Pitru-Paksha-Shraddh-Puja-Vidhi-Pinddaan-Pitru-Tarpan

History, Importance, Benefit and Puja Vidhi of Pitru Shraddh.

Brief about Shraddh Paksh or Pitru Shraddh

Shraddh is one of the most significant and extensively followed ancient annual ritual - Puja Vidhi of Sanatan Dharma as per sacred scriptures. Shradh period starts from the Purnima – full moon day of Bhadrap...

Ganesh-Chaturthi-Vinayah-Chaturthi-Ganesh-Chauth-Celebration

Legend, Celebration, Rituals of Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi or Ganesh Chauth is one of the most important festival of Sanatan Dharma and celebrated with great zeal and devotion throughout the India and entire world where Indian community settled down. Shukla Chaturthi of Bhadrapada month is celebrated as the birthday...

Independence Day-India-15th August

Independence Day, the auspicious moment for every Indian

Independence Day marks the end of British rule on 15th August 1947 and the establishment of independent Nation – India, in true sense this independence is not only from the British Rule but from many more external invasion since 12th century. Annual celebration held on 15th August each year as...

Janmasthami-Krishna-Janmashtami-Gokulashtami

Janmashtami - History, Significance, Celebration Across the world

Janmashtami or Gokulashtami or Krishna Janmashtami, the day of Janm – Birth of Lord Shree Krishna on Ashtami - eighth day of Krishna Paksha of Shravan Month is the annual celebration remembering the birth of Krishna across the world. Shree Krishna – the eighth incarnation of Supreme Lord Vish...

Raksha-Bandhan-Shravan-Purnima

Raksha Bandhan - The Divine and Sacred Bond of Selfless Love

We Indians are fan of celebrating festival with immense joy and devotion throughout the year, Purnima or full moon day of Shravan month – Raksha Bandhan is believed to be starting point of festival season. Raksha Bandhan is the very special occasion to celebrate the ultimate unconditional emoti...

Akshay-Tritiya-Akha-Teej-Parshuram-Jayanti

Akshaya Tritiya, Auspicious Festival of Prosperity

Akshaya Tritiya also known as Akha Teej or Akha Trij is an annual spring time festival of the Hindus and Jains. It is celebrated on third day of Sukhl Paksha of Vaishakh month every year, falls during April or May month as per English calendar. Akshaya is the Sanskrit word which means wealth that...

RathYatra-Jagannath-Puri-Ahmedabad

Legend, Significance & Celebration of Rathyatra in Hinduism

Ratha Yatra - Festival of Chariots

Ratha Yatra also known as Rath Jatra, Gundicha Jatra, Ghosa Jatra, Dasavtara Jatra etc. is one of the major festival in Hinduism and celebrated with great faith, pleasure, drama and color across the India on Ashadhi B...

Baisakhi

Baisakhi –New Year and a spring harvest festival celebrated in Punjab and Northern India

"Baisakhi", as soon as we hear this name a slideshow starts in our mind. A slideshow of Green and Lavish farms of Punjab, Well build Punjabi men in Turban and Beautiful Punjabi women in Patiala suits dancing on popular Bhangra and joyful Gidda also Mesmerising and well-lit Gurudwaras. Isn't it t...

Ramnavmi

Ramnavmi – Starting of Golden Era of Indian History, Ram Rajya

Lord Shree Ram is the pillar of Indian culture, most beloved God in India, known as “Maryada Purushottama”, founder of most well organized state order “Ram Rajya” became the synonym of peace and prosperity, idol of sacrifice. Lord Shree Ram, the seventh incarnation of Supreme Lord Shree V...

Gudi-Padwa,Ugadi,ChetiChand

Festival Days - Gudi Padwa, Ugadi, Cheti Chand, Chaitri Navratri, Navreh

Gudi Padwa is a spring-time festival and most celebrated in Maharashtra as it marks the traditional New Year for Marathi and Konkani as per the Luni-Solar calendar. It is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month, a first month of the Hindu calendar to mark the beginning of the New Year. A...

Holi

Holi – The Festival of Colors and Love towards the Supreme Lord

Holi, the festival of colors is also known as festival of love because people get unite together and forget all types of negative feeling towards each other. Holi is top celebrated and eminent festival across the India. It is celebrated with immense joy on the Poornima of Phalgun month. Holi is k...

