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Festival and Puja Articles

This page includes information in relation with festival and Pooja, importance of each with regard to bringing peace and harmony in your life. You will be guided to religious rituals being integral part of divine worships and their relative benefits in the life of people.

Goddess Siddhidatri – Ninth Day Of Navratri

Goddess Siddhidatri – Ninth Day Of Navratri

For destroying the cruelty of evil demons on the earth and for the welfare of the whole of humanity, goddess Durga descended on earth as her ninth form of Sri Siddhidatri...

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Goddess Mahagauri – Eighth Day Of Navratri

Goddess Mahagauri – Eighth Day Of Navratri

When the incitement of demons was so much beyond the limit that even celestial beings were tortured by the evil asuras, gods gathered for finding a solution for this menace and a divine energ...

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Goddess Kaalratri – Seventh Day Of Navratri

Goddess Kaalratri – Seventh Day Of Navratri

For the protection of dharma and for the destruction of the demons, whenever sages and noblemen have prayed to the god, he has time and again incarnated on the earth as a divine power...

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Goddess Katyayani – Sixth Day of Navratri

Goddess Katyayani – Sixth Day of Navratri

Whenever the oppression of the demons starts dominating the earth, whenever sages, saints, and celestial beings get victimized with the torture of the demons, then there is certainly a divine incarnation of supreme energy for the...

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Goddess Skandamata – Fifth Day of Navratri

Goddess Skandamata – Fifth Day of Navratri

For the welfare of the entire world and for the betterment of the devatas, goddess Durga manifested nine different forms during the nine days of Navaratri. In this sequence, the incarnation of goddess Skandamata takes place...

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Goddess Kushmanda – Fourth Day of Navratri

Goddess Kushmanda – Fourth Day of Navratri

On this earth, devotees have been regularly blessed by the divine energy since time immemorial. Be it the order of creation, the evolution of living creates, fighting with the evil forces or the establishment of humanity and religion ...

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Goddess Chandraghanta – Third Day of Navratri

Goddess Chandraghanta – Third Day of Navratri

From the very ancient times, people in the great land of India have inspired to realize and witness the divine power of supreme god. A rich and refined culture is a witness that there have been many...

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Goddess Brahmacharini – Second Day of Navratri

Goddess Brahmacharini – Second Day of Navratri

The sacred land of India has time and again experienced divinity of gods and goddesses for the welfare of living beings since time immemorial. In this life which is dominated by Maya, individual experiences sorrow, grief, fear...

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Goddess Shailaputri – First Day of Navratri

Goddess Shailaputri – First Day of Navratri

Mother (Maa) Adi Shakti (Jagadamba) manifested for the betterment of the creation. Be it the slaying of cruel demons to save the celestial beings or removing pain, sorrow, agony, diseases, guilt...

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Sri Ram Navami 02nd April 2020

Sri Ram Navami 02nd April 2020

Maryada Purushottam Sri Rama was born in the city of Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) in the great land of India. Rāma janma kē hētu anēkaa. Ēka tē adhika ēka bada...

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Maha Shivratri Festival 11th March 2021

Maha Shivratri Festival 11th March 2021

Since the ancient times, India has a culture of conserving the values of human welfare. These values are full of universal brotherhood. The rich tradition of India believes in Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, which means that the...

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Vasant Panchami Or Saraswati Jayanti Festival 16 February 2021

Vasant Panchami Or Saraswati Jayanti Festival 16 February 2021

The glory of the immense love of the Indian land towards nature has been sung since the time immemorial in a form or another. Vasant Panchami is also an emblem of this love for nature.This festival is also known by names such ...

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Makar Sankranti Uttarayani Festival 14th January 2021

Makar Sankranti Uttarayani Festival 14th January 2021

Since ages, there has been a great tradition of festivals in India which are based on human welfare. In the same way, the festival of Makara Sankranti is celebrated throughout...

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