Holi the festival of colors and joy

Aayi Re Aayi Holi – Celebrating the Colors of Life

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Holi is the festival of colors, joy, happiness and full of fun and laughter. In Hinduism, Holi (also called Holaka or Phagwa), an annual festival...
Maha Shivaratri Festival

MahaShivratri – Celebrating Lord Shiva

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Mahashivartri celebrates the Lord of the lords, the mightiest of all Gods - Shiva. ‘We conceive God as glory, as creativity and as austerity....

All About Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

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The Maha Mrityunjaya is a mantra that is said to rejuvenate, bestow health, wealth, a long life, peace, prosperity and contentment. The Mantra is...
Party with Sadhguru on the Night of Mahashivratri

Party with Sadhguru on the Night of Mahashivratri on 11th March

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Party with Sadhguru on the Night of Mahashivratri Join the party with the Divine via Livestream on Thursday, March 11, 7 p.m. - 7:30...
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Hindu Places of Worship in Indonesia

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Indonesia is a country that embraces the all the different religions. Officially, there are 6 religions that is officially recognized by the country which...
diwali festival

Calendar of Hindu Festivals and Religious Occasions in 2021

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Hinduism, the world's third largest religion with more than a billion followers, is believed to be one of the world's oldest organized religions. Hinduism has...

Makar Sankranti: The Great Indian Festival of Kite-Flying, Feasts, Dancing and...

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Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Bihu, Lohri there are so many different names this festival is known as, but celebrated on one special date January 14! Marking...
7-Healthy-and-Delicious-Diwali-Recipes

7 Healthy & Delicious Diwali Recipes

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Diwali is the time of the year for everyone to feast on delicious and indulgent food. Sometimes, many people would forget the amount of...

Bhai Dooj Celebrating Sibling Love and Friendship

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There are two festivals in the Indian calendar which celebrate the beautiful bond between brother and sister. The first is Raksha Bandhan and the...

Celebrating Dhanteras Festival

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DhanTeras falls on the thirteenth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Kartik (October-November), i.e. two days before Diwali. The word "Dhan"...

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