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Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti: Get Inspired From His Words of Wisdom

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Devotees of Sikhism are ardent followers of Guru Gobind Singh and celebrate his Jayanti by indulging in pooja samagri online shopping for offering their reverence to the Guru. 

The annual celebration of Guru Gobind Jayanti falls on the 20th of January this year. He was born on 22nd December 1666 in Patna, Bihar. He was one of the pioneer leaders of the Sikh community and played a major role in spreading words of wisdom, love, and brotherhood among all people. On this auspicious day, followers of Sikhism offer divine gifts and their prayers to Guru Ji for a peaceful life. 

Guru Gobind Singh was not only a great spiritual leader but a courageous warrior of all times. Unknown to many, he fought fourteen wars against the Mughal empire, not for revenge or demolition of their clan. His only aim was to save all countrymen from being ill-treated or mishandled. The most pathetic period was when two of his sons died in battles, and the other two were executed by the Mughals. However, in spite of such grievous loss, he never failed to continue his fights and acts of kindness to others in need. 

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Learn About the Rituals Followed On Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti

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Shop premium quality divine gifts, spiritual photo frames, and God idols from the leading puja stores near you. Know about the rituals followed by Guru Gobind Jayanti.

Guru Gobind Singh is the last of the ten preachers of Sikhism whose teachings had a great influence on the religion.  He was born on 22nd December in 1666 as Guru Gobind Rai according to the Julian calendar. The day is a commemoration of his divine teachings.  The Sikh community visits the Gurudwaras to offer prayers.  They also put flowers on Guru Gobind Singh’s photo frames and remember his golden words of wisdom.

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Welcoming the Festival of Makar Sankranti With Grace & Happiness

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People in many parts of India and Nepal welcome the ritual of Makar Sankranti, a harvest festival. Devotees pray to Sun God with divine gifts for prosperity in life.

Makar Sankranti marks the end of long winter nights which is more commonly known as the winter solstice. Devotees dedicate this festival to the religious Sun God Surya and pray to him with puja samagri of premium quality. From the day of the Makar Sankranti, the Sun starts its northward journey or Uttarayan journey. It usually occurs on the 14th of January and falls in the Hindu solar calendar of the month of Makara

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All You Need to Know About Lohri Celebration: Ritual & Significance

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Show your gratitude to the Lord of Fire on this Lohri by praying to him with supreme devotion. And the best quality puja items saman. Read to know more.

Lohri marks the end of the harvest season and people residing in Punjab celebrate it with much aplomb and excitement. Lohri falls in the month of January every year and everyone celebrates this occasion on the night prior to Makar Sankranti. Before you indulge in celebrating the auspicious occasion of Lohri, check all your arrangements. Shop for puja samagri online such that you do not forget any essential puja thali items on the day of the puja. 

Lohri preparations begin a few days before as everyone participating in the ritual engages in collecting twigs and branches for setting up the bonfire. As sunset approaches on the day of the celebration, the bonfire is lit and men, women, and children dance, sing melodious Lohri songs. 

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All You Need to Know About Shani Jayanti, 2021: Significance & Vidhi

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Celebrate Shani Jayanti in the year 2021. Gain good luck and fortune by worshipping Lord Shani with sincerity and premium puja items bought online.

Shani Amavasya or Shanishchara Jayanti commemorates the birth of Lord Shani which takes place in Vaishak Vadya Chaturdasi Amavasya. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Shani is the most feared God among all others because his anger is far off the limit. So all devotees offer their prayers with puja thali items and puja kits in order to impress the Lord and keep away from falling in his angry notice. 

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What Is the Significance of Christmas In Hinduism? How Is It Celebrated?

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Enjoy, and spread happiness with unique gifts from puja stores online in India. Here is how Hindus celebrate Christmas & another special occasion at the same time.

Christmas is the most renowned festival worldwide and the first day of December always sets our mood for the approaching festive season. Christmas has solemnization among all the communities and religions and everyone comes together to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. One of the most common rituals during Christmas is sending and receiving divine gifts to mark this special day. 

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Positive Monday Motivation to Help You Get Through the Entire Week

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Thank the Almighty and pray to him with premium quality puja samagri for everything he has bestowed on you. Some motivation to get you through boring Mondays. 

Praying to the Lord early morning,  with essential puja thali items is a great way to calm our minds and begin our day with renewed energy. 

However, after fun Sundays, the thought of approaching Monday makes most of us unhappy and sad. Be it, students or professionals, a majority of people have bitterness filled in their hearts for Mondays. Reason? The first day of the week brings with itself the same monotonous life, the pressure of working non-stop for 5 to 6 days straight before relaxing on a Sunday again. We know how difficult it is to manage everything tactfully and work enthusiastically all throughout the week. It is quite normal to feel deflated but succumbing to the situation is not the right approach. Instead of feeling laid back or demoralized, we should start the day on a positive note. 

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Who is Known As Sankat Mochan? What Is Its Significance?

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Pray to Lord Hanuman with puja kits bought online and puja thali items. Know why he came to be known as Sankat Mochan and what is the importance of Hanuman Chalisa.

Lord Hanuman is the son of Pawan Dev and the divine companion of Lord Ram. He is an ardent devotee of Lord Ram and is one of the central characters in the epic Ramayana. To devotees, Lord Hanuman is the ideal combination of strength, power, and assertive excellence. His supreme devotion towards Lord Ram is known to all and is a source of inspiration to many. Praying to Hanuman Ji with divine gifts and puja items will instill in you the strength to carry on life’s battles seamlessly. 

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The Benefits and Significance of Reciting Puja Mantras Every Day

Puja Mantras

Increase your knowledge about the basic puja mantras that you should chant when observing daily puja at home. Keep your puja samagri arranged prior to starting the puja.

Performing puja everyday grants us inner peace, makes our mind tranquil, and instills our faith in divine power. It is the ceremonial worship of the Almighty with puja kits, puja thali items, and divine gifts. This practice of daily honoring the Lord establishes an unbreakable bond of trust, faith, love, and also respect between the divine spirit and us. 

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Shiva- The Lord of Awakening

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We are all aware of the spiritual power of Shiva. In this blog we will learn more about Shiva Tattva.

Worshipping Shiva:-

Shiva is the lord of meditation and therefore the lord of awakening. Shiva Tattva means to be awakening. Shivratri is thus an occasion to awaken one’s self from all sorts of slumber. It signifies being aware of everything you have and being grateful about it. Be grateful for the happiness which leads to growth, and also for sadness which gives a depth to life. For the pious, the following method of Shiva worship is advisable – sit down in lotus posture, do some Pranayam to stabilize your breath, then indulge in Dhyana, followed by chanting of “Om Namah Shivaya”. Also, it is the greatest mantra and the devout should drown himself in its Kirtan. Worshipping Shiva leads to fulfillment of a devotee’s wishes.

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