Uthiram festival, which is celebrated in March every year. It is the Jayanti (Day of Incarnation) of Lord Ayyappan. It is also an important festival day for Lord Subramanya (Muruga), as it is on this day that Sri Valli married Lord Subramanya. On this day Goddess Mahalakshmi incarnated on earth from the ocean of milk (after the ocean was churned by the Gods and the demons) and hence it is celebrated as Mahalakshmi Jayanti. Goddess Parvati in the form of Gowri married Lord Siva in Kanchipuram and hence this day is also celebrated as the Gowri Kalyanam.
Panguni Uthiram is a famous festival and special to Murugan devotees. 
Lord Muruga 
'Muruga' literally means - The Beautiful One. Where there is beauty, love shines, and where there is love, truth radiates. When we seek the truth, we get freedom. Lord Muruga is a symbol of eternal youth, wisdom and liberation. Muruga is the essence of the Trinity. 'Mu' stands for Mukunda (Vishnu), 'Ru' for Rudra (Shiva), and 'Ka' for Kamala (Brahma), therefore Muruga represents the three divine functions - creation, protection and destruction.
The divine force of Panguni Uthiram can blow away the misunderstandings & troubles in a marriage and paves the way for a happy married life.
Homam: Subramanya homam
Every relationship comes with potential conflicts. It is hard to find a relationship that has no conflict. So having a conflict in a relationship is not really abnormal. It certainly does not mean the end of the relationship. It only means that we now have an opportunity to improve on the relationship and even take it to the next level.
Generally, our relationships are karmic and sometimes full of suffering and strife. Many break due to misunderstandings, egoism, and karma. Many marriages dissolve due to improper matching of the horoscopes or complete disregard of this science. We would be wise to strive to develop 'divine relationships' in our human lives. The celestial wedding ceremonies are considered to be greatly significant and the most apt day to receive the blessings and energies of the divine. The deity is an epitome to teach the world and its residents that relationship is an everlasting bond in the world, which should be embraced with love and faith towards each other. The weddings of the divine beings happen very often, however the consort is one and the same every time and this represents truthfulness and faithfulness. One cannot experience a higher level of joy than in a divine relationship.
To get rid of litigation and other legal issues, pray to the Lord Muruga/ Subramaniya, who has the power to bless you with a trouble-free life from litigation issues. Conducting Poojas and archanas to him will help invoke his blessings for your trouble-free future ahead.
Significance
Lord Muruga is the epitome of happiness and divine light. Whoever is devoted to him, he blesses them with a blissful body of light. Lord Muruga is the total giver of all aspects (beauty, wealth, authority, wisdom, progeny, vigor and valor) and fulfills all expectations in this materialistic world. He, when worshipped with utmost faith, will answer all your prayers. It is strongly believed that the Lord converses with his ardent devotees.
Benefits 
Brings all-round success
Destroys negative elements
Debt and diseases get alleviated
Success in all their endeavors
Recommended for 
Those suffering from negative impacts on their lives
Everybody who longs to attain success in life
Those who wish to get rid of debts
Those who want to get rid of obstacles in their lives

PANGUNI UTHRAM 
23rd March 2016

Panguni Uthiram is a day of importance to Hindus especially those who belong to Tamilnadu. It falls on the day the moon transits in the asterism of Uttara-phalguni or Uthiram in the twelfth month of the Tamil solar calendar i.e. Panguni (March-April). It is also the full moon of the month of Panguni and is special because the Uthiram nakshatram coincides with the full moon. 

This full moon signifies the marriage of Parvati and Parameswara (Lord Shiva), Murugan and Deyvaanai, and Aandaal and Rangamannar. On Panguni Uthiram, Murugan married Kamalavalli Naachiyar. Also Valmiki's Ramayana says it is on this day and star that Sita's marriage with Rama was celebrated. The day is intended to underline the glory of grahasta dharma (or the married life of a householder). The Almighty manifests in the marital state as Uma Maheswara, Sita Rama, and Radha Krishna. Devotees celebrate this day when the Lord, in both Shiva and Vishnu temples, appears to devotees in his married state. 

Devotees flock in hundreds to the all Murugan temples during the Panguni Uthiram festival, which is celebrated in March every year. It is the Jayanti (Day of Incarnation) of Lord Ayyappan. It is also an important festival day for Lord Subramanya (Muruga), as it is on this day that Sri Valli married Lord Subramanya. On this day Goddess Mahalakshmi incarnated on earth from the ocean of milk (after the ocean was churned by the Gods and the demons) and hence it is celebrated as Mahalakshmi Jayanti. Goddess Parvati in the form of Gowri married Lord Siva in Kanchipuram and hence this day is also celebrated as the Gowri Kalyanam.Panguni Uthiram is a famous festival and special to Murugan devotees. 

Lord Muruga 
'Muruga' literally means - The Beautiful One. Where there is beauty, love shines, and where there is love, truth radiates. When we seek the truth, we get freedom. Lord Muruga is a symbol of eternal youth, wisdom and liberation. Muruga is the essence of the Trinity. 'Mu' stands for Mukunda (Vishnu), 'Ru' for Rudra (Shiva), and 'Ka' for Kamala (Brahma), therefore Muruga represents the three divine functions - creation, protection and destruction.
The divine force of Panguni Uthiram can blow away the misunderstandings & troubles in a marriage and paves the way for a happy married life.

 

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