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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…

How to Worship Ganesh

How to Worship Lord Ganesha

  Lord Ganesha the elder son of Lord Siva, sometimes called Vinayaka, the Supreme Leader. He also known as Ganpati, the Lord of the Ganas. He also called by another…

Nashik-Godavri Ghat

Nashik Kumbh Mela

Kumbh Mela is one of the most sacred festivals of India and is arranged at a big scale. According to the Ethics in Hindu, it is considered that when Gods…

Public-Holidays-2015

List of Public Holidays 2015

Central government has issued the list of Public Holidays for the year 2015 in India. These public holidays also applicable to State Government for the year 2015. List Of Public…

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…

Navratri Festival 2014

Navratri is one of the most vital Hindu festivals celebrated all over India, dedicated to Goddess Durga representing purity and power or ‘shakti’. Nav means nine and Ratri means night,…

Nidhivan Temple Vrindavan

Nidhivan is one of the most eminent, spiritual and unexplained place in the Paavan city of Vrindavan, India. This is the Place of God Krishna here happens a musical dance…

Pitra Paksha

Shraddh is one of the most significant times to remember our ancestors and pray for them to rest their souls in peace. According to Ethics in Hindu, during the period…

Why To Visit Temples

Temple is a place where Devatas (Gods OR Goddess) are invoked. In Sanskrit this process of invocation is called “Pran Pratistha”. In the Pran Pratistha process specific Gods Or and…

Shiva-Lingam

Shravan Maas 2014

Shravan maas is a extremely favourable month full of with many rituls, festivals and also the first month of Chatur Maas – the four holiest months in Hindu Calendar. Shravan…