thanks, it was a wonderful release
, in particular the "Yaa Kundhendu" the author was Sage Agasthiya Muni,
it is wise to teach this sthrothram along with kumaragurupara's Sakalakalavallimaalai to children during Vidyaarambam or during the beginning of teaching and learning process for the todlers, and to the university level or as a daily recitation, endows everyone with knowledge, clear mind, education, art, creativeness, analytic..etc
Sarswathi Pooja are celebrated during two occassions :
During Vasant Navaratri-Vasant Panchami (April-May)
During Sharat Navaratri-Muula Nakshathram/Navami thithi/6-9th day (September-October)
Kumar!, by the way it is slogam or sloham and not slogan(means motto or catchphrase) maybe typo error, maaf kar'thiyaa.
Kumar, if u don't mind: what is Maladykumar stands for: R u of a Telugu background? therefore is it Malady is ur house name or perhaps Malady is ur ancestral homevillage or is it just a id name u simply choose for.
B'coz the word malady means: a person or animal having disease or a problematic condition, something refered both physically and psycologically disorders.
If it is ur house name or your village, pardon me if my remarks were to hurt your feelings which is not my motive.
thanks again take care.