Somavar Vrat for suitable spouse

Somavar Vrat for suitable spouse

Monday or Somavar is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is said that Lord Shiva is easily pleased. Therefore many people…

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10 Quotes By Gautam Buddha On The Occasion of Buddha Purnima

10 Quotes By Gautam Buddha On The Occasion of Buddha Purnima

As Buddha Purnima is being widely celebrated today, the world is worshiping the ever calmed and peaceful Buddha who gave…

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Top 10 Quotes By Adi Shankaracharya On Auspicious Occasion Of Shankara Panchami

Top 10 Quotes By Adi Shankaracharya On Auspicious Occasion Of Shankara Panchami

On the occasion of Shakara jayanti today, we bring you some eternal quotes by the great scholar  Adi Shankaracharya or…

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Holy river Saraswati river is real

Holy river Saraswati river is real

The Saraswati River is one of the main rivers mentioned in the Rig Veda and later in Vedic and post-Vedic…

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Navratri Festival: Worshiping Of Goddess Shakti

Navratri Festival: Worshiping Of Goddess Shakti

Navratri festival is celebrated across India and Nepal to worship nine forms of Hindu Goddess Shakti on each of the…

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It’s Janmashtami celebration ferver everywhere

It’s Janmashtami celebration ferver everywhere

Ashtami rohini, birthday of Lord SriKrishna is being celebrated as the janmashtami, all over the world. The festival is celebrated…

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Raksha Bandhan: Festival To Celebrate Love Between Brothers And Sisters

Raksha Bandhan: Festival To Celebrate Love Between Brothers And Sisters

Raksha Bandhan is the festival occurs on full moon day or Purnima in Shravana month according to the Hindu mythology.…

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Nag Panchami: The Worshiping Of Serpent Gods

Nag Panchami: The Worshiping Of Serpent Gods

Nag Panchami is the festival, followed by Hindu Population in India and Nepal, where the people, especially women, worship snakes…

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Guru Purnima: Festival Of Gurus And Shishyas

Guru Purnima: Festival Of Gurus And Shishyas

Guru Purnima, is the full moon day in the month of Ashadha (June-July) and observed by the three major religions,…

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