Category Archives: Festivals

Rakhi

Make your Sister feel Happy on this Rakhi with Special Gifts

What is Raksha Bandhan?   Raksha Bandhan, usually known as “Rakhi” in short, is a festival celebrated by Hindus – and some Jains – all over the world.  It is celebrated…

Pandharpur Wari 2018 News

Varkaris start their annual pilgrimage (Wari) to Pandharpur today 07/07/2018       Video Curtsy Lokmat.com

Dehu – Alandi – Pandharpur Payi Wari Timetable 2018

Palkhi Sohala [Procession] 2018 Palki procession is one of the biggest events in Maharashtra, over years; thousands of devotees walk around 250 kilometers from Dehu-Alandi to Pandharpur. It is the…

Dewali-Laxmi-Puja

Lakshmi Pujan Muhurat 2017

  On Deewali, performs the Lakshmi Pujan during the Pradosh Kaal period which starts after sunset and stays approximately for 2 hours and 24 minutes. Some also suggests to Perform…

ram navami

Significance of Rama Navami

Rama Navami ( राम नवमी; Rāma navamī) is a spring Hindu festival which is celebrated as the birthday of God Rama, particularly important in the Vaishnav tradition in Hinduism. God…

संत ज्ञानेश्वर महाराज पालखी प्रस्थान सोहळा

Pandharpur Payi Waari 2016

The most awaited annual Pandharpur Yatra (Waari) to the Vithal / Rukmai Temple at Pandharpur in Maharashtra from Dehu and Alandi will starts on 27 June and 28 th June…

Laxmi Puja

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat 2015

On Diwali, perform the Lakshmi Pujan during the Pradosh Kaal which begins after sunset and ends around 2 hours and 24 minutes.  Some priests suggest Mahanishita Kaal to perform Lakshmi Puja….

Palaj Ganesh

Palaj Ganesh Festival

Palaj a small village located on last border of Nanded dist. Maharashtra. Very nearby to Telangana State. Local structure of Palaj is a sincere with hard workers of people. In…

Goddess-Maha Lakshmi

Diwali Festival Laxmi Puja Muhurat 2014

Diwali / Deepavali is One of the most thrilling festivals of India, and celebrated with all enthusiastic. And well known as festival of lights. By and large people celebrate Diwali festival by…

Sai Baba

Sai Baba’s Mahasamadhi Day

On Aswin Shudha Ekadashi, the Sai Baba’s Nirvan (Mahasamadhi) took place, According to English Calendar it was on 15th October 1918 at around 02.35 PM. His beautiful body was buried…