Maha Shivaratri Festival

Maha Shivaratri – 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....

Vasant Panchami: Embracing New Hope and Optimism of Life

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Vasant Panchami is a festival that highlights the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Vasant stands for spring, and Panchami stands for...
The Meaning of Om

The Meaning of ॐ (Om) by Swami Ram Swarupji

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Om is derived from three Hindi words, Aa, Uu, and Ma. Aa is for Aakaar from which three names of God can be built, Viraat,...
Baby Krishna With Yashoda

Ahoi Ashtami: Praying for the Well Being of Children

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Mothers fast for the well being of their children on Ahoi Ashtami festival, which falls on a week before Diwali. Mothers keep fast all...
Ganesh Chaturthi Special Recipe: Modak

Ganesh Chaturthi Special Recipe: Modak

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According to the Hindu mythology, modak is believed to be Ganesha's favorite food, and so one of his names is Modakapriya, someone who likes modak. As per...
The Story behind Lord Ganesha’s broken tusk

Ekdanta: The story behind Lord Ganesha’s broken tusk

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Ganesha is also called Ekdanta, Ek meaning one and danta meaning teeth. The story of this is attributed to Parashurama, one of Shiva's favorite...
108 Names of Lord Ganesha

Ashtottara Shatanamavali of Lord Ganesha: 108 Names of Ganesha

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The elephant headed deva Ganesh is lovingly worshiped and revered by millions of people worldwide. He is perhaps one of the most interesting deities...
Onam Festival Greetings

All About Onam

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Onam is the (mythical) homecoming of King Mahabali, who was once loved and respected for his just rule. Legend has it that despite being an...
Lord Rama

How to celebrate Shree Ram Navami?

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Ram Navami is celebrated to proclaim the birth of Lord Sriram, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The 9th day (Navami) in the bright...

Symbolism of Ganesha

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Ganesha — the elephant-deity riding a mouse — has become one of the commonest mnemonics for anything associated with Hinduism. This not only suggests...