Kedareshwara Vratha is performed every year on the day of Ashwayuja Shuddha Ashtami (during September/October). Lord Kedareshwara is one of the famous forms of Shiva. Kedareshwara Vratha is normally performed by Sumangalis.
Sumangalis perform Kedareshwara Vratha and tie a 19 knotted Dora/string. It is believed those who perform this Vratha and their family will be blessed with happiness and longer life.
Kedareshwara vratha is the main ritual for Farming communities, they observe vratha by decorating and worshiping the cattle that are responsible for their wealth. Also, Kedareshwara is worshiped by the married couple for Progeny.
Lord Srinivasa is the most auspicious divine representation of Lord Maha Vishnu. Venkateswara's most prominent temple is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India. Venkateswara literally means "Lord of Venkata".The word is a combination of the words Venkata (the name of a hill in Andhra Pradesh) and isvara ("Lord"). the word "Venkata" means "destroyer of sins", deriving from the Sanskrit words vem (sins) and kata (power of immunity). Lord Srinivasa/Venkatesha is known as the Lord of Kaliyuga. He is regarded as “Nitya Kalyana Daivatha”. Goddess Lakshmi resides where Lord Srinivasa is. Srinivasa puja can be performed every day. The days special for the puja of Lord Vishnu are Wednesday and Saturday. Hence, Srinivasa puja is special on every Wednesday and Saturday. Vaikuntha Ekadashi is annually the special day for Srinivasa puja. This falls on Pushya masa, Shukla paksha, Ekadashi (during December).
It is believed that worshiping Lord Srinivasa will bless you with Longevity, wealth, peace and happiness. Also, it is believed that unmarried women will be blessed with prosperous married life. Here is the video to perform Srinivasa Puja.
(Bow I before), Vyasa who is Vishnu, Vishnu who is Vyasa, And again and again bow before, He, who is born, in the family of Vasishta. I bow before you Vyasa, The treasure house of penance, The great grandson of Vasishta, The grandson of Shakthi, The son of Parasara, and the father of Shuka, the great saint.