Auspicious Day

Raksha Bandhan: Celebrating the unbreakable bond of brother-sister love

The Festival of Love of brother and sister is Raksha bandhan, celebrated on the full Moon of Shravan Month. This time Raksha bandhan will be celebrated on August 26. In Northern India this festival is dedicated to the unbreakable love of brother and sister, and the prevalence of this festival has been described as centuries […]

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Guru Purnima: Worship the wise and remove darkness

In 2018, Guru Purnima will be celebrated on 27th of July. If a person has knowingly made any mistake, then he should apologize to his guru. The word ‘guru’ has its roots in the Sanskrit language, where ‘gu’ means darkness and ‘ru’ stands for the removal of darkness. In the Hindu scriptures, the glory of […]

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Nirjala Ekadashi: Why water-less fast is observed on this day

Nirjala Ekadashi is the holiest Hindu occasion falling on the 11th lunar day of the waxing fortnight of the Hindu month of Jyestha. This year it will be observed on 23rd June 2018. It is also known as Pandava Bhima Ekadashi. While on other ekadashis food is consumed, on Nirjala Ekadashi, an absolute fast is […]

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Batook Bhairav Jayanti: All you must know

Various gods and goddesses are there in Hindu religion, but Batook Bhairav is known to get pleased soon and gives blessing.  There is the description of 64 Bhairavas in Rudrayamal-Tantra. In Tantra, it is said that Bhairav was born from lord Shiva. Scholars say that Bhairav has been called as ‘Rudra’ also. Batook Bhairav is […]

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The biggest significance of Ravi Pushya Yoga!

Ravi Pushya Yoga, a very auspicious Yoga, falls on 22 April 2018. This is first Ravi Pushya Yoga of this year. Pushya Nakshatra is an auspicious Nakshatra and when it comes on Sunday, it forms a highly auspicious Ravi Pushya Yoga. This Pushya Nakshatra will start on April 22, Sunday at evening 18:18 pm, and […]

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Vat Savitri Puja Date (15 May 2018): Here’s what married women need to do

In Indian culture, Vat Savitri has been given importance just like Karwa Chauth. After completing Vat Savitri fast, Savitri defeated Yamraj to save her husband Satyavan’s life. In India, Vat Savitri fast will take place on May 15, 2018. The fast is observed by married women for longevity and well-being of their husbands. Married women […]

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Shani Jayanti 2018: Date, Significance, Pooja Vidhi, and all you must know

This year Shani Jayanti will be celebrated on May 15, 2018. As per Hindu tradition, son of Lord Sun and Chhaya, Lord Shani was born on Jyeshth Krishna Amavasya.  The Shani Jayanti festival is very important  who have been suffering from Lord Shani’s effects. As per rituals, on this festival, devotees should perform a special […]

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Akshaya Tritiya (April 18, 2018): Date, Time and Puja information; all you must know

Vaishakh Shukla Tritiya is known as Akshaya Tritiya. Akshay Tritiya means ‘na kshayti iti akshay’, i.e. which never decays is called Akshay. In astrology, it is considered auspicious and all kinds of work, including marriage, new house inauguration

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2018 Narasimha Jayanti Date, Time and its significance

Lord Vishnu is considered as an incarnation of lord Rudra. This avatar he took only to defend his beloved devotee Prahlada and punish the wicked Hiranyakashipu. Prahlada was born in the house of a wicked demon named Hiranyakhipipu. As a result of the teachings..

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Makar Sankranti 2018: Puja Vidhi and its importance, with Muhurat

Makar Sankranti is a Hindu festival which is celebrated in almost all parts of India. It is a huge festival that falls on the Magh month of the Hindu solar calendar. Makar Sankranti is a solar event making it one of the few Hindu Festivals which falls on the same date.

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