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Janmashtami 14 th August 2017

The verses in the Bhagavad-Gita (a sacred book narrated by Lord Vishnu) say, that whenever there will be predominance of evil and decline of religion, I will reincarnate to kill the evil and to save the good. The main significance of Janmashtami is to encourage goodwill and to discourage bad will. Krishna Jayanti also celebrates togetherness. The holy occasion brings people together, thus it signifies unity and faith.

Earthquake & War 2017

On 18th Nov. 2017 this year, 7 planets will remain within 70° and on 3rd Dec. 2017 also, 6 planets will be between Ketu and Rahu within the angular distance of 63° while Moon will be posited exactly in front of them. Due to this planetary disposition there are chances of occurrence of earthquake of very high intensity which will measure 8.0 or so on richter scale.

Baby Names & Astrology

The name of a person is the biggest signature of his personal identity. In all religions, cultures and communities all over the world the giving name to a newly born baby is considered to be a matter of big excitement. Although the name of child in most of the cases is planned immediately after the entry of the baby in its mother's womb but the official declaration happens after its birth only. Once the name is decided and declared officially then it cannot be changed as it becomes your name and stamp for your all types of documents. In Hindu religion the importance of baby name declaration can be understood from the fact that they perform baby name ceremony i.e. Naamkaran Sanskaar for this purpose.

Rakshabandhan - (7th August 2017)

Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters; the festival is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister like relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated. It is called Rakhi Purnima, or simply Rakhi, in many parts of India. The festival is observed by Hindus, Jains, and many Sikhs. Raksha Bandhan is primarily observed in India, Mauritius and parts of Nepal. It is also celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs in parts of Pakistan, and by some people of Indian origin around the world. In Nepal, this day is observed as Janai Purnima, where people change Janai, which is a cord made of cotton threads worn diagnally on the torso. Wearing Janai is considered a Vedic ritual and it has to be changed every year on this day. It is a prime day to pay homage to the Lord Shiva and there is a great pilgrimage in places such as Gosainkunda, Budhanilkantha, Pashupatinath, Kumbheshwar Temple among others.

Somwar Vrata

This fast is done by ladies for their good luck, for getting desired offspring and for the eradication of poverty. According to Bhavishya Purana all fasts and the pilgrimages of this world cannot even touch the glory of one sixteenth division of this Somvaar Vrata. People who worship Lord Shiva on Monday succeed in gratifying their all types of wishes. This fast should be observed for attaining good luck, glory and reputation. Childless people can get children and the poor can gain wealth. All sorts of fears and sorrows get eradicated. This fast is very auspicious for the long life of the husbands of ladies.

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Janmashtami 14 th August 2017

Aug 2017

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The verses in the Bhagavad-Gita (a sacred book narrated by Lord Vishnu) say, that whenever there will be predominance of evil and decline of religion, I will reincarnate to kill the evil and to save t...more

Earthquake & War 2017

Aug 2017

Views: 208

On 18th Nov. 2017 this year, 7 planets will remain within 70° and on 3rd Dec. 2017 also, 6 planets will be between Ketu and Rahu within the angular distance of 63° while Moon will be posited exactly i...more

Baby Names & Astrology

Aug 2017

Views: 144

The name of a person is the biggest signature of his personal identity. In all religions, cultures and communities all over the world the giving name to a newly born baby is considered to be a matter ...more

Somwar Vrata

Aug 2017

Views: 125

This fast is done by ladies for their good luck, for getting desired offspring and for the eradication of poverty. According to Bhavishya Purana all fasts and the pilgrimages of this world cannot eve...more

Fasts & Festivals

Aug 2017

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Fasts & festivals are an integral part of Hindu culture. Majority of fasts are associated with festivals whereas some of the fasts are independent too. The significance, method of determination of dat...more

Guru Purnima (9th July 2017)

Jul 2017

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The full moon day in the Hindu month of Ashad (July - August) is observed as the auspicious day of Guru Poornima.

On this day all spiritual aspirants and devotees worship Vyasa in honor of his...more

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