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  • Things you should know about celebrating Nag Panchami

    Naga Panchami falls on the fifth day of the bright fortnight of the lunar day in the month of Shravan according to the Hindu calendar. Interestingly it is also termed as Garuda Panchami– as Garuda or the royal eagle is the natural enemy of the Snakes and serpents, worshiping Garuda on this day also grants […]

  • Psychological Analysis of Celebrating Nag Panchami

    Nag Panchami is an important festival among the Hindus in South Asia, especially in India and Nepal. It is celebrated by worshipping the snakes and is celebrated in the month of July. During the day, people fast a day prior to the festival, and also on the same day of the festival. They don’t eat […]

  • Lighting Diya and other oil lamp creates its own positive field of Energy

    Light is a very important aspect for our senses. It is the instrument for our vision. If our visions were like that of the owl, the light wouldn’t have been that valuable to us. We have electricity today, from which, we have been able to light our homes with electric bulbs and tubes. Yet, an […]

  • Things you should know about Devshayani or Harishayani Ekadsashi

    We Hindus being the polytheistic creatures we are, revere the Gods throughout the year. The importance of the holy trinity- Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva doesn’t need further disclosure as they are established as the creator, protector, and destroyer of the universe respectively. Shivaratri has established itself as an important day for the devotees of Lord […]

  • The Celebration of Winter Solstice – Makar Sankranti Festival

    One of the very rare occasions when the  Hindu festival falls on the same date in local calendars every year is Makkar Sankranti. It literally means the transition of the sun into the zodiacal sign of Makara (Capricorn) on its celestial path, Widely known as the Harvest festival, it is celebrated widely in India, Nepal, and […]

  • World’s Greatest Festivals to add to your Travel plans for rest of 2016

    Festivals probably rank high up in terms of happiness and ‘why we work so hard’. And honestly there are ample festivals in every country to keep locals occupied but why be satisfied if you can roam around the world and see what others are celebrating. Fireworks and crowd are everywhere but different. Here are 12 […]

  • Can you name the place where these famous festivals are celebrated?

    Have you been to any festival that is truly amazing and doesn’t happen to any other places? This short of festivals are out of question remains in our memory once we see and celebrate it. Let’s find out how is your memory about some of the famous festivals around the world. Please reload if quiz […]

  • Everything you need to Know About The Hindu festival Holi

    One of the most colorful and joyful of Hindu festivals – Holi is celebrated every year to say farewell to the winters and welcome spring by playing with colors. It is a festival of great significance celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March as per the Gregorian calendar. Legends […]