This year’s Aavani Avittam/ Yajur upakarma is being conducted at Geetha Bhavan, Handsworth on the 26th Aug 2018.
Time – We will start at 8am sharp.
Attire – kindly come in Traditional attire ( if possible).
Items required – Pancha paathram, Udharani, Tharpanam Plate (capacity 500ml), Rice 250g, Toor Dhal 50g, Jaggery 10g approx, Beatle leaves x4, Supaari (few), Dhakshna for Vaadyaar
Please contact us for those that are interested. A whatsapp group has been formed for this purpose.
Carnatic Circle offers its heartiest good wishes to all members of your family on the auspicious day of Saraswati Puja.
Carnatic Circle offers its heartiest good wishes to all members of your family on the auspicious day of Saraswati Puja. Kindly let your children know about Saraswathi puja and what they can do today.
Saraswathi Puja is a very important part of our Navaratri festival. It is typically performed in South India. It is also practised in other parts of India, but in a different manner. Continue reading “Saraswathi Puja – What to Do?”
If you are living far away from your culture, then the children at home will only learn and imbibe whatever the parents provide at home. So the primary responsibility for our children are the parents. Parents are the first friend to a child – so play with them everyday, read books, sing along, leave your Laptops/Phones/Tablets and spend time with them. When time permits, teach them some good values in life. Continue reading “Daily Shlokas for children”
Namastheysthu Maha Maye, Shri Pitey Sura Poojithey
Shanku Chakra Gadha Hasthey, Mahalakshmi Namosthuthey
Carnatic music is a powerful universal musical medium that unites, enlightens and transforms. For us at the Solihull Carnatic Music Circle, the innate power of Carnatic music sparked a spiritual awakening that has influenced our lives more deeply than we could have ever imagined. We have since devoted our efforts and talent to providing spiritual enlightenment as a service to the community through traditional renderings of South Indian Classical (Carnatic) music.
Music is not “just music” to us. It is a path to spiritual enlightenment. That is why, we practice music of various forms in order to enhance our ability to connect music to spirituality in unique ways that can help put listeners on the path to their own spiritual awakening. This transformative process, in the end, is the path to achieving your highest potential, reaching a higher plane of knowledge and awareness, and living in peace and contentment.
For those who desire to nurture and develop their own Carnatic (South Indian style) musical talents, we provide flexible, personally-tailored training/Lessons through the week. The teaching is based on the age old tradition of learning the Swaravalis and gradually build up to Alankarams, Gitam & Varnams. We also indulge in Devotional Bhajanais also called Namasankeerthanam or Pracheena Sampradaya Bhajanai. Join us to learn this art!