Sunday 12 July 2020 11:41 PM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON July 13: On Thursday, July 16, Karkatakam, under the auspices of the London Hindu Aikya Vedhi, which is working towards the realization of a Guruvayoorappa temple in London, the relevant parts of the Adhyatma Ramayana will be recited and broadcast by the blessed artist Sri Dileep Vayala as part of the Ramayana month celebrations.
Dileep Vayala is the lead singer of the Nadashree Orchestra team and the Kottayam Kalaratna.
Although the recitation of the Ramayana is included in the monthly satsangs as part of the Ramayana Mass, this is the first time in the UK that the Ramayana is celebrated on such a large scale through Facebook broadcasts.
ജൂലൈ 16 വ്യാഴം രാവിലെ യുകെ സമയം 6-ന് ആരംഭിച്ചു പിന്നീട് എല്ലാ ശനിയാഴ്ചകളിലും വൈകിട്ട് യുകെ സമയം 6 മണിക്ക് സംപ്രേക്ഷണം തുടർന്ന് ആഗസ്റ്റ് 15 നും16 നും യുകെ സമയം വൈകിട്ട് 6 മണിക്കുള്ള സംപ്രേക്ഷണത്തോടെ രമായണമാസാചാരണം അവസാനിക്കുന്നതായിരിക്കും.
The Ramayana celebrations will start at 6am UK time on Thursday 16th July and will end at 6pm UK time and then it will continue on Satrudays from 6pm UK time and end with the final two days on August 15th and 16th.
In the month of Karnataka, it is said that the sun is the vitality of the living beings, and the deity of the living beings is deprived of the consciousness of the living creatures because the sun is the zodiac of the living creatures.
It is believed that the seasons can create certain vibrations in nature, and the need to recite the Ramayana at home during the month of Karkitakam was long ago dictated by the ancients.
The Ramayana is a lesson which should be learnt through ramatwa. The Ramayana is perpetual. As long as the vices of dharma and lawlessness are long gone, the minds of mankind will remain. Ramayana is not only an epic poem but also an eternal poem.
Sri Thekumuri Haridas and Sri Thembalam Ramachandran, representing the Hindu Hindu Aikya Vedi, said that in the name of Bhagwat, all the fellows would be welcomed into this series of spiritual recitation, while praying to Lord Jagadeeswaran for worldliness and cure.
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