How to Do Pitra Paksha Puja

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|| पूर्वजों के प्रति श्रद्धान्जलि का महा पर्व है पितृ पक्ष || हम सभी जानते ही हैं कि जिस प्रकार भारतीय संस्कृति में वर्षभर में अनेक पर्वों को बड़े ही धूमधाम से मनाया जाता है जैसे दशहरा, दीपावली, होली, रक्षाबंधन, नव-सम्बत्सर, कृष्ण-जन्माष्टमी, महा-शिवरात्रि, राम-नवमी, सीता अष्टमी, नव-रात्रि आदि-आदि| हमारे देश...

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Get Success in Business by using Astrology Tips

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In the event that you feel that despite your diligent work, you are not able to grow your business, at times, one of the reasons could be some planetary obstacle that is influencing your development. In such circumstances, it is smart to consult an accomplished astrologer for some quick Astrology...

Surya Grahan

Surya Grahan- How it can affect you? 21st June 2020

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How Surya Grahan affects me? What I need to do? AskGanesha Answer: Astrologers suggest that  during eclipse it is advisable not eat or drink anything, performing religious ceremonies (Pujas or Anushthans) and chanting Mantras, and taking the Lord’s name is beneficial at this time, for those students who want to...

WHEN CORONAVIRUS WILL END?

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CORONAVIRUS World was going as its usual self till 2019. People, all over the world, went on to their 9-5 job, students would go to their usual schools and universities, housewives, house helps and toddlers continued doing their respective jobs. Environment continued to suffer from man-made equipments. Animal and birds...

Rath Yatra

Jaganath Puri Rath Yatra -23rd June 2020

Rath Yatra Odisha – Land of Jaganath Rath Yatra: 23rd June 2020 The eastern coast of India covered with serene blue waters is a place called Odisha/ Orissa. A land that has to offer temples from Konark, to beaches – Puri beach, from International Sand Festival to the divine Jaganath...

Holi Puja on the eve of Holi

Holi is the most auspicious and enthusiastic festival in the Hindu tradition. The arrival of the Holi is set to make people of all ages in a festive mood as it includes many wonderful practices and customs which is done in Holi Puja. However, the celebration of Holi is taking...

Kalabhairav Jayanti

Kalabhairav Jayanti

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Kalabhairav Jayanti is also called ‘Mahakaal Bhairavashtami’ or ‘Kala Bhairav Ashtami’ is a Hindu celebration devoted to Lord Kaal Bhairav, the terrifying form of Lord Shiva. It is observed on the ‘ashtami’ (eighth day) of the ‘Krishna Paksha’ amid the Hindu lunar month of ‘Kartik’. In the Gregorian chart, this...

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Mandala puja: A Holy Festival of Kerela

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Mandala Puja is a vital custom performed at the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple in Kerala. It is starts from the first day of the ‘Vrishchikam’ month till the eleventh or twelfth day of the ‘Dhanu’ Masam according to the customary Malayalam schedule. The day of Mandala Puja marks the finish of...

Diwali

Diwali – Festival of Lights

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Diwali is the biggest and brightest festival, celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness in India. Its literal meaning comes as deep = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights. However, there are various other stories associated with the festival. Some people believe it to be the celebration of the...

Dhanteras- Festival of Wealth

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Because there are many regions in India, there are many manifestations of the Diwali celebration. The festival begins with Dhanteras, a day set aside to worship the goddess of prosperity, Shri Lakshmi. Dhanteras is also known as Dhantrayodashi which is the first day of five days long Diwali festivities. It is...

Should Men too fast on Karva Chauth?

Should Men too fast on Karva Chauth?

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Karva Chauth is a festival of Hindus celebrated mostly in the northern part of India. It is a festival in which married women fast (Nirjala fast) for the long life, prosperity and happiness of their husband. Unlike any other fast, women donot even have a drop of water. The festival...

Tritiya Shraddh

Tritiya Shraddh: Rituals for Deceased Ancestors

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Tritiya shradh is meant for performing shradh for the departed ancestors on the Tritiya tithi irrespective of whether they died during Shukla paksha or Krishna paksha. Teej Shradh is the other popular name of Tritiya shradh. Hinduism has made performing of shradh ceremonies a compulsory obligation. Failing to perform shradh...

Dwitiya Shradh

Dwitiya Shradh: An Auspicious Time for Pitru Paksha

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Shastras give extraordinary significance to the shradh ceremonies that are performed during the Pitru Paksha. It is a significant theme for the Hindus from the perspective of performing out the Dwitiya Shradh services of their ancestors soul. Consistently, Pitru Paksha starts out from the day of Purnima of the Bhadrapada...

onam

Onam Festival: The Harvest Festival of Kerela

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India is a culturally rich nation and a hub of various festivals and celebrations.  Almost every month is filled with various celebrations and individuals enthusiastically wait for them and make one excited about arrival. Onam is one must-see celebration of Kerala and a sight worth experiencing once in life. Onam...