Tag Archives: Hinduism

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Purushartha The Four Aims of LIfe

Purusharthas means with the purpose for which a person strives for. It implies our goals or purpose of life. It is exceptionally significant that our goals or purpose of life…

Significance of Pitru Paksha

Significance of Pitru Paksha

Shraddha means faith and respect and one of the most important moral obligation; a responsibility of every person according to the Ethics in Hindu or Hindu belief. Here we try…

Akshaya Tritiya Significance

Akshaya Tritiya Significance

Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, Akheti somewhere, is a holy day according to Ethics in Hindu. It falls on the third Tithi (lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of the…

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Significance of Gudhi Padwa

Gudhi Padwa is the first Holy Hindu festival which marks the beginning of the New Year, new month and new day in Hinduism falls on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. This festival…

Renuka Devi Mahur

Renuka Devi Temple Mahur

Mahur or Mahurgad is a spiritual or pilgrim place in Maharashtra, India. Mahur is the birth place of Hindu Goddess Renuka, mother of Lord Parshuram, and one of the Three…

Tulja-Bhavani

Tulja Bhavani Temple

  Tulja Bhavani Temple (Marathi: श्री क्षेत्र तुळजा भवानी देवस्थान) is a Hinduism temple of Goddess Bhavani. Tuljapur is one of the important pilgrim center in Maharashtra and a peaceful…

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Gnyana Sarasawti Temple Akshara Abhyasam

Now a day’s numerous pilgrims are coming to Gnyana Sarasawti Temple Basar to perform “Akshara Abhyasam” for their Children. Many people take their offspring to Basar for “Akshara Abhyasam” before…

Goddess Saraswati Devi

Gnyana Saraswati Temple Basar

India is the land of temples and has its own sole of legends fascinating story about each temple and its existence. Gnyana Saraswati Temple at Basar (A.P) is the only temple…

Amavasya in 2014

Amavasya Dates in Year 2014

Amavasya is Indian name for the No Moon day. It is the darkest day of the Hindu Lunar Month. People often worship their ancestors by performing Shraddha and Tarpan rituals…

Gur Purnima

Purnima Dates in Year 2014

              Purnima or Full moon dates in Year 2014, are based on the traditional Hindu calendar followed in India. Poornama  is the full moon…