Holi is one of the major Hindu festivals celebrated widely across India. This year Holi will be celebrated on March 21. Holi is also known as the festival of colours or the festival of love. Holi is primarily a two-day festival, the first day of the religious celebration is known[Read More…]
So before the festival starts let’s us look at the dates, shubh mahurat, timings and puja vidhi
Let’s look at the date, history, significance and everything about the festival of colours ‘Holi’
The festival of Holi is not a single day festival as with the onset of Holashtak, it becomes the festival of 9 days
Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday auctioned mementos and souvenirs presented to him for raising money to be paid to the families martyrs. In the auction organised the by Jaipur-based Bharat Seva Sansthan more than 350 presents and souvenirs were auctioned with them getting sold at a price[Read More…]
Check out the timings, significance, what to eat, what to offer, ingredients, Puja Vidhi, delicacies for Shivratri.
Chennai: Since her birth 35 years ago M.A. Sneha, an advocate in Tirupathur, has remained without any caste or religion. Whether it was her birth or school certificate, the columns on caste and religion remained blank. Recently, the Tamil Nadu government issued Sneha a formal certificate that she is a[Read More…]
While Winter exits, comes the time for spring to take! In many Indian communities, this transition in season is celebrated with much fervour and gaiety. One such spring festival that is just around the corner is Basant Panchami. This year, Basant Panchami would be celebrated on 10th February 2019. At some places,[Read More…]
Check out the significance, story, mantra, date, time related to the festival.
Thiruvananthapuram: Sabarimala’s tantri Kantararu Rajeeveru on Monday told the Travancore Devasom Board (TDB) that he carried out “purification rituals” following the two women’s entry, as that was “the natural practice followed whenever there is a breach of the temple tradition and customs”. The temple was shut for an hour around[Read More…]