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Rakshaabandhan (26 AUG 2018)

  Rakshaabandhan (26 AUG 2018) According to a Hindu Panchaang, every year of the month of Shravan month is celebrated. Due to celebration in Shravan (Savan), it is also said that Shravani (Sawani) or Saloono also say that this festival is the most important importance of Rakhi or Nakshatra in the defense of the brother’s … Continue reading Rakshaabandhan (26 AUG 2018)

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Janmashtami *(2 September 2018)

Janmashtami *(2 September 2018) According to Indian mythological texts, Krishna is full of all times. If you see through spiritual, moral, or otherwise, then we will know that we are not like a Krishna-like society. Whenever the religion is patna and the atrocities of the atrocities on the earth increase. Then God has established the … Continue reading Janmashtami *(2 September 2018)

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Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi* (12 September 2018)

Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi* (12 September  2018) Ganesh Chaturthi is the holy festival of Hindus, which is celebrated on the day of Bhadrapad Shukla Chaturthi. In any case, there is a special day for the fourth part of every month, the worship of Ganesha and the fasting of her name. Shri Ganesh Vigan is Vinayak. These … Continue reading Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayaka Chaturthi* (12 September 2018)

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Ganga Dashahara(22 JUNE 2018)

               “नमामि गंगे ! तव पाद पंकजम सुरा सुरैर्वन्दित दिव्य रूपं ।                भुक्तिम च मुक्तिम च ददासि नित्यं भावनु सारेण सदा नराणाम ॥” That is, – O Mother Ganga, worshiped with deities and demons, our greetings are accepted at your feet. You always give man devotion and salvation … Continue reading Ganga Dashahara(22 JUNE 2018)

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Nag Panchami (15 AUGUST 2018)

Nag Panchami (15 AUGUST 2018)  In Hinduism, many big small creatures are worshiped, one of which is serpent means snake. Nag is the place of deity in Hindu religion and the festival of Nag Panchami is celebrated for the worship of camels. Nag is one of those mountains of Panchami Hindus, the big one is … Continue reading Nag Panchami (15 AUGUST 2018)