Easter Day

Easter Day: A Christian Holiday

Easter is the festival of the revival of Jesus from the dead on the third day after his torturous killing. An Easter day is the complete prediction of the Messiah who might be oppressed, killed for our wrongdoings, and was alive on the third day. (Isaiah 53). Remembering the re-birth...

good friday

Good Friday: Mercy of Lord Jesus

Good Friday is a crucial day for all Christians. On Good Friday, Christians recollect that Jesus died for the good of his people and to protect them. He was executed by the Romans on a slope outside Jerusalem despite the fact that he had not done anything wrong. During execution,...

mahavir jayanti

Mahavir Jayanti: A holy festival of Jains

Mahavir Janma Kalyanak or Mahavir Jayanti is the most propitious occasion for Jains, which is highly celebrated with much energy in their community. On this day, different groups of Jains including Digambars, Shwetambars, Sthanak Vaasis, and Tera Panthis meet up to celebrate the holy event. Who is Mahavir? In case...

chaitra purnima

Chaitra Purnima: An Auspicious Night for Hindus

Chaitra Poornima commonly called as Chait Purnima is the full moon day after the long stretch of Chaitra in a customary Hindu calendar or Panchang. Chaitra Purnima is a very propitious day for all Hindu devotees from all parts of India and is distinctively observed in all parts of India....

Hanuman Jayanti

A Happy Hanuman Jayanti

A Happy Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated each year by the Indian population to honor Hindu Lord, Hanuman. It is celebrated yearly in the Hindi month of (Chaitra Purnima) on the fifteenth day of the Shukla Paksha. Hanuman Ji is considered as the eleventh Rudra symbol of the Lord Siva with...

vaisakhi

Vaisakhi: Celebrating the Harvest Festival

Vaisakhi is a holy occasion and is also known as Baisakhi likewise is also called Baisakhi, is the most critical dates in the Sikh calendar. It is the Sikh New Year celebration and is praised on April 13 or 14. It is celebrated 1699, the year Sikhism was brought into...

ambedkar jayanti

Happy Ambedkar Jayanti: A proud day for Indians

Happy Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated each year by the general population In India with extraordinary excitement more than like a celebration on 14th so as to remember the birthday of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and his commitments for the general population of India. It would be the 127th birthday celebration...

Ram Navami

Rama Navami: A Significant Hindu Festival

Rama Navami is a unique and auspicious amongst the most celebrated events for the Hindus. It falls on the 9th day of the Shukla Paksha (bright phase) of the lunar month in the period of Chaitra (March – April) month. This day denotes the birthday of the seventh manifestation of...

Lakshmi Panchami

Sri Lakshmi Panchami: Praying to Maa Lakshmi

Chaitra Shukla Panchami falls on Kalpadi Tithi and is recognized as Lakshmi Panchami. The Vedic division of time makes this day related to the beginning of Kalpa. According to Hindu scriptures, there are in total 7 Kalpadi days and Sri Lakshmi Panchami is one of them. This day is primarily...

Vinayak chaturthi

Vinayak Chaturthi: An important Hindu festival

Ganesh Chaturthi otherwise called Vinayak Chaturthi is one of the vital Hindu celebrations celebrated all through India with extraordinary joy. This day is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed child of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Ruler Ganesh is the image of intelligence, flourishment, and favorable luck....

Matsya jayanti

Matsya Jayanti Puja: Seeking the Blessings of Divine

Matsya Jayanti commends the birth commemoration of Matsya, who was the primary incarnation of Lord Vishnu amid the Satya Yuga. As per the Hindu legends, ‘Matsya Avatar’ is a one-horned fish that showed up amid the ‘Mahapralay.’ Matsya Jayanti puja is observed on the third day of ‘Shukla Paksha’ in...

9 Goddesses Navratri

9 Goddesses of Navratri – Askganesha Astrology

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9 Goddesses Navratri Navaratri is one of the most sacred festival of Hindus celebrated across the country. Navaratri are celebrated twice in a year. The first celebration is marked in the lunar month of Chaitra or March- April also known as Vasant Navaratri. While the second half of the year...

Worship Maa Kalratri on seventh day of Navratri

Worship Maa Kalratri on seventh day of Navratri

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Maa Kalratri  The 7th Incarnate at the 7th Night  Kalratri: 7th Manifestation Kalratri is the Seventh Manifestation of Durga, worshiped on the 7th night of the Navratri Considered as the most violent form of Goddess Durga., Kalratri means the One who is “the Death of Kaal”. Here Kaal is said...