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    Diwali Shubh Muhurat Timings for Lakshmi Puja Best Time to Worship on Deepavali

    Are you looking for the best shubh muhurat for Diwali Lakshmi Pooja in 2016 then you reached on the right land because here on this page we are going to share best shubh muhurat for diwali and best timings for goddess lakshmi pooja on the auspicious day of Diwali. This year diwali falls on 30th  October 2016 and below is the best timings for diwali puja. Below in the post we have shared the “Pradosh Kaal Muhurat” , “Choghadiya Puja Muhurat” & “Mahanishita Kaal Muhurat” as different people do pooja in different situation Pradosh Kaal Muhurat is the best muhurat for the common man to worship goddess lakshmi instead of…

  • Happy Dussehra
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    Dussehra

    Dussehra is a festival celebrated in the Northern part of India which is marked on the tenth day from Navratri. According to mythology, Bhagwan Shri Ram along with his brother Shri Laxman and wife Sita Devi went into exile for 14 years.  She was abducted by Ravana, and she was kept at Ashok Vatika for a long time. When Shri Ram arrived at Lanka, there took a fierce battle thereby defeating the mighty demon King Ravana.  Ravana is considered as an evil force and Shri Ram the authority of God. Dussehra is celebrating the figure of Ravana which signifies the win of good over evil. Dussehra is a national holiday…

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    Lakshmi Puja

    Lakshmi Puja is popularly celebrated everywhere in the country after Durga Puja. It comes on Sharat Purnima. Lakshmi Devi is the Goddess of prosperity and wealth. She is worshipped by ladies of the house. According to mythology, Goddess Lakshmi is the wife of Lord Narayana, who was told to embark the earth as devotees wish to worship her. She is said to arrive for a day when the devotees try to please her to seek her blessings. She is worshipped with lotus, coin, dhup, dhuna, flowers, and Chandan. Hindu ladies perform a special Lakshmi Puja on every Thursdays. This is regarded as the Vrat, and any person who fulfills this…

  • Kannada Rajyotsava
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    Kannada Rajyotsava

    Kannada Rajyotsav is the festival celebrated on 1st November in Karnataka. On this day at 1956, all Kannada speaking language people gathered to emerge a different State called Karnataka. The Karnataka flag is hoisted by the Chief Minister of the State, and this is accompanied by concerts, orchestra, and cultural program. The day is celebrated with great vigor, pomp, and grandeur all around the State.  They hoist a flag and sing the national anthem.  People irrespective of all religion, caste, and creed sing the national anthem and pay respect to the State. This historic decision was taken by Devaraj Asaru, the then Chief Minister of Karnataka in 1973 when Karnataka…

  • Happy Holi
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    Holi

    India is known to be the home of diverse culture and religion. Center to the diverse and rich Indian heritage are the various festivals celebrated by people in different regions of the country. One such festival is Holi or also known as the “festival of colors.”The festival is celebrated on the day after the full moon day which is known as Phalguna as per the Hindu calendar. In ancient times, Holi was celebrated to mark the arrival of the spring season as an agricultural festival. Today Holi is celebrated over a span of two days and marks the triumph of good over evil. The festival has a deep religious significance…

  • Happy Ugadi
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    Ugadi

    Derived from the words “Yuga” which means age and “Adi” which means thebeginning of a new age, the festival of Ugadi is celebrated as the New Year’s Day by the Hindus in the regions of Karnataka, Telangana, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh. It is generally celebrated in the month of March to April and is known by different names in different parts of the country.For example, Ugadi is known as Yugadi in Karnataka and Gudi Padwa in the state of Maharashtra. Not only in India, this day is also celebrated by the Hindus of Bali and Indonesia as “Nyepi.” As legend has it, it was on this day that the creator…

  • Diwali
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    Diwali

    Diwali or Dipawali as it is popularly called is the festival of lights. It’s the main festival for Hindus. According to mythology, Ramchandra returned from exile with his wife Sita Devi and brother Lakshman when the subjects of Ayodhya greeted them with great pomp and grandeur.  They decorated their houses and the town with ghee lit lamps. They burst crackers to welcome the future king of Ayodhya. India celebrates Diwali, and there is the different attraction like crackers and fireworks. In fact, there are various lighting chains which are bought by people to decorate their houses. Diverse business in India is centered around Diwali. FMCG, consumer goods, and advertising industry…

  • Durga Puja
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    Durga Puja

    Durga Puja is not only the main festival of the Bengalees but its significance can be witnessed in every part of the country. Celebrated during the ‘Sharat kaal,’ this is regarded as the foremost festival in Bengal and is also gaining popularity in different parts of the country. According to mythology, Asuras attacked heaven and disturbed the life of Indra and his allies. The Asuras were indomitable and started to gain victory on anything.  Mahisashura, who became victorious by the boon of Mahadeva began to conquer Swarg, the domicile of Indra and other Gods. Now, Indra and other Gods being scared by the flare of Mahisashura fled Swarg and came…

  • Happy Narak Chaturdashi
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    Narak Chaturdashi

    NarakChaturdashi is also known as Kali Chaudas. This is celebrated on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha (new moon day).Mythology says that Kaali killed Narakasura(ademon). In fact, this day is celebrated to worship the defeat of the evil spirit. Goddess Kali is said to end all evil spirits with her kharga (weapon).  Another theory states that when Ramchandra returned from his exile, the day before was celebrated with great pomp and people lit lights ( diyas)  in their houses. This day is also known as Choti Diwali.   It’s believed that the arrival of Shri Ram brought an end to all darkness. That’s why this day is called NarakChaturdashi means when…

  • Happy Vishwakarma Puja
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    Vishwakarma Puja Day

    Vishwakarma Deva is regarded the divine God for all works. He is the holy engineer who knows how to manage any demanding job.  Vishwakarma Puja is done in all factories where there is the use of the machine. Nowadays, Vishwakarma puja day is celebrated in companies and also manufacturing units.  Weavers, artisans, craftsmen, small-scale engineers all celebrate Vishwakarma puja day in their workplace. However, with the blessings of the Divine engineer, they want to proceed in life and go ahead in career.  On the day of Vishwakarma puja, the priest performs Havana and puja with necessary ingredients like ghee, earth, Chandan, flowers, and machinery. According to mythology, Vishwakarma was called…