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28 March 2021

What Is Panguni Uthiram?

Panguni Uthiram is the full moon that falls in the month of Panguni. This day comes in the months of March and April. It is a significant festival that honours Lord Muruga, the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathy. Since Tamilians revere him, the festival is observed in Tamilnadu and all over the world. The Tamil diaspora, which is spread around the globe, celebrates this day with great zeal.

What Is Uthiram?

Uthram is the back legs of a bed, which means rest and rejuvenation but is not as comfortable as Pooram (Purva Phalguni). Uthram also includes planning for work after rest time. Uthram's a star of affection and love.

Panguni Uthiram Significance

Both Shaivites and Vaishnavites commemorate this day. Lord Shiva betrothed Lord Parvathy on this day. The wedding of Murugan and Deivanai took place on this day as well. According to Tamil literary works, Lord Rangamannar and the poet Andal married on this day. This day is also notable since it is Lord Rama and Goddess Seetha's wedding day. As a result, today is a particularly auspicious day for heavenly marriages.

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Panguni Uthiram 2021 Date:

March 28, 2021, Sunday

Uthiram Nakshathram Starts = 7:51 PM on 27-March-2021

Uthiram Nakshathram Ends = 5:35 PM on 28-March-2021

What makes Panguni Uthiram Special?

The Uthiram nakshatra coincides with the full moon this month is unusual. The Brahmana Puranam shows that all holy water enters the Thumburg Tirtha, one of the seven sacred tanks in Tirupati Tirumala on Panguni Uthiram (also spelt as a Tirtha). It's Lord Ayyappan's Jayanti (Day of Incarnation).

Hidden Mythology Behind Panguni Uthiram

Though other celestial marriages took place today, Panguni Uthiram was of great relevance to Lord Muruga when he married Deivanai, Lord Indra's daughter. She was raised by Indra's white elephant, iravat, and was also known as Devasena in North India. All Murugan temples observe this day.

The divine marriage between Lord Muruga and his consorts, Valli and Deivanai, is defined in Jayanthipura Mahatmya. Both Deivanai and Valli were destined to marry Lord Muruga, according to the Skanda Purana. They were raised like twins, Amrutha Valli and Sundaravalli, and later rechristened as Devasena and Valli after being adopted by two different persons and being divided in their lives.

Rituals To Be Followed During Panguni Uthiram

The idols are exquisitely adorned with gems and roses. Devotees prepare a special feast and serve it as Prasadam. They even keep a strict fast and recite prayers and special chants such as Kanda Shashti Kavasam, Kanda Puranam, and so on.

Devotees of the Lord take various Kavadis (burdens) to pay their respects for the Lord's generosity. Devotees flock to Lord Muruga temples.

Lord Muruga abundantly blesses all who has faith in him. Many of life's difficulties will be gone. Lord Muruga will remove all negativity from your life and bestow tremendous wealth on you.

Celebration Of Panguni Uthiram Festival 

The celebration of Panguni Uthiram will foster love and strengthen your connections: Many of you who are still single and want to get married but don't find happiness in married life can see how much change they can make on the day of Panguni Uthiram if they pray and practise rituals. Panguni Uthiram is a good day when the problems in partnerships can be corrected.

You will communicate with the Divine consciousness to realise the phases of life: If you are single, engaged, married, or divorced, go to the temple and pray to the divine couples who marry on this auspicious day of Panguni Uthiram. Panguni Uthiram teaches you how relationships are essential.

Wealth, Happiness, and Prosperity will be bestowed upon you if you marry your spouse at the Panguni Uthiram Festival.

If you observe the fasting rites for forty-eight years on the day of Panguni Uthiram, you are considered to be exempt from the cycle of life and death.

Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra Effects

For Tamil Hindus, Panguni is a major festival. It is the day when in the twelfth month of the Tamil calendar Panguni the moon passes by Utara-Phalguna or Uthiram asterism or nakshatra. It's the month of Panguni's full moon. This full moon means Goddess Parvati's marriage to Lord Siva, Murugan and Deyvaanai, Aandaal and Rangamannar.

It is believed that a wife will be knowledgeable and organised if you're a man born under Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra. You're going to have fun and harmonious married life.

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You're an excellent home-builder, and most probably, your spouse and kids will stay happy. You may have a healthy life with few minor problems such as headache, menstrual problems or breathing issues.

Panguni Uthiram-Uttara Nakshatra: Reasons to Choose

Panguni Uthiram is an auspicious day for removing barriers from one's married life. If your wedding is not held at a good time or defects such as Kuja Dosha or Kala Sarp Dosha on the birth chart, there might be trouble in your life after you get married. The best day after marriage is Panguni Uthiram to remove these doshas. This day gives you a chance to build up your relationships. Panguni Uthiram has the strength to overcome your defects and adverse factors that trigger family life disruptions.

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