12 Months IVC Harappan Indus Valley Civilisation Indus Valley Script Tamil Annual Calendar and Chithirai 1 is the First Tamil Month
This 12month Indus valley civilisation calendar deciphered through Gond Gondia Gondwana Koya Kui language.
Each month determined by Full Moon.
Chitra Paurnami taken as First Month.
Chithirai 1 means Siddhar + Orai = Siththirai.
Siththirai also means Full Moon Chitra Paurnami in which Full Moon is at Thula Rashi Libra on Star Chithirai.
The Siddhar + Orai = Chiththirai Star is also very bright big moon full moon day where Yama Dharma Rajas assistant Chitra Gupthan who keeps record of all Human Beings Sin and Good Deeds (Papam and Punniyam) and this record keeper came from particular caste who were ordered to keep records of produce, records of humans, trees, land, records of domesticated animals at village, records of death and birth at village. These village administative officers caste were known as Karnam Karneegar Karnam Pillai Seer Karneegar Sarattu Karneegar Mudhaliyar etc.
These record keepers have their own God Chitra Gupthan. There is a separate temple for Chitra Gupthan at Kanchipuram.
This Chitra Gupthan keeps record of all Karma of each and every human being and also writes "Thalai Ezhuththu" "Fate" of every soul born in this world according to his Karma.
Chitra Gupthan is assistant / record keeper to Yama Dharma Raja.
So from Chitra Paurnami Chithirai 1 Indus Valley Calendar IVC Annual Calendar started on Moon based Harappan calendar.
The pictograph depicting a man with a sharp sword and kedayam explains the Chitra Paurnami Chitra Gupthan month is recorded on potteries, clay objects, to announce start of the Year.
Calendar keeping is very important for civilisation.
The person who uses sharp object to write on clay pots, clay objects was called a writer, documenter, recordist caste. The art of writing on Trees, Rocks, Pots, Clay Tablets, Clay Pots, Utensils is called KEERAL Keeruvathu in Tamil and Gond Gondia Gondwana koya kui language.
Keeral means KIRUKKUVATHU. Scribble.
The KEERAL KEERAN casts people were usually the upper caste people at Harappa.
Nakkeeran Nandhai Keeran Tamil Paazhi Pali Palli Pallella Pallelar Pallavar Tamil Brahmi Language pot scripts, mountain rock scripts explain about Tamil names NAKKEERAN and Nandhai Keeran.
Keeran Keeral Keeruvathu means the art of Scribbling on any surface.
Indians still have the habit of scribbling their names on EverSilver, silver, gold House hold kitchen articles bought at utensils shop by an electric inscriber.
Inscribing names on any object ensures ownership. Even if it is lost it can be claimed by citing your name. If it is given to neighborhood house you can get it back easily with your identification name on the silver utensil.
Inscriber caste NAKKEERAN Nandhai Keeran people were separate caste at Harappan IVC times 5000 BC.
In Thiruvilaiyadal Puranam of Shiva, at Madurai this inscriber record keeping caste person argues with Lord Shiva Nakkeeran argues with Lord Shiva about a Tamil Song he wrote for his Bhakta Tharumi who wants to win a prize from King.
Nakkeeran Minister to Pandiyan King at Madurai informs Lord Shiva "Sangu Aruppathu Engal Kulam, Sanganarkku Yethu Kulam, Sangai Arindhundu Vazhvom, Um Pol Irandhundu Vazhvathu Illai"
Means we Keeran Nakkeeran Nandhai Keeran Keeral Keerum people live by cutting Sea Shells (Shanku) and making it wearable bangles, we inscribe on Shankh, Pots, Potteries, Clay Objects, we are by birth writer, poet, artist, recordist caste. But we never live like you by begging on others.
Shiva is ridiculed chided by the Pandyan Minister at Madurai for his act of begging bowl as Bikshadanar BikshanDehi because as per Indian Culture the Brahmins Saints Sadhus Rishis Munis Maharishis must live by begging, alms, seeking alms from others.
This makes Lord Shiva furious. Immediately he shouts, "Keeraney keerpparum, koorum, koorum koorip paarum" and Shiva opens his Third Eye from which rays XRays attack Nakkeeran Minister and he was made ashes.
After sometime Shiva forgives Minister Nakkeeran and he is come again alive from PotramaraiKulam Golden Lotus Pond at the same Madurai Shivan Temple.
