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July 26, 2021 sawan Shivratri

sawan Shivratri

06 August, 2021 Many legends & folklore are associated with this day and as per the most popular legend, Lord Shiva was impressed by Goddess Parvati’s (an avatar of Shakti) ‘Tapasya’ and accepted her as his wife. It is believed that Goddess Parvati observed fast for his good health on moonless nights after their marriage. […]

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July 26, 2021 Pradosh Vrat

Pradosh Vrat

05 August, 2021 The word ‘pradosh’ in Hindi means ‘belonging or relating to the evening’ or ‘first part of the night’. This fast is observed during the ‘Sandhyakaal’ that is the evening twilight. Pradosh Kaal is the most auspicious time to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Observing Pradosh Vrat alleviates sufferings […]

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July 26, 2021 Naag Panchmi

Naag Panchmi

13 August, 2021 Nag Panchami falls in the month of July or August. On this day, devotees observe fast and worship snakes by visiting anthills and trees where snakes can be found. The most important feature of this festival is that women offer milk to snakes to seek blessings and protection from evil. The festival […]

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July 26, 2021 Kamika Ekadashi

Kamika Ekadashi

04 August, 2021 The Ekadashi which falls during Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the Moon) in the auspicious month of Shravan is called Kamika Ekadashi. Kamika Ekadashi is considered to be an auspicious day to worship Lord Vishnu. Worshipping Lord Vishnu on this day washes away all sins and helps to attain salvation. It also […]

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July 26, 2021 Hariyali Teej

Hariyali Teej

11 August, 2021 The Hariyali Teej festival is also celebrated to remember the reunion of Shiva and Parvati, the day when Shiva accepted Parvati as his wife. Parvati fasted and was austere for many years and was accepted by Shiva as his wife in her 108 birth. It is also called Hariyali Teej because these […]

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July 26, 2021 Sawan Hariyali amavasya

Sawan Hariyali amavasya

08 August, 2021 New Moon day is considered ideal for paying tribute to the deceased ancestors. Therefore, on Amavasya, people perform Tarpanam and Shraadh rituals to seek the blessings of the dead in the family and also get rid of Pitru Dosha which is seen as a major root cause of most of the problems […]

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December 28, 2020 Datta Jayanti, Tuesday 29th December 2020

Datta Jayanti, Tuesday 29th December 2020

Datta Jayanti is a festival of Deity Dattatreya’s introduction to the world. He was brought into the world at night of the full-moon day (Purnima) of the Hindu lunar month of Margashirsha. He is viewed as the Guru, all things considered, On the whole, Deity Datta expected sixteen primary Incarnations. In the event of previous […]

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November 23, 2020 Connection between Psychology and Astrology

Connection between Psychology and Astrology

Psychological astrology, is the consequence of the cross-preparation of the fields of soothsaying with profundity brain research, humanistic brain science and transpersonal brain research. There are a few strategies for investigating the horoscope in the contemporary mental soothsaying: the horoscope can be examined through the prime examples inside crystal gazing (as is trademark for Jungian […]

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Karva chauth and its importance

Karva chauth and its importance

Karva Chauth is observed by married women (suhagin Stree) for ensuring wedded bliss and wishing long life for their husbands and children. A married woman who observes this fast is called ‘Saubhagyavati’ (joyous and happy state of wifehood). On the occasion of this Fast a kalash (small copper container) is filled with either milk or […]

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“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.”  Norman Cousins The tension of losing somebody we love is called thanatophobia. Another importance of thanatophobia is the dread of death, that is, the point at which somebody fears demise or their nearby one, they have […]

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