Pooja To Find A Perfect Partner

Finding your soulmate is very important in life. A Perfect husband is Someone with whom you can be yourself with. He must be Trustworthy, Loyal, understanding and above all, he must Love you Immensely. However, in life, there are No guarantees or there can be a delay in Finding your other Half.

So, to Make things easier, observing the Swarna Gauri Vrat will help you fulfill this desire. This fast must be followed by Unmarried women whose desire is to find the perfect match and get married. Swarna Gauri is another name for Goddess Parvathi. In the form of Goddess Gauri, she represents virtue, fertility, and power. Continue reading Pooja To Find A Perfect Partner

What All You Need To Know About Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan celebrates the love between a brother and a sister. This festival strengthens their bond. Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is an extremely popular festival in the Hindu culture. In this festival, the sister ties a rakhi or a sacred thread on the wrists of her brother and he takes a vow to always protect her. The sister also receives a gift from her brother, as a token of love. Continue reading What All You Need To Know About Raksha Bandhan

Get Rid of Negative Energy at Your Home with These Simple & Effective Steps

Have you heard of the saying, ‘Home Sweet Home’? It is, isn’t it? That is because we shed all our inhibitions and feel safe in our home, a place where we feel the most comfortable. The walls of our house are always there with us through thick and thin. From our emotional tears to the tears of joy, it has seen it all. According to our ‘Shastras’, the powerful emotions that we feel influences our environment. Our house is basically like a sponge, it absorbs all the energy, both positive and negative, of all the people who reside in the house and of the ones who visit. Hence, the accumulated energy has the strength to create a strong impact on the members of that household.

However, there is no need to worry or ponder about this factor seriously. Make sure you always cleanse your house to flush out all the negativity. Vaastu helps you completely cleanse the house without spending much money, thus creating a positive environment.

Sea Salt 

These sparkly crystals are the best way to get rid of all the negativity from your house. If you are someone who has several carpets laid down in your house, then just sprinkle some salt on the carpet and wait for an hour, vacuum it. Another alternative it to place a bowl filled with salt in the corners of your house. This will flush out all the negativity once and for all.


Sage leave help you prevent and get rid of negativity and balances the environment around you. Take a heat proof pot and light some incense sticks. Burn dry sage leaves in the pot, letting the smoke pass through you and surround the house. This also gives you emotional stability.

Keep your house alive 

Try to keep the windows of your house open, as much as you can. Fresh air brings in positivity. Make sure you regularly rearrange your furniture. Negative energy needs something to hold on to and when you rearrange things, it simply goes always. Always keep your environment happy. This is an ancient Feng Shui tactic to help stay away from negativity.

Camphor and cloves

Take a heat proof bowl and burn camphor and cloves together every morning and evening to get rid of all the negativity from your house and this will also help you improve your luck when it comes to monetary desires.


Cedar leaves are an incredible way to push away all the negativity from your house. Just take a heat proof bowl and burn some cedar leaves. Let this energy surround all the corners of the house. This also helps you declutter your mind.


Take some dry rosemary leaves and burn it in a heat proof bowl. This is not just good for your house, but good for your health also. It improves mental health, strengthens family bonds, gives you good sleep and of course throws away all the negativity.

How tying black thread on your wrist can protect you from evil things?

You must have seen many people wearing black thread on various parts of their body. It is not any other fashion statement, but instead considered as a sacred way of preventing bad things from taking place in our life. It is a common practice in our Hindu culture to wear this sacred thread on body parts such as ankles, waist, stomach and wrists.


You must have heard elder members of your family asking you to not wear black clothes on good occasions. It is said due to the fact that black clothes can turn positive things into negative things. But when it comes to protecting you from bad things, black color things play an essential role. Here we will be discussing the primary benefits of wearing this sacred thread on your wrist-

Protect you from evil eyes– In this social media world, everyone is aware what you are up to in your life and they might get jealous due to that. So, it is recommended to wear this thread to protect yourself from the evil eyes of such people. These people may also include your friends and family members.

Gives you good health– Wearing this sacred thread not just protect you from evil eyes, but also helps you in giving you a good health.

Makes you rich– Yes, you heard it right! Black thread not just keeps you away from bad things, but also helps you earn money and gives you prosperity in your career and business. Our body is made up of five aspects including earth, air, fire, water, and skin. Black sacred helps in keeping the balance of all of the above-mentioned aspects.

How to get rich instantly using this thread?

Buy a cotton thread from a market and take that thread to Hanuman Mandir on Tuesday. Make 9 knots in that thread and apply sindoor from the Hanuman deity to your thread. Place this thread at the door of your house to attract money and prosperity in your life.

Holi Festival: Celebrating the victory of Good over Evil

Holi is the most vibrant Hindu festival and is celebrated every year with same pep and enthusiasm. The festival marks the end of winters and the arrival of spring. This 2 day-auspicious festival is celebrated with vibrant colors, sweets and lots of love! Along with this celebration, ‘Holi Pooja’ is one of the most important aspects of this festival and the festival is incomplete without it.

