Friday, April 28, 2022
Lunar 8th Day, recurs monthly
HAPPY TARA DAY! Every day is Tara day, although typically we celebrate especially on the eighth day of the lunar month , is auspicious for Tara practice. The second auspicious day for Tara Puja is on the Full Moon Day, which is also Medicine Buddha Puja Day.
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