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Dwadashi The saint poet Annamacharya died on Phalguna Bahula Dwadasi (12th day after full moon) in the year Dhundhubhi.
Dwadashi Dwadashi (also Dvadasi or Dwadasi) (Sanskrit for Twelve) is the twelfth lunar day (Tithi) of the "shukla" (bright) or "krishna" (dark) fortnight of every lunar month in the Hindu calendar.
Dwadashi Dwadashi is especially suitable for the worship of the sacred Tulasi tree (Tulasi stava of srishti khanda of Padma Purana), much like Ekadashi is especially suitable for the worship of Vishnu.
Govind Dev Ji Temple 5.From Chaitra Sudi 12 (Dwadashi) to Baisakh Sudi 8 (Ashtami): Mesh Sankranti
Govind Dev Ji Temple Month of Marg-Sheersha (Mangsar) & Paush : ( Nov-Dec-Jan 1.Mangasar Sudi 12 (Dwadashi):Vyanjan Dwadashi Dec-Jan-Feb ) Celebrations; Special Bhog is offered in a Special Jhanki. In all the Jhankis, a special "Kapoor Aarti" 9 (Aarti with Camphor) is done. Throughout this whole month in the Mangla Jhanki, holy bath (Abhishek) is given to the deities daily
Balumama 8. Aswin vadya Dwadashi (Guru-Dwadashi) or the 12th Dark lunar day of Aswin month :- This is the dayon which Balu-mama Understood yearly pilgrimage (called waari) to Pandharpur. The devotee’s visit Pandharpur on this day and bathe the idol of Vithal & Rukmini there with holy water. Thereafter they partacke of prasad .
Kalki This amounts to just 12 days per any given year, furthermore as there is only one day per year of Lord Sri Maha Vishnu (Chaitra Dwadashi), this amounts to just one (Chaitra Shukla Pakshaya Dwadashi) day each year or 100 days in a century.
Diwali in Gujarat "Vaak Baras" (repeatedly and wrongly referred to as 'vaagh-baras'), where 'vaak' means 'vaani' or Goddess Saraswati in a broader sense, occurs on "Aso vad 12", the 12th dark day of Aso . This is also known as "Govatsa dwadashi" and "Guru Dwadashi". On this day, cows and calves are worshiped. People clear their account ledgers (khata) today and not enter into new transactions using new ledgers only after Labh Panchm.
Sanghyang Tapak inscription //O// "Swasti shakawarsatita 952 karttikamasa tithi dwadashi shuklapa-ksa. ha. ka. ra. wara tambir. iri- ka diwasha nira prahajyan sunda ma-haraja shri jayabhupati jayamana- hen wisnumurtti samarawijaya shaka-labhuwanamandaleswaranindita harogowardhana wikra-mottunggadewa, ma-"
Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Mumbai The present tri-spire temple structure was built and the deities of Ghanshyam Maharaj and Lakshminarayan Dev instated on the occasion of Vaishakh Shukla Dwadashi, 1903 by Acharya Maharajshri Lakshmiprasadji Maharaj.