A woman must come from a family of equal rank with that of her husband, a house that is known around for being nobility and chaste. She must be wise and learned about worldly happenings, her being educated ensures enlightenment of the society and her family.
A woman, who is cautious about her surrounding and is well-behaved with people from lower and upper strata of life and woman, who is respectful towards her religion and is accustomed with all rituals and customs, and known for discharging her social duties.
Woman, whose aura is divine; she saves money and boosts her family’s
economy like Goddess Laxmi; who’s voice is as sweet and full of purity as
Goddess Saraswati and is as devoted to her man like Goddess Parvati.
A woman, who is well-versed with her desire for love and intimacy; she’s admired for her grace. She must be respectful towards and dedicated to her elders, seeking their advice and cherishing their gems of wisdom for the welfare of her and her family.
Specialty of Festival Aadi Amaavaasya Aadi is the month when Sun is in the zodiac of Kataka (rasi) or Cancer. It is the house of Moon (Moon is the lord of Kataka). Amavasai or full moon day is the day when the Sun and the Moon rise and fall at the same time. Amavasai will always give good results as it is the beginning of a growing phase of the Moon.
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