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Apara Ekadashi

It is also named Achala Ekadashi as fasting is performed on the 11th day of the month of Jyeshtha in the month of Krishna. May or June according to the Gregorian calendar. It is assumed that Apara Ekadashi Vrat is auspicious for the devotee and wipes away all sins. This post shares a date and […]

Ganga Dussehra

So, as of today (Sunday, June 20, 2021), India is on the brink of an ice age of prosperity.Dashami will begin on June 19, 2021 at 4:15 p.m. and end on June 20, 4:45 a.m.Until Then, Until we speak again Until the end of time Vyatipa’s first yoga class will begin at 6:43:03 a. Eastern […]

Mohani Ekadashi

Significance of Mohini Ekadashi 2021 Mohini Ekadashi occurs on the Ekadashi (11th day) during the Shukla Paksha (the light fortnight of the moon) during the months of April-May, according to the Gregorian calendar. Mohini Ekadashi is celebrated by all Hindus as a festival to wipe out all one’s mistakes in the past. According to Indian […]

Ram Navami (21 April)

When We Celebrate Ram Navami………… 21st of April, 2021, Wednesday. Rama Navami celebrations were held on the 9th day of the month of Chaitra (the first month in the Hindu lunar calendar). It is an occasion to celebrate Chaitra (Spring) Navratri, the prelude to Chaitra Krishna Paksha (Janmashtami). What is Hindu’s Rama Navami? It is […]

Mesha Sankranti (14 April)

Mesha Sankranti The New Year emerges every year, much as the celebration of Lunar New Year happens every year. In this day/night period, the sun migrate from Arisnga rashi to Mesha rashi. In various parts of India, this day is recognized by different names and is celebrated with separate ceremonies. Pana Sankranti is a day […]

Matsya Jayanti (15 April)

Matsya Jayanti The Hindu festival of Matsya Jayanti marks the birthday of Lord Matsya, a fish incarnation of Lord Vishnu, in the Satya Yuga. According to Hindu beliefs, the fish emerged after the great flood. In Hindu calendar, Matsya Jayanti is celebrated on the third day of the light fortnight of the moon in the […]

Mahavir Jayanti (25 April)

Mahavir Jayanti is honored. Mahavir Jayanti is a significant day in the lives of all who observe the Jain faith. Observance of Vardhamana is not only the birthday of Vardhamana. It is a remembrance of it. This is one of the World Calendar accepted by the Jainism faith. It occurs around March or April on […]

Holika Dahan (28 March)

Holika Dahan’s Exact and Holy Period is…28 March Holika Dahan: 18:37-20:56 2 hours 20 minutes. 10:13 to 11:16. Lunch is from 11:16-13:00. Holi or Holika Dahan takes place at night before the big day of Holi. After Holika Dahan night, the next day, key festivities of Holi commence. Kids use water weapons and water balloons […]

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