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Vaikasi Visakam
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June 2017
Wednesday / बुधवार
Vaikasi Visakam
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Vaikasi Visakam on Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Visakam Nakshathram Begins - 08:28 PM on Jun 06, 2017
Visakam Nakshathram Ends - 11:19 PM on Jun 07, 2017

Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of New Delhi, India with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.

Vaikasi Visakam 2017

Vaikasi Visakam is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Murugan. It is celebrated during Visakam Nakshatra in Tamil month Vaikasi. Vaikasi is the second Solar month in Tamil Calendar and Visakam is the sixteenth star out of twenty-seven stars which prevails at least once in every month. Vaikasi month is known as Vrishabha month and Visakam Nakshatra is known as Vishakha Nakshatra in other Hindu Calendars. Vaikasi Visakam falls in the month of May or June.

The birth anniversary of Lord Muruga, who is also known as God of Courage, Wealth and Wisdom, is mainly celebrated by Tamilians all over the world. Lord Muruga is the younger son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and brother of Lord Ganesha. Lord Muruga is also known as Lord Senthil, Lord Kumaran, Lord Subramanyam and Lord Shanmugam. Lord Murugan has six faces and because of that, He is also known as Lord Arumugam. Due to His six faces, Lord Murugan can see in East, West, North, South, Heaven and Patala (netherworld) simultaneously.

On Vaikasi Visakam, the day when the Nakshatram Visakam coincides with the full moon or Pournami, devotees take out a procession and carry milk to Subramania temples to perform milk Abhishekam to the deity.

Vaikasi Visakam also spelled as Vaikasi Vishaka or Vaikhasi Vishakam.

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