Holi Pooja

Holi Pooja is a key ritual of Holi. The preparations for the festival start almost 40 days before the festival actually arrives. The Holi Pooja is offered first to Holika though she was a demon who had vile intentions of killing Prahalad, an avid devotee of Lord Vishnu. The Pooja is followed by ‘Holika Dahan’. In Holika dahan, Holika was set ablaze and burnt to ashes, which symbolizes the burning or end of evil things. Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna are worshiped on this day.

Thus, Holi is a celebration of the victory of good over bad. Bonfires are set up by people in the evening and they then offer Pooja to it. The dahan is done on an auspicious time i.e. mostly after sunset. This festival is also considered auspicious for the married women, as it ensures healthy life and well-being of their spouse. The devotees follow proper methods on how to perform the pooja and seek blessings from god. So here is the proper ‘Vidhi’ on how to perform Holi Pooja.

Holi Pooja Vidhi

Things you need-

1. An Earthen lamp
2. Ghee
3. Flowers
4. Dhoop stick or agarbatti
5. Ashtgandh, chandan or roli
6. Dry coconut
7. Akshat or raw rice
8. Some water
9. Moong Daal
10. Dry turmeric
11. Raw yarn
12. Badkula garland (A garland made of Cow-dung)
13. Grains
14.some sweets

Vidhi for Holi Pooja

1. The pooja begins with preparing a thaali for pooja by placing all the necessary things in it.
Then, the devotees lighten the earthen lamp and dhoop sticks and worship Lord Ganesha by chanting mantras including- “ॐ गं गणपतये नमः” (Om Gan Ganpataye Namah). Then some rice, flowers, and water are offered while worshiping lord Ganesha.

2. Following this, Goddess Durga and Lord Narasimha are worshiped by chanting their names or mantras such as- “ॐ प्रह्लादाय नमः” (Om Prahladaya Namah) . They are offered tilak, dry coconut, water, and sweets.

3. The worshiping of Gods and Goddesses is followed by worshiping of Holika which is present in the form of the Bonfire. The devotees offer Dhoop, rice, coconut, turmeric, flowers, sweets, moong daal, and badkula garland to the Holika or bonfire. The prayer if offered by chanting-

“Some people created you due to constant fear of blood sucking demons. Therefore, I worship you. I seek prosperity, wealth, and power for me.” The mantra chanted is-

अहकूटा भयत्रस्तैः कृता त्वं होलि बालिशैः
अतस्वां पूजयिष्यामि भूति-भूति प्रदायिनीम्‌

This is followed by pouring of water around Holika while taking parikrama around it and then emptying a glass of water in front of it.
4. The devotees then roast the fresh harvest and distribute it as prasad to all. The next morning, you should bring the ashes from the bonfire home, as they are believed to protect you from inauspicious powers.

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Know the Benefits of Hymns Used In Hanuman Chalisa

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Hanuman is worshipped for courage, liveliness and strength. He represents loyalty, modesty, self-sacrifices, sincerity, and truthfulness, physical and mental strength. Worshiping Hanuman has many benefits including good health, positivity in life, peace of mind and getting rid of any negativity in life. You should start worshiping him if you want protection from evils and black magic. You can buy Hanuman Ji online to save time and avail his blessings at your doorsteps. Continue reading Know the Benefits of Hymns Used In Hanuman Chalisa

How To Observe Chhath Puja 2016 and Celebrate The Festival?


Chhath Puja or Dala Puja is mostly about worshipping the Sun God or Surya. It is the perfect occasion to celebrate Lord Surya and eliminate all negativities. As per traditional Hindu calendar, Chhath Puja is celebrated in the month of Kartik in the lunar fortnight on the 6th day or ‘Shasthi’. According to English Gregorian calendar, Chhath Puja falls in the month of October – November, exact six days after Diwali, the festival of lights. Continue reading How To Observe Chhath Puja 2016 and Celebrate The Festival?

Laxmi Puja – An Inevitable Part of the Diwali Celebrations

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Laxmi Puja comes along as a vital part of the Diwali celebrations carried out in the Indian subcontinent. Every home does witness the observance of Laxmi Puja in a grand scale. The goddess of wealth and prosperity, Goddess Laxmi is invoked with great divinity. Since the festival is regarded as a matter of grandeur and celebration, you can avail any fancy corporate gift store and get hold of the favourite gift of your choice for your beloved one. Continue reading Laxmi Puja – An Inevitable Part of the Diwali Celebrations

Pitru Paksha- A Complete Guide on Rituals, Do’s, Don’ts and Dates


Pitru Paksha is the period of 15 days when Hindus pay homage to ancestors. It is also known as Mahalaya Paksha and normally starts one or two days after Ganesha Visarjan. The last day of the Pitru Paksha is known as Sarvapitri Amavasya where if the death of any deceased person is not known then his/her Shradh can be performed on this day. Tarpan, Shradh, feeding the Brahmin and pind daan are performed in order to please the ancestors. Continue reading Pitru Paksha- A Complete Guide on Rituals, Do’s, Don’ts and Dates

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