Holy Festivals

Shubh Deepawali !


Heartiest greetings to all of you on the occasions of the series of festivals of light like Roop chaturdashi(Narkasur Chaturdashi) Deepawali, Gowardhan puja (bali pratipada) and Bhaiya dooj . O Hindus ! please take a pledge on this auspicious occasion of Deepawali to light up the flame of establishment of Hindu Nation to remove the […]

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Dhanwantari Jayanti


Dhanvantri is said to be the God and originator of the Ayurveda for the human welfare. Dhanvantari is considered as the incarnation of the God Vishnu. Every year the birthday of the God Dhanvantari is celebrated on ‘Dhanteras’, just before the Diwali on thirteenth day before Amavasya in the month of kartik. God Dhanvantari is […]

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Katyayini is the sixth form amongst the Navadurga


  Katyayini is the sixth form amongst the Navadurga or the nine forms of Hindu goddess Parvati or (Shakti), worshipped during the Navratri celebrations. This is the second name given for Parvati in amarakosha, the Sanskrit lexicon. (Uma Katyayani Gouri Kali Haimavathi Iswari) In Shaktism she is associated with the fierce forms of Shakti or […]

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Vrat (religious observance) of Shravan Monday-Worship of God Shiv !


At the mention of the month of Shravan, one remembers the vrats. It is difficult for the common people to perform conducts according to the Veds. To overcome this difficulty, the Purans make a mention of vrats. In this, the special vrats come in the month of Shravan. For example: 1. Shravan Monday vrat 2. […]

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The purpose of celebrating festivals


A. General information : Our Holy festivals and Religious festivals are such that they not only give us happiness while we are alive, but also help our subtle-body gain momentum after death. B. Realisation of the changes in nature : For example, Nariyal Pournima is celebrated at the end of monsoons, when the sea becomes […]

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Ganga Dussehra


Ganga Dussehra, held over the first 10 days of the month of Jyeshtha (in June), celebrates Gangavataran – the descent of the Ganga to earth. The Ganga, largest of India’s rivers and the most sacred to Hindus, holds a unique place in Indian consciousness. Regarded as a celestial river originating in the heavens, she is […]

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Ramrajya’ can be a reality even today !


Ramrajya’ can be a reality even today ! Ramrajya is the one and only Kingdom that can make the life of its subjects happy and contented, free from natural calamities, devoid of crimes, corruption and diseases ! Subjects in Ramrajya abided by Dharma; hence, they were blessed with a sovereign like Shriram. Ramrajya of those […]

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The five navratris :


Traditions of NavaratriNavarathri is celebrated five times a year. They are Vasanta Navaratri, Ashadha Navaratri, the Sharada Navaratri, and the Paush/Magha Navaratri. Of these, the Sharada Navaratri of the month of Puratashi and the Vasanta Navaratri of the Vasanta kala are very important. 1. Vasanta Navaratri: Basanta Navaratri, also known as Vasant Navaratri, is the […]

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How to celebrate the hindu nav warsh and why to hoist the brahmdhwaj ?


How to hoist a Gudhi ? A bright green or yellow cloth adorned with brocade (zari) is tied to the tip of a long bamboo over which gaòhi (a type of sweet), neem leaves, a twig of mango leaves and a garland of red flowers is tied. This is then hoisted by placing a silver […]

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