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Govardhan Pooja Muhurat and Significance

Festival of Govardhan is celebrated as dedication towards Lord Krishna. It is believed that Lord Krishna himself suggested the people of Gokul to perform Govardhan Pooja. Every festival in India has a spiritual significance behind it. Here we will learn about the significance of Govardhan Pooja.  Govardhan 2014 Puja Muhurat Govardhan Pooja in the year 2014 will be celebrated on 24 October 2014. The time for Pooja is – 06:27  [Read More..]

Category: Diwali Festival
Oct, 24 2014 03:20 am

Diwali Pooja Rituals and Methods of Diwali Pooja

Diwali is known as festival of lights, which brings eternal blessings and mammoth prosperity at home. During this festival, Diwali Puja is performed to appease Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. Several rituals, customs and traditions are align with this sacred festival of Hindus. Simple method to perform Diwali Puja has been explained in this article in very detailed manner. You will find out the Diwali Pooja vidhi and what items  [Read More..]

Category: Diwali Festival
Oct, 23 2014 12:39 pm

Diwali Lakshmi Puja 2014

The third day of Diwali celebrations is the most important day as it is the day when people perform Lakshmi Puja. Diwali is the festival of 5 days that commence from 13th lunar day of Krishna Paksha with Dhanteras and ends with Bhai Dooj on the 5th day. Diwali Puja Muhurat This signifies that during this period you can worship Goddess Lakshmi along with Lord Ganesh and Goddess Saraswati. Business  [Read More..]

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Narak Chaturdashi 2014: What Is Narak Chaturdashi?

Narak Chaturdashi is commended on the second day of the five day merry jamboree of Diwali. Since, Narak Chaturdashi is connected with stupendous celebration of Diwali, it doubtlessly has an uncommon centrality for the Hindus. Prevalently known as Choti Diwali in North India, Naraka Chaturdashi is commended in the month of October-November, the same will be followed in 2014. Narak Chaturdashi is celebrated on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha  [Read More..]

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How to do Performing Diwali Laxmi Puja at home

Performing Deepavali Puja Diwali or Deepavali is the occasion where Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped. She is believed to be the Goddess of prosperity and success and of course wealth. That is why; it is during this time that she is welcomed with a thorough worshipping ritual so that she stays in every family, house, office etc. The people belonging to the commercial class and also the married couples and household  [Read More..]

Category: Diwali Festival
Sep, 26 2014 03:02 pm

Annakut Festivaland Goverdhan festivals in Diwali

Annakut Festivaland Goverdhan festivals in Diwali The Annakut festival is one of the most important festivals in Diwali. In the year 2014, it is going to be celebrated on 24th October that is the Pratipad Tithi of Kartik Shukla Paksha. There is also going to be another festival named Goverdhan that is also celebrated on this very day. However, bith of these have their own sets of significances. The Goverdhan  [Read More..]

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Aarti and worshipping Goddess Maha Lakshmi Puja on Diwali

Aarti and worshipping Goddess Maha Lakshmi Puja on Diwali In Diwali, the most important aspect is the worshipping of Goddess Lakshmi. It is a very systematic ritual that is very carefully followed. The Aarti of Goddess Maha Lakshmi is the grandest part of the puja. In the Aarti, lamps are used. These lamps are made up with ghee and camphor. The lamp must have four wicks on four sides and  [Read More..]

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Diwali Laxmi Pujan Muhurat 2014 date and timing

Diwali Laxmi Pujan Muhurat 2014 In the Karitik Krishna Paksha, during the Pradosh Kaal, the Diwali festival is celebrated and the Maha Lakshmi Pujan is performed. As worshipping the Goddess of wealth that is Maha Lakshmi Mata is very auspicious, most people perform this puja during this time to get her blessings. In 2014, Diwali is on 23rd October. The astrological position of the stars and the moon on this  [Read More..]

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How to make Goddess Lakshmi stay Diwali special puja 2014

How to make Goddess Lakshmi stay There are 12 signs in Hindu Mythology that are divided into halves and are situated on both sides of the equator. There are also 14 gemstones that are associated with these signs and are evolved from the Samudramanthan. Goddess Lakshmi was also born from this on the Amavasya tithi. Having different names like Maha Lakshmi, Greh Lakshmi and Raj Lakshmi, she comes to the  [Read More..]

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Dhanteras Puja Muhurat date in the year 2014

In the year 2014, the religious date of Dhanteras falls on 21st October, Tuesday, in the Kartik Kishna Paksha. It is on the Trayodashi tithi of Kartik Krishna Paksha that the festival of Dhanteras is celebrated in North India. In this festival, we worship Goddess Lakshmi and God Kuber. Even Yam Dev or the God of death is also worshipped on this day with the belief that it will eliminate  [Read More..]

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