Maha Shivarathri and Its Significance

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Feb 23 2017 Comments
The festivity of Mahashivaratri is one of the most important festivals for millions of devotees of Lord Shiva. The festival signifies a lot according to Hindu Mythology. This auspicious day is considered as the wedding anniversary of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. It is said that the devotee who performs earnest worship of Lord Shiva on this auspicious day of Shivratri is exonerated of sins and attains moksha.

Rose Day: Significance of Each Rose Color

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Feb 6 2017 Comments

Rose day is the part of Valentine’s week which falls of February 7th each year.  This is the first day of Valentine’s week and celebrated with complete zeal and enthusiasm throughout the world. There are wide verities of roses with different color. Each color of rose has its own significance and meaning. Typically, roses help a lover to express their inner feelings symbolizing love, passion and affection towards each other. It’s very important to understand the right meaning of each rose color and gift the right rose accordingly.  Choose the right rose now!

Rathasapthami and Its Importance

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Feb 3 2017 Comments

Rathasapthami is an auspicious festival celebrated by Hindus and it is devoted to Lord Suryanarayana. During this time Surya or Sun moves from the southeast toward the northeast. We adore Lord Suryanarayana for better wellbeing and prosperity. Rathasapthami is festival which symbolizes the change of season to spring and begin the harvesting season. For most of the Indian farmers, it is a favorable start of the New harvesting Year. 

Celebration of Vasanth Panchami in India

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Feb 1 2017 Comments

Vasanth Panchami also known as Basanth Panchami  is a Hindu festival which is celebrated to welcome “Spring” season. This festival is celebrated during Magh maas, which falls between the months of January and February according to Gregorian calendar. This festival is celebrated across India. This year, the festival falls on 1st of February 2017.

All about Celebration of Diwali & Its Significance

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Oct 26 2016 Comments
Diwali or Deepavali, the festival of lights which is one of the major Hindu festivals is celebrated in all the parts of India during the month of October or November. This year Diwali falls on Sunday, October 30th, 2016. Celebration of Diwali includes millions of lights shining in the sky, deepams lighted outside doors and windows. The festival excitement and rituals usually extend over five days, but the main festival night of Diwali corresponds with the darkest, new moon night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika.

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  • Maha Shivarathri and Its Significance

    The festivity of Mahashivaratri is one of the most important festivals for millions of devotees of Lord Shiva. The festival signifies a lot according to Hindu Mythology. This auspicious day is considered as the wedding anniversary of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. It is said that the devotee who performs earnest worship of Lord Shiva on this auspicious day of Shivratri is exonerated of sins and attains moksha.

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    Feb 23 2017
  • Rose Day: Significance of Each Rose Color

    Rose day is the part of Valentine’s week which falls of February 7th each year.  This is the first day of Valentine’s week and celebrated with complete zeal and enthusiasm throughout the world. There are wide verities of roses with different color. Each color of rose has its own significance and meaning. Typically, roses help a lover to express their inner feelings symbolizing love, passion and affection towards each other. It’s very important to understand the right meaning of each rose color and gift the right rose accordingly.  Choose the right rose now!

    editor

    Feb 6 2017
  • Rathasapthami and Its Importance

    Rathasapthami is an auspicious festival celebrated by Hindus and it is devoted to Lord Suryanarayana. During this time Surya or Sun moves from the southeast toward the northeast. We adore Lord Suryanarayana for better wellbeing and prosperity. Rathasapthami is festival which symbolizes the change of season to spring and begin the harvesting season. For most of the Indian farmers, it is a favorable start of the New harvesting Year. 

    editor

    Feb 3 2017
  • Celebration of Vasanth Panchami in India

    Vasanth Panchami also known as Basanth Panchami  is a Hindu festival which is celebrated to welcome “Spring” season. This festival is celebrated during Magh maas, which falls between the months of January and February according to Gregorian calendar. This festival is celebrated across India. This year, the festival falls on 1st of February 2017.

    editor

    Feb 1 2017