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Jaya Ekadashi 2023 - Date & Si...

Rai Shyam 2 min read

In the months of January and February, Jaya Ekadasi is observed during the waxing phase of the moon (Shukla Paksha). The date of Jaya Ekadashi is February 1st in 2023. Numerous Hindu communities also observe it as Bhi...

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Chintaman Ganesh: Religious Im...

Rai Shyam 5 min read

In Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India, Chintaman Ganesh is the largest temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha. This temple is situated about 7 km to the south-west of the town of Ujjain, across the Kshipra River on the Fatehabad...


Bindu Madhav : History and Sig...

Rai Shyam 4 min read

In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, there is a very significant pilgrimage site called Kashi. It is considered one of the sapta moksha-puris, or cities where liberation is possible. It is in Kashi that the Bindu Mad...

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Bhishma Ashtami : History | Si...

Rai Shyam 3 min read

Bhishma of the famous Indian epic Mahabharata is the subject of the Hindu holiday known as Bhishma Ashtami (Bhishmashtami). Bhishma often referred to as "Ganga Putra Bhishma" (Bhishma the son of Ganga devi) or "Bhishm...


Pongal: History | Significance...

Rai Shyam 7 min read

Pongal, also known as Thai Pongal, is a multi-day Hindu harvest festival that Tamils in Sri Lanka and India observe. According to the Tamil solar calendar, it is observed at the beginning of the month, and this festiv...

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Ratha Saptami: Signifiance | R...

Rai Shyam 3 min read

In India, Ratha Saptami is regarded as one of the most important and religiously significant holidays. The celebration is also known as "Magha Saptami," "Magh Jayanti," and "Surya Jayanti." To honour Lord Surya, who i...

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Mauni Amavasya: Meaning | Ritu...

Rai Shyam 4 min read

Worshiping Lord Vishnu and giving a bath during this month is thought to take away all of life's woes and aches. Devotees fast for the entire day, and some even practice "maun vrat"—doing so without speaking—to appeas...

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Shattila Ekadashi : Legend | L...

Rai Shyam 3 min read

Fasting on Ekadashi is very significant in Hinduism. There are 24 Ekadashis each year. When Malmas or Adhikamas arrive, their number rises to 26. In Padma Purana, Ekadashi is praised as being very magnificent and its ...

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Khandoba Temple Jejuri: Histor...

Rai Shyam 4 min read

The Khandoba Temple of Jejuri is a well-known temple in Maharashtra. It is popularly known as 'Khandobachi Jejuri,' and is one of Maharashtra's great Gods. The Dhangars worship Jejuri Mhalsakant, also known as Malhari...

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Sakat Chauth: Significance | H...

Rai Shyam 3 min read

One of the two auspicious Chaturthi Thithis is Sakat Chauth. According to the Hindu calendar, each month has two Chaturthi Thithis: one during the Krishna Paksha following Amavasya, known as Sakat Chauth, and one afte...

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