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Hindu Gods & Goddesses Images, Stock Photos

Hindu Gods & Goddesses Images, Stock Photos

Hindu Gods & Goddesses Images, Stock Photos: It is believed that there are 330 million gods & goddesses in the Hindu Dharma. There are as many Hindu gods as there are devotees to suit the feelings, moods and social background of the devotee. However, it is not really the sign of ignorance. The ultimate reality is one, the almighty. The omnipresent …

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Rama Navami Festival Images

Rama Navami Festival Images

Rama Navami is one of the most important Hindu festivals. At some places the festival lasts the whole nine days of the Navaratri, thus the period is called ‘Sri Rama Navaratra’. Rama Navami Festival Images for WhatsApp, Instagram & Facebook

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Navratri Festival Images

Navratri Festival Images

Navratri Festival Images: ‘Nava-ratri’ is one of the most important Hindu festivals in the country. It is celebrated with immense zeal and enthusiasm all over the country. It is celebrated twice a year – once in Chaitra (March-April) and the other in Ashwin (September-October). Navartra literally means ‘nine auspicious nights’. It is actually the worship of the Goddess of power …

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Navratri Festival Greetings For Facebook, WhatsApp

Navratri Festival Greetings

Navratri Festival Greetings For Facebook, WhatsApp: All nine days during Navratri are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Shakti. Shardiya Navratri falls in the month of September or October. The nine days festivity culminates on tenth day with Dussehra or Vijayadashami. Navratri is a time where nine forms of Hindu goddesses like Durga, Bhadrakali, Amba or Jagadamba, Annapurna, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, …

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Navratri Greetings: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Navratri Greetings: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Navratri is one of the important Hindu festivals of India, commemorated with fun, fervor and enthusiasm. People across the country celebrate the festival by worshiping Goddess Durga, the Deity of Power. The air is filled with festivity all through the nine days of the festival. People exchange greetings, sweets, prepare lip smacking recipes for Navratri fast and indulge themselves in …

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Navratri Customs: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri Customs: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri is a very important and popular festival of India. It comes twice on a year, once around March-April and the second time, around September-October. The nine days and nights of Navratri are entirely devoted to Mother Goddess. Throughout this period, fasts, strictly vegetarian diets, japa (chanting mantras in honor of the Goddess Shakti), religious hymns, prayer, meditation and recitation …

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Navratri Fast – Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri Fast - Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri literally means ‘nine nights’ and during these nine days which mark the celebration of Durga Puja in India, different incarnations of the Goddess Shakti, Adi Shakti, or the original creator, observer and destroyer of the universe, are worshiped. The festival is an integral part of the Hindu tradition and different regions in the country follow different rituals to perform …

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Navratri Date – Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri Date - Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri is an important Hindu festival, celebrated with religious fervor and great enthusiasm by the Hindus in different parts of the country. It is celebrated twice a year – in March-April (as Chaitra Navratri) and in October-November. While the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri is celebrated as Ram Navami, the festival celebrated in September-October commemorates the victory of Goddess Durga …

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Chaitra Navratri: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Chaitra Navratri: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Chaitra Navratri, also popular as Chait Navratras, is the nine-day festival observed in Chaitra month. Chaitra Navratras starts on the first day in Chaitra month and ends on Sri Rama Navami, the ninth day of the month. The first of Chaitra month is celebrated as Ugadi or Yugadi. Durgashtami or Durga Ashtami in Navratri is the most auspicious day for …

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Chaitra Navratri – Hindu Festival

Chaitra Navratri - Hindu Festival

Chaitra Navratri signifies the start of the Indian or the Hindu new year i.e. the 1st day or Prathama tithi of the Chitra Sudi, every year. Navratri, the festival of nine nights is dedicated to Goddess Durga and her nine forms. The nine days have great religious significance as Goddess Durga, the divine mother, had destroyed the evil force (in …

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