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ARIES (Mar 21 – Apr. 20) A number of bright ideas may have occurred to you over the past twenty-four hours. You must try and follow through any plans which emerge in a burst of enthusiasm and not allow other people, or your own lack of confidence, to put you off. You must believe in […]

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Mauni Amavasya 2021
Astrology Spirituality

11 Feb 2021 : Mauni Amavasya – जानिए शुभ मुहूर्त और महत्व

माघ अमावस्या के दिन मां लक्ष्मी को प्रसन्न करने के लिए करें ये उपाय माघ मास के कृष्ण पक्ष की अमावस्या को मौनी अमावस्या कहते हैं। इस बार ये अमावस्या कल यानी 11 फरवरी को है। मान्यता है कि इसी दिन मनु ऋषि का जन्म हुआ था, मनु से ही मौनी शब्द की उत्पत्ति हुई […]

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Mauni Amavasya 2021

11 Feb 2021 : Mauni Amavasya – जानिए शुभ मुहूर्त और महत्व

माघ अमावस्या के दिन मां लक्ष्मी को प्रसन्न करने के लिए करें ये उपाय माघ मास के कृष्ण पक्ष की अमावस्या को मौनी अमावस्या कहते हैं। इस बार ये अमावस्या कल यानी 11 फरवरी को है। मान्यता है कि इसी दिन मनु ऋषि का जन्म हुआ था, मनु से ही मौनी शब्द की उत्पत्ति हुई है। साथ ही, कई पौराणिक ग्रंथों में इस बात का जिक्र भी मिलता है कि इस दिन मौन धारण करने से विशेष फलों की प्राप्ति होती है, इसलिए इस अमावस्या का नाम मौनी अमावस है। विद्वान मानते हैं कि इस दिन स्नान-दान के साथ ही ध्यान

4 Feb 2021: Kalashtami

Kalashtami or Kala Ashtami is a Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Bhairav and is observed every Hindu lunar month on the ‘Krishna Paksha Ashtami Tithi’ (8th day during the waning phase of moon). The ‘Ashtami Tithi’ (8th day) after ‘Purnima’ (full moon) is considered to be most suitable day to propitiate Lord Kaal Bhairav. On this day, Hindu devotees worship Lord Bhairav and keep a fast to please Him. There are a total of 12 Kalashtami observances in a year. Of these, the one falling in the ‘Margashirsha’ month is most significant and is known as ‘Kalabhairav Jayanti’. Kalashtami is also considered holier
Kalashtami- The Kalabhairav puja
27 Jan 2021 Pausha Purnima

28 January 2021: Paush Purnima

Paush Purnima is a significant day in Hindu calendar. It marks the beginning of one month long austerity period which is observed during Magha month. In lunar calendar followed in North India Magha month starts from the next day of Paush Purnima. During Magha Mahina people take early morning bath in the Ganga or in the Yamuna throughout the month. The tough winter season in North makes austerity period more difficult. The daily bathing starts from Paush Purnima and ends on Magha Purnima. It is believed that all charity work done during this time are fructified easily. Hence people offer charity to
Pausha Putrada Ekadashi

24 January 2021: Pausa Putrada Ekadashi

Pausa Putrada Ekadashi is on Sunday, January 24, 2021 Pausha Putrada Ekadashi is a sacred day to observe a fast by the Vaishnavas. It falls on the ‘ekadashi’ (11th day) during the Shukla Paksha (the bright fortnight of moon) of the month of ‘Pausha’ in the traditional Hindu calendar. This corresponds to the months of December to January in the English calendar. The word ‘Putrada’ in Hindi implies ‘giver of sons’ and as this ekadashi falls during the Hindu month of ‘Pausha’ it is known as ‘Pausha Putrada Ekadashi’. This ekadashi is mainly observed by couples who desire to be blessed

23 January 2021: Masik Karthigai

Masik Karthigai is a special monthly festival, very popular with Tamil Hindus. According to the Tamil calendar, it is a religious festival of the so-called "Karthigai Deepam (Karthikai vilakkidu)" which is celebrated every month. In fact, it is permitted to worship Lord Shiva and Lord Murugan within their sanctum-sanctorum in the temple. Masik Karthigai is a Hindu festival of lights, light and light around it, celebrated monthly in honor of Lord Shiva. Religiously, it falls each and every month, according to Tamil-calendar. Here mentioning the dates, months and the days, Masik Karthigai is going to fall, this year (2021) January 23, 2021, SaturdayFebruary 19, 2021,
BanadaAshtami

