Ram Navami 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Ram Navami

Ram Navami is a popular festival for Hindus to celebrate the birth of Lord Rama.This is Navami Tithi of Chaitra which is also the beginning of the Hindu Lunar Calendar. It marks the ending of the spring festival of Chaitra Navratri that begins on Ugadi. Rama, the 7th incarnation of Vishnu, was the idol of the Ramayana, the earliest Sanskrit epic. It was a battle between evil and good, Ravana and Rama. The importance of celebrating Rama Navami Rama was

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Karwa Chauth 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth is typical a Hindu festival for females, which is specially performed by married women for the long life of their husband. Every year the festival comes on the fourth day ofthe Hindu Lunisolar Calendar. The term ‘Karva’ implies to the clay pots made use to accumulate wheat and ‘Chauth’. On this occasion, married women and those females who have crossed the age of marriage, fast throughout the daytime to the moonrise asking blessings of the moon for the

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Happy New Year 2018 Images: Best Quotes/Status, SMS, Wishes to Share on WhatsApp and Facebook

The New Year 2018 is here and it’s time to count the blessings we had in the past year and be thankful for them.  It is a new beginning for a new year full of promises that we will make with loved ones and will set new desires and goals for our brighter future. Apart from making promises with others, we take so many resolutions for ourselves as well such as to stay strong; to lose weight; to start something

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Vasant Panchami 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Vasant Panchami

Goddess Sarasvati, the primeval goddess of knowledge, arts, music, and language, is worshipped in the month of Magh. From this day onwards the spring season or Basant Ritu begins in India. The goddess represents creative power and energy in its form. Vasant Panchami is marked with arrival of Vasant Ritu, which is also known as Spring Season. As this season arrives, festivities start. Monotony of chilling winters goes away and crops are sown. Vasant Panchami and Goddess Saraswati Vasant Panchami,

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Dussehra 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Dussehra

Dussehra is known as Vijayadashmi, Dashain or Dasara is an important Hindu Festival. It is celebrated with mirth and enjoyment. The celebrations go on for 10 days where 9 days are celebrated as Navratri Festival and on the 10th day, Vijayadashmi or Dussehrais celebrated by burning the idols of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhkaran in the Ram Lila procession or fair. Many fairs and dramas take place and people play the role of Ram, Lakshman and Sita. These festivals are celebrated

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Raksha Bandhan 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Raksha Bandhan

A popular festival celebrating the pious bond of brothers and sisters is celebrated across India with great enthusiasm and joy. Sisters tie a sacred thread around the brother’s wrists and pray to God for their long life and prosperity. In return the brother gives her gifts and sweets and promises to protect her for entire life. Literally, Raksha Bandhan is a combination of two words – Raksha which means protection and Bandhan which means a bond. It is also known

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Bhaiya Dooj 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Bhaiya Dooj

Just when people are done with celebrating the festival of lights, comes another important Hindu festival which marks the love and respect between brothers and their sisters. This festival is celebrated during the Shukal Paksha in the Indian month of Kartik and since it happens two days after Diwali, it is considered as the last day of Diwali Celebrations. It is on this day, the sisters pray to the God for the happy and long lives of their brother by

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Gudi Padwa 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Gudi Padwa

The ‘Parv’ of Gudi Padwa is regarded as the most promising day of the whole Marathi year. People who are in Maharashtra try to begin their important tasks, investments or ventures just from this day the day also is the harbinger of the Season, Spring. Farmers, on the other hand, plough their ground on this day, as it is their belief that this will convey a good production in an upcoming year. Gudi Padwa is mainly the occasion of fun

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Durga Ashtami 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Durga Ashtami

Durga Ashtami or Maha Ashtami is the most awaited occasion for Hindus. Ashtami falls on the eighth day of Navratri and considered as most auspicious among all the nine days. This traditional festival reunites people of different religions into the one Indian culture. In earlier days, the festival was celebrated only in the state of Bengal but now, the festival is celebrated with so much zeal and fun in all over the country and somewhere in abroad too. The famous

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Diwali (Lakshmi Puja) 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi To Celebrate Diwali (Lakshmi Puja)

Diwali is a most important and famous Indian festival. Diwali is known by other names as well, such as Deepawali and Deepali. Deepawali or Diwali is a combination of two words – Deepa or diwa means earthen lamp and wali means rows so Diwali means rows of lamps. We lit these lamps on Diwali in our houses and places around our house. People eagerly wait for this festival the entire year. People start cleaning their houses much in advance, buy

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