This the Keeran Keeral Keeruvathu Nakkeeran Nandhai Keeran caste people are writers, inscriber, document makers, VAO, Village Administative Officers, Mudaliyars, Karnam, Karnam Pillai, Ministers.
The Harappan IVC Annual Tamil Gond Gondia Gondwana koya kui calendar starts with Chitra Paurnami on Chithirai 1 Full Moon day.
The eight month is indicated by Murukku Murugan Lord Murugan 8 symbol is Murukku Murugiya entangled symbol.
8 month from April 14 (Chithirai 1) is Full Moon on Karthikai Star. Lord Murugan is called Karthik Karthikeyan. Festivals all over India/World at Lord Murugan Temple.
9 month is Full Moon at Mirugashreedam Star. It's called Margazhi Month in Tamil. Festival for Lord Shiva at Chidambaram Temple (Thiruvadhiraikku Oru Vaai Kazhi).
10 month is Full Moon at a Star in Kadaka Rashi Cancer. Moon is at Kadaka Rashi. Pushya Star. It is celebrated as a festival by Tamils as Thai Poosam. Thai 1.
11 month is Full Moon at a Star. Month 11 is shown by mixture of 8 and 3.
8+3 = 11. So they didn't have a symbol for 11th month so they just added symbol for 8 and 3.
12 month is shown by Full Moon at Uththiram Star. Uthram. Moon is at Kanni Rashi Virgo. Sun is at Pisces.
Thus Harappan IVC Annual Calendar was made by Tamils and Gond Gondia Gondwana Koya Kui people whose language was not Sanskrit.
But the Sanskrit speaking people Orion Oraiyan Oraiyans Aryans were also returned NRI Tamils + Europeans mix who called themselves Oraiyans Orions Aryans and invaded their own Jambu Dveepam Sambu Theevu ancient Tamils at 1500 BC.
NRI Tamils + Europeans returned to Asia and made full of Asia = Aariya
Burmah as Brahma Desam.
From 1500 BC onwards East ward conquering of Nations Empiredom started.
Tamils + Brahmins started war with Thailand Vietnam Cambodia Sumatra Java Indonesia and made it their vassals.
Spread Buddhism Shaivism Vishnuism in all of Asia.
Times of India Speaks on above article below....
Beauty of Tamil Solar months with star linked on purnima day
KRISHNAN SANKARAN,APR 15, 2014, 19:35 IST45K
The Tamil New Year month with a cycle of 60 years starts on the middle of April every year with the Tamil name of the month called CHITTIRAI (Sanskrit name Chaitra) and the Purnima festival is observed on the full moon day with star of Chithirai or Chaitra of Libra zodiac corresponding to the English months of April-May, when the asterism Chitra (virginis) holds sway. It is a festival observed to propitiate Chitragupta as the chief accountant of Yama, who is believed to record the commissions and omissions by humans in order to punish or reward them after their death. This festival will be widely celebrated in the Divine Hills of Tiruvannamalai during the English calendar month of April and May every year and on this day Lakhs and Lakhs of people will visit HILL Town and have darshan after the Girivalam.
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Vaikasi Vaisakha purnima
The second of the Tamil month,Vaikasi and the Star Visagam of Libra and Scorpio zodiac, the full moon day is called as Vaikasi Visagam(Sanskrit name Vaisakha)is celebrated with all fanfare. As per Puranas the THREE asura (demon)brothers, Soorapadman, Singamuhan and Tarakan attained great powers through penance and after attaining the powers they started disturbing the DEVAS who in turn pleaded Lord SIVA for help. Lord opened his third eye, the one seen in the forehead and from that formed six sparks of FIRE and these sparks are carried to River Ganga who inturn turned to the stream called Saravana Poigai. Once floated in the stream the 6 divine male babies born who were cared by six young girls called Karthigai Pengal (Girls). Goddess Parvathi embraced these kids and they united to one with six faces and twelve hands and thus LORD Shanmuga–meaning one with six faces)emerged on the full moon day in the month of Vaikasi and is the embodiment of pure perception and divine knowledge.
