Fasts / Festivals


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Determination of Janamashtami

Oct 2010

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This article depicts the difficulty in determining the festivals that fall in the evening and midnight. And then suggests the logical ways for their determination as per different treatise.... more

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Magh Gupt Navratri Special Durga Puja 21 Jan to 28 Jan 2015

Jan 2015

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In a year, Navratri is celebrated four times. The four types of Navratri are - Ashad, Ashwin, Magh and Vasanth Navratri... more

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Festivals (Parva) & Fasts (Vrat)

Jan 2014

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Our religious texts and scriptures have detailed description about the Fasts & Festivals. These texts have also outlined the qualifi cations of a person aspiring to observe Fasts & have setforth the rules to be followed while obse... more

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Raksha Bandhan 2012 Date Raksha Bandhan Festival:

May 2014

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The thread of duty and affection Indian culture is very liberal. It is the amalgamation of many culturesevery dayinit. People celebrate one or the other festival in this country. Rakshabandhan is one of such main festivals.It i... more

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Deepawali Pujan

Oct 2008

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Everybody wants to please the goddess of wealth and keep her appeased so as to have lot of wealth and peace. Mahalaxmi is the best form of goddess and she confers health, wealth, happiness, glory and prosperity to her devotees.... more

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Naag Panchami - 2011

May 2014

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The fifth day of Shravan Krishna Paksha is being celebrated with great faith and devotion all over India as Nag Panchami Day. In year 2011 this auspicious day will be celebrated on 4th August. There is a sacred precept to worship ... more

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How and Why Celebrate today Nirjla Akadsi

May 2015

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Navratra - Nine Divine Nights Dedicated to Durga

May 2014

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Navratra are the nine divine nights to worship Shakti. During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Shakti/Devi are worshipped. Goddess Durga was the creation of the Trinity - Lord Vishnu, Lord Mahesh (Shiva) and Lord Brah... more

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Krishna Janamashathmi—A Festival of Granting All Wishes

May 2014

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K- Karmayogi R- Resplendent glory I- Imperishable S- Savior of religion H- Holder of Govardhan Parvat N- Non-attachment in duties A- An incarnation of Lord Vishnu This is a very small description of ‘The Great... more

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Krishna Janamashathmi—A Festival of Granting All Wishes

May 2014

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K- Karmayogi R- Resplendent glory I- Imperishable S- Savior of religion H- Holder of Govardhan Parvat N- Non-attachment in duties A- An incarnation of Lord Vishnu This is a very small description of ‘The Great... more

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