The Religious Importance of Gudi Padwa- A Happy Moment

Gudi Padwa is a famous festival in Maharashtra and people celebrate it with various pooja items in a grand way. Read this blog to know more about it.

One of the most vital Maharashtrian festivals is Gudi Padwa. This year Gudi Padwa is on March 25th but with the given situation, it seems like there will be no big gatherings or celebrations. So, why don’t we learn a bit about this festival and find out its religious importance? Gudi Padwa has various names in various cities. South Indians call it “Ugadi” in Telugu and “Yugadi” in Kannada. Some Maharashtrian locals state it as the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada festival as well. This is usually a very royal and grand festival for the people of Maharashtra. Everyone celebrates this festival with pooja items in a glorious manner.

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How to Put A Coconut on A Kalash During Chaitra Navaratri?

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The procedure of Ghat Sthapana is done with puja samagri after doing puja shopping online. For more information, read this in detail.

Ghat Sthapana is the ritual of arranging a Kalash during any puja. The Kalash is a significant religious pot for every puja that we do with puja kits online. The Hindu culture hails the Kalash as a very pious object. It is a pot that carries the holy Gangajal water. Most pujas are of no value at all. You can either get silver or brass Kalash, and people buy it from puja items online stores. The entire procedure of decorating the Kalash happens during an auspicious time, according to the tithi. 

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Perform this Puja to Fight the Deadly Corona Virus

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It is very important today to fight against this Corona Virus spreading worldwide causing not just severe disease but also major panic leading to stress, mental and physical illness.

The virus, which was prevalent in China, has now also spread in neighbouring countries like Hongkong, Singapore, Japan, US and India. And all countries around the globe are doing efforts to stop the spread and find a solution for this disease.

Coronavirus is a large family of viruses transmitted between animals and humans causing illness ranging from the common cold to more severe disease like Acute Respiratory Syndrome. The common signs of infection include fever, cough, respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.

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Important Slokas of Various Hindu Gods and Goddesses

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Introduction

Worshipping the gods and goddesses forms a part and parcel of our life. Without praying to the god, we cannot keep our feeling and difficulties within ourselves. Hence, prayer is a must for each and every person belonging to different religions also. We are living our life happily or sorrowfully based on our past birth karmas. Though we cannot entirely remove our sins by worshipping the god, at least we would be able to get the courage and strength in our mind and body, and we would be able to withstand in our life without much difficulty. We would feel a sense of satisfaction, that later or sooner, god would fulfil our wishes and needs, and would get greater mental relaxation, and happiness by praying to the god.

I have given slokas of gods and goddess, it is better to chant it on a daily basis, in order to get better results in our life.

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The Divine Festival of Sheetala Ashtami- Basoda Festival

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On the auspicious function of Sheetala Ashtami people also perform the Basoda Puja. It is a very popular Hindu festival. Read this to know more about it.

In the honour of Goddess Sheetala, her devotees observe the auspicious festival of Sheetala Ashtami. This is also the day when people celebrate the very famous Basoda Puja with Indian Puja Saman. Basoda is very popular and religious Hindu festival  According to the Hindu mythology and folklore, worshipping Godden Sheetala can bestow a lot of benefits especially to children. As per the calendar of Hindus, Sheetala Ashtami falls in the month of Chaitra. The devotees observe this festival on Krishna Paksha which is the eight-day or Ashtami. According to the Gregorian calendar, it usually falls on the month of March-April. 

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Katha of Mata Anjana Devi

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ANJANA

INTRODUCTION

Anjana is the mother of Lord Hanuman and lived during the Treta Yuga. According to ancient legend, Anjana in her previous birth was a celestial dancer in the heaven, and due to a curse, she was born on earth as a pious Vanara lady and married Kesari, a Vanara king. Vayu Bhagawan, the wind god, carried the spiritual powers of Lord Shiva to Anjana’s womb, and thus Hanuman was born as an avatar of Lord Shiva. The Anjaneyadri hill in Karnataka is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman.

In Himachal Pradesh, Goddess Anjana is worshipped as a family deity and a temple is dedicated to her and her Vehicle is a scorpion.

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The Glorious Festival of Rang Panchami- Holi After Holi

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Very few people know about the auspicious occasion of Rang Panchami which takes place right after five days of Holi. We will learn about it on this blog.

India is a country of diverse cultures. As a result, every state in the country has different rituals for every festival. Same goes for the festival of colours as well. Holi is celebrated all across the country as it is one of the major festivals. People call it by different names. Some call it dol-Purnima and some call it Jhulan-yatra or so. But very few people are actually aware of the grand Holi that takes place exactly five days after Holi. This is what we call Rang Panchami. People celebrate it with puja kits online

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Celebrate A Safe and Eco-Friendly Holi with these Few Tips

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With Holi around the corner, let us take a pledge to celebrate a safe and eco-friendly Holi. Read this blog to know more.

It is the season of the most colourful festival in India- Holi. This festival is all about getting immersed in bright, vibrant colours and expressing our love to one another. People all over the country celebrate it grandly. Holi marks the celebration of triumph over evil. Holi helps us realize the power of truth and good. People also worship Radha and Krishna on this day by purchasing puja kits online

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The Bright and Vibrant Festival of Dol Purnima in Bengal

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In Bengal, we celebrate Dol-Purnima. Nothing is as colourful and vibrant as this festival. Read to know more about Dol-Purnima.

People all across the country celebrate Holi. But, do you know that in Bengal the festival of Holi is known as Dol-Jatra or Dol-Purnima?  People in West Bengal celebrate this festival of Dolyatra with grandeur and pride. It may be the festival of colours for the rest of the country but it is way more than that to the people of Bengal. According to the Bengali calendar, it is the last festival of the year. That is why it gains special importance in the lives of people here. You need the proper puja samagris to celebrate this auspicious occasion of Dol-Purnima.

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Know About the Significances of Holika Dahan in Our Culture

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Holika Dahan is an important ritual which is celebrated before Holi. Read this blog to know more about the rituals and their importance.

The festival of colours- Holi is celebrated all over the country in great spirit. People of every caste, colour, creed, race come together on the day of Holi and forget the differences between them. The tagline “Bura Na Mano, Holi Hai” represents the secular culture of India. It is the festival which brings colours to life.  There are different names for the festival of Holi. Some call it Dol-Jatra or Basanta Utsav (since it is a spring festival). The most popular Holi is that of the Braj, Mathura, Shantiniketan, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana region, etc. These cities are very famous for the festival of Holi. The celebration of Holi begins with Holika Dahan the night before. It is a traditional ritual which you do with different puja samagri. In this blog, we will discuss all it. Continue reading Know About the Significances of Holika Dahan in Our Culture

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