India is known for numerous festivals and one such festival that is celebrated all across the country is the Karwa hauth festival. We will now discuss the same in more details. For those who do not know about the Karwa Chauth festival, it is a pooja that is done by married women for a long […]
Diwali the festivals of light is celebrated in all parts of the country. Considering the cultural diversity of our very country you will be amazed to know that it is celebrated in different parts of the country in different styles. Each region has their unique significance and rituals associated with this festival. In this article […]
Today as the world celebrates the birth of the pujari of Ahimsa or non-violence, we are putting up a post written by a dedicated yoga teacher on this equally interesting aspect of yoga. Normally most of us associate the term yoga with physical asanas, which are of course an important and integral part of yoga, […]
Muharram is an important festival of Islamic religion which is observed across the globe. It is basically the first month of the Islamic calendar. We will now discuss in details all about the festival and its significance. Fasting During Muharram The Muslims fast during the Muharram festival as it is considered to be a very […]
We are reposting this article on the pious occasion of the Birth Anniversary of Sri Sri Lahiri Mahasaya Ji, who was second in the lineage of Gurus who spread Kriya Yoga in the modern era, a science which was lost from popular culture after its ancient glory. Kriya Yoga techniques refer to a set of […]
Kumari pujan was started in West Bengal by Ramkrishna Paramhansa. It is done on eighth or the ninth day of Navratras. In this article we discuss the significance of the kumari puja also known as kanjak puja and its relevance in the modern times.
Apart from several other occasions described previously in our articles such as Sri Laxmi Pooja, there is a major occasion when the feminine aspect of Divinity is worshiped with full devotion in nine different forms, hence the term Navratri as Nav means Nine in Hindi language. Navratri vrat vidhi is a custom that many people […]
In this post we will see both the reasons for celebrating pitru pakshas or shraddhs, from ancient perspective as well in context of its relevance and significance in modern day society.
Festive seasons are starting soon and it is a tradition of specifically workship different Gods and Goddesses on this occasion. For example we carried an article on Laxmi Poojan Mantras as well as another one related to Diwali Pooja vidhi. As Ganesh Chaturthi is nearing in 2017 and falls on 25th August
This is strange paradox of spirituality and religion since times old Lord Krishna, the messenger of love and peace – giving advice so bold Peace has to be bought at whatever cost, for there is nothing better War has to be avoided at all costs, forget its spellings even its letter Yet the same Kisna guides […]