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Balipadyami Pooja Vidhana Story Karnataka Kannada Culture

Know the details about the Balipadyami Pooja Vidhana Story Karnataka Kannada Culture, Balipadyami Pooja Procedure Benefits, Legend Power

The lighting of a lamp on Padya marks the beginning of the month of Kartika, which is known for driving away darkness. Diwali is traditionally celebrated over the course of three days in the Indian state of Karnataka: Naraka Chaturdashi, Amavasya, and Balipadyami. The month of Kartika, which begins on Balipadyami and continues until the end of Lakshdeepotsava, is known as the bright month.
Since the worship of Balindra, ruler of the Danavas, takes place on the third day of the festival, which is also known as Bali Padyami, the name of this day comes from that ritual.

Despite the fact that he is a descendent of Hiranya Kashyapu, this day is dedicated to honouring Balindra with devotion.

Balipadyami Pooja Vidhana Story Karnataka Kannada Culture

  • On the third day of Diwali, the altar of Balichakravarthy is built by Gomaya. Near Tulsikatte, Gomaya built a fort of Yehusutta, and Ganapati was stationed to guard this fort. Small dolls made of dung are kept at the doorsteps to ward off any evil spirits. In the evening, during Godhuli Lagna, all the family members worship Balindra.
  • Balichakravarti, the emperor who ruled Tulunad, is a ritual called ‘Balindra Leppu’ for the sacrifice that comes once a year. As it gets dark, oil is poured into coconut grates around the yard and lamps are lit. The men of the house wrap a cloth around a bamboo stick on the side of the field and light a doni with oil on it. Then put coconuts, avalakki and hard in a row under the Baleki tree and call Balindra three times as Balindra Koo.. Koo.. Koo. Then they go to the cowshed and worship the cow and the implements used for farming. Govi is given dosa or Gatti made of rice.
  • Diwali is celebrated for four days in the hill country. First day is water filling festival, second day is Naraka Chaturdashi, third day is Lakshmi Puja, fourth day is Balipadyami. On Balipadyami morning, cotton is washed, Ganapati is made out of teak and decorated with flowers. Kanchikaddi and brahmadande plants are brought and plaited like a mat and placed in the barn next to the segani benak. All the rasas are worshipped by washing their bodies and garlanding them. An eda filled with fruit is offered. After that, the bulls are taken in a procession to the gate of the village and threatened and driven away.

Thus, although Diwali celebrations are different according to the region, the only purpose of Diwali is the principle of moving from darkness to light. May Diwali bring happiness, peace and prosperity to all as a festival that removes the darkness of ignorance in the mind and spreads the light of knowledge everywhere.

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