Category: Significance of Festivals

open letter on Gurupurnima 2016

An open letter to all the “Custodians” of Democracy on the occasion of Guru-Poonam

You are sad sitting on a chair, depressed with monotonous life-style. You started listening to Sant Shri Asharam Bapu’s discourses or devotional songs; and now you are filled with energy and ready to accomplish your assignments with renewed enthusiasm! Elegant dancing movements of a true saint realized you of your spiritual existence except this mortal […]

Festival of colors, Holi , Natural colors

Natural Vedic Holi: Resurgence of festival of colors

साहिब मेरो रंगरेज़, चुनरी मोरी रंग डारी; स्याही रंग छुड़ाए के रे, दियो मजीठा रंग धोये से छूटे नहीं रे, दिन दिन होत सूरंग; भाव के कुंड, नेह के जल में, प्रेम रंग दई बोर Saint Kabir Das ji says, “The Master is an Expert, he has colored me entirely (my mind, body and soul). […]

True love, real love, Divine valentines day

Beware O Indians! Try to understand the deep-rooted conspiracy behind Valentine’s Day

Beware O Indians! Try to understand the deep-rooted conspiracy behind Valentine’s Day According to the surveys and studies, 39% daughters in law and 38% sons are found responsible for causing miserable conditions for the parents and parents-in-law. But another survey reveals the fact that 17% daughters are also responsible to cause agony to the parents […]

Harmful Christmas tree, benefits of Tulsi , tulsi medicinal benefit

Tulsi Pujan Divas – Let’s look into the benefits of “Tulsi” over “Christmas tree” this Holiday Season!

Christmas tree or Tulsi (Holy Basil) , Let’s look into the benefits of “Tulsi” over “Christmas tree” this Holiday Season! Tulsi, i.e. Holy Basil (Ocimum Sanctum) is a herb that is revered in India for its spiritual as well as medicinal benefits. Tulsi is supposed to have a strong bioelectric field; that is why the […]

glory of cow, glory of mother, mother cow, gopashtmi

Let’s explore the glory of “mother” cow this Gop-Ashtami

Glory of mother cow – Gopashtmi Gop-Ashtami is celebrated every year in the month of the Kartika, as prescribed by Lord Krishna. On this holy day, Lord Krishna in his adolescence, started serving cows as a herdsman and cow-keeper; and set the norms of “Gau-Raksha” (protection of cows) before the whole world, implying that the […]

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Want to keep healthy this Diwali? – Let’s celebrate it in an eco-friendly manner !

celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali Diwali is the festival of lights, joy and enthusiasm .We have a lot of mythological stories with regards to Diwali celebrations. Goddess Lakshmi incarnated on the no-moon night of the Kartik month during the churning of Kshirsagar (the ocean of milk). Lord Vishnu escaped goddess Lakshmi from King Bali in Vaaman incarnation. […]

vijyadashmi, asaram bapu

Agony of the disciples missing their Guru during festive season – waiting for real Vijayadashami !

Festival season is on: Navratras, Vijayadashmi and now Sharad Poonam; and the series of festivals would go on in continuation. But ask the disciples as to how they feel when they open their hearts on how much they miss their revered Guru – the adorable Saint Shri Asharamji Bapu (referred to as ‘Bapuji‘) on all […]

Naariyali Poornima, Shravani Poornima, Raksha Bandhan 2015

Happy Raksha Bandhan – But is it really a “happy” one for an innocent incarcerated saint and His disciples ?

Happy Raksha Bandhan – But is it really a happy for an innocent incarcerated saint and His disciples ? Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival, which is celebrated throughout India. It strengthens the bond of love between brothers and sisters. It is celebrated on the full moon of the month of Shraavana (Shravani Poornima) and […]

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“Guru Purnima” – A Festival to guide us from ‘darkness to light’ – Can anything “noble” be expected from any of the pillars of Democracy?

guru purnima festival messages – A Festival to guide us from ‘darkness to light’ – Can anything “noble” be expected from any of the pillars of Democracy? “Mangal Mangal naam Hari Hari Om…” the bhajan sung by Saint Shri Asharamji Bapu (endearingly called ‘Bapuji’) has fascinated many lives towards spiritualism. What to say, even the […]

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