Akshaya Tritiya 2013 - Occasion to Accomplish Unlimited Wealth!

Akshaya Tritiya 2013starts on May 12th at 10:20 am and goes until May 13th afternoon 12:47 pm. As the Tritiya exists on the sunrise of May 13th, 2013, Akshaya Tritiya festival will be celebrated on that Day.

Akshaya means everlasting, unfailing and inexhaustible. Tritiya refers to the third phase of the Moon. Akshaya Tritiya is the ideal day to purchase gold, gems, silver, ornaments, jewelry and other valuables. If you purchase even a small amount of gold then it will accumulate prosperity all year long.

Akshaya Tritiya is also beneficial to start new investments like Fixed Deposits in Banks, Insurance or Health Policies, Share Market, Post Office Savings Schemes and Mutual Funds etc. When you bless the money or material you are giving away on Akshaya Tritiya, it multiplies many times over. According to the Vedas, when you give with a pure heart, it brings back the money manifold.

As Dr. Pillai says, "Feeding a starved human being and helping the poor with much needed items is the key to receiving material and spiritual blessings". Any sort of Donation on Akshaya Tritiya day produces great returns. If you have been planning to donate, this is the best day.

Gold, especially in India, is much more than just a precious metal as it is part of the fabric of the culture and an inseparable part of belief system. It is the core from which the world was created. In Hindu mythology, the Creator deposited a seed in the waters of the dark and lifeless universe. The seed became a bright cosmic egg as radiant as the Sun and from this was born, the incarnation of the Creator Himself - Brahma. Thus He is referred to as Hiranyagarbha - the one born of gold.

Akshaya Tritiya is the

  • Most Special of all the 3rd Moon Days
  • Most Suitable Day to Attract Wealth and Prosperity
  • Best Day to Donate to Needy and Poor
  • Most Auspicious Day for Starting New Ventures

Did You Know?

Kubera, the Banker in heaven, got his popular position on Akshaya Tritiya day, due to his past habits of giving on this day.

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