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The Significances of Mahavir Swami Jayanti

Mahavir Swami Jayanti

Mahavir Swami Jayanti is around the corner and people celebrate it with different puja saman. Let us learn more about this festival.

India is a land of culture and heritage. The festivities here never ends. You will find people celebrating something or the other every day. One such occasion is Mahavir Jayanti. It is the birth anniversary of Lord Mahaveer. He was the 24th Tirthankara. Devotees also address him as Vardhamana. He was born in a royal family from Bihar around 6th century BC. He was very rich and born with all the luxuries one could imagine at that time. But, at the age of 30, he left everything behind and decided to become a monk. The spiritual life was calling him. He took the road to preach to humans and omniscience. Many people follow him until now. His devotees now spread his preachings across the entire world to make it a better space. At the age of 72 in Pawapuri he took his last breath. So, to honour him on the birth anniversary his devotees celebrate Mahavir Swami Jayanti with puja saman. Let us know more about him.

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The Magnificent Celebration of Chaitra Navratri in India

Chaitra Navratri

One of the most popular festivals across the country is the auspicious Chaitra Navratri. Read this blog to know more about this festival.

If the pandemic CoronaVirus did not put us in our homes then the whole country would have been preparing to celebrate the pious occasion of Chaitra Navaratri. While it is Gudi Padwa for Maharashtra it is Ugadi for South India and so on. Out of the four Navaratri in India Chaitra Navaratri is one of the major Navaratri.  The northern states especially welcome the new year with these nine days of celebration. Chaitra Navaratri is a huge occasion and people celebrate it with Navaratri puja kits.

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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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The Divine Festival of Sheetala Ashtami- Basoda Festival

Basoda

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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The Glorious Festival of Rang Panchami- Holi After Holi

Rang Panchami

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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The Bright and Vibrant Festival of Dol Purnima in Bengal

Dol-Purnima

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

holika dahan

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

Shop Puja Samagri from the Comfort of Your Home with PujaShoppe

PujaShoppe App

If you find it difficult to take out time and shop for puja samagri then PujaShoppe App is a smart choice for you. Read on to know more.

The world is becoming digital in every aspect- be it food or clothes. But, do you know we have an application in which you can shop puja samagri online from anywhere? Sounds awesome right? Well, we are here to make your life awesome and easy. You can shop for Indian puja saman from the comfort of your home. Yes, you heard that right. All you need to do is install the Pujashoppe for iOS and Android phones. There you go. Now, you have an Online Puja Samagri Shopping App which helps you to shop for puja kits online. Continue reading Shop Puja Samagri from the Comfort of Your Home with PujaShoppe

The Grand Celebration of Maha Shivratri in India

Maha Shivratri

Maha Shivratri is celebrated all over the country and is said to be one of the most auspicious days. People in India celebrate it grandly.

It is one of the most holistic festivals in our country. The devotees dedicate this day totally to Lord Shiva. People also call it the night of Lord Shiva. This year, it has fallen on 21st February and people will see the love for Mahadeva on that day. Devotees offer prayer and other puja samagris to Lord Shiva on that day. They observe this holy night of Shivratri just a night before the “Amavasya’. According to the Hindu calendar, it either falls in the month of February or March. The celebrations of this occasion are taking place from a very ancient time. Lord Shiva is considered as the God of destruction as well as the creator of the entire universe.

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What are the Significances and Rituals of Paush Purnima?

Paush Purnima

Paush Purnima is a very important event and it is hugely celebrated. Read this blog to know more about it and the puja samagri that you need.

One of the most important events in the Hindu religion is Paush Purnima. People celebrate in the month of Paush according to the Hindu calendar. Devotees usually perform this puja on a full moon tithi. Lakhs and thousands of followers celebrate this Purnima and perform all the rituals. According to the normal Gregorian Calender, we usually observe this in the month of December-January. Paush Purnima is an interesting event as it involves a lot of rituals. We are going to learn about the rituals and significances of Paush Purnima in this blog and what puja samagris that you need for this festival. Continue reading What are the Significances and Rituals of Paush Purnima?