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Aani Anusham purnima
'Aani' is one of the most celebrated festivals of Tamil Nadu at the Nellaiyappar temple, Tirunelveli. It is famous for its final day procession. Devotees of Nellaiyppar and Gandhimathi (Siva and Parvathi) prepare a grand car for the procession, which makes it stands apart from other festivals of Tamil Nadu. The highlight of this occasion remains the beautiful chariot, weighing in tons. Devotees decorate this exceptionally huge car and the main reason behind the trend of preparing this huge car was to offer every devotee a clear sight of the idols. On full moon day in the Tamil month Aani and the star Anusham (Sanskrit name Jyaishtha) of Scorpio zodiac formed which is called as AANI Anusham. The temple is noted for Anusham-Anuradha star worship. A Chola king used to worship Lord Nataraja in Chidambaram each day and one day he enquired a shepherd about the strange happenings and after finding the information is true, the King built the temple in the same place on Anuradha star day.
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Aadi Pooram purnima
Fourth of the Tamil solar month AADI is called the month for Goddess and special for all womenfolk to worship for the entire month and especially on all Fridays. The Hindu festival of Aadi Pooram is celebrated in all Hindu temples in Southern India in the month called Aadi or (Sanskrit name Ashadha), corresponding to the English months of July-August, when the star Pooram is in Leo zodiac on the full moon day. The festival is observed to propitiate the goddess Sakthi Devi who is said to have come into this world on this occasion to bless the people. People therefore worship her in order to secure happiness not only for themselves but also for their loved ones. If the festival falls on a Friday, the occasion is considered to be highly auspicious, and the people worship the goddess in a more special way. It is said that there are eight Nidhis or Sakthis (Forces of nature) in the universe and they are controlled by Devi, the goddess of the Hindus.
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Aavani Sravanam purnima
Fifth Tamil Solar month is an auspicious month not only for celebrations of festivals but also for weddings. The most significance factor is two consecutive festivals following the Full Moon day with stars Shravana and Avittam which will fall on the full moon day. In Tamil Nadu the Brahmins will celebrate this as THREAD changing ceremony followed by Gayathri manthra jabam reciting 1008 times on next day, whereas in Kerala this one is celebrated as ONAM festival in a grand manner. India is a country of numerous states and religions, the celebrations of Shravana purnima are known by different names and are even observed according to the varying regional customs and traditions. Still, there is unity among diversity as the same festival is celebrated all throughout the nation tinged with their regional flavour. These are Rakhi Purnima, Avani Avittam, Kajari Navami, Nariyal Purnima and Pavitropana. Rakhi Purnima is the Raksha Bandhan festival celebrated with great fervor between siblings.
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Puratasi Pooratadhi/Uthiratadhi purnima
Sixth Tamil Solar month is full of devotional month and no marriage celebration will take place during that month. Full moon day falls on the star Puratadhi(Bhadrapada)/Uthiratadhi (Parushthapada) - (Aquaries /Pisces zodiac) but the Puratasi Saturdays are very important and special prayers are done for Tirupathi Venkatachalapathy with people following manyVrathams and pujas with various offerings like Chakara Pongal etc. Tirupathi Brahmostavam is an integral part of Puratasi, happening in Tirupathi temple which can be viewed through TV and TTD and other TV channels are telecasting the Brahmotsavam sitting at home on all days of the festival. Mahalaya Amavasya – The 15 days preceding the New moon day of Puratasi is considered as Mahalaya Paksham (full moon to new moon) period. During this time, our forefathers are supposed to come close to us on this earth and people generally offer special prayers to them with tharpanam, mahalaya srartham etc.
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Aipassi Ashwini purnima
Aippasi is seventh month in the Tamil calendar from Oct /Nov. This happens to be the most festive month as the biggest festival across India as Diwali. Aippasi with star Ashwini (purnima) is celebrated as Annabishekam in all Siva temples. The Siva lingam is covered with cooked rice and also decorated with vegetables and fruits around. This is basically a thanksgiving to the Lord for providing us with Annam! Witnessing Annabishekam is said to relieve one from the cycles of birth. Deepavali festival commences with sacred oil bath, early in the morning, known as Ganga Snaanam. On this day it is believed that goddess Lakshmi resides in the oil, Ganga mata in the water and divine medicine in Sheekkakai powder (acacia concuna – asoapnut powder used for rubbing off the oil from the head). The Lord had promised that the divine River Ganges will flow through all the water ways on that day. The oil bath is acknowledged by Indian sages and Ayurvedic physicians to be beneficial to health.
