Tula Sankramana 2022 Date Timings Kaveri Sankranti Festival Karnataka

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According to the Hindu calendar, Kaveri Sankaramana is observed at Talakaveri in the Kodagu district on the first day of Tula month (mid-October). The river Kaveri is believed to have its beginnings at the Talakaveri temple. Tens of thousands of worshiper’s flocks to Talakaveri and Bhagamandala to take a holy bath in this water.

Significance of Tula Sankramana:

Theerthodbhava, during which holy water manifests at the Talakaveri Brahma Kundike (pot) or fountain head of the pond, is the most significant and auspicious occasion. Numerous tourists bathe in the Kaveri River to receive blessings, while locals collect and conserve this water because they regard it as sacred. The Kaveri Jatre (fair) offers considerable fanfare for the visiting tourists in addition to the religious ceremonies. The Kaveri Jatre is a lovely event with a variety of food vendors selling regional specialties, gift stores, and entertainment options.

In Karnataka, close to Kodagu, the Tula Sankramana is a very significant site. The day of Tula Sankramana in 2022 is October 17. Time on October 17 is 9:40 AM. Kaveri Theerthodbhava is revered on Tula Sankramana Day. It is a singular annual spectacle that takes place at Talakaveri in Coorg (Kodagu), Karnataka, near the foothills of the Brahmagiri Hills. On this day, a small concave-shaped hole called Brahmakundike on the Brahmagiri Hills at Talakaveri in Kodagu with holy water. The Kaveri River’s source is Brahmakundike.

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Tula Sankramana 2022 Date Timings Kaveri Sankranti Festival Karnataka

  • On Monday, October 17, 2022, is Tula Sankranti.
  • Punya Kala Tula Sankranti – 12:05 to 06:00
  • 05 hours and 55 minutes.
  • 6:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Tula Sankranti Maha Punya Kala
  • Time: 1 hour and 58 minutes.
  • Moment of Tula Sankranti at 7:37

At Brahmakundike, there is a pond where devotees can take a holy dip. The holy occasion also ushers to guide in the Kaveri Jatra, which lasts for a whole month. Numerous worshippers shave their heads and take a sacred bath in the pond.

On Sankramana Kaveri Tula People participate in the Kaveri Jatra by taking a holy dip at the Triveni Sangama, where the Cauvery, Kannike, and Sujyoti rivers meet, and by praying at the Bhagandeshwara temple.

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