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Rituals Of Dhanteras
Dhanteras ushers in the celebrated festival of lights -- Diwali. Dhanteras is also known as Dhantrayodashi, which is the 13th day of the Hindu calendar month of Kartik. The festival of Dhanteras used to be observed only by a few communities. ...
Rituals Of Dhanteras
Reasons Why Aghoris Worship Goddess Kali
Reasons Why Aghoris Worship Goddess Kali
Goddess Kali is one of the most fierce Goddess of Hinduism. Her dark skin colour, unorthodox look, the fiery tongue and bloodshot eyes are enough to send chills down the spine. But She is one of the most powerful Goddess in ...
Why Hindus Make Rangoli During Festivals?
If you stay in a South Indian locality then you will be familiar with the beautiful patterns drawn in front of the gates every morning. Other than that on almost every Hindu festival, you will see these patterns in front of ...
Why Hindus Make Rangoli During Festivals
Significance Of Sharad Purnima Kojagari Lakshmi Puja
Significance Of Sharad Purnima & Kojagari Lakshmi Puja
Sharad Purnima or Kojagari Purnima is a day of great significance for the Hindus. Sharad Purnima is the full moon day of the Hindu lunar month of Ashwin. It is also known as the Kaumudi celebration and it is believed ...
Devi Siddhidatri: The Ninth Goddess Of Navratri
The ninth day is the final day of Navratri and therefore it is of utmost importance. On this day, the Goddess is worshipped in Her Siddhidatri form. It is said that Devi Siddhidatri bestows the Siddhis upon Her devotees who pray ...
Devi Siddhidatri Ninth Goddess Navratri
Story Of Mahagauri Eighth Goddess Navratri
Story Of Maha Gauri: The Eighth Goddess Of Navratri
The eighth day of Navratri or Mahashtmi is considered to be the most important day among the nine days of Navratri. It is on the day of Ashtami that Goddess Durga or Shakti is worshipped in the form of Maha Gauri. ...
Why Navratri Is Celebrated Twice In A Year?
Many people do not know that Navratri is celebrated twice in a year. The Ashwina Navratri that starts at the beginning of winter (between September and October) is the more popular Navratri. Very few people know about the Chaitra Navratri that ...
Why Navratri Is Celebrated Twice In Year
Rituals Of Vishwakarma Puja
Rituals Of Vishwakarma Puja
Vishwakarma is believed to be the deity who is the main architect of the Universe. He is the son of the creator, Brahma and is the official architect of all the palaces where the Gods reside. He is also the designer ...
Significance of The Three Gunas In Hinduism
Hinduism is one of the most profound religions on the globe and has numerous concepts that attest its validity and probable supremacy. Amongst the many profound concepts of Hinduism is that which talks about the three Gunas. Before we actually go ...
Significance Of Three Gunas In Hinduism
Does Hinduism Prohibit Drinking Alcohol
Does Hinduism Prohibit Drinking Alcohol?
Alcohol has been a topic of interest for ages. People who drink have always found ways and excuses to justify their habit of drinking. Alcohol, almost throughout the world is seen as the best mode of intoxication, relaxation or inebriation. It ...
6 Interesting Facts About Hinduism
Hinduism is a widely acknowledged religion and particularly appreciated for its rich heritage and culture. Since its evolution, the religion has undergone several changes in its belief systems. However, with the values it seeks to instill in society at large, Hinduism ...
Interesting Facts About Hinduism
Legend Of Radha Ashtami
Legend Of Radha Ashtami
We know that Lord Krishna had many wives. But the Lord is better known for being with His one and only soulmate, Radha. Krishna's name is just not complete without Radha. Radha is also known as Radhika or Radherani and Radha ...
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