Tag Archives: Lord Vishnu Hindu Festivals

Shattila Ekadashi: Sat-tila or Tilda Ekadashi Info

Shattila Ekadashi: Sat-tila or Tilda Ekadashi Information

Shattila Ekadashi also referred to as Sat-tila-Ekadashi or Tilda Ekadashi derives its name from til or sesame seeds. A distinctive fact associated with Shattila Ekadashi is the innovative use of sesame seeds in six different ways. Devotees bathe in water mixed with sesame seeds, rub these seeds on their body, offer the same in havan or religious fires, donate and …

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सफला एकादशी Saphala Ekadashi: महत्व और व्रत

सफला एकादशी Saphala Ekadashi: महत्व और व्रत

सफला एकादशी व्रत (Saphala Ekadashi) 2021 साल की अंतिम एकादशी के रूप में 30 दिसंबर दिन गुरुवार को मनाई जाएगी और यह व्रत हर वर्ष पौष मास के कृष्ण पक्ष की एकादशी तिथि को आता है। इस दिन भगवान विष्णु और माता लक्ष्मी की पूजा का विधान है। जैसा कि इसके नाम से पता चल रहा है कि यह व्रत …

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Mokshada Ekadashi Vrat Information, Celebration

Mokshada Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Mokshada Ekadashi falls on the eleventh Lunar day (hence the name Ekadashi) during the waxing phase of the moon (Shukla Paksha) in the month of Margashirsha (Agrahayana) according to the Hindu lunar calendar. According to the Gregorian calendar, this is roughly in the month of November or December. Mokshada Ekadashi Dates 2021: 14th December, 2021 (Tuesday) 2022: 03 – 04th …

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Tulsi Vivah Festival Information For Hindus

Tulsi Vivah Festival Information For Household

Tulsi Vivah is celebrated on the next day of Karthik Ekadashi. On this day Tulsi is married to Saaligram. Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant to the Hindu god Shaligram or Vishnu or to his avatar, Sri Krishna. The Tulsi wedding signifies the end of the monsoon and the beginning of the wedding season in Hinduism. …

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Dev Uthani Ekadashi, Prabodhani Ekadashi Date

Dev Uthani Ekadashi, Prabodhani Ekadashi Date

Dev Uthani Ekadashi, Prabodhani Ekadashi Date: On the 11th Day or Ekadashi of Shukla Paksh in the month of Karthik, the festival of Dev Uthani Ekadashi is celebrated. It is also called Prabodhani Ekadashi. It is believed that on this day Lord Vishnu had woken up after a rest of four months. Hence, this day marks the end of Chaturmaas. …

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Indira Ekadashi Information For Hindu Devotees

Indira Ekadashi - Hindu Festival

Indira Ekadashi: Getting rid of sins committed by oneself and ancestors in the family can be achieved by observing a fast on Indira Ekadashi. The festival is celebrated during the month of Ashwin and is of particular significance to the devotees throughout the Northern part of India. Indira Ekadashi Dates: 2021: 02nd October, 2021 (Saturday) 2022: 21st September, 2022 (Wednesday) …

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Bhadrapada Purnima Information For Devotees

Bhadrapada Purnima - Hindu Festival

Bhadrapada Purnima: Bhadrapada is an auspicious month in Hindu calendar. Celebrations are dedicated to Lord Ganesha during this month. However, Bhadrapada Purnima is an exception as the festivities on this day are dedicated to Lord Satyanarayana. These festivities are celebrated with special devotion through the state of Gujarat. Celebrations on Bhadrapada Purnima: The day is celebrated with dedication throughout the …

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Janmashtami: Lord Krishna Birthday Festival

Janmashtami, Lord Krishna's Birthday - Hindu Festival

Janmashtami — On the eighth day of the black half of Bhadra (August – September) was born Shri Krishna, the eighth Avatar or incarnation of Vishnu. Therefore, this day is well known as Janmashtami or Krishna-Janmashtami. This auspicious day of birth of Krishna, the direct manifestation of Vishnu himself is celebrated in all parts of India with clat and great enthusiasm. …

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Onam: Kerala Harvesting Festival Information

Onam

Onam is one of the greatest festivals of Kerala (India). It is the festival, which the Kerala People celebrate together without the difference of caste and religion. Onam is a time for sports and festivities and in Kerala where one third of the area is low lying, covered with canals, lakes and backwaters; the people take to their boats and …

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