Around the year 1832 another Rama bhakta Toomu Narsimha Dasu and his friend Varada Ramadasu, both have continued and established regular sevas, uthsavas and festival celebrations and standardized the same by giving the hukums (guidelines) as to how each celebration has to be conducted which is being followed even today by the temple authorities.

One of the important festivals is conducted on the day of birth star of Sri SeethaRamachandra Swamy i.e, on every Punarvasu when the nakshatra has incarnated in the form of human being, born to Dasaratha and Kousalya.

Punarvasu being the birth star of Sri Seetha Ramachandra Swamy… (Read More), every month on the day of Punarvasu apart from the regular sevas(Melukolupu, Abhishekam, Kalyanam and others) the deities are taken to Punarvasu Mandapam on the banks of Godavari river for carrying out sevas like Veda ,Bhajans and Swasthi. This Punarvasu appears once in 27 days and as such in a year, there will be about 13 Punarvasu poojas being conducted in the temple. The HUKUM of 1832 under item 13 contains a direction that 10 days PAGAL PATTU Utsavams are to be conducted in Punarvasu Mandapam at the bank of Godavari river. So much importance was given to Punarvasu pooja by Toomu Narsimhadasu.

On the occasion of Punarvasu pooja, Alivelu Manga Sarvaiah Charitable Trust conducts devotional music programmes wherein devotees with musical background are given an opportunity to sing classical songs composed by Ramadasu, Thyagaraja, Annamayya and other Vaggeyakaras. To facilitate the participation in the above festival, the trust has arranged free accommodation and food and also provides accompaniments like Mrudangam and Violin so that the programme is carried out in a serene atmosphere in the service of Lord Sri Seetha Rama Chandra Swamy.

There will be two intervals (One and a half hour each) available at the disposal of the trust to organize the above programmes
(1) Morning between 7-30 to 9-00 A.M. after Abhishekham and
(2) Evening between 3-00 to 5-30 P.M.

Artists and traditional bhajan groups participating in the above festival are honored with special Darshanam by temple authorities and distribution of prasadam by the Trust. It is well known that on Punarvasu falling in the first month of Telugu new year in the Vasantha Ruthuvu Chaitra Shuddha Navami Sri Seetha Ramachandra Swamy Kalyanam is celebrated throughout the Country and Abroad.

Punarvasu 2017 Calender

Punarvasu Nakshatra 2017 dates and time based on traditional Hindu calendar, Astrology and Panchangam. Punarvasu Birth Star also known as Punarpoosam in South India, is the seventh Nakshatra among the 27 Nakshatras. Below are Punarvasu Nakshatra dates in 2017. The astrological prediction of Punarvasu Nakshatra as per Moon Sign is that of Mithuna Raasi and Kataka Rashi. As per Hindu astrology birth star Punarvasu Nakshatra, falls under Mithuna Raasi or Gemini Zodiac and also Kataka Rasi or Cancer Zodiac. The first ¾ part of Punarvasu is in Mithuna Rashi and the last quarter is in Kataka Rashi. Mercury or Budha is the Lord of the birth star of the first three quarters. Chandra or moon is the Lord of the last quarter. The lucky color of Ardra is grey or lead.

January 12, 2017

Time is from 3:17 AM on January 12 to 1:19 AM on January 13, 2017.

February 9, 2017

Time is from 12:13 PM on February 8 to 10:48 AM on February 9.

March 8, 2017

Time is from 6:36 PM on March 7 to 5:46 PM on March 8.

April 4, 2017

Time is from 11:59 PM on April 3 to 11:12 PM on April 4.

May 1, 2017

Time is from 6:37 AM on May 1 to 5:16 AM on May 2.

May 29, 2017

Time is from 3:31 PM on May 28 to 1:25 PM on May 29.

June 25, 2017

Time is from 1:58 AM on June 25 to 11:25 PM on June 25.

July 23, 2017

Time is from 12:19 PM on July 22 to 9:53 AM on July 23.

August 19, 2017

Time is from 9:03 PM on August 18 to 7:09 PM on August 19.

September 15, 2017

Time is from 3:36 AM on September 15 to 2:16 AM on September 16.

October 13, 2017

Time is from 8:57 AM on October 12 to 7:46 AM on October 13.

November 9, 2017

Time is from 3:22 PM on November 8 to 1:39 PM on November 9.

December 6, 2017

Time is from 12:28 AM on December 6 to 9:57 PM on December 6.

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