Holy Festivals

Anant chaturdashi :


Anant Chaturdashi is also the last day of the Hindu festival of  Ganeshotsav.  It is generally the tenth  day after Ganesh Chaturthi  and all the Ganesh  idols brought into homes and communities are immersed in the sea or nearby lakes and rivers.On this day, people travel to the waterfront with the idols, large and small, […]

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Devshayani Ekadashi


Devshayani Ekadashi  is also called shayani ekadashi (lit. “sleeping eleventh”) or Maha-ekadashi (lit. “The great eleventh”) or Prathama-ekadashi (lit. “The first eleventh”) or Padma Ekadashi or Devpodhi Ekadashi is the eleventh lunar day (Ekadashi) of the bright fortnight (Shukla paksha) of the Hindu month of Ashadha (June – July). Thus it is also known as Ashadhi […]

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Delhi witnessed a surge in crime against women with rape cases growing by 158 per cent this year !!


Have a look at the statistics of the recorded crime in Delhi on women !! This is happening in the country where the women is worshipped in the form of deity !!  When Dharma is not taught and imbibed in childhood all kinds of so education fails to make a person behave like a cultured […]

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Science behind celebrating Mahashivratri:


|Mahashivratri is the festival of God Shiva. Shivratri is the time when God Shiva rests for one ‘prahar’ (three hours) of the night (referred to as the Shivratri). This year the festival is on 10’th March. Because God Shiva is taking rest during this time, his function of absorbing the tama (spiritually impure) component stops […]

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Mauni Amavasya :


Day after tomorrow (10th Februaray ) is Mauni Amavasya : So lets know the Importance of Mauni Amavasya snan (bathing ) at kumbh mela : According to ancient religious scriptures, Mauni Amavasya is the day on which Manu rishi appears in this world millions of years ago. It is believed to be the day when […]

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Kumbh Mela


The dates of the Kumbh Mela are determined astronomically, according to the positions of the sun, moon, and Jupiter. The Maha Kumbh Mela at Prayag takes place during the Hindu month of Magh. “Agh” means sin, and “Magh” eliminates sin, so this month is particularly auspicious for getting rid of sin and obtaining salvation. The […]

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Paush Purnima


Today is Paush Purnima Significance of Bathing in Sacred River Water on Paush Purnima On the day of Paush Purnima, devotees take baths in Mahakumbh. People take bath and relieve themselves of all their sins and problems. Taking baths, donations, charities etc are considered very auspicious on this day. The baths of Magh month start […]

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Special characteristics of ‘Kumbh Mela’


 – A note from His Holiness Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavle . (founder Sanatan Sanstha ) Courtesy : www.hindujagruti.org Hindus ! dont forget to visit the exihibition of Sanatan Sanstha in the mahakumbh in sector -10 . ‘Kumbh Mela’ is the symbol of Hindu unity ! ‘Kumbh Mela’ is the biggest religious fair of Hindus. Most […]

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Importance of different bathing days in Mahakumbh


Kumbh Mela is celebrated at different locations depending on the position of the planet of Bṛhaspati (Jupiter) and the sun. When Jupiter and the sun are in the zodiac sign Leo (Simha Rashi) it is held in Trimbakeshwar, Nashik; when the sun is in Aries (Mesha Rashi) it is celebrated at Haridwar; when Jupiter is […]

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