Holy Festivals

Makar Sankranti Significance :


Makar Sankranti – 1. The Puranas say that on this day Sun visits the house of his son Shani, who is the swami of Makar Rashi. These father & son do not ordinarily get along nicely, but inspite of any difference between each other God Sun makes it a point to meet each other on […]

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Devotthan (Dev Uthni) Ekadashi


On the Ekadashi (eleventh day) of Kartik Shukl Paksha is celebrated as Devotthan, Tulsi Vivaah (marriage of basil plant) and Bheeshm Panchak. This Ekadashi falling after Deepawali is also known as Prabodhani Ekadashi.Devotthan EkadashiOn the Ekadashi of Ashaadh Shukla Paksh (fortnight), the deities sleep and awaken only on the Ekadashi of Kartik Shukla Paksh (fortnight) […]

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Importance of Kartik snan (bath) and its procedure:


Bath in month of Kartik, importance of Kartik snan (bath) and its procedure: In the year 2012, Kartik snans (baths) begin from October 29. During the entire month, bath, offerings, donating lamps, Tulsi Vivah (marriage of basil plant), are done and the grandeur of the story of Kartik is being listened. Doing so leads to […]

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Saint Muktabai


Muktaba’s life was brief but she enlightened thousands of people by her striking personality, which helped to enhance the greatness of her brothers too.  She was struck by lightening and reached the abode of God when she was barely eighteen. Muktabai is honoured to this day and regarded as one of the pioneers of the […]

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Today is Basant panchami , in north India Hindus worship the Saraswati form of Mother Divine so lets know about Her


  Saraswati (Sanskrit: सरस्वती, Sarasvatī ) is the hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts and science. She is the companion of Brahma, also revered as his Shakti (power). It was with her knowledge, that Brahma created the universe. She is a part of trinity “Saraswati”, “Lakshmi” and “Parvati”. All the three forms help trinity “Brahma”, […]

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Importance of Tulsi in Hinduism


Tulsi Stuti : Vrundayai tulasi-devyai priyayai keshavasya cha krushna-bhakti-prade devi satyavatyai namo namah Importance of Tulsi in Hinduism Every part of the Tulsi plant is revered and considered sacred. Even the soil around the plant is holy. The Padma Purana declares a person who is cremated with Tulsi twigs in his funeral pyre gains moksha […]

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Happy Deepawali


Happy Deepawali to all of you ! Lets work towards removing our ignorance by enlightening the inner light of our Self and also spread the divine light by educating the people about the divine principles of Dharma, outside and make the mother earth a better place to live and celebrate the real deepwali !

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Shubh Deepawali


Heartiest Greetings on the 1,81,49,074 anniversary of Prabhu Ramchandra coming back to Ayodhya when the people of Ayodhya welcomed Him by celebrating Deepawali by lighting diyas everywhere ! We pray unto the lotus feet of Prabhu Ram to give us the shakti ( energy) , devotion and valour to establish Hindu rashtra !

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Kali – the consort of Shiva


Kālī is the feminine form of kālam (“black, dark coloured”).Kāla primarily means “time” but also means “black” in honor of being the first creation before light itself. Kālī means “the black one” and refers to her being the entity of “time” or “beyond time.” Kāli is strongly associated with Shiva, and Shaivas derive the masculine […]

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