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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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Akshaya Tritiya Date: Hindu – Jain Culture & Traditions

Akshaya Tritiya Date: Hindu - Jain Culture & Traditions

Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, is one of the most auspicious days for Hindus and Jains and they celebrate it with much vigor and reverence. It’s a special occasion that happens once every year whereby the Sun and the Moon are in exalted positions, at the peak of their brightness, which usually happens in the month of late …

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Akshaya Tritiya Legend: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Akshaya Tritiya Legend: Hindu Culture & Traditions

The festival of Akshaya Tritiya, which is deemed as one of the most important for Hindus and Jains, is considered to be a promising occasion to start off any new venture or to invest in shares, gold and other jewelry. Because it is believed that doing so ends in fruitful outcomes: successful and prosperity. Firstly, because on this day and …

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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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Akshaya Tritiya, Akha Teej, Navanna Parvam

Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya, which falls on the third day of the bright half of the pan Indian lunar month of Vaishakha of the traditional Hindu calendar, is one of the most important days of the year for the Hindus. Also known as Akha Teej or Navanna Parvam, it’s in the month of late April or early May that Akshaya Tritiya is …

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काम हमारे बड़े–बड़े: प्रेरणादायक बाल-कविता

काम हमारे बड़े–बड़े: प्रेरणादायक बाल-कविता

हम बच्चे हैं छोटे–छोटे, काम हमारे बड़े–बड़े। आसमान का चाँद हमी ने थाली बीच उतारा है, आसमान का सतरंगा वह बाँका धनुष हमारा है। आसमान के तारों में वे तीर हमारे गड़े–गड़े। हम बच्चे हैं छोटे–छोटे, काम हमारे बड़े–बड़े। भरत रूप में हमने ही तो दांत गिने थे शेरों के, और राम बन दांत किये थे खट्‌टे असुर–लुटेरों के। कृष्ण–कन्हैया …

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Vallabh Acharya Jayanti

Vallabh Acharya Jayanti

Vallabhacharya Jayanti is celebrated because of a popular belief that on this day, Lord Krishna in the form of Shrinathji was seen by Vallabhacharya, who is said to be the founder of Pushti Sect. Vallabhacharya Jayanti is observed on the Magh Shukla Paksha Pratipada. Lord Krishna is said to be the supreme God and it was considered that his blessings …

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Varuthini Ekadashi, Baruthani Ekadashi

Varuthini Ekadashi

Varuthini Ekadashi also known as Baruthani Ekadashi usually falls on Ekadashi during the month of Chaitra or Vaishakha. Prayers and rituals mark this day and devotees worship Vamana avatar of Lord Vishnu in a special way. Baruthani Ekadashi: Scriptural Reference A reference of this Ekadashi has been made in Bhavishya Purana. God Krishna narrates the relevance of this to King Yudhisthira …

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Ram Navami Legends: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Ram Navami Legends: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Rama Navami is a famous Hindu festival, which celebrates the birth of Lord Rama. It falls on the ninth day of the shukla paksha, or bright phase of the moon, in the lunar month of Chaitra (April-May). Rama is amongst the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu and also one of the two most popular avatars, along with Lord Krishna. Consequently, …

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Papmochani Ekadashi – Hindu Festival

Papmochani Ekadashi

Papmochani Ekadashi falls on the 11th day of fading phase of moon in Chaitra month according to north Indian Hindu calendar. This Ekadashi is the last one in all 24 Ekadashi fasts. As per South Indian calendar, it is marked on the Krishna Paksha of Phalguna month whereas it is celebrated on Krishna Paksha of Chaitra month according to the …

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