Pancha Bootha Stalam Prayers August 2018

The Pancha Bhoota temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and these five temples are said to be the important places of pilgrimage in South India, especially for devotees of Lord Shiva. Pancha refers to number five and Bhoota (bhuta) refers to specific elements.

Puttaparthi Agastya Nadi Astrologer Sai Bharati – in company with 36 ritwiks and priests – plan to complete prayers at these temples with final prayers at Pratyangira Devi Temple at Ayawadi (Kumbakonam) on 20 August 2018.

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Transit of Jupiter / Guru Peyarchi 2018


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GURU PEYARCHI- TRANSIT OF JUPITER 2018

From 10pm on Thursday 04 October 2018 Planet Jupiter – Guru will be transiting and leaving Libra sign and transiting to Scorpio sign. Effects of this transit will be different for Sun signs and Moon signs.

On this auspicious occasion Archana, Homam, Abishekam, Japam [16,000 times for Guru Bhagawan] along with Sankalpam and Pujas will be performed by 27 priests at Thiruchendra Subramanya Temple, near Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, on 4 October 2018. There will also be Thara homam to Lord Subramaniya at the Thiruchendur temple near Tamilnadu, on 4th October 2018.

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Thai Amavasya 2018 Amavasai or No Moon Day in Tamil Thai Masam in 2018

January 16 2018, 6am-6pm; and January 17, upto 8:26am;     3, Thai Masam, Sri Hevilambi Year, Kaliyugam 5118


Thai Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Thai (January – February). Thai Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Thai Amavasya 2018 date is for TUESDAY, January 16, 2018. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

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Loka Seva – Service for the Welfare of the World


Puttaparthi Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi frequently gives information gleaned from reading of Agastya naadi leaves and prepares antidotes for the calamities indicated to come. These antidotes take sacred form of loka-sevanam.

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Transit of Saturn 2017

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Shani Transit 2017
19 December 2017



On January 26, 2017 Saturn moved into Sagittarius and stayed there until June 21, 2017 when the retrograde move back into Scorpio until October 26, 2017 occurred. Saturn will return to Sagittarius on 19 December 2017 and remain until movement into the next sign of Capricorn in 2020.

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2017 Mahalaya Amavasya

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MAHALAYA AMAVASYA
06 – 20 September 2016

rameswaramtyempleMahalaya Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil month of Purattaasi and is considered highly auspicious for performing rituals to the dead like Shraddha and Tarpana. Mahalaya Patsam from September 06 to Amavasya on 19 Septembar, Utthram. The star-asterism is also auspicious to Lord Siva. Important rituals on the day include performing rites for deceased ancestors in sacred Teerths and riverbanks and also taking a holy dip in sacred rivers and spots. This year, Mahalaya Amavasya puja will be conducted from 06 September to 20 September. . Mahalaya Patsam from September 06 to Amavasya on 19 after noon and 20th before 11.34am wednesday, Septembar, Utthram.

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Guru Peyarchi ~ September 2017

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GURU PEYARCHI- TRANSIT OF JUPITER 2017

From 9:25 am on Saturday 2nd September 2017 Planet Jupiter – Guru will be transiting and leaving Virgo sign (rashi) and transiting to Tula – Libra sign (rashi). Effects of this transit will be different for Sun signs and Moon signs.

On this auspicious occasion Archana, Homam, Abishekam, Japam [16,000 times for Guru Bhagawan] along with Sankalpam and Pujas will be performed Ekadasai Rudram to Lord Siva at the THITTAI VASISHTESHWARAR Temple, near Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, on 4 September 2017. There will also be one Guru Transit Puja at Thiruchendur temple on Tuesday 5 September 2017.

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Aadi Amavasya or No Moon Day in Tamil Aadi Masam in 2017


Aadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Aadi (July-August). Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to deceased ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Aadi Amavasya 2017 date is Sunday, 23 July 2017. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

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The New Year – April 2017 – April 2018 Hemalambi – Hevilamvi Part 1

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Sai Bhaarathi Agastya Nadi World Predictions for April 2017 – April 2018

The Hindu Calendar – called Panchangam – commences with the entry of the Sun into Aries, the traditional first house of the zodiac – the Indian version by name vedic astrology. We look to important considerations of the nature of the year given, before examining specific predictions.

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