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Category Archives: Festivals

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...

Tulsi Vivah 2017

Tulsi Vivah The Tulsi Vivah is celebrated on the Ekadashi of the Kartik Krishna Paksha and this year it is on 11th November, 2016. How to celebrate Tulsi Vivah? On this day people are arranging the marriage ceremony of Tulsi with ...

Diwali Puja Process

Diwali Puja Process Diwali Puja Process – Diwali is one of the main occasion of Hindus which is dedicated to Mother Laxmi (The Goddess of success and wealth). During Diwali, it is believed that Maa Laxmi visits the home of e...

Papankusha Ekadashi

Papankusha Ekadashi Papankusha Ekadashi is also known as Ashwin Shukla Ekadashi; fasting and silence vow is done for the abolition of sins.In Papankusha Pkadashi always use Only fruits and food of fasting (Vrat) should take. Silen...