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

Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the biggest festivals of India. In this Hindu festival, Lord Ganesh is worshipped across the country. The festival is about ten days which starts on the fourth day of month Bhadrapada according to the Hindu calendar. Acc. to universal year, it lies in August or September. Ganesh is the younger son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He has so many names and one of them is Vighanharta which means remover of all the obstacles from

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

India is a country with full of festivals and Buddha Purnima is one of the main festivals during the month of Vaishakha. The festival denotes the birth anniversary of Siddhartha Gautama later known as Gautama Buddha. He was the founder of religion, Buddhism. The festival is also called as Guru Purnima. According to the religion, the word Guru consists two words, here ‘Gu’ means “Darkness” and ‘Ru’ means “Remover.” “Teachers” have a great significance in the Hindu religion as the

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

India is often called the land of festivals. As you know, there are so many festivals celebrated across the country. There is no month in which a festival does not lie and each and every festival is celebrated with the same energy and joy. Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is one of the major religious festivals of Hindu. Krishna is considered as the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. Usually, this festival lies in the month of August and September. The festival is

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

Every distinguished religion makes a mark with their respective festivals. Alike all other Hindu festivals Lohri certainly draws your attention. It is one of the unique Punjabi celebration which is celebrated to survive the threats of chilly winter. If you too want to get delved with the flow of the festival, then surely you have to get some abreast of information regarding the festival. Some intriguing facts like why it is celebrated and ritual to perform the celebration certainly will

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Holika Dahan 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi to Celebrate Holika Dahan

In the childhood days, often your night stories include texts from popular fairy tales and mythological episodes. The ear soothing tell-tales of Ramayana, Mahabharata and Holika simply ignite interest in you to know more about these fabled characters. In this context, let’s give you a brief on the celebrated mythical epitome in the form of Holika. It is said that Lord Vishnu put her to death because of the wicked deeds and devilish determination which is elaborated as Holika Dahan.

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Maha Shivaratri 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi to Celebrate Maha Shivaratri

The much awaited month of Magha is around the corner. The ardent believers of Lord Shiva are ready to get his pious blessing on the day of Maha Shivratri. Lord Shiva is an embodiment of victory over evil. He is the ultimate creator of the universe, who metamorphoses and nurtures every creature with love. In fact, Shiva the supreme power has no form or limit as he can impose absolute control on any element. Addition to that, his devotees are

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Makar Sankranti 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi to Celebrate Makar Sankranti

MakarSankranti – An Amalgamation of Spirituality and Science : A festival known for flying kites and eating sweets of sesame seeds is MakarSankranti. It is a very important festival of India and shall be celebrated on the 14th of January 2018. Sankranti means “Movement” and movement is very essential for life. If our planet doesn’t move, life on earth can come to a standstill. This festival marks the gratitude to the Sun God for a good harvest and also to all

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Pongal 2018 Date: Significance, Puja Shubh Muhurat Time & Vidhi to Celebrate Pongal

Pongal marks the end of winter solstice and is celebrated at the start of Thai which is a Tamil Month. It is celebrated for a period of 4 days usually starting on 14th January 2018. It is the harvest festival celebrated in all the parts of the country and with different names and in Tamil Nadu it is referred as Pongal. People worship the Sun God and thank Him for his kindness due to which their crops have grown. People

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