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Karthigai Karthika purnima
Karthigai Deepam festival is celebrated on Purnima (full moon day) of the tamizh (Eighth) month Karthigai (mid-November to mid-December) as per Tamil calendar. India is a country of varied culture and traditions. Karthigai Deepam is a typical festival of lights of the southern part of India and is an extension of Deepavali festival. It is very similar to Bhai Duj or Raksha Bandhan celebrated in other parts of the country. The ideology of the festival is that "the sisters pray for their brothers' well being and the brothers in turn, promise to safeguard the sisters in times of trouble. Another story is that Lord Siva appeared as an endless flame of light before Lord Vishnu and Brahma. Lord Vishnu failed in his search whereas Lord Brahma chanced with a piece of Thazhambu FLOWER and Lord SIVA realized the falsehood and pronounced that there would never a temple for him in the world. Lord SIVA appeared as a flame is called as Maha Deepam day.
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Markazhi Mrigasirsha/Arudhra purnima
Lord Krishna has described the month as Dhanur Maasam at the time the SUN placed in Sagittarius Zodiac and in Tamil it is called as Markazhi which is a divine month to worship. The period before Sunrise is called Brahma Muhurta, an auspicious time best for worshipping Lord Vishnu and even the celestials perform special prayers to the Lord as it would yield good results. In the Tamil month of Markazhi (Ninth) the Full moon day (purnima) falls on the star of Mrigashirsha/Thiruvdirai (both stars belonged to Lord SHIVA) which is a sacred in all aspects for prosperity and blessings from the GOD. Another important and significance is during this Markazhi month the EKADASI is considered highly auspicious which is called as Vaikunta Ekadasi and is worshipped with full devotion in Srirangam Temple and is celebrated with all fanfare and people across the State thronged to the day earlier to view Sorka vassal (an entrance to swarkga) and all the temples conduct special poojas during the period.
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Thai Pushyam purnima
Thai is the most important Tamil solar month which brings joy, celebrations and weddings in the Tamil families. Thai begins with Pongal for the first three days of the Tamil Solar month and continues with full of divine festivals like Thai Krithigai (Lord Karthikeya), Pushyam lunar star which falls on full moon day and called as Thai Poosam which is significant for Lord Karthikeya (Murugan) who had destroyed Tharakasuran on the Poosam day of Thai. The history may well be more than 1000 years old although some are of the view that the festival is older than that. Epigraphic Evidence suggests the celebration of the Puthiyeedu (first harvest of the year) during the Medieval Chola Empire days. Tamils refer to Pongal as "Tamizhar Thirunaal" (meaning "the festival of Tamils") Makara Sankranti in turn is referred to in the Surya Siddhanta.
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Masi Magam purnima
Magam star comes in the Tamil month of Masi–Tenth (Feb/Mar.)which is a very auspicious day and very important day for the Tamilians across the world to celebrate this festival. Magam is one among the twenty seven stars in the Hindu astrological system called constellation and it is one of the most favourable times for spiritual purification. This day is one of the most powerful Full Moons of the full year, since the moon aligns with Magha star which is the birth star of the Kings. This coincidence only occurs only once a year and signifies the descent of heavenly beings to the earth plane. The divine beings appear in the astral form to purify their own karma as well as the karma of the human race. Masi Magam combines the benefits of abundance and prosperity associated with the Full Moon and the majestic quality of the Magha star, offering an unique opportunity to gain power and energy and is the most appropriate time to destroy our ego and surrender ourselves at the feet of the divine.
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Panguni Uthiram purnima
Panguni Uthiram is a day of importance to Hindus especially those who belong to Tamilnadu. It falls on the day the moon transits in the asterism of Uttara-phalguni or Uthiram in the twelfth month of the Tamil solar calendar i.e. Panguni (March-April). It is also the full moon of the month of Panguni and is special because the Uthiram nakshatram coincides with the full moon. This full moon signifies the marriage of Parvati and Parameswara (Lord Shiva), Murugan and Deyvaanai, and Aandaal and Rangamannar. On Panguni Uthiram, Murugan married Kamalavalli Naachiyar. Also Valmiki's Ramayana says it is on this day and star that Sita's marriage with Rama was celebrated. The day is intended to underline the glory of grahasta dharma (or the married life of a householder). The Almighty manifests in the marital state as Uma Maheswara, Sita Rama, and Radha Krishna. Devotees celebrate this day in both Shiva and Vishnu temples, appears to devotees in his married state. Worship and be blessed