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Akshaya Tritiya Festival

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Akshaya Tritiya, an Introduction Akshaya Tritiya is a sacred occasion regarded as highly propitious for performing auspicious activities and also as an appropriate time for attaining prosperity, fortune and success. The Sanskrit word Akshaya means immortality or imperishability. This is, thus, the day that will lead to […]

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Om Nama Sivaya

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The purpose of Om Nama Sivaya is very meaningful. Om is the primordial sound. The whole universe both animate and inanimate is contained in Om. Om is the equivalent of Amen. Om has three sounds: Ah, Oo, and Ma. The Ah sound has to be chanted at […]

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Talk on Thiru Neela Kantam

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Thiruchitrambalam. ‘Thiru Neela Kantam’ is a karma-bursting mantra. I am going to explain to you in this stay, how this sound ‘Thiru Neela Kantam’ bursts your karma. First, you have to understand what your karma is. Karma is your own life. Subtle frequencies of what are going […]

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Shivaratri Pooja

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Shivaratri, an Introduction Shivaratri is an important festival, considered highly auspicious for the worship of Lord Shiva. It is Shivaratri, that is, the Night of Shiva and is meant for offering prayers to the Lord. Shivaratri is actually a monthly occurrence, which takes place on every 13th […]

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The lesson from Viswamitra

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Viswamitra was a great king who lived in India at a different time period (Yuga in Sanskrit). He was born in a warrior class of kings and had distinguished himself in all kinds of martial arts and military activities. The country passed through a very severe economic […]

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Why We Celebrate Maha Shivratri

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From Lord Shiva’s birth to his Neelkanth legend and marriage with Goddess Parvati, there are stories and beliefs that explain why we celebrate Maha Shivaratri. Here’s a look at some of them. There are several stories surrounding the origins and celebrations of Maha Shivaratri. The occasion, as […]

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Explanation of God, Grace, Light & Miracle by Dr. Pillai

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God, Grace, Light and Miracle are synonymous. You can accomplish all that you need to accomplice, if you have a leap of faith. God, grace, light and miracle are synonymous. To help you understand the above concepts I am going to give you a working definition for […]

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Thai Amavasya: The Best Day To Propitiate Ancestors and Receive Their Blessings

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Amavasya, an Introduction The New Moon Day is called Amavasya or Amavasai. The Sanskrit word ‘Ama’ means ‘together’ and ‘Vasya’ is ‘to dwell’. There is a cycle of 30 lunar phases as per the calendar and each of them is called a Thithi. The Thithi of dark […]

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Exquisite Karwa Chauth Gifts Ideas for your loving Wife

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The festival of ‘Karwa Chauth’ is a highly popular Hindu festival which holds great relevance for Indian women. The festival is observed with great pomp in the Northern regions of the country and is slowly gathering popularity across other states as well. This is a highly awaited […]

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Karwa Chauth Rituals for Marital Bliss

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About Karwa Chauth Karwa Chauth is an important and popular Hindu religious festival observed by women folk for the well-being and prosperity of their husbands. On this day, women observe a ‘Vrat’ (fast) for the longevity of their husbands and to lead a blissful marital life. The […]

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Janmashtami – Birth of Lord Krishna

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Janmashtami – Celebration of Krishna’s Birth Janmashtami is a yearly festival celebrated widely across the country to venerate the birth of lovable Lord Krishna. The day is adorned with fun-filled festivities, religious rituals and delicious recipes. Krishna, the supreme preserver and sustainer archetype, incarnated on this earth […]

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How To Celebrate Krishna Janmashtami At Home

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Krishna Jayanti or Janmashtami is the day to revere the birth of Lord Krishna and is one of the widely celebrated Hindu festivals across the country. Poojas and rituals offered to the avatar of the Supreme preserver and sustainer archetype may vary from place to place. In […]

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