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Vasant Panchami - saraswati puja

Birthday Of Goddess Of Wisdom and Knowledge – Maa Saraswati Puja

Vasant Panchami is also known by other names in different parts of the country. It is observed as ‘Sufi Basant’ in Sufi shrines, in Punjab and other adjoining regions it is celebrated as ‘Basant Festival...
Jallikattu

Jallikattu Festival – Comes From Lord Krishna’s Bull Fight!

This festival is very famous in the region of Tamil Nadu. It is considered to be one of the most significant ones among all their cultural events. It is considered to be a part...
pradosh vrat

Pradosh Vrat Katha and Vidhi – Happiest Day of Lord Shiva

Pradosh Vrat is also known as Pradosham and marks as a major sacred observation by the followers of Sanatana Dharm. The Pradosh fasting and rituals are observed on the 13th day of lunar fortnight...

92nd Birthday Celebration of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba

God has no form, is invisible and can only be felt! But.... Sometimes, he does take a form, appears in front of us and we still do not recognize him. Hindu Shastras have mentioned many...
Regional Celebration of Kartika Purnima

Regional Celebration of Kartika Purnima And Its Significance

Kartika Purnima is celebrated on the fifth lunar day (full moon day) of the Kartika month. This festival is marked as the day to worship many gods such as –Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Kartikeya...
Rituals of Kartika Purnima - 2017

Rituals of Kartika Purnima – 2017

Kartika Purnima is a renowned Hindu Festival which falls on the last of ‘Kartika Month’. It is observed on the full moon day and the fifteenth lunar day of ‘Shukla Paksha’. It is also...
KARTIKA PURNIMA- One Day Gala

KARTIKA PURNIMA- One Day Gala

Kartika Purnima- the last day of the holiest month ‘Kartika’ is one of the holiest and the most divine months according to the hindu calendar- ‘Vikram Samvant'. During the month of Kartika, devotees come a long...
diwali 2017

The 6 Days Long Diwali Of 2017

Diwali(Deepavali) arrived from the word “deep” and “avali” which means a row or line of diyas. Deepavali or Diwali is considered to be one of the brightest and significant festivals amongst all the Hindus. It...
8 Ideas to celebrate Eco- Friendly DIWALI

8 Ideas to celebrate Eco- Friendly DIWALI

Diwali, The Festival of Lustre, is banging on our doors which brings peerless exhilaration and ecstasy spirit among the peeps. During Diwali, Earthen Diyas signify the end of darkness and ignorance and gladden up...
Getaways for Diwali

Renowned Getaways for Diwali

'Diwali',the festival of 'glints and flickers' marks the euphoria of light over darkness and good over evil. Peeps clean their homes and take out time to make manifold sweets, fingerliciuos savories and special Diwali...