Diwali the festival of lights and it is one of the most important festivals in Inda. 10 points related to the significance of Diwali will help you to understand why Diwali is so important why it is celebrated in India with so much of enthusiasm. Diwali is an old festival that has been celebrated in […]
As the Diwali weekend is approaching fast we thought that we will give a quick list of auspicious times when you can do the pujas and do material activities such as buying gold etc. These if followed will ensure that there is prosperity in your house and your coming year goes really well. This article […]
Diwali or the festival of lights is one of the popular festivals celebrated across the length and breadth of India. It is coming on 3rd November in this year namely 2013.
We have already discussed about the Bengali Laksmi puja that is done after the Navratri festivals also known as the Kojagari Laksmi puja vrat katha.
There are many customs and traditions which are prevalent since times immemorial. Specifically in the Hindu culture there is a long list of ceremonies which begin with birth right upto the last rites of the person
Although all religions are equal but man has created barrier so much so that we sometimes find odd to enter the holy places of other religions. For example a non-Muslim might think he has no idea about Islamic Prayer times or practices or how to pray inside a Mosque.
Traditions are like lessons that we are taught by our elders and we follow them without any questions. Some of us do want to know what these traditions are meant for. One such tradition that is being following in the Orient especially in countries like India
Christianity is one of the oldest religions of the world. There is a unique concept that is recognized amongst the Catholic Christians. The English word confession is derived from the Latin word ‘confiteor’ meaning to acknowledge a sin or a fault.
We all are aware of the English calendar months that start from January and ends in December. However, there is a Hindu calendar that has a different beginning and end. These months are also twelve in number.
Do you know that the use of coconut as offering in prayers was to save human beings from getting slaughtered? Why do you think is the coconut offered in prayers in Puja rituals?