Maa Saraswati – Goddess Symbolizes Knowledge

Maa Saraswati – Goddess Symbolizes Knowledge

Maa Saraswati refers to the Hindu Goddess of music, knowledge and creativity. She is the repository of the creative intelligence of Brahma. She is also called Vak Devi, known as the Goddess of Speech. As per the Hindu traditions, all types of art begin with the Goddess. Her mount is represented as a swan. Worshipping …

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple is one of the sacred temples of the Hindu god Hanuman in the city of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is situated by the Assi river on near to the Durga and the New Vishwanath temple within the Banaras Hindu University campus. Sankat Mochan in Hindi means reliever from troubles. The …

Hanuman Jayanti, birth day of Pavanputra Hanuman

Hanuman Jayanti, birth day of Pavanputra Hanuman

Hanuman Jayanti 2021 is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Pavanputra Hanuman Ji. It is celebrated on the 15th day of the month of Chaitra according to Hindu Calender. People start gathering in Temples from early morning itself on this auspicious day of the birth of Lord Hanuman to offer their prayers. Lord Hanuman is …

Shri Batuk Bhairav Temple – Varanasi

Shri Batuk Bhairav Temple – Varanasi

Shri Batuk Bhairav Temple Varanasi is one of the relgious temple in india. Lord Bhairav is an fierce incarnation of Lord Shiva.The Bal Rup(cradle)of Lord Kala Bhairava is known as Batuk Bhairav. Vigyan Bhairav or Bhairav Tantra text defines Bhairav as Bhaya sarvan ravayati sarvado -vyapako khileIti bhairavo shbdasya santatocharacchivah. The origin of Bhairava can …

Nithya puja (Daily Puja at Home Vidhi)

Nithya puja (Daily Puja at Home Vidhi)

Nithya Puja or everyday puja In the Hindu Culture is considered as the most straightforward approach to passion our tribute to the incomparable god for offering us with this life and satisfying every one by fulfilling our desires in view of our Karmas. It is a modest method to ship our appreciation to the ruler …

Shree Ballaleshwar Temple (Ashtavinayak)

Shree Ballaleshwar Temple (Ashtavinayak)

Shree Ballaleshwar Temple : Ballaleshwar “Ballal’s Lord” temple is one of the eight temples of Lord Ganesha. Among Ganesha temples, Ballaleshwar is the only incarnation of Ganesha that is known by his devotee’s name. It is located in the village of Pali which is at a distance of 30 km from Karjat in the Raigad …

Sri Rama Navmi: The festival of Kausalya Rama and Kalyana Rama

Sri Rama Navmi: The festival of Kausalya Rama and Kalyana Rama

Sri Rama Navmi : “Rama”, the one name that is an intrinsic part of our lives right from infancy to the final journey! We have been put to sleep as infants with “Rama Laali/Jo Jo Rama”, blessings from elders have been worded as “Sri Rama Raksha” and we bid god-speed to the departed souls with …

Keesaragutta Temple – Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple,Keesara

Keesaragutta Temple – Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple,Keesara

Keesaragutta Temple : Keesaragutta is a small village which is 30-40 kilometers from Hyderabad in the state of Telangana. It is the mandal headquarters of Shamirpet in Keesara revenue division. Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Siva and his consorts Bhavani and Sivadurga. About the Temple: The temple at Keesaragutta is known as …

Shree Varad Vinayak Temple (Ashtavinayak)

Shree Varad Vinayak Temple (Ashtavinayak)

Shree Varad Vinayak Temple : The idol of Shree Varad Vinayak Temple (Ashtavinayak) Varada Vinayak is a swayambu (self-originated) and was found in the adjoining lake in an immersed position in 1690 AD. This temple is said to be built in 1725 AD by Subhedar Ramji Mahadev Biwalkar. The temple premises are on one side …

Matsya Jayanti: The appearance of the goldfish

Matsya Jayanti: The appearance of the goldfish

Matsya Jayanti : Is it easy for you to believe that the tiny goldfish which is liked by children and grown-ups too can swim for 432 years? Impossible, isn’t it? The average life span of a goldfish is somewhere between 10 and 20 years. The distance traversed by a goldfish during such a short duration …

Gudi Padwa: Navina Varsa (New Year) of Maharashtra

Gudi Padwa: Navina Varsa (New Year) of Maharashtra

Gudi Padwa 2021 : “Maharashtra hai maha maha” is a very catchy line from an advertisement released by Incredible India to promote Maharashtra tourism. True to its name, this maha state celebrates festivals with much pomp and gaiety. With so much of splendour and fun surrounding the festivals, Marathi New Year has to be a …

Ugadi: The traditional New Year, Telugu and Kannada style

Ugadi: The traditional New Year, Telugu and Kannada style

Ugadi festival 2021 : The Kannada/Telugu new year is celebrated on Padyami (first day) of Shukla paksha (waxing phase of the moon) in the month of Chaitra. We call this day as Ugadi and Yugadi in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka respectively, wherein, yuga refers to a year and adi refers to beginning. Thus, Ugadi/Yugadi marks …