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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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According to the best Astrologers and Vastu Experts of India, the Month of Kartik is very auspicious as most Hindu festivals fall under this month. That makes this holy month even more important. By following the right rituals and astrology/Vastu remedies, one can achieve maximum prosperity and wealth. We have already posted about such tips...

11th November 2020Festivalsby Arjun Chouhan
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We have talked about Ekadashi and how it is relevant to our lives. You should check that article on our page before going forward, it will help you understand the brief of it. Since it, the Kartik month, let’s discuss Rama Ekadashi or Rambha Ekadashi. Rama Ekadashi is the last Ekadashi that falls in a year, thus celebrated...

10th November 2020Festivalsby Arjun Chouhan
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Chhath Puja is an ancient festival celebrated by Hindus, mainly in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh and also in some regions of Nepal. For easy understanding, we can call this day the Indian Thanksgiving Day. This pooja is dedicated to Lord Surya (Sun God) and his consorts Usha and Pratushya Maiya (goddesses...

4th November 2020Othersby Arjun Chouhan
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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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