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Mahashivaratri 2020

Mahashivaratri 2020

Hinduism boasts of several vratas. One of the significant ones is the Pradosha vrata, which absolves all sins, Karmic or otherwise. A Journalist Reveals decided to explore this vrata, during Mahashivaratri 2020. Mahashivaratri 2020 The triyodashi and chaturdashi, before Mahashivaratri, are very significant. The terrible poison, Aalakala visha appeared on ...

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Lakshmi Poojan

Lakshmi Poojan

Every year, at specific times, festivals are celebrated. Other than the more popular ones like Navaratri and Diwali, there are some that need some more austerity than most people have. One of them is the Lakshmi Poojan celebrated beginning the Margashirsha in the waxing quarter of the month. Lakshmi Poojan ...

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Mizhaghu Pongal

Mizhaghu Pongal

Mizhaghu Pongal is one of the recipes on the menu during the Pongal festival. It is also called Ven Pongal, but turmeric is not added in this form. We are sharing the recipe here. Mizhaghu Pongal Ingredients 3 parts green gram or moong dal. 3 parts rice. Turmeric powder as ...

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Ratha Saptami 2020

Ratha Saptami 2020

Ratha Saptami falls on Magha Shukla paksha Saptami. It also denotes the end of the Makara Sankaranti celebrations, including the distribution of the auspicious sesame seeds, to fellow devotees. This article is all about how we celebrated Ratha Saptami 2020. Ratha Saptami Mythology has it that on this day, Surya ...

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Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara

Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara

Last Sunday, the entire nation celebrated Republic Day 2020. We, also, celebrated it on a small scale at home. Thus, I am sharing the report of the celebrations in this post – Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara. Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara The song Jhanda Ooncha Rahe Hamara… was written by Shyamlal ...

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Sweet Pongal

Sweet Pongal

The Pongal festival is connected to the harvest season in the South of India. Sweet Pongal is one of the dishes made down South during the festival. Pongal Vessel Ingredients Cow’s milk. Traditional vessel for boiling milk. Raw turmeric stick. Limestone paste. Chunks of jaggery. Rice. Channa dal. Dry grapes. ...

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Tearful Tribute to Our Spiritual Teacher

Tearful Tribute to Our Spiritual Teacher

There will be very few people, knowing about Hindu spirituality, who would not know about Vishvesha Theertha Swamiji of Pejawar Matha, Udupi. So, I will not share again what people already know about him. However, I would like to share, how we have been connected to him, in this article ...

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Tulsi Vivaha

Tulsi Vivaha

The end of Chatur Masya is signified by Devottana Ekadashi when Lord Mahavishnu wakes up after a 4-month period of yoga nidra. The next day, i.e. Utthana Dwadashi, commemorates Tulsi Vivaha when ages ago Lord Krishna wedded Tulsi. Tulsi Vivaha On Devottana Ekadashi, Tulsi plant is readied with an amla ...

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Importance of Kartigai Month

Importance of Kartigai Month

We have been offline for a few months now because of various reasons. Finally, we have been able to sort most of them and here we are with – the importance of Kartigai month. We thought that this would be an auspicious restart to our website. Importance of Kartigai Month ...

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Moving Toward an Eco-Friendly Ganeshotsav

Moving Toward an Eco-Friendly Ganeshotsav

India is steadily moving toward an eco-friendly Ganeshotsav, in the real sense. Many people have adopted bio-degradable stuff in a big way during the decoration during these celebrations. Subhashchandra Sakroji and his family are one of them. Sakroji Uncle used to live in the same building as we did before ...

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