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Worshipping The Eternal Lord Hanuman on Hanuman Jayanti

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While there are innumerous Gods and Goddesses worshipped in Hinduism, Lord Hanuman is one of the most revered. He is the one who personifies devotion and embodies faith. His devotional and enthusiastic stories invoke massive vigour in the minds of his followers. He is the one who is more powerful and swifter than the wind, and has conquered all the senses, being the most supreme among all...

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Why is Lord Hanuman Worshipped on Saturday with Betel Leaf and Oil

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Hinduism is a religion where multiple Gods and Goddesses are worshipped by devotees in a number of ways on different dates and ‘Tithies’. Lord Hanuman is one deity that is worshipped popularly by the Hindus by a mass following all across the country. It is believed that one can be blessed with a pious life and can be relived from troubles if one worships Lord Hanuman with complete devotion....

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Importance of Gauri Puja or Gangaur Festival for Indian Women

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India has a rich union of diverse forms of traditions and festivals across all its states. Every region of the country follows different traditions. Today, we are going to speak about one of the most colourful and joyful celebrations followed in the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh – the Gangaur festival. Following the festival of Holi, the traditions of this festival are followed...

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Worshipping Goddess Saraswati to be Blessed with Education

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With schools all set to take up examinations of students in the month of March, children are all terrified and panicking. Parents are even more anxious and worried about their children’s examinations and education. This is the time when parents and children alike start praying all the more to God to help them with the papers. Speaking of education and prayers leads us to one very important deity...

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Where Should You Celebrate The Festival of Colours?

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Dhuleti (or Holi as it is commonly called) brings to mind the images of colours, water, water guns, water balloons, and buckets filled with water. It is considered the most colourful festival of India. However, looking deep into the culture of India, Holi is not only the festival of colours for people throughout the country. The festival is full of a multitude activities taking place in different...

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