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Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti will be observed tomorrow to commemorate the birth anniversary of the last Sikh Guru. He was born as Gobind Rai and the son of Guru Tegh Bahadur (ninth Guru of Sikhism), who gave his life to protect religious freedom of the people. Guru Gobind Singh, gave the Sikhs their very distinctive symbols— the Kesh (Uncut hair), the Kangha (Wooden Comb), Kara (iron or steel bracelet), Kacchera (Shorts) and the Kirpan (Sword). #PurityOfPrayer

Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti will be observed tomorrow to commemorate the birth anniversary of the last Sikh Guru. He was born as Gobind Rai and the son of Guru Tegh Bahadur (ninth Guru of Sikhism), who gave his life to protect religious freedom of the people. Guru Gobind Singh, gave the Sikhs their very distinctive symbols— the Kesh (Uncut hair), the Kangha (Wooden Comb), Kara (iron or steel bracelet), Kacchera (Shorts) and the Kirpan (Sword). #PurityOfPrayer

A very rare Tanjore-style painting ( Tanjore Oviyam ) from the late 19th century, depicting the ten-Sikh Gurus --  with Guru Nanak Dev in the center and Bhai Bala and Bhai Mardana.

Sikh Gurus with Bhai Bala and Bhai Mardana - century. A rare Tanjore style painting bumboifrom the late century depicting the ten Sikh Gurus and Bhai Bala and Bhai Mardana.

Tomorrow we also observe Vaisakhi, the new year celebrations in Punjab. a celebration of abundant harvest in the autumn season, farmers pray to the Gods on this day thanking for the same.  The day is also observed as Khalsa Sirjana Divas among the Sikhs as it is on this day the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, laid down the foundation of the Panth Khalsa. #PurityOfPrayer

Tomorrow we also observe Vaisakhi, the new year celebrations in Punjab.

Tomorrow we observe Mahavir Swami Kevalagyan commemorating the attainment of enlightenment of Lord Mahavir. Lord Mahavira attained his Keval-jnän or complete enlightenment after twelve and a half years of intense meditation and comprehending the worldly way of life. #PurityOfPrayer

Tomorrow we observe Mahavir Swami Kevalagyan commemorating the attainment of enlightenment of Lord Mahavir. Lord Mahavira attained his Keval-jnän or complete enlightenment after twelve and a half years of intense meditation and comprehending the worldly way of life. #PurityOfPrayer

Tomorrow we observe Chaitra Purnima, dedicated to Lord Chitragupta. Believed to assist Lord Yamaraj, Lord Chitragupta is considered to be keeping the records of all births and deaths as well as a record of everyone's karma. Devotees in Kanchipuram go out on a procession with His image on this day, as part of the celebrations. Devotees worship Him at night with the Swami Porappadu and invoke Him in an earthen or metal pitcher with an elaborate ritual. #PurityOfPrayer

Tomorrow we observe Chaitra Purnima, dedicated to Lord Chitragupta. Believed to assist Lord Yamaraj, Lord Chitragupta is considered to be keeping the records of all births and deaths as well as a record of everyone's karma. Devotees in Kanchipuram go out on a procession with His image on this day, as part of the celebrations. Devotees worship Him at night with the Swami Porappadu and invoke Him in an earthen or metal pitcher with an elaborate ritual. #PurityOfPrayer

Surdas Jayanti, commemorating the 537th birth anniversary of Saint Surdas. for more details download PurePrayer App

Surdas Jayanti, commemorating the 537th birth anniversary of Saint Surdas. for more details download PurePrayer App

Matsya, Lord Vishu's avatar as a fish, will be worshipped tomorrow on Matsya Dwadashi. Traditionally, the day is observed by doing a shodashopacharya puja to Srimannarayana. Vrats are also observed, by women who  pray for marital bliss and health of husbands and children, and by men who pray for health, wealth and prosperity. #PurityOfPrayer

Matsya Dwadashi is observed on the twelfth day in Shukla Paksha of Margashirsha Month. In Matsya Dwadashi date is December On Matsya Dwadasi day, devotees worship Matsya Avatara (Fish inca…

Tomorrow we observe Ramalakshmana Dwadashi believed to be an auspicious day to pray for children. Mythology claims that King Dasharatha observed this vrat in order to be blessed with children. Devotees, too, perform Shodashopcharya Puja on this day and pray to be blessed with children. #PurityOfPrayer

Tomorrow we observe Ramalakshmana Dwadashi believed to be an auspicious day to pray for children. Mythology claims that King Dasharatha observed this vrat in order to be blessed with children. Devotees, too, perform Shodashopcharya Puja on this day and pray to be blessed with children. #PurityOfPrayer

Vaikasi Visakam, Vaikasi Visakam Rituals, Birth of Lord Muruga,Vaikasi Visakam festival  for more details download PureprayerApp

Vaikasi Visakam, Vaikasi Visakam Rituals, Birth of Lord Muruga,Vaikasi Visakam festival for more details download PureprayerApp

Tomorrow we observe Karadaiyan Nombu to commemorate the unparalleled devotion of princess Savitri to her husband, prince Satyavan. The occasion is based on the legend of Savitri bringing her husband back from the clutches of death. Married women across the country observe this auspicious occasion by keeping a fast for the well-being of their husband, which is broken by consuming the Karadai Nombu Adai prepared with unmelted butter. #PurityOfPrayer

Tomorrow we observe Karadaiyan Nombu to commemorate the unparalleled devotion of princess Savitri to her husband, prince Satyavan. The occasion is based on the legend of Savitri bringing her husband back from the clutches of death. Married women across the country observe this auspicious occasion by keeping a fast for the well-being of their husband, which is broken by consuming the Karadai Nombu Adai prepared with unmelted butter. #PurityOfPrayer

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