21 January 2021: Banada Ashtami

Shakambhari Navratri or Banashankari Navaratri is dedicated to the goddess Shakambhari. The festivities start from Paush Shukla Ashtami and end on Paush Purnima day. So it is also known as Paush Gupt Navaratri or Paush Navaratri. Paush Shukla Ashtami is known as the Banada Ashtami or Badanadtami. Unlike other Navratri which starts at Shukla Pratipada, Shakambari Navratri starts from Ashtami and ends at Purnima. Shakambari Navratri is celebrated for eight days. Goddess Shakambari is the body of Devi Bhagwati Durga who was born as Shakambari to save people from hunger and food shortages on Earth. SAKAMBARI AMMA Other names of Maa Shakambari

Know about the holy month of Shravan

In Hindu mythology, it is referenced that, Great sage, Durvasa Muni, once cursed Indra saying that he and the other gods would lose all their powers. In due course, Indra and the other gods began losing all battles against the demons, and the demons led by Bali took control of the universe. Lord Vishnu as 'Kurma' avtar Seeing no other means, the helpless Indra rushed to Vishnu for help. Lord Vishnu said that to get back their powers the gods they would have to churn the oceans and bring out the magical nectar-amrita. Only after consuming it could they regain their powers. This

Sawan Somvar 2020

सावन सोमवार 2020: आज 6 जुलाई 2020 से सावन का महीना शुरू हो गया है। भोलेबाबा के भक्तों के लिए यह अभूतपूर्व महत्त्व रखता है। सावन का महीना भगवान महादेव को बेहद प्रिय है। मान्यता है कि सावन के महीने में जो व्यक्ति भगवान शिव की पूजा सच्चे मन से करता है उसकी सभी मनोकामनाएं पूरी होती हैं। बता दें, इस बार सावन का महीना 6 जुलाई से शुरू होकर 3 अगस्त को खत्म हो रहा है। इस बार सावन में 5 सोमवार आएंगे। सावन के सोमवार में शिवलिंग पर जल चढ़ाने से सभी तरह की इच्छाएं जरूर पूरी होती हैं।

Lord Yama is the God of death

Lord Yama is the God of death in Hindu dharma, king of descendants, and final judge on the terminus of souls. He is also known as the ‘Restrainer’, Pretaraja or ‘King of Ghosts’ and as Daksinasapati is considered the regent of the Southern part of India. He may also be called simply as ‘Death’ Mrityu. Due to his responsibility for good decision-making based on records of a person’s actions in his life, he is also known as Dharmaraja or ‘The King of Justice’. Lord Yam Family Yama is the son of the sun god, and is brother to ‘Manu’ and twin sisters Yama and

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Mauni Amavasya 2021
Astrology Spirituality

11 Feb 2021 : Mauni Amavasya – जानिए शुभ मुहूर्त और महत्व

माघ अमावस्या के दिन मां लक्ष्मी को प्रसन्न करने के लिए करें ये उपाय माघ मास के कृष्ण पक्ष की अमावस्या को मौनी अमावस्या कहते हैं। इस बार ये अमावस्या कल यानी 11 फरवरी को है। मान्यता है कि इसी दिन मनु ऋषि का जन्म हुआ था, मनु से ही मौनी शब्द की उत्पत्ति हुई […]

Kalashtami- The Kalabhairav puja
Spirituality

4 Feb 2021: Kalashtami

Kalashtami or Kala Ashtami is a Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Bhairav and is observed every Hindu lunar month on the ‘Krishna Paksha Ashtami Tithi’ (8th day during the waning phase of moon). The ‘Ashtami Tithi’ (8th day) after ‘Purnima’ (full moon) is considered to be most suitable day to propitiate Lord Kaal Bhairav. On this […]

27 Jan 2021 Pausha Purnima
Festivals Panchang Spirituality

28 January 2021: Paush Purnima

Paush Purnima is a significant day in Hindu calendar. It marks the beginning of one month long austerity period which is observed during Magha month. In lunar calendar followed in North India Magha month starts from the next day of Paush Purnima. During Magha Mahina people take early morning bath in the Ganga or in […]

Pausha Putrada Ekadashi
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24 January 2021: Pausa Putrada Ekadashi

Pausha Putrada Ekadashi is a sacred day to observe a fast by the Vaishnavas. It falls on the ‘ekadashi’ (11th day) during the Shukla Paksha (the bright fortnight of moon) of the month of ‘Pausha’ in the traditional Hindu calendar. This corresponds to the months of December to January in the English calendar. The word […]

Festivals Spirituality

23 January 2021: Masik Karthigai

Masik Karthigai is a special monthly festival, very popular with Tamil Hindus. According to the Tamil calendar, it is a religious festival of the so-called “Karthigai Deepam (Karthikai vilakkidu)” which is celebrated every month. In fact, it is permitted to worship Lord Shiva and Lord Murugan within their sanctum-sanctorum in the temple. Masik Karthigai is […]