AVANI AVITTAM 2009 PDF

It is a highly auspicious day for the Brahmin community. The ritual is also referred as Shravani. It is also a day for traditional Vedic studies. Recitation of the Vedas on this great day is highly beneficial.

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Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise. Yajurveda Upakarma Upakarma means beginning or Arambham and it refers to the ritualistic beginning of learning Veda. Apart from learning Vedas on Upakarma day, Brahmins ritually change their Upanayana thread along with Shrauta rituals.

Upakarma which is a Vedic ritual is still practiced by Hindus of Brahmin community. Those who follow Yajurveda observe the Upakarma on the full moon day during Shravan month i. Hence the day to observe Upakarma might differ for the followers of Yajurveda and Rigveda. Upakarma is known as Avani Avittam in Tamil Nadu. For those who do their first Upakarma, it is known as Thalai Avani Avittam.

Brahmins choose the day of Shravana Purnima to begin the study of Vedas as the day coincides with Hayagriva Jayanti. Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is considered the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that Lord Hayagriva restored all Vedas to Brahma. The main purpose of the Upakarma ritual is to offer prayers and express the gratitude to those Rishis who gave the knowledge of Vedas and revealed Vedic Mantras to the mankind.

The next day of Upakarma is known as Gayatri Japam day. Samaveda Upakarma day usually falls after fortnight of Yajurveda and Rigveda Upakarma day.

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Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise. Yajurveda Upakarma Upakarma means beginning or Arambham and it refers to the ritualistic beginning of learning Veda. Apart from learning Vedas on Upakarma day, Brahmins ritually change their Upanayana thread along with Shrauta rituals.

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AVANI AVITTAM 2009 PDF

Mamo partha samastha duritha kshya dwara sri paameshwara preethyartham Sroutha smartha vihitha sadachara nithya karmaanushtanaa yogyatha sidhyartham brhma teja abhivrudyartham yagnopaveetha dharanam karishye. Yagnopaveetha dharana maha manthrasya Trushtup chanda touch below nose Paramathma devatha touch heart e. Yagnopaveetha dharane viniyoga Wear Poonal one by one by reciting poonal should be held by both hands, the tie in the poonal being held above by the right hand facing upwards Yagnopaveetham paramam pavithram praja pathe, Yat sahajam purasthad aayushyam Agriyam prathi muncha shubram yagnopaveetham balamasthu theja. After wearing all poonals one by one do Aachamanam g. Remove the old poonals and break them to pieces by reciting Upaveetham bhinna thanthum jeernam kasmala dooshitham, visrujami jale punarbrahman varcho deergayurasthu me. Do aachamanam. Summary meaning: I wear the white yagnopavitha that is purifying , which was born along with brahma, which is capable of increasing life.

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