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Monday, December 05 2022
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Baale Muhurtha performed by Palimar Mutt of Udupi

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Udupi: The Palimar Matt of Udupi Astamatts performed the Baale Muhurtha, which is a preliminary to the Paryaya festival here on Sunday, December 4.
Sri Sri Vidyadheesha Theertha Swamiji of Palimar Matt will be ascending the Paryaya Peetha on 18 January 2018. Sri Sri Vidyadheesha Theertha Swamiji of Palimar Matt will be its Paryaya for the second term.

After offering prayers at the Palimar Mutt, several devotees with priests and scholars offered prayers at the Chandramouleshwara Temple, Sri Anantheshwara Temple and Sri Krishna Temple. The devotees carried the plantains, Tulsi and plantain saplings. After they planted the saplings at the building near the Mathura Chatra near Rajangana parking space amid chanting of vedic prayers.

Vidyadeesha Theertha later said in his address that Tulsi leaves were for the various rituals at the Krishna Matt, where the plantain leaves were basically used for serving food during various festivals at the temple and offerings at the temple. He told media persons that he would continue and extend the Chinnara Santharpane midday meal scheme for schools. He will continue doing Tulsi Archane daily which was started during his first Paryaya. He will be cultivating saplings in an acre of land at Palimar village. He wishes to provide student scholarships to eligible poor students who are pursuing general education and traditional vedic education.

On the occasion, a booklet “Muhurtodaya” by scholar Sagri Raghavendra Upaydaya was released. Pramod Madhwaraj, Minister of Fisheries, Sports and Youth Empowerment, District In-charge Minister Vinay Kumar Sorake, former minister and MLA U R Sabhapathy, former MLA Raghupathy Bhat and other dignitaries were present at the ceremony.

Baale Muhurtha performed by Palimar Mutt of Udupi
Baale Muhurtha performed by Palimar Mutt of Udupi
Baale Muhurtha performed by Palimar Mutt of Udupi
Baale Muhurtha performed by Palimar Mutt of Udupi
Baale Muhurtha performed by Palimar Mutt of Udupi

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