Devi Laxmi – The Goddess of Wealth and Fortune

Devi Laxmi – The Goddess of Wealth and Fortune

Devi Laxmi worshipped by Millions of devotees across the world on Friday for wealth, good luck and happiness. As per Hindu mythology, Laxmi Devi is the consort of Lord Vishnu. Legend has it that the divine Goddess emerged from the cosmic ocean when the Devas and Asuras churned it for obtaining Amrit. After emerging from the ocean, …

Success Of Your Business With Lakshmi Ganesh Puja

Success Of Your Business With Lakshmi Ganesh Puja

Risk is an important factor of start-up businesses. If you want to evade that and get Success from your business then seek the blessings of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi. Prior to any venture, Ganesh Lakshmi Puja is mandatory to determine the success of the business. If you want to improve your existing business or want to …

Khatu Shyam ji Importance in Karthika Month

Khatu Shyam ji Importance in Karthika Month

Khatu Shyam ji Temple is located in Rajasthan, India. The Temple is dedicated to Khatu Shyam, the other name of Barbarika, the son of Ghatotkacha and Kamkantkata Ma Morwi. Ghatotkacha is the son of Bheema, the second of the Pandava brothers. Barbarika was named so as his hair resembled a lion’s mane at the time …

Chhath Puja And Its Relevance In Contemporary Society

Chhath Puja And Its Relevance In Contemporary Society

Chhath Puja is an important festival in northern India and is celebrated all throughout in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand and even in Nepal. It is the most important festival in this region. The celebrations are dedicated to Chhathi Maiya Goddess, the sister of the sun god or Surya Dev. She is a Goddess according …

Diwali Marks Good Over Evil With Grandeur Of Lighting

Diwali Marks Good Over Evil With Grandeur Of Lighting

Diwali Defined as an ancient Hindu festival, Diwali is mostly celebrated during Autumn or Spring. It is lovingly known as “festival of lights”, which signifies victory of light over the cluster of darkness. This festivity primarily takes place for five days, but the primary day coincide with Lunar month of Kartika. Just before the D-day, …

Shubh Diwali What’s Your Diwali Food?

Shubh Diwali What’s Your Diwali Food?

Shubh Diwali – The festival of lights, “Diwali” – celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs has become increasingly popular even in countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore where the festive fare reflects local traditions.Though we are risiding in the Indian subcontinent most of us are unfamiliar with common Diwali foods. So through this post, we …

A 5 Day Festival To Celebrate Diwali

A 5 Day Festival To Celebrate Diwali

On all these 5 days we can observe all Temples-to- Households-to-Commercial complexes got illuminated with hundreds of Diyas (Deepam) and can see devotees offering various preparations of food to the Deity. Diwali ceremony is observed to be celebrated for the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after 14 years of his exile. Dhanteras – 1st …

Gain Wealth And Prosperity With Lakshmi Kubera Puja

Gain Wealth And Prosperity With Lakshmi Kubera Puja

Kuber Puja is responsible for gaining prosperity and wealth. This puja helps in fast recovery of debts, gratify deity of prosperity and wealth. Laxmi is the goddess of prosperity, wisdom, wealth, fertility, courage, generosity and represents charm, grace and beauty. As per Veda, it protects devotees from wealth-related sorrows and misery and you will find …

Most Auspicious Day for Worshiping Lord Vishnu & Lord Brihaspati

Most Auspicious Day for Worshiping Lord Vishnu & Lord Brihaspati

Thursday is also known as Vrihaspativar, Brihaspativar or Guruvar as it is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Brihaspati (Planet Jupiter), the Guru of all Devas. People observe a fast on Thursday with a belief that they would be blessed with happiness, success and prosperity. Yellow is the most auspicious color for Thursday; hence, people …

Significance Of Fasting In Hinduism

Significance Of Fasting In Hinduism

Fasting has a vital role in Hinduism. It is a time of self discipline when a person does not eat or drink water for a stipulated period of time.Fasting in Hinduism varies from occasion to occasion and so are the fasting rituals. Looking in a broader way, fasting has both spiritual and scientific significance and …

Celebrate The Festival Of Dussehra With Great Pomp And Splendor

Celebrate The Festival Of Dussehra With Great Pomp And Splendor

Dussehra is one such Hindu festival, celebrated with great fervor and grandeur all over the country. The festival marks the victory of the good over the forces of the evil. But that is not all. The inherent connotation of the festival indicates the triumph of the positive forces over the negative forces as well as …

Shri Krishna Janmashtami Birthday of Lord Krishna

Shri Krishna Janmashtami Birthday of Lord Krishna

Free Your Soul To Meet The Eternity Worship Lord Krishna Lord Krishna is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu and the central character of the epic Mahabharata. His maternal uncle imprisoned her sister and killed her seven babies as the eighth one will be his destructor; however the king failed to kill the eighth baby …