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How Significant Is The Festival Of Gudi Padwa?

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One of the most auspicious dates of the Hindu calendar, Gudi Padwa is basically a Maharashtrian festival, where the natives consider this day to be the New Year Day, and very sudpicious for any new beginnings. The word ‘Padwa’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Padhavo’ meaning the brightest phase of the moon. The symbolic events of the Hindu calendar are marked as per the phase of the sun and...

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Why Is Gudi Padwa Celebrated?

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Although the standard calendar that we all follow comprises of twelve months, with January being the first month of every year, different religions and communities in India have their own distinct calendars. One such calendar is the Hindu calendar, wherein the New Year is believed to take place on the auspicious day of Gudi Padwa. This day marks the beginning of the New Lunisolar Year, and falls...

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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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Get Your Bhoomi Pujan Done in March 2017

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Planning on getting a construction done soon? May it be a house, office, or any other construction on a piece of land, having a Bhoomi Pujan done before starting any form of construction is of utmost importance for the Hindus. So, if you possess a land and want to start a construction sometime soon, you must be aware that you have only two auspicious dates waiting for you, or else you will have to...

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Ratha Saptami – Celebrating The Birthday Of The Sun God

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‘Ratha Saptami’ means the ‘seventh day of the chariot’. The chariot here is that of Lord Surya, the Sun God. This day falls on the seventh day of the bright half of the moon – Shukla Paksha – in the month of Magha of the Hindu calendar. It marks the birthday of Lord Surya, born to the sage Kashyapa and Aditi, thus being celebrated as ‘Surya Jayanti’ too. It falls on 3rdFebruary this year.



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