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Maha Shivaratri – Read How to celebrate

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This year ‘Maha Shivratra’ falls on 24th February 2017 according to the Hindu calendar. This festival which is in veneration of Lord Shiva, marks the celebration of the day when Lord Shiva married Mata Parvati. How to Celebrate First and foremost, be an early riser on Maha Shivratri. After having a bath, wear new clothes. The day calls for fasting in some ... Read More »

Makar Sankranti Importance Astrologically

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The Hindu calendar is based on lunar positions but Sankranti is a solar event.  Sankranti is the day when Sun enters a New Rashi / Sign in the Zodiac. Therefore Sankranti keeps coming every month. In total there are 12 Sankranti  in a year.  Among all Sankranti, Makar Sankranti is the most significant and it is observed throughout India in ... Read More »

Friday Fast – Shukravar Vrat or Upvaas

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Shakti represents the goddess energy in its purest and most powerful form. Friday is dedicated to worshipping the mother goddess, Shakti. The two most prominent fasts observed on Friday are dedicated to Santoshi Mata and Vaibhav Lakshmi. White is the color and diamond is the gem associated with Friday. Santoshi Mata fast Santoshi Mata is an incarnation of the divine ... Read More »

Navratri Ashtmi Puja ( Pujan vidhi of ashtmi )

Navratri Ashtmi Puja

The eighth day of Navratri is celebrated as Durga Ashtami.  Durga Ashtami is on 9th October 2016. Durga Ashtami is the most auspicious day to perform Kanya Puja or Kumari Puja. Devotes take bath early in the morning and wear neat and clean clothes. Halwa, allo puri and black chana are prepared to serve the goddess. Read More »

Navratri the 9 divine nights of the Goddess


Navratri puja is one of the most divine festivals in India. We celebrate these days for 9 avatars of the Devi. We celebrate it by worshiping the 9 avatars with 9 types of puja.  The very first day Shailaputri Pujan is organized to please Shailaputri mata. The materials used for the puja are: coconut, roli, moli, rice, haldi, and several ... Read More »

Bhraspativar (Guruvar) Vrat Thursday Fast

Brihaspati vrat on Thursday

Lord Vishnu is the preserver of the universe. Thursday is dedicated to him. He is the second god from the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. Lord Vishnu is known by many other names, including Adisesh, Hariom, Harinarayan, Ekanad and Chakradhar. There are 10 avatars of Lord Vishnu, the first one was Matsya (the fish) and the 10th one Kalki (the mighty warrior) ... Read More »

Jupiter and Venus Conjunction will raise the conflict within us

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In Transit these days Venus and Jupiter are conjoined in the sign Cancer.  As both these planets give us something they are known as to be benefic by nature. This Jupiter and Venus is a very interesting conjunction as in Vedic astrology both are known to be teachers, Jupiter or Bhiraspati is the Guru , spiritual teacher or you can ... Read More »

Fasting On Wednesdays – Budhwar Vrat

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Wednesday is dedicated to Lord Krishna and to the planet Mercury or Budh. Krishna is known by many different names including Hari, Gopal, Keshava, and Jagannath. Krishna, when prayed to with pure devotion and profound faith is known to fulfill the wishes and desires of his devotees. In some places Lord Vishnu is worshipped. The Krishna mantra, when chanted for ... Read More »

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