Karadaiyan Nonbu Vratam & Savitri Padam - Tamil | Soft Cover | Shloka Book

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Sku : 91001116

Language : Tamil

Publisher : Giri

Page : 64

Height : 7 Inch

Depth : 1 Inch

Width : 5 Inch

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Karadaiyan Nonbu Vratam:
• A unique naivedyam called ""Karadai Nombu Adai"" is produced. According to the puranas, Savitri prepared this special dish and served it to Lord Yama, the God of Death, with butter as a token of gratitude for bringing Satyvan's life back. 
• Each rope has a little flower tied to it, and all the women in the home are to tie up the remaining ropes after placing one in the portrait of Kamakshi Amman. While fastening the rope around your neck, recite this: To receive God's blessings, even young ladies who are older than one year old should tie these ropes. There are certain ways to follow Nonbu Vratam. Every female devotee shows her honour and privilege towards the deities. 
• The length of the fast varies by location and is based on the local sunrise and sunset times. 
• They wrap a special yellow thread known as Manjal Saradu or Nonbu Charadu around their necks following the puja. The women take karadai as prasadam once the ceremonies are over. A particular meal called karadai is made using rice flour, black-eyed peas, coconut, jaggery, and butter.
• Savitra Padalgal can be an effective method for reducing stress and anxiety since it slows the breath and clears the mind. Additionally, it aids in the body's release of tension, which is particularly beneficial in lessening the physical effects of stress like headaches and muscle pain. 
• Savitra Padalgal demands mental attention and concentration, which can serve to train the mind to stay present and concentrated. Chanting also improves focus and concentration. This has various advantages, including at work or at school. 
• Chanting causes the body's natural feel-good chemicals, endorphins, to be released, which can enhance mood and foster positive emotions like happiness and well-being. 
  Savitra Padalgal is frequently employed as a spiritual practise in many cultures and religions. Chanting improves spiritual practise. It can be beneficial to strengthen one's ties to the divine or one's own inner self. 
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