• Vasant Panchami
    Vasant Panchami

    Vasant (Spring) is the king of all seasons and arrival of this season can be sensed from the day of Vasant Panchami. It is also considered to be the day of birth of Goddess Saraswati and Goddess Lakshmi. Let us learn the history and significance of celebrating this festival.

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  • Makar Sankranti Festival
    Makar Sankranti Festival

    Makar Sankranti Index Tithi of Makar Sankranti History of Makar Sankranti Information about Makar Sankranti Importance of Makar Sankranti Methods of  celebration of Makar Sankranti – Haldi-kumkum ceremony Culture & festivities   Tithi of Makar Sankranti Makar Sankranti festival, unlike other Hindu festivals, is not dependent on the position of the moon, but on position…

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  • Yamatarpan

    The ritual of Yamatarpan has been recommended to avert untimely death. In this ritual tarpan is performed after reciting the following fourteen Names: 1. Yama, 2. Dharmaraja, 3. Mrutyu, 4. Antaka, 5. Vaivasvat, 6. Kala, 7. Sarvabhutakshayakara, 8. Audumbara, 9. Dadhna, 10. Nil, 11. Parameshthina, 12. Vrukodara, 13. Chitra, 14. Chitragupta.

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  • How to Worship Shri Saraswati Devi
    How to Worship Shri Saraswati Devi

    There are several ways to worship Shri Saraswatidevi. But since She is a deity of knowledge, mere outward rituals are not sufficient to attract Her benevolence. To know how to worship Her, it is absolutely necessary to understand Her Swaroop (subtle appearance of Her idol) by getting to know the Science underlying Shri Saraswatidevi’s Idol.

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  • Science underlying the Idol of Shri Saraswati Devi
    Science underlying the Idol of Shri Saraswati Devi

    Being the Deity of Divine Knowledge and Art, Shri Saraswatidevi’s form is unique. This article explains the profound spiritual science behind the components of Her idol. By understanding Shri Saraswatidevi’s functions in the subtle and gross realms, and which qualities to develop to attain Her Grace.

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  • Saraswatilok– The abode of Shri Saraswati Devi
    Saraswatilok– The abode of Shri Saraswati Devi

    Saraswatilok is a sub-region of the Brahmalok. Both the tarakand marak forms of ShriSaraswatidevi are in the Sagunlok of Brahmalok. Saraswatilok primarily consists of white light. There are waterfalls and white lotuses everywhere. ShriSaraswatidevi’s palace is in the centre of Saraswatilok.

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  • Performing Garba
    Performing Garba

    According to Hinduism, performing ‘Garba’ means singing devotional hymns praising the Goddess with rhythmic clapping. Singing devotional hymns means awakening Shri Durga Devi from Her meditation through the medium of the manifest spiritual practice of rhythmic clapping.

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