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हनुमान जी की आरती: आरती कीजै हनुमान लला की

Hanuman Aarti हनुमान जी की आरती

Hanuman Aarti completes the worship or prayers made to the God. It is believed that aarti provides a completion to the puja. This aarti of Shri Hanuman is also known Bajrangbali Aarti. हिंदू धर्म में हनुमान जी को भगवान शिव का अवतार माना जाता है। भगवान श्री राम के परम भक्त माने जाने वाले हनुमान जी का स्मरण करने से …

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Hanuman Jayanti Vrat Vidhi & Significance

Hanuman Jayanti Vrat: Hindu Culture & Traditions

The birth of Lord Hanuman, the Vanara God, is celebrated as Hanuman Jayanti by the entire Hindu community. An ardent devotee of Lord Rama, Lord Hanuman is worshiped for his immense passion and dedication to the Lord. The Hindus consider Lord Hanuman as a symbol of strength, energy and unfathomable devotion. An important festival of the Hindus, Hanuman Jayanti is …

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Hanuman: Epic Hero of Ramayana, Mahabharata

Hanuman: An Epic Hero

It is hard to find a mythical character who is at once so powerful, learned, philosophic, humble and amusing! Hanuman features prominently in the great epics of Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Hanuman Meets Lord Rama Hanuman met Rama and his brother Lakshmana while Rama was in exile in the jungle, and searching for his wife Sita who was abducted by …

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Legends of Hanuman: Stories of Lord Hanuman

Legends of Hanuman: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Legends of Hanuman: Hanuman ji is considered as the incarnation of Lord Shiva. Shri Hanuman is one of the popular gods of the Hindu religion and is worshiped all over the world. Life of Hanuman is a legend in itself, for his immeasurable love towards his Prabhu Ram. Here, are some stories of Sri Hanuman’s life that shows his supreme …

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Baisakhi Customs: Baisakhi Rituals & Traditions

Baisakhi Customs: Sikh Culture & Traditions

Baisakhi Customs: Baisakhi Rituals & Traditions – The harvest festival of Baisakhi is celebrated with pomp and gaiety across the vibrant state of Punjab. It falls on the first day of the Indian calendar month, Vaishakh, which is usually April 13. Apart from being a harvest festival, it holds a special significance in the Sikh community, because it commemorates the …

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When is Baisakhi: Date & Significance in Sikhism

When is Baisakhi: Indian Culture & Traditions

When is Baisakhi: The auspicious festival of Baisakhi is celebrated on first day of Vaisakh month (April-May) according to the Nanakshahi calendar. Hence, the festival of Baisakhi is also popularly known as Vaisakhi. According to Gregorian Calendar, Baisakhi falls on April 13 every year and on April 14 once in 36 years. This variation in date is due to the …

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Influence of Lohri Festival in Hindu Culture

Influence of Lohri Festival

Lohri is one such festival which works as a tie-up bond for various communities. The festival is celebrated with great fervor and exuberance especially in North India. Farmers celebrate this harvest festival with traditional dances and songs. It falls on the 13th January when the Earth starts moving towards the sun marking the auspicious period of Uttarayan. Astrological Influence of …

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Bonfires and Bonhomie: Lohri, Pongal, Makar Sankranti

Bonfires and Bonhomie

Bonfires and Bonhomie: Creating an aura of warmth to ward off the winter chill, there are a host of harvest festivals lined up for mid-January. So while it’s Lohri in North India, it’s Uttarayan in Gujarat, Pongal and Tamil New Year in the South, Magha or Bhugali Bihu in Assam, and Makar Sankranti in the rest of the country to …

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