Aadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Aadi (July-August). Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Aadi Amavasya 2021 date is Saturday 7th August 19:38 IST to Sunday 8th August at 19:28 IST. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.
Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi of Puttaparthi makes some predictions for the forthcoming year – and undertakes loka sevanam – selfless service to the world – which you may join if interested.
AUM SRI SAI RAM
GURU PEYARCHI – TRANSIT OF JUPITER 2020
SHANI PEYARCHI – TRANSIT OF SATURN 2020
On morning of 15 November 2020, Planet Jupiter – Guru will be transiting from Sagittarius to Capricorn, leaving Sagittarius and transiting to Capricorn. It is well known that this transit will bring effects of disease and ill health for many peoples. In December, Shanidev will transit and be conjunct Jupiter, giving Brahmahathi dosham, which will bring troubles to the world.
On this auspicious occasion of Transit Archana, Homam, Abishekam, Japam [16,000 times for Guru Bhagawan] along with Sankalpam and Pujas will be undertaken at Thiruvidaimuruthar Temple, Tamil Nadu, (one of the seven major Shiva Temples) on 15 November 2020 2020. Shani Peyarchi Puja at the Thirunaraiyur Saneeswaran Temple – will be carried out on Sunday 29 December 2020.
AUM SRI SAI RAM
Navagraha Puja, Dhanvantari Puja
8 March 2020
From 26 December 2019, Rahu was aspecting Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Moon and Ketu in Sagittarius. Hence, there is a need to propitate the planets for loka seva (service to Mother Earth and ALL who dwell upon her). Agastya Astrologer Sai Bharathi will undertake one puja for healing of Coronavirus at Mahalingeshwar Temple on during March 2020. A confirmed date will be given shortly.
Aadi Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Aadi (July-August). Aadi Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives. Aadi Amavasya 2019 date is Wednesday 31 July 11:24 to Thursday 1st August at 9:24 am. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.
AUM SRI SAI RAM
Saturn – Mars troubles, 28 October – 17 December 2018
Puttaparthi Agastya Nadi Astrologer Sai Bharathi has provided several earlier predictions about Saturn transits with aspect with Mars. From late October to mid-December 2018, Saturn will be aspecting Mars, creating catastrophe for many places on this planet. Readers are advised to undertake puja and hommams and meditate as loka sevanam for the world with selfless love. A special puja for the five elements is being organised at a temple.
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.
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.
Human life lives in chaotic times with many fearful of their personal future. There is also concern with the future of nations and the chaotic environment on Earth, with placements of planets and exchange of Lordships: Mars and Saturn. Saturn is with Sun – normally a situation of discipline and self-respect. With parivarthana (exchange of Lordship) and drishti (aspect) of Saturn to Mars, can place many – including executive leadership – in jeopardy. We offer one puja for world peace, for all: loka seva for all beings in all the worlds. This puja for world peace will take place at Tiruchendra Subramanya Temple on 12 December 2016. All are welcome to participate.
Mahalingeswaraswamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located in Tiruvidaimaruthur, a village in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. In this temple is a Sri 27 Celestial Asterism (Nakshatra) Shrine where devotees of Dakshinamoorthy – and sincere seekers – may make offerings to have afflictions removed or to get their prayers answered. There are also 27 dedicated pools within the temple complex. Nakshatra Shanti Puja will be offered at this temple in conjunction with Guru Peyarchi offerings.