Tag Archives: Devotional Poems for Students

करवा चौथ: भारतीय सुहागिन का त्यौहार

Hindi Poem about Karwa Chauth Festival करवा चौथ

करवा चौथ: भारतीय सुहागिन का त्यौहार – सुहाग का यह व्रत हर साल कार्तिक के पवित्र महीने में संकष्टी चतुर्थी के दिन यानी कार्तिक कृष्ण चतुर्थी तिथि को किया जाता है। सुहागनें इस दिन सुबह ब्रह्ममुहूर्त में सरगी खाकर व्रत अरंभ करती हैं। व्रत पूरे दिन का होता। रात में चांद को छन्नी से देखकर व्रत का समापन किया जाता …

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करवा चौथ का चाँद: Karva Chauth Festival Poem

Karva Chauth Festival Hindi Poem करवा चौथ का चाँद

करवा चौथ का चाँद: Karva Chauth Festival Poem – ‘करवा चौथ‘ शब्द दो शब्दों से मिलकर बना है, ‘करवा’ यानी ‘मिट्टी का बरतन’ और ‘चौथ’ यानि ‘चतुर्थी’। इस त्योहार पर मिट्टी के बरतन यानी करवे का विशेष महत्व माना गया है। सभी विवाहित स्त्रियां साल भर इस त्योहार का इंतजार करती हैं और इसकी सभी विधियों को बड़े श्रद्धा-भाव से …

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Durga Puja: English Poetry On Goddess Durga

Durga Puja - Srinjay Chakravarty

Durga Puja: Srinjay Chakravarty Durga Puja, also known as Durgotsava, or Sharodotsava, is an annual Hindu festival originating in the Indian subcontinent which reveres and pays homage to the Hindu goddess and is also celebrated because of the victory of Goddess Durga over Mahishasur, Durga. The temple priest has rung his bell. A cloud of smoke from candles and lamps …

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Navratri Aarti: Navratri Devotional Bhajans

Mahendra Kapoor Navratri Special Bhajan: Maa Jaya Aadhya Shakti

Navratri Aarti: Navratri Devotional Bhajans And Songs: India is a land of colorful and vibrant festivals. Out of the clutter of festivals, Navratri stands as a prominent occasion, celebrated by people across the length and breadth of the country. It is celebrated in different ways, though the reason is the same – to commemorate the victory of good over the …

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Navratri Bhajans: Navratri Bhakti Sangeet

Navratri Bhajans: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Navratri Bhajans: Navratri Bhakti Sangeet – There are two Navratri celebrations in India. The first Navratri is called the Chaitra Navratri and the second is called Ashwin Navratri. The first one is celebrated in the month of March- April and the second is celebrated in the month of September – October according to the Gregorian calendar. The celebrations of both these …

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Navratri Fast: Vrat Procedure For Households

Navratri Fast - Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri Fast: Vrat Procedure For Households – 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 …

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Navratri Poems For Students And Children

Navratri Mantra: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Navratri Poems For Students And Children: Navratri is a nine-day grand celebration in India. During these days, devotees observe fasts and worship Goddess Durga. On this occasion several kinds’ of Jagraate, community poojas, community feasts and celebrations are organized in various parts of the country. In Hindus, this festival is given immense importance and treated as a festival of the …

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Verses on Lord Ganesha: Pillaarayaastakamu

Verses on Lord Ganesha - Pillaarayaastakamu

Verses on Lord Ganesha: A legend explains why Ganesha is worshiped before any other deity or prior to any important event. It happened that Lord Shiva asked Kartikeya and Ganesha – his two sons – to circle the world and return. Kartikeya hurried off on his peacock, but Ganesha walked around Shiva and Parvati. He explained that for him, his …

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Short English Lord Ganesha Poetry: Awakening

Awakening - Lord Ganesha

Ganesha is the formless Divinity – encapsulated in a magnificent form, for the benefit of the devotee. As per Hindu mythology, he is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Gan means group. The universe is a group of atoms and different energies. This universe would be in chaos if there was no supreme law governing these diverse groups …

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