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In contemporary home decor and embellishments, the prominence of paintings and portraits are so explicit to observe. Whether ancient creations or modern arts, people choose to festoon their walls with vivacious artificial views. But most of the time, the positioning of those paintings, according to Vastu, brings dire consequences in the house. As a result,...

20th February 2021Vastuby Arjun Chouhan
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“ॐ नमः शिवाय” The Pradosh Vrat is considered auspicious among Hindus. It is observed on the 13th lunar day of every month, i.e. new moon day and full moon day. The most important Pradosh Vrat is the ones that fall on the Maha Shivaratri as the deities that are worshipped on this day are Lord...

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The festival of Bhai Dooj is celebrated among different cultures under different names. It falls on the 5th day of the 5 days long festival of Diwali. In southern parts of India, it is known as Yama Dwitiya. The day celebrates the love and affection between siblings. As the name suggests ‘Bhai’ means brother and...

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The five day festival of Diwali observes Govardhan pooja on the fourth day. In some parts of India, it is also called Annakoot Pooja. The word Govardhan has different meanings, where ‘Go’ means cow and ‘Vardhan’ means ‘nourishment’, that is why we worship the cow on this day. Apart from this ‘Go’ also means ‘senses’...

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Narak Chaturdashi, commonly known as Choti Diwali is celebrated on the second day of the five-day-long festival of Diwali. The festival is dedicated to the God of death, known as Yamraj in Hindu mythology. There are several legends associated with this day but the most common is of Lord Krishna defeating the demon king called Narakasura and...

31st October 2020Vastuby Arjun Chouhan
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