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    போதையில் அமாவாசை தர்ப்பணமா? தர்ப்பணத்தில் புதுமை hmmm !!!!
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    From a veteran like Sri Kunjuppa we certainly did not expect to get such a sarcastic comment
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    sorry man. it was joke. a bad one maybe.

    definitely no sarcasm. or criticism. i have done my own share of tharpaNams & respect those who do. except that i have not heard of this particular type. ok?

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    From a veteran like Sri Kunjuppa we certainly did not expect to get such a sarcastic comment
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    "Bodayana Amavasai" - As I understand this dates back to the Mahabardam. During the war time Sahadev advised Duryodan to start the "Kala Bali" on Amavasya day so as to win the war. Lord Krishna confused Duryodan by performing Tarpanam on prior day itself. That day was known as "Bodayana Amavasai". Also, normallt it comes in "Ashada"month.
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    thanks but i am even more confused now. tharpanam done on amavasai, i understand. are you saying that this tharpanam is done day before amavasai? if so, why?


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    "Bodayana Amavasai" - As I understand this dates back to the Mahabardam. During the war time Sahadev advised Duryodan to start the "Kala Bali" on Amavasya day so as to win the war. Lord Krishna confused Duryodan by performing Tarpanam on prior day itself. That day was known as "Bodayana Amavasai". Also, normallt it comes in "Ashada"month.
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    Bodhayana Amavasya is the no moon day or Amavasi calculated a day earlier than the normal Amavas date. In 2010, Bodhayana Amavasya is marked on June 11 and September 7. This particular observance is also limited to a certain section of Vaishnava Sect. Usually, in such cases the major part of the Amavasi will fall on the previous day but it ends on the next day after sunrise.

    There is a popular story associated with Bodhayana Amavasya, which is related to Sahadeva, one of the Pandava brothers. Sahadeva is believed to have had the capacity to do astrological predictions. It is said that Duryodhana before the start of the Mahabharata war approached Sahadeva and asked for an auspicious time to perform puja dedicated to Goddess Durga for success in war. Sahadeva suggested the next Amavasi day.

    But the other Pandava brothers were unhappy with this gesture of Sahadeva. But Sahadeva said that he will not cheat anyone as it is against his Dharma. Then Krishna is believed to have helped the Pandavas by moving the Amavasya a day earlier. And this Amavasya is known as Bodhayna Amavasi.
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    thank you venkat.
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    Hello,
    Lord Krishna confused Duryodan by performing Tarpanam on prior day itself.
    The story I recall is, to throw a monkey wrench into Duyodana's plans, Krishna summoned Sun and Moon to appear before him. When they showed up together he instructed all to do tarpanam as Amavasya is the day when Sun and Moon are together. I am not sure this is in the texts, Shri sangom may clarify.

    Quote Originally Posted by venkat2206 View Post
    ... This particular observance is also limited to a certain section of Vaishnava Sect. Usually, in such cases the major part of the Amavasi will fall on the previous day but it ends on the next day after sunrise.
    SVs follow different rules to ascertain when to observe nitya and naimitya karmas as well as other thithi based austerities such as Ekadasi vradham, etc., not to mention festivals such as Sri Jayanti and Sri Rama navami.

    For SVs, Amavasya Tarpanam must be done on the day when Amavasyai overlaps the period of the day called aparannam, which may be the day when Amavasyai starts or the day when it ends.

    Similarly, Ekadasi vradam for SVs is on the day when Ekadasi is present at the time of Arunodayam, which is about 6 nA. before actual sun rise. This again could happen on the day Ekadasi begins or the day when it ends.

    Lots of rules, amounting to not a whole lot!!!!!

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