…. Though its a bit (!?) late for 2009, better late than never. This calendar printed and installed gives the auspicious days in this year.
For non-tamil readers the columns are January to December and the rows are the actual auspicious days / events like the shivarathiri to New moon days to full moon days etc. and the ones for specific gods like Ganesha or Murugan or Shiva.
Seen, where else(!), at Mylapore. 🙂
Drats – I missed some of the important day of January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September!
Ram : Will go there again the coming Jan’10 and help all my readers not to miss any of those auspicious days 🙂
What an Idea sir ji! Wonderful way to focus only on the important days in a month.
In Kuwait, most expatriates look for the yearly HOLIDAY CALENDAR to count the number of holidays in each month.
Ram : Not just in Kuwait from school kids to office goers all look for the Holiday lists … anywhere 😀
that’s interesting, never seen this format before. someone had a great idea.
Ram : I’m glad i spotted this 🙂