Akshaya Tritiya 2011

Akshaya Tritiya is believed to be auspicious for the creation of wealth and good fortune. The day is particularly considered auspicious for buying long term assets like gold and silver, including ornaments made of the same, diamond and other precious stones and the real estate.

The Akshaya Tritiya festival is one of the most auspicious days of the year to buy the yellow metal in the world’s largest gold market, as Hindus believe they can get lasting prosperity by buying precious metals on the day.

Akshaya Trithiya real estate another trend in real estate India. The property market in many locations sees increased activity during festivals like Akshaya Tritiya. Developers are well aware of this and seek to capitalise on these sentiments via increased marketing efforts. In that respect, festivals like Akshaya Tritiya can act as a powerful market force.

The word Akshaya, a Sanskrit word, literally means one that never diminishes, and the day is believed to bring good luck and success. The legend states that any venture initiated on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya shall continue to grow and bring prosperity. Akshay Tritiya is auspicous for all sacred deeds or punya karya.

In 2011, the date of Akshaya Trithiya is May 6, 2011 and people have already started booking their gold and properties for buying them on Akshaya Trithiya Day.

Sri Krishna Mandir

The puna prathista Ashtabandha Bramakalashotsava of Sri Krishna Mandir, Hosdurg Kanhangad, Kasaragod District of Kerala State will be heldfrom April 19, 2011 to April 24 (Malayalam month Medam 5, 1186 to Medam 10, 1186). The Hosahithlu Hegde Samaja On 19th May, 1977 formed “Sri Krishna Bhajana Mandir”. Within 12years, the shrine’s power increased and in 1989 it was transformed into “Santhaana Venugopala Kshethram” with idol Prathistha.

The punaprathista and Ashtabandha Brahma Kalasabhisheka will be held from April 19, 2011 as a part of renovating the temple and Bimbha puna prathista will be held on April 24, 2011 at 12-04 PM.

Sri Krishna Temple, Hosdurg-Kanhangad has become a landmark as the temple is located in the heart of Hosdurg town. Today the town is also known for Sri Krishna Temple.

How to Reach:

By Rail: Kanhangad railway station is nearest railway station. From Kanhangad Railway station you can get an auto to Sri Krishna Mandir Road at a minimum fare.

By road: Kasaragod-Kanhangad, Kannur-Kanhangad, Nileshwar-Kanhangad etc are some of bus services that enables you to reach easily to Kanhangad town. You can get down near Kanhangad Head post office or TB Junction from where the temple is walkable distance.

By Air: Mangalore airport is nearest airport from there you can either get bus service, rail service or taxi to Kanhangad.

Kanhangad is a town and municipality that can be reached easily from any part of state, India or abroad. Kanhangad has good connectivity with Kanhangad Railway Station, Mangalore Airport  and well connected via road with KSRTC & Private bus services.

  • Invitation (in Malayalam & Kannada) for Puna Prathista Ashtabandha Bramakalasha Mahotsava of Sri Krishna Mandir Hosdurg Kanhangad

Events from April 19, 2011 to April 24 (Malayalam month Medam 5, 1186 to Medam 10, 1186).