Karthika Brahmotsavam Kalpavruksha Vahanam

Karthika Brahmotsavam Kalpavruksha Vahanam

Karthika Brahmotsavam Kalpavruksha Vahanam 2015, Tiruchanoor Temple

On the fourth day morning , Goddess is taken out in a procession on KalpaVruksha Vahanam signifying that She is the giver of boons to his devotees and fulfills their wishes

According to Hindu mythology, Kalpavriksham is a wish-fulfilling divine tree which has the power to grant every wish of man. Its branches bore every kind of fruit and flower one wished for, and the apple of the tree was believed to have the virtue of conferring eternal life upon him or her who tasted it.

Scientifically called Adansonia digitata-Baobab which is also called the “Chemist Tree” is a tree whose average life is more than 2500 years and is one of the trees which are traditionally used for health promoting effects. According to the Padma Purana, this tree is the ‘Parijatavriksha’ – Night-flowering Jasmine.

Srimad Bhagavatham says that all those who took shelter under Kalpa vruksha will not have problems of starvation and poverty. The use of Kalpa Vruksha vahanam by Goddess Sri Padmavathi Devi also denotes the importance given to environment, greenery and promotion of forests and cleans and pollution free atmosphere.

 

Karthika Brahmotsavam Kalpavruksha Vahanam

 

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