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Celebrate The Pious Gayatri Jayanti With MakeMyPuja

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Gayatri Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Goddess Gayatri – the Goddess of the Vedas. Goddess Gayatri is known by various names like Veda Mata, Dev Mata, and Vishwa Mata. She is worshipped as one of the goddesses of the Trimurti; and is considered as the mother of all Gods and embodiment of Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Lakshmi, and Goddess Parvati. She is seen to have five heads – four considered...

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Significance of Ganga Dussehra

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The River Ganga is considered as the holiest and most sacred river by Hindus all across the globe. Ganga Dussehra signifies the descent of this holy river on Earth, which is celebrated every year on the 10thday of Shukla Paksha in the Jyeshtha month as per the Hindu calendar. This year, this auspicious day is to fall on 3rd June 2017. The day is also known as Ganga Avataran, meaning the arrival of...

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Why Should you Worship Goddess Saraswati

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Goddess Saraswati is the Goddess of learning. Her blessings are vital for everyone who wishes to learn something – it may be schooling, university education, or any other form of learning. This divine Goddess removes all obstacles to learning and grants her devotees with knowledge. She is a wonderful source of strength for students who seek to learn. In fact, Saraswati is the divinity of both...

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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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The Importance And Religious Beliefs Of Magha Maas

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Magha Maas is the 11thmonth of the Hindu calendar that begins somewhere after mid-January and goes up to a little after mid-February. This month begins on either the new moon day or full moon day of the month, and the name is given so because of the star cluster called ‘Magha’. It marks the end of the dry winter season, and brings in the most awaited spring season with fresh new leaves and flowers...

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