Polala Amavasya

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Polala Amavasya is observed in sravanamasm every year. Polala Amavasya is on 17 August in 2012. Polala Amavasya dedicated to goddess poleramma. The puja is done on sravanamasam amvasya day means no moon day so it is called as Polala Amavasya. This puja will performed by married women so poleramma can safe guard their children from the diseases and death. Goddess of the diseases like Chicken-pox and Small pox. pooja and do prasadams like Thaligalu Paravannam (Rice flour noodles in rich coconut and cashew paste), Billa Kudumulu (Streamed Rice flour chapathi).

Polala Amavasya mainly we can observed in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Orissa. Polala Amavasya is also known as Pithori Amavasya. Women draw an image of Pochamma at puja place and offer shodashopachar puja to the Goddess. Goddess Poleramma is quite similar to the Goddess Shitala worshipped in North India. On the auspious day of Polala Amavasya women wake up and clean the house then prepare prasadam. They offers pooja to poleramma like chanting devi mantrs, astotharams, 108 names of devi etc...


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