Sravana


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Noun1.Sravana - the fifth month of the Hindu calendar
Hindu calendar - the lunisolar calendar governing the religious life of Hindus; an extra month is inserted after every month in which there are two new moons (once every three years)
Hindu calendar month - any lunisolar month in the Hindu calendar
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This year, our innovative Onam programme, 'Sneha Sravana Sangaman-2013' will be held at three locations in homes for the aged where we, the WMC members, along with other like-minded friends and organisations, will spend the day.
Telugo veteran Dr Rajendra Prasad, actress Veda Archana, above, playback singers Hemachandra and Sravana Bhargavi and folk singer Madhu Priya will be present.
It will feature Telugu hero Dr Rajendra Prasad, actress Veda Archana, playback singers Hemachandra and Sravana Bhargavi and folk singer Madhu Priya, who will all be flown in from Hyderabad for the occasion.
The same is true of Sankara's theological method, which involves the three steps of sravana (listening to the Scriptures), manana (cogitating), and nidhidhyasana (meditating over and over on a passage in the Scriptures so that it becomes personalized).
Naga-panchami, which is observed on the fifth day of the bright half of Sravana, commemorates the victorious return of Lord Krishna from Yamuna after overcoming serpent Kaliya.
sammvat 833 sravana sudi 15 tho ghamti sidhayaka dina, vala adikuhnu
Janmashtami celebrates the birth of one of the most famous Gods of Hindu religion, Bhagwan Krishna, on the eighth day (Ashtami) in the month of Sravana or Savana.
The Rukhuna reliquary, dated to 201 Yavana = 73 Azes, Sravana 8, proves that the era of Azes began 128 years after the era of the Yavanas (Salomon 2005).
Eight days visiting the majestic temples in Belur and Halebid, learning the coffee pulping process at various estates, touring an Indian tea factory, and sightseeing at the tallest monolithic statue in the world at Sravana Belgola.
Here the reading is not just a browsing but Sravana (listen), Manana (ponder), Nitidhyasana (realize).
15 The classical description of the "method of study" is sravana listening (including reading), manana (thinking, discoursing), nididhyasana (meditative appropriation).
An inscription of Wat Phra Dhatu, Lamphun(12) describes the day celebrated as being CS 836, Sravana 9 waxing, Friday, whereas one's prediction would say that the Friday was Sravana 8, not Sravana 9.