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The 12 Zodiac Signs of Vedic Astrology

12 zodiac signs

Vedic Astrology has 12 Zodiac signs, and each sign has its own characteristics. These include negative and positive traits as well as attitudes towards life. The zodiac signs can be divided into three types based on Flexibility. They are Movable, Fixed & Dual. Movable and Fixed Signs The Movable signs are Aries, Cancer, Libra, and […]

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The First House of Your Birth Chart

The First House of the Zodiac Vedic Astrology is a powerful science that can predict the course of one’s destiny by studying the movement and transits of celestial bodies. Since this is a vast topic, there are many aspects to be understood before one can analyze and decipher the effects of planets on the individual. […]

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Ashwa Pooja

Ashwa Pooja for the Horse – Symbol or Strength and Royalty Ashwa Pooja is a unique ritual performed to honor the animal horse, which is revered as a symbol of royalty, power, prosperity, strength, and wealth. This special Pooja performed for the charismatic and athletic animal horse can grant you immense blessings for a prosperous […]

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Gaja Pooja

Gaja Pooja for the Magnificent Elephant Gaja Pooja is a rare and unique ceremony performed to honor the magnificent animal, elephant. Elephant is often revered as the personification of Lord Ganesha himself; hence, performing Gaja Pooja is believed to invoke the blessings of Ganesha, Lord of new beginnings. Gaja Pooja is a rarely performed ritual, […]

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Things To Do on Akshaya Tritiya

What is Akshaya Tritiya? Akshaya Tritiya is the third day of Shukla Paksha (waxing moon) in Vishaka month (May-June). The word Akshaya means ‘inexhaustible,’ or that which never ends. It is a beautiful day to start a new venture. 1. Chanting Lord Vishnu incarnated as Parasurama, son of sage Jamadagni and Renukadevi, on Akshaya Tritiya […]

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Akshaya Tritiya Mantras and Donations for Different Zodiac Signs

What is Akshaya Tritiya? Akshaya Tritiya is a very auspicious festival in India. Hindus and Jains celebrate it. Akshaya Tritiya falls on the Tritiya or third day in the month of Vishaka (May-June). Being an auspicious day, no Muhurta is required to perform Poojas or begin new ventures on this day. People of different zodiac […]

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Significance of Narasimha Jayanthi

What is Narasimha Jayanthi? The fourteenth day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing moon) in Vishakha (May-June) month is celebrated as Narasimha Jayanthi. Narasimha is Vishnu’s fourth incarnation who has the face of a lion and the body of a man. He slew the demon, Hiranyakashipu, on this day. Narasimha appeared during the twilight time on […]

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Siginificance of Swarna Gauri Vrata

Siginificance of Swarna Gauri Vrata

What is the importance of Goddess Gauri? Gauri is the divine Shakthi and the mother Goddess, who has many forms and is known in many names such as Parvati, Durga, Kali and others. The word Gauri means ‘white’, and the Goddess is regarded as a symbol of brilliance and auspiciousness, and as one who punishes […]

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How to Earn the Grace of Lord Shiva: One Good Act in Life

Once a doubt arose in the mind of none other than mother Parvati on an important issue, and she sought clarification directly from Lord Shiva on that. “Many are the devotees who visit sacred places like mount Kailash and Varanasi, take holy dips in sacred rivers like Ganga and Kaveri, pray to us and attain […]

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Why Lakshmi Kubera Homa is conducted on Aadi Perukku?

Lakshmi and Kubera Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. She is the universal mother and the supreme feminine power. She is also the divine consort of Lord Vishnu, the God of protection and preservation. Kubera is known variously as the Lord of the riches, owner of great treasurers, and even as the banker […]

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Diwali: An Occasion for Celebration

Diwali is a pan India festival. It is ‘Deepa Aavali’ which means the row of lamps and remains as the grand festival of lights. It is celebrated on Amavasya, the New Moon day occurring in the month of Kartik (October-November). In states like Tamilnadu, this corresponds to the Chaturdasi thithi, the 14th lunar day in […]

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Significance of Yama Deepam on Diwali Eve

There could hardly be people in India who do not know the significance of Diwali. Also known as Deepavali, this can very well qualify as perhaps the greatest of Indian festivals. This occasion involves grand celebrations all over the country, spanning over many days. There are legends associated with this festival when Gods and Goddesses […]

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