Holika-Dahan

Let’s burn our Ego, Anger, Greed, Jealously, lust at - Holika Dahan

Holi is most celebrated, prominent and awaited festival across the India. it is celebrated with immense joy on the Poornima of Phalgun month. A day before Holi, devotee observe the Holika Dahan, lighting of bonfire at evening, this is also popular as “Chhoti Holi”. It signifies the victory o...

Maha_Shivratri

Maha Shivratri – The Grand Night of Maheshwar

Maha Shivratri is one of the most important among the all sacred festival nights of India. Night corresponding to the fourteenth day of every lunar month is known as Shivratri. Among all these 12 Shivratri, Magh month Shivratri is known as Maha Shivratri and having most spiritual significance. Th...

Vasant-Panchami

Worship of Ma Devi Saraswati – Vasant Panchami

The Spring - Vasant season starts from the 5th day of the Magha month. According to our holy scriptures, Ma Devi Saraswati incarnated on this day from Lord Brahma’s mind. This day is also known as Vasant or Shree Panchami or Saraswati Panchami. Thus Vasant Panchami is celebrated in the honor of...

Republic-Day-India

The Oldest Republic Country of Universe– Proud to be Indian

India achieved the freedom on 15th August 1947 from British Rule but it declared Democratic and Republic state with the adoption of the own Constitution on 26th January, 1950. Independence defined under the Indian Independence Act 1947. But we did not have permanent constitution; it was based on...

Mala

Spirituality, Science, Meditation, Yoga … - Mala

Mala is being used from thousands of years by the spiritual seekers. It helps in focusing the mind during the meditation. Mala is Sanskrit word for meditation. Garland – Mala is also used for Jaap it means recite the Mantras. It is string of 108 beads with one bead as Guru. It is made up of se...

Makar-Sankranti

Science, Rituals, Spirituality and Stories - Makar Sankranti

Most of our festivals follow the lunar motion but Makar Sankranti follows the Lord Sun. Transition of Sun into the Zodiac of Makar - Capricorn in the month of Posh so this festival is known as Makar Sankranti. This makes this festival to fall on a fixed date every year 14th January. Earth chang...

Datta-Jayanti

Remember the Guru’s of All Guru – Datta Jayanti

Lord Shree Dattatreya is regarded as an aspect of the divine Trinity or Trimurti of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh; Creator, Preserver and Destroyer respectively. Thus creative, preservative and disintegrating powers are visible in the personality of Lord Dattatreya. The name "Dattatreya" is derived ...

Gita-Jayanti

Gita Jayanti - Only Holy Scripture of Which We Celebrate Birthday

Shreemad Bhagawad Gita is the only Holy Scripture in the universe of which we celebrate the birthday. We heard about the birthday celebration of Lord or great leaders but never heard about the celebration of sacred text, this shows the importance and influence of the Shreemad Bhagavad Gita on th...

Chhath-Puja

How to Perform Chhath Puja in Way of Sanatan Dharma

Chhath Puja is only Vedic festival, dedicated to Lord Surya and Chhathi Maiya – known as Goddess Usha in Vedas. Chhath Puja is celebrated on sixth day of sukl paksh of Kartik month. Chhath Puja is most famous festival of the states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. Lord Surya is one of th...

Tulsi-Vivah

Date, Rituals and Significant of Tulsi Vivah -Devuthani Ekadashi

As per our holy scripture, Lord Shree Vishnu sleeps on “Shayani Ekadashi” of Ashadh Month and wake up on “Prabodhini Ekadashi”, eleventh day of sukl paksh of kartik month. So this Ekadashi is also known as the Devothhan Ekadashi. In true sense lord is not sleeping for this four month bec...

Labh-Pancham

Date, Rituals and Significant of Labh Pancham

Labh Pancham is the final festival of the Diwali season, Labh means to benefit and Pancham means five, so Labh Pancham is celebrated on the fifth day of shukl paksha of kartik month. Labh Pancham is also known as the Saubhagya Panchami or Laakheni Panchmi or Gyan Panchami as this day is extremely...

