• Rangoli designs
    Rangoli designs

    Rangoli is an art which precedes sculpture and painting. It is both an auspicious and a preliminary necessity in any religious ritual. It is a practice to draw Rangoli at the site of any auspicious religious ritual such as a holy festival, a religious festival, an auspicious function, ritualistic worship, a vowed religious observance, etc. In the ancient times it was a practice to sweep and sprinkle every doorstep with cowdung everyday and draw Rangoli.

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  • Diwali

    Diwali word has been derived from Deepavali which in turn is formed by dipa + avali (row). Hence, Diwali (Deepavali) is a line or a row of lamps.

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  • How to celebrate Dhanteras?
    How to celebrate Dhanteras?

    Dhanteras is very important for business men, who worship their treasuries on this day. According to the Ayurveda, the birthday of the Deity Dhanvantari falls on this day. Also to prevent untimely death, on Dhanatrayodashi, in the evening, thirteen oil lamps made of wheat flour are lit.

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  • How to celebrate Narak Chaturdashi?
    How to celebrate Narak Chaturdashi?

    A powerful demon called Bhoumasur or Narkasur formerly ruled a place named Pragjyotishpur. He began harassing both Deities and the people. When Shrikrushṇa heard about this, He attacked the demon, slayed him and set the princesses free.

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  • How to do Lakshmi puja?
    How to do Lakshmi puja?

    This day ‘Laxmi-panchayatan’ enters the Universe. On this day, worship of Goddess Lakshmī is done with the spiritual emotion (bhav) that She has provided us the wealth and in future too, She will give us the necessary wealth. In addition, Deity Kuber (treasurer of wealth) is also worshipped.

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  • How to celebrate the fourth Day of Diwali, Balipratipada?
    How to celebrate the fourth Day of Diwali, Balipratipada?

    Balipratipada falls on the 1st day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu lunar month Kartik. It is celebrated to symbolise Deity Vishnu’s conquest over the demon king, Bali.In a year, there are three and a half auspicious moments (muhurt); among them, Balipratipada is the half auspicious moments.

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