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ramanvmi -

रामनवमी के दिन श्रीराम ने लिया था अवतार,बुराइयों से लड़ने के लिए,इसलिए इस दिन को सार्थक बनाएं,अपने अंदर के अहंकारी रावण को मिटाएं,रामनवमी की शुभकामनाएं! Ram Navmi, also spelled Ram Navami, is one of the most auspicious festivals of the Hindu religion. It commemorates the incarnation of Lord Ram - the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu - on the holy earth. Observed in either March or April as per the Gregorian calendar, this festival celebrates the birth of Lord Rama to Dashrath and Kousalya, the king and queen of Ayodhya.The Spring Ram Navmi actually concludes the nine day long Navratri...

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dineshflourmills, Navratri -

The time of the year - Navratri - holds immense religious significance in the Hinduism culture. Corresponding to either March or April of the Gregorian Calendar, Chaitra Navratri falls in the Chaitra month according to the Hindu calendar, the first day of which also marks the Hindu New Year. The Chaitra Navratri this year begins on 2nd April and continues for the following nine days, till 11th April.During Navratri, nine Hindu goddesses, namely Shailaputri or Pratipada, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri, and Siddhidatri are worshipped. Every year, Navratri festivities are celebrated four times. One during the Jan-Feb season,...

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gangaur -

Gangaur Puja - the conclusion of the 18 day long Gangaur festival - is here. Gangaur festival is observed in various parts of Western and Central India, mainly Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, in honor of the divine couple Shiva and Parvati. Gangaur is made up of two words, ‘Gan’ meaning Shiva, and ‘Gaur’ meaning Parvati or Gauri. A little more history on this day: The story revolves around Parvati being escorted by Lord Shiva from her parental home on the day of their marriage, following a grand farewell. As per ancient scriptures, Parvati had performed severe penance for days to...

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hindu, newyear -

The first day of the Hindu New Year, also known as Nav Samvatsar, is around the corner. For the uninitiated, it is celebrated on the Pratipada Tithi of the Shukla Paksha of the Chaitra lunar month. Every year, the month of Chaitra marks the beginning of the New Year (which falls in March or April as per the Gregorian calendar). Also known as Vikram Samvat, the Hindu New Year is celebrated in the month of March or April every year. The Hindu New Year for 2022 begins on 2nd April, also the first of the nine days of the Navratri...

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Holi -

Known as the festival of colours - Holi is a prominent Hindu festival. It is celebrated each year with zeal and enthusiasm in the month of March (the onset of the spring season) by the followers of the Hindu religion. As per the Hindu calendar, it is the month of Phagun when this festival is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil. The ones who celebrate this festival, wait for it every year eagerly to play with their near and dear ones with gulaal and enjoy delectable dishes.The festive spirit is all about celebrating happiness with family and...

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