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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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Diwali in Navaratri-Style

Diwali in Navaratri-Style

We had placed the Golu at home during Navaratri and we decided not to dismantle the metal steps since it is a little cumbersome. Come Diwali, we placed the idols on the steps and celebrated the Diwali in Navaratri-Style. We also thought that this could be a new way of ...

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Naraka Chaturdashi (IInd and Concluding Part)

Like mentioned in the previous post, North Indians use the water they had prepared on Dhan Triyodashi for bathing with some fragrant powder called uptan. They, then, wear new clothes, draw color rangoli wherever they can and place oil lamps at strategic locations. They perform pooja to Lord Krishna to ...

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Naraka Chaturdashi

Naraka Chaturdashi is considered little Diwali in the North and big Diwali in the South. This day is also considered as Roop Chaturdashi, by the North Indians. There is a myth that the water infused with rose water, rose petals, sandalwood powder, turmeric powder and a pinch of sea salt ...

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