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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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भारत का आखिरी गांव: माणा गांव, चमोली जिला, उत्तराखंड

भारत का आखिरी गांव: माणा गांव, चमोली जिला, उत्तराखंड

भारत का यह आखिरी गांव आर्थिक तंगी से परेशान लोगों के लिए चमत्कार से कम नहीं है। उत्तराखंड के चमोली जिले में माणा गांव है। यह बद्रीनाथ से करीब 3 कि.मी. की दूरी पर स्थित है। माना जाता है कि आर्थिक तंगी से परेशान जो भी लोग यहां आते हैं भोलेनाथ की कृपा से उनकी स्थिति बेहतर हो जाती है। …

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Akshaya Tritiya Celebrations: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Akshaya Tritiya Celebrations: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most auspicious days in the Indian calendar and Indians celebrate it with much reverence. The word Akshaya, originating from Sanskrit, refers to one that continues forever and Tritiya is the Sanskrit word for third. The day is celebrated across the country on the third lunar day of Bright Half in the Hindu month of …

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Paripally Gajamela – Kerala Hindu Festival

Paripally Gajamela

Every celebration is regarded incomplete without the participation of elephants in Kerala. Elephants are worshiped as an incarnation of the elephant headed god Ganesha. Elephants tamed in some of the temples in India bear the images of the gods in temple processions on some special days. Elephants hold important place as they have the privilege of escorting the numerous gods …

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वसंत पंचमी पूजा Basant Panchami Prayer

वसंत पंचमी पूजा Basant Panchami Prayer

माघ महीने के शुक्ल पक्ष की पंचमी से ऋतुओं के राजा वसंत का आरंभ हो जाता है। यह दिन नवीन ऋतु के आगमन का सूचक है। इसीलिए इसे ऋतुराज वसंत के आगमन का प्रथम दिन माना जाता है। साथ ही यह मां सरस्वती की जयंती का दिन है। इस दिन से प्रकृति के सौंदर्य में निखार दिखने लगता है। वृक्षों …

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Diwali Puja Thali Decoration: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Diwali Puja Thali Decoration: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Though people often relate Diwali to the crackers, lights and sweets, the most important aspect of the Diwali is the Lakshmi-Ganesh Poojan. People all over the country worship the Goddess of Wealth and the God of Wisdom this day in order to seek wisdom and prosperity in their home. The Lakhsmi-Ganesh Poojan is a very elaborate affair where the entire …

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Informative Videos For Kids

Informative Videos For Kids

Tribute To The Unsung Heroes Who Are The Real Reason Behind Our Happy Diwali  It’s that time of the year when the air is redolent with the spirit of festivities. People are decorating their houses in a thousand creative ways, indulging in some last minute gift shopping, and eagerly waiting for the Diwali holidays to begin. While we are busy …

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Dhanteras Festival Money Making Ideas धनतेरस पर धन प्राप्ति के अचूक उपाय

Dhanteras Festival Money Making Ideas धनतेरस पर धन प्राप्ति के अचूक उपाय

कार्तिक कृष्ण पक्ष की त्रयोदशी, जिसे धन त्रयोदशी या धनतेरस भी कहा जाता है, को लक्ष्मी, कुबेर और धन्वंतरि का दिन भी माना जाता है। इसके नाम में धन और तेरस शब्दों के बारे में मान्यता है कि इस दिन खरीदे गए धन (स्वर्ण, रजत) में 13 गुना अभिवृद्धि हो जाती है। प्राचीन काल से ही इस दिन चांदी खरीदने …

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Diwali Aarti: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Diwali Aarti: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Aartis are the special prayers that are sung to please the God. Through these prayers, we admire and appraise the Almighty and pray to bestow blessings upon us. In India, songs are sung in melodious tunes during the performance of aarti, which marks the culmination of any puja, jaagran or keertan. It is believed that these aartis please the Lord …

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Diwali Quotes in English

Diwali Quotes in English

Diwali Quotes in English: Diwali or the festival of lights is celebrated with much pomp and show in various regions across India. The name ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’; the festival marks the triumph of good over evil. When the diyas are alighted their glow illuminates even the darkest of nights which signifies the enlightenment of soul and …

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