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Category Archives: Festivals

Maa Lakshmi Aarti

Jai lakshmi maataa, Maiyaa jaya lakshmi maataa Tumako nishadina dhyaavata, Hara vishnu vidhaataa Brahmaanii, rudraanii, kamalaa, Tuuhii hai jaga maataa Suurya chandramaa dhyaavata, Naarada rishi gaataa Durgaa ruupa nirantara, sukh...

Govardhan Pooja

The Celebration of Govardhan Pooja 2016 (Annakoot) Govardhan Pooja will fall on 31st October, 2016 this year. The festival of Goverdhan is also called as Annakoot. Every year, this puja is performed by the devotees on the first lu...

The Festival of Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj exists on the last day of Diwali. This year, it will fall on Friday (November 9th, 2018). On this festival, sisters put Tilak on the forehead of their brothers and feed them sweets. They pray for their long life and well...

How to make Goddess Lakshmi Happy?

1. Should not sleep after sunrise and sleep only after sunset, if you do so Lakshmiji will come to you. 2. Should not itching head with both hands. 3. The lady who is cooking and serving food should not taste anything while doing ...

Katha of Diwali

Take some flower and rice grains in hand after the worship, listen the following story(s) and sprinkle the flowers and rice on the statue of Lakshmi-Ganesha. Once upon a time seven brothers was living in a village. All these seven...

Fasting in Karva Chauth

Fasting in Karva Chauth – Karva Chauth falls about nine days before Diwali. It is the most important fast observed by Hindu women of North India. On this day married Hindu women offer prayers seeking the welfare, prosperity,...

Paush Putrda Ekadashi Vrat

Keeping fast on this Ekadashi is believed to bless a married couple with a son. The word ‘Putrda’ means ‘giver of sons’ and Ekadashi is the 11th lunar day of a lunar month. There are two Putrda Ekadasi his in a year. One falls in ...

Kalabhairav Jayanti

Kaal Bahiravashtami. According to the Shivpurana’s Shat-rudra Sanhita, Lord Shiva had taken incarnation of Bhairava on the Ashtami (eighth day) of the Sheersh months’s Krishna paksha. Why celebrating Kalabhairav Jayant...

The OM Mantra

The ‘OM’ Mantra Origin of the cosmic sound ‘OM’ is the origin of creation itself. Om is a word and sound of great divine power. Reciting ‘OM’ as a Mantra is one thing, but being able to hear this subtle cosmic sound is enthralling...

In Depth knowledge of Shradhkarma

Shradhkarma – Human Body is created from 5 Koshas – 1. Annamaya Kosha (body), 2. Pranmaya kosha (heart), 3. Manonaya Kosha (Mind) 4. Vigyanman Kosha (wisdom and knowledge), 5. Anandmaya Kosha (blessings). These 5 koshas area...

Sarvapitra Shradh / Pitra Visarjan

Sarvapitra Shradh / Pitra Visarjan (19th September 2017) Sarvapitra Shradh is performed on the Amavasya (new moon) of Ashwin Krishna. If Shardh has been missed on that specific day or someone’s Shradh Tithi (date) is unknowable, S...