Bhai-Dooj

Forgotten Story, Significant and Rituals Behind The Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj or Bhai Beej or Yama Dwitiya is the most prominent and meaningful festival for a brother and sister, Bhai means brother and Dooj means two. It is celebrated on the second day of Shukla paksha of the month Kartik. Brother and sister are best friends by birth and protector of each other a...

Govardhan-Puja

Govardhan Puja and First Day of New Vikram Samvat

Govardhan Puja and Gujarati New Year are celebrated on the first day of shukl paksh of the Kartik month, the next day of Diwali with great joy and happiness. Gujarati New Year is also called Bestu Varsh, Padvo Nutan Varsh etc in Gujarai language. Lord Shree Krishna did the Govardhan Mountain Puja...

Diwali

The Most Auspicious Festival for Indians - Diwali

Diwali also known as the Deepawali - Row of Deep, the festival of light, is the most famous, important and awaited festival celebrated by all Indians with great joy and happiness on the Amavasya of the Ashwini month the final day of Hindu calendar. People of all the religion across India celebrat...

Narak-Chaturdashi

Narak Chaturdashi Worship of Ma Kali & Hanumanji to remove evil spirit

Kali Chaudash is also known as Narak Chaturdashi or Chhoti Diwali. It is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the Krishna Paksh of ashwini month. Devotees worship Ma Devi MahaKali and the Lord Shree Hanumanji on this day to remove the fear of evil spirit. The Shakti related to trouble is called th...

Dhan-Teras

Significant, History, Puja, Timings and Date of Dhan Teras

Dhan Teras is also known as the Dhana trayodashi, Dhan means Laxmi and Teras means thirteenth so on the thirteenth day of Krishna paksh of the Ashwini Month Dhan Teras is celebrated. Across India, Diwali celebration starts from the Dhan Teras with full of joy. Diwali is the biggest festival and t...

Vagh-Baras

Why We Worship of Cow on Govatsa Dwadashi or Vagh Baras

Vagh Baras is a festival to worship cows, as cow plays a key role in human life for a long time. Vagh Baras is also known as Govatsa Dwadashi, Nandini Vrat, Wagh Baras, Vasu Baras and is celebrated on the 12th day of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwini month. On Govatsa Dwadashi, devotees worship...

Karwa-Chauth

History, Significant and Ceremony of Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth is known as Sankashti Chaturthi as on this day all the hurdles and problems can be eliminated. Karwa Chauth is a very important festival for married women in our culture; this is celebrated on the fourth day of the Krishna Paksh of ashwini month after the Sharad Purnima. Married wome...

Sharad-Purnima

Sharad Purnima - Maha Rasleela of Lord Shree Krishna

Sharad Purnima is the most important and the most famous Purnima across all the twelve Purnima. Sharad Purnima is the festival of worshipping Lord Chandra (Moon) and Ma Devi Laxmi. This is celebrated on Ashwini month Purnima. As per our scripture, Sharad Purnima is the most Holy Purnima and there...

Dashehra, Vijayadashami,  Celebration

Dashehra - The Unforgettable Victory of Dharma over Adharma

Vijayadashami is a festival of victory of Dharma over Adharma and celebrated at the end of Ashwini Navratri on the tenth day. During Navratri, people worship Ma Devi Shakti and after getting a blessing from the Ma Devi Shakti, devotees are ready for Vijay Prasthan that is why this day is called t...

Vardayini-Mata-Palli-Rupal, Rupal Palli Melo, Palli Ghee

Unbelievable flow of Ghee - Vardayini Mata Palli at Rupal, Rupal Palli Melo

No one can imagine in the twenty-first century that the river of Ghee flows on the ninth day of Navratri in the small village- Rupal near the Gandhinagar, Gujarat. This is happening every year for more than five thousand years continuously. This is the delight of Ma Devi Vardayini. As the name of...

Navaratri, Navaratri 2021 celebration, Gujarati Garba

Navaratri - The Series of 9 Devotional Nights, Navaratri 2021 Dates, Gujarati Garba, Day wise Navratri Colours

Navratri, the festival of nine days in which people worship divine feminine Ma Navdurga, Ma Jagdamba, Ma Bhagvati, and Ma Adhyashakti who is the only factor behind every aspect of Shakti (energy). Nine is a very important number in our culture relating to the nine planets and human body is also b...