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Vaikasi Visakam Recipes

vaikasi visakam recipes

Vaikasi Visakam is a Hindu festival that is important to Saivites, Vaishnavites, and also Buddhists. To Saivites, it is the day of the advent of Lord Muruga, to Vaishnavites, the day marks Periyalvar’s Jayanti, and to Buddhists, it is the day associated with the miracles of nativity, enlightenment, and the Maha Samadhi of the Buddha. […]

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The Story of Goddess Mookambika

The Story of Goddess Mookambika

The story of Goddess Mookambika finds mention in the Skanda Purana. The ancient Purana says that a demon called Kaumasura performed great austerities and was given a darshan of Lord Shiva. The demon wanted to ask for the boons of great power and immortality. But Goddess Saraswati as Vagdevi took away his power of speech. […]

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Significance of Kollur Mookambika Temple

Significance of Kollur Mookambika Temple

Kollur Mookambika temple is a very renowned temple in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It is said to be one of the seven abodes of salvation created by Parashurama. Mookambika temple is in Kollur, which is in the Udupi district of Karnataka. This temple is dedicated to art and knowledge. Goddess Mookambika is regarded […]

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What should we donate on Akshaya Tritiya?

What should we donate on Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya or ‘Akha Teej’ is on the third day in the Hindu month of Vaishakha (May – June). Akshaya Tritiya’s meaning is ‘that which is inexhaustible or something that cannot be destroyed’. It is considered a very auspicious day for new beginnings and is important for both Hindus and Jains. Parshurama, the sixth avatar […]

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What do you eat on Akshaya Tritiya

What do you eat on Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya is on the third day of the month of Vaisakha. It is considered to be a very auspicious day to begin a new venture. Akshaya Tritiya is also known as Akha Teej. Akshaya Tritiya 2021 is very significant for Hindus and Jains. Apart from performing Poojas and various rituals and praying for divine […]

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Sun Transit in Aries and its Impacts (14 April, 2021) for 12 Moon Sign

Aries: Sun transits through a 1st house from your Moon sign. Sun is your 5th house ruler. Transit Sun in the 1st house is a neutral transit. This transit can give confidence in whatever you do. This is the time to exhume your leadership qualities and stay organized to see success. Little hard work and […]

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Why Venus Transit Is One of the Most Important Events in Astrology

Venus is the planet of beauty and pleasure. In astrology, it represents love, relationships, spouse, marriage, prosperity, luxuries, jewelry, vehicles, etc. It is a charming planet that rules sophisticated and refined tastes. As the significator of romance, it is at its most exalted when it is in a free-flowing sign of water like Pisces, a […]

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Which Rudraksha is Best?

Rudraksha is closely associated with Hinduism. It is a seed that is used as a prayer bead. The Rudraksha is mostly associated with Shiva, the Supreme Being of Shaivism, and one among the Holy Trinity, besides Brahma, and Vishnu. Rudraksha emanates from Sanskrit. ‘Rudra’ is a Vedic name of Shiva, one of his fiery forms. […]

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How to Clean Rudraksha

Rudraksha is a sacred bead closely associated with Hinduism, especially Shaivism. Found growing like a seed in the Elaeocarpus Granitus, an evergreen tree growing in the Himalayan foothills in Nepal, India, and Indonesia, it is used as a prayer bead in Hinduism. Rudraksha is derived from ‘Rudra,’ a fiery form of Shiva, and ‘Aksh’ denotes […]

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10 Unknown Interesting Stories About Lord Parshuram

1. Lord Parashuram, meaning ‘Rama with an ax’, was the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The word ‘Parashu’ means ax. He was the son of Renuka and Sage Jamadagni, one of the Saptrishis and also one of the immortals of Hindu mythology. According to legends, he is still believed to be living at Mahendragiri mountain […]

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Can We Register Land in Panguni Month?

Panguni Uthiram is a very auspicious day that falls in the month of Panguni (also called Phalgun), the twelfth and last month in the Tamil calendar. The month of Panguni is between mid-March to mid-April and is known as the month of Phalgun (Phalguna) in the Hindu calendar. It is observed when the Moon transits […]

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How to Perform Maha Shivaratri Pooja

Pooja is a sacred ritual performed to worship or revere and have a sublime connection with the deity. Performed with heightened spiritual intent (Sankalpa), utmost devotion and prescribing to the sacred texts of Vedic tradition are important. The spiritual devotion, the offerings (Samagri), the chanting of the sacred hymns (Mantras) has a profound effect and […]

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