YogiTV, Cultural and Heritage channel Satellite Television Channel is the FIRST Cultural and Heritage channel Television Channel in Malayalam launched in the year 2016. Main objective of the Channel is to promote Bharatiya Culture and Heritage, attempting a small step towards “Vasudeva Kutumbakam”, makes people aware more about our Spirituality and our ultimate Goal is for a Hindu Cultural Unity.
YogiTV Cultural and Heritage channel is having programs relating to the Vedas, Upanishads, Hindu Mythological Classics and Indian History. Channel proposes to promote Historical Trips, Documentaries, Health and other Talk Shows along with Cultural programs and live Darshan from Tirupathy, Hrishikesh and Haridwar.
Chingam is the first month of the Malayalam calendar, which has a total of 12 months â€” Chingam, Kanni, Thulam, Vrishchikam, Dhanu, Makaram, Kumbham, Meenam, Medam, Edavam, Midhunam and Karkidakam. It falls in Augustâ€“September of the Gregorian Calendar. As part of the celebration, Hindu devotees begin the day by visiting temples. The houses will be cleaned by removing all old and unwanted materials.
Ramayana Masam is an important observance in the state of Kerala. It is observed in the month of ‘Karkidakam’ of the Malayalam calendar while in the Gregorian calendar it corresponds to the months of July to August. This festival is also popularly known as ‘Karkadaka Masam’. During this time, there is a ritual to read ‘Ramayana’ on all the days of the month in almost all Hindu households. Hindu organizations perform this ritual in almost all temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Ramayana is one of the greatest Hindu epics that hold great religious significance. During the Ramayana Masam, the recitation of Ramayana starts from the first day of the Karkidakam Masam and continues till the last day.
The first traceable roots of Hinduism lie with the invading Aryans, who move into the northwest of the Indian subcontinent from about 1500 BC (see the history of India for recent archaeological arguments against the concept of an Aryan invasion). The Aryans' priestly caste, the Brahmans, are responsible for the sacrificial rites (the most solemn, among this nomadic people, being the sacrifice of a horse). The ritual hymns which they chant, passed down orally for many centuries, are gathered in the Rigveda, the earliest of all religious texts.
The dharmachakra is one of the Ashtamangala of Indian religions such as Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Hinduism.
A Shankha is a conch shell of ritual and religious importance in Hinduism and Buddhism.
In Vajrayana Buddhism, the umbrella or parasol is included in the 'Eight Auspicious Signs' or Ashtamangala.
The lotus is an ancient and polyvalent symbol in Asian culture. Hindus revere it with the gods Vishnu, Brahma and to a lesser degree Kubera
The endless knot or eternal knot is a symbolic knot and one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols.
The two golden fishes are linked with the Ganges and Yamuna nadi, prana and carp: The two fishes originally represented the two main sacred rivers of India
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