Eight Day of Navarathri – Maha Gowri


Oct 6 2016 Comments
The eight day is devoted to the Mata Rani or 'Maha Gowri’ speaking to smoothness and shows knowledge. She is adored on the eighth day of Navaratri. Her energy is unfailing and in a flash productive. As a consequence of her love, all wrongdoings of past, present and future escape and lovers get cleaned in all parts of life. Maha Gowri is clever, quiet and quiet.

Dasara Celebration in Various parts of India


Sep 27 2016 Comments

Dasara is a widely celebrated festival of India and is commonly known as Vijayadashmi. The enthusiastic and vibrant festivities of Dasara are celebrated in different ways across India based on the various regional and cultural legends attached with it, since India is a magical land of diversities.

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