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Learn About The Power Of Saturn Explained In Vedic Astrology


Power of Saturn Explained in Vedic Astrology   Saturn is the most giving and also can be the most severe and challenging planet. Saturn turning direct gives you new opportunities and helps you set strong intentions and redefine your relationship and career goals. In Vedic astrology, Saturn […]

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Importance of Ancestors in Vedic Scriptures


Significance of Ancestors and Ancestral Ceremonies in Your Life Vedic scriptures teach that we must remember and perform Tarpanam, ceremonies to deceased ancestors, for at least 3 generations. The scriptures also mention that our departed ancestors’ souls are elevated beings equivalent to gods. They deserve to be […]

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September Month Festivals List 2018


Venus Enters Libra – September 1st, Saturday Shukra Graha or Venus is an important planet, which is regarded as auspicious. It represents the noble emotion of love and also stands for welcome features like beauty, artistic temperament, pleasures, and comforts. Venus, thus, denotes almost all aspects that […]

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Learn About the Food Practice on Varalakshmi Vratham Day


A lot has been said about the origin and purpose of Varalakshmi Pooja, but considering that it is a day when people observe fasts, how much has been spoken about the food to be consumed on this day? If you are thinking about this as I do, […]

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Nagula Chavithi and Naga Chaturthi, Festivals for Snake Gods


Nagula Chavithi and Naga Chaturthi, these are the auspicious days to celebrate and honor the snake gods. Nagula Chavithi falls on the fourth day in the Lunar month of Kartik (Oct-Nov) after Deepavali Amavasya (New Moon day) and mainly celebrated in Andhra Pradesh and some parts of […]

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August Month Festivals List 2018


Venus Enters Virgo – August 1st, Wednesday Planet Venus, the Shukra Graha, is one of the important planets that are considered benefic. It represents love, perhaps the noblest of emotions and denotes much-valued aspects like beauty, romance, artistic temperament, pleasures, and comforts. Venus thus stands for everything […]

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Why Should You Offer Tarpanam During Mahalaya


Mahalaya Amavasya – The Sacred Day of Ancestors Mahalaya Amavasya is the special and critical new Moon, which is considered auspicious for honoring your ancestors. This new Moon day is also called Sarva Pitri Amavasya, as it has the power to relieve your ancestral souls and help […]

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Dos and Don’ts During Mahalaya Paksha


Mahalaya Paksha (15 Days of Ancestors) Mahalaya Paksha or Pitru Paksha is the 15-day period, considered sacred to perform Tarpanam rituals to our ancestors and relieve their souls from the cycle of birth and death. It is believed that our ancestral souls reach the earth plane to […]

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Significance and Benefits of Garuda Panchami


Garuda Panchami, an auspicious day to celebrate “Garuda,” the vehicle or Vahna of Lord Vishnu. Garuda is also known as Periya Tiruvadi, Pakshiraja, Vainateya, Vinatasuta, Vishnuvahana, Nagantaka, Suparna, Garuthmantha, and Kashyapeya. This day is celebrated on the 5th day of the Waxing Moon phase (Shukla Paksha) in […]

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Learn the Significance and Blessings of Naga Moola Mantra (Seed Sound)


Importance of Naga Worship ‘Naga’ is the snake, and this occupies an important place in our religious domain. Our tradition regards the snakes as a form of divinity, and the legends carry many stories involving the snake Gods and Goddesses. Snake-worship has been a very ancient practice […]

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How to do Nag Panchami Pooja?


Nag Panchami is an occasion celebrated for offering worship to the snakes. Nag Panchami is an auspicious day which comes on the fifth lunar day of the Panchami thithi in Shukla Paksha, the waxing phase of the Moon during the Shravan month that corresponds to July–August. Nag […]

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2000-Year-Old Powerspot Mythology: Debt Clearance Blessings


Runa Vimochana Lingeshwarar This is Lord Shiva who clears all liabilities. ‘Runa’ means debt, ‘Vimochana’ is relieving, and ‘LingaEshwarar’ refers to the Linga form of Lord Shiva. Runa Vimochana Lingeshwarar can thus be called as the Lord of Debt Clearance. Here, the debt can be taken to […]

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