Magha Purnima 2019 Significance of Magha Purnima

Magha Purnima 2019 will be celebrated on February 19 this year. It is an auspicious day in the Hindu calendar, It holds a belief that taking bath in the holy river of Ganga on this day will get rid a person of all their past sins and also fulfil their wishes. The Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019 is ongoing at Prayagraj and on Magh Purnima there is a Shahi Snan. Religious texts describe the day of Maghi Purnima with austerity and there is specific importance to taking a dip in the holy waters. The day of Magha Purnima is also called ...

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5 Amazing Facts of Spiritual Enlightenment According to Bhagavad Gita

Bhagavad Gita and Self Realization.. The Bhagavad Gita is a sacred text. It is being referred to answer arrange and has been composed with the express aim to enable the individuals who to peruse it to appreciate the essential inquiries of our being. Those that read the Gita see some of its noteworthiness however battle to comprehend its total significance. Glorious Darshan to Arjuna Shree Krishna appeared to Arjuna a savage and an extremely loathsome scene; he indicated Arjuna an immense picture wherein everybody is dead. After seeing this, Arjuna was shaken up, however as he comprehended everything, he wound ...

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Understand the love of Radha & Krishna!

Comprehend the adoration for Radha and Krishna? … nobody on this planet can comprehend the adoration between Radha and Krishna … the individuals who say that adoration between Radha and Krishna is substantial love are dolts and they are influencing themselves as well as other people to trick … they are absolutely in dim and it is their puerile numbness … when they will come to know the real reality they will atone on their screw up botch. Indeed, even the littlest supporter or aficionado of Krishna does not do substantial love … since he comes to realize that substantial ...

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Reason why Lord Rama asked Sita to go through Agni Pariksha?

 Popular Hindu legendary legend, Ramayana; and may know about the featured occasions, for example, Rama’s introduction to the world, Rama-Laxman-Sita’s outcast, Sita’s kidnapping, Ram-Ravana war, and so forth.The first Ramayana by Valmiki is composed as lovely verse (shlokas), portraying the life of incredible sovereign of Ayodhya, Lord Rama. It is trusted that the sacred text was composed in light of data gave by Rama’s better half Sita, amid her expulsion from Ayodhya.The data (Sanskrit writings) was interpreted later in Hindi and different dialects, with an intend to spread the perfect esteems, ethics of Treta Yuga in the midst of humankind. ...

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Special pujas performed to Lord Shiva on the occasion of beginning Karthika Masam

Special pujas were performed to Lord Siva at all Saiva temple across the district. Ekadasa Rudrabhishekams,Laksha Bilwarchana performing in the auspicious day beginning of Karthika Masam on Thursday. Shiva temple were decorated. A large number of devotees were Amareswara Swamy temple at Amaravati and performed abhishekams to Lord Siva seeking his blessings. Similarly, thousands of devotees visited Sri Trikoteswara Swamy temple at Kotappakonda on the occasion of first day Karthika Masam. Devastanam authorities performed special pujas and abishekams to the presiding deity Trikoteswara Swamy since wee hours of Thursday. A large number of devotees visited the temple and broke coconuts ...

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Naraka Chaturdashi Importance and Significance..!!

narak chaturdashi importance and significance

Choti Diwali is celebrated a day before the grand Diwali celebrations. It marks the second day of the five-day long Diwali festival which is also called as Panch Maha Parva. It begins on Dhanteras and ends with Bhai Dooj. Choti Diwali is also called as Narak Chaturdashi, Narak Chaudas or even Kali Chaturdashi. Apart from the traditions and rituals, Choti Diwali is a festival full of fun and enjoyment. Decked up in traditional outfits, people celebrate the festival with a lot of enthusiasm and joy. The biggest festival of the year is marked by lighting diyas and fireworks, making rangolis, ...

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All You Need to Know About Dhanteras or Dhanathrayodashi

typical diwali celebration or puja in india with diya

Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi marks the first day of the Diwali festivities. The day is believed to be dedicated to Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi – The Gods of wealth. Special prayers are offered on Dhanteras in the hope that the God of Wealth greets their household and showers them with prosperity.Celebrations for Dhanteras begin with cleaning-up of homes in preparation for Diwali. People often buy new items at home including plants, lights or even idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Parvati. Gold is often believed to be a symbol of Dhanteras. People often buy articles made of gold or silver. ...

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How to get Blessings of Lord Krishna?

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There are so many subject matters in this world. There is poetry, music, news, and so many things to discuss and hear everywhere. But one who focuses attention on hearing the glories of the lord and really has that eagerness to hear, that taste is an expression of love. Krishna reciprocates by saying that the lord removes the ‘anarthas’ from within and reveals Himself. One develops this eagerness to hear about Krishna by serving not only the lord, but also by serving great souls, who have taken shelter in Krishna. This means, “The service attitude that we cultivate is the ...

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Diwali Significance and Importance

diwali importance and significance

Diwali is one of the famous festivals in India and preparations for it begin from days in advance. It is almost ritualistic to clean rooms, offices during the festival as well as adorn them with lights. The five-day celebrations begin with a lot of fanfare. Often considered one of the biggest festivals in India, Diwali is celebrated with a lot of gusto and fanfare. Commonly known as the festival of light, the festival indicates the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil. It falls on the day of ‘amavasya’ or new moon. .  Preparations for the festival begin ...

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Lord Rama be role model for rulers!

We look up to Sri Rama as an ideal human being and an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Why did HE send Sita Devi into the forests when she was pregnant, a woman who believed in HIM to take care of her for her entire life? Is it fair that he reacts so much to a mere comment from a single person in his kingdom? Is it fair that Sri Rama sent Sita Devi away into forests? Sri Rama is a Chakravarthi, a ruler. A ruler’s duty does not begin and end at a specific point in a day. His primary ...

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