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Special Programmes for Karthika & Dhanur Masa

The Chandramouleswara Swamy Temple Charitable Trust has drawn up an elaborate programme of special worship, music and cultural programmes for the months of Karthika and Dhanur.


The celebrations, which began with the Kannada Rajyotsava on November 1, will commence from November 5 and conclude on December 4 at the Temple in Temple Road, Vani Vilasa Mohalla. The Dhanur Masa Pooja is arranged from December 16 to January 14 between 5-30 and 7 a.m. Ashtavadhana Seva is arranged during the month-long celebrations at 8-15 p.m. daily. As part of the special worship, Karthika Masa Abhisheka, Dhanurmasa Abhisheka and offering of Naivedya of Pongal are arranged on payment of a fee.


On November 5, Bali Padyami is arranged as part of Deepavali celebrations. Yekadhasha Rudrabhisheka and decoration of the idol with the leaves of Bilva tree is arranged on November 11 from 7-30 a.m. which will be followed by the singing of Shivananda Lahari by the members of Gayathri Mahila Samaja of Vivekananda Nagar (Mysore) and veena recital by Ms. Sahana from 5-30 p.m. Kanakadasa Jayanthi will be celebrated on November 18 with Rudrabhisheka, Shiva Sahasranama Archane and decoration of idol with Thumbe tree leaves from 7-30 a.m. followed by vocal recital by Dr. Manjula Sriram from 6 p.m.


A 24-hour-long Akhanda Vishnu Sahasranama Parayana is arranged on November 19 from 6 a.m. On November 19, Sathyanarayana Pooja will be conducted at 6 p.m. and on November 20 Shiva-Vishnu Dheepothsava with special Abhisheka and Vishnu Sahasranama Homa from 7-30 a.m. onwards. The idol will be taken in procession through the main streets, concluding with special Dheepothsava (illumination) on November 20.  The third Monday (November 25) will witness Mahanysa Poorvaka Yekadasha Vara, Rudrabhisheka, Shiva Sahasranama Archane and Maha Magalarathi from 7-30 a.m. Vid. Chandan Kumar will offer flute recital at 6-15 p.m.  The fourth Monday (December 2) will mark Shatha Rudrabhisheka, Sahahsra Nama Archane and Maha Mangalarathi from 7-30 a.m. onwards followed by a vocal recital by Mr. Manmohan at 6-30 p.m.  On December 4 Amavasya, there will special Abhisheka, Alankara, Archane in the day and Deeparadhane, Ashtavadhana and Maha Mangalarathi in the evening.


After the Dhanurmasa Poojas, Ardhra Darshana is arranged at 5-30 a.m. on December 21. The month-long celebrations conclude on January 15, 2003, with Sankranti festival (Uttarayana Punyakala).
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