Category: Significance of Festivals

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18 Months behind Bars – Is the judiciary still sleeping ?

18 Months behind Bars – Is the judiciary still sleeping ? After creating rumors for an adorable saint entangled in a false rape case, the world is surprisingly seeing the disciples with the same enthusiasm on the occasion of New Year which became worth celebrating for his disciples, who assembled near railway station route to […]

parents children relationship, old age homes, take care of parents

Parents’ Worship Day – How different is it from Mother’s / Father’s Day ?

Parents Worship Day – How different is it from Mothers or Fathers Day ‘Parents’ is the first relationship that a child gets to know after its birth. A helpless child grows with the help of parents and learns things, gets educated and married and later on becomes ignorant towards parents. The parents have enough patience […]

Kartik purnima, kartik poonam, guru nanak jayanti, guruparv, guruparb, Diksha bapuji

Spiritual significance of Kartik Purnima or Guru Nanak Jayanti

Spiritual significance of Kartik Purnima or Guru Nanak Jayanti Kartik month is considered very holy for performing rituals and gaining virtues. The full moon day (Poonam) of this month has special significance – as it’s celebrated as Guru Nanak Jayanti, i.e. the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji – the foremost guru in Sikhism, who […]

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The Glory of Cow and its by-products

Incredible Indian cow needs to be protected – Happy Gopashtmi ” Gavo vihwasya matarah ” — Cow is the mother of the whole world. Serving cows could even lead one towards Self-realization. One could indirectly serve cows just by consuming cow-milk, as once cow-milk becomes essential part of one’s diet; it certainly necessitates service and […]

diwali, deepawali, dhan teras, bhai dooj, nutan varsh, kali chaudas

The significance of Deepawali – The Festival of Lights

The significance of Deepawali – The Festival of Lights Deepawali is a 5 day celebration of festival of lights that starts with Dhan Teras, followed by Narak Chaturdashi, Deepawali (i.e. Lakshmi Poojan) , Govardhan Pooja (also called Annakoot or Nootan Varsh) and Bhai Dooj. The festival conveys an important message that transcends religions – the […]

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