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When to keep maavilakku at home

Pragati

Member
Namaskaram to all,
I have a doubt regarding lighting maavilakku at home and the brahmotsavam in tirupati. Usually Srivari brahmotsavam starts after mahalaya amavasai and during that period we do not light maavilakku at home. However in TTD calendar this year, there is one brahmotsavam from 19th Sept to 27th Sept.. and the srivari navratri brahmotsavam from 16th Oct onwards. So does this mean we cannot light maavilakku tomorrow also at home?
Thanks in advance
 

Lotusinsanskrit

Active member
3rd Saturday comes in between two brahmostavam. This is due to adhika masam and whenever adhika masam occurs there are two brahmostavam even it happened earlier but this it happened in ashadam the two brahmostavam happened in a small interval.

3rd Saturday May be chosen.
 

Pragati

Member
3rd Saturday comes in between two brahmostavam. This is due to adhika masam and whenever adhika masam occurs there are two brahmostavam even it happened earlier but this it happened in ashadam the two brahmostavam happened in a small interval.

3rd Saturday May be chosen.
Thank you so much 🙏🙏🙏
 

tbs

Well-known member
hi

we do maavilakku during purattasi masaam saturdays in our home......any saturday...but 3 rd satuday is more auspicious...

tomorrow is first saturday....
 
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