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10 Interesting Beliefs About Dead Souls in Hinduism

10 Interesting Beliefs About Dead Souls in Hinduism

There have always been many strange notions about dead souls, and different religions have their own beliefs about them. While some of these beliefs are frightening, some are funny, and others are plain weird. The fear of death and what comes after it is real for many people. In Hinduism, there are some interesting beliefs […]

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Pratyangira Devi Homam Benefits

Pratyangira Devi Homam Benefits

Goddess Pratyangira is associated with Shakti Devi and is one of the many forms of Adi Parashakti. She is the consort of Sharabeshwara (part animal and part bird form of Shiva). Pratyangira Devi is said to have the power to remove the effects of witchcraft and black magic. Fridays, Tuesdays, Sundays, Amavasya, and Ashtami days […]

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10 Amazing New Year’s Resolutions for Boosting Your Spiritual Life

10 Amazing New Year Resolutions for Boosting Your Spiritual Life

New Year’s resolutions are mostly about losing weight, giving up bad habits, etc., but we often neglect our spiritual side when making such resolutions. With each New Year, we are evolving as individuals, hopefully becoming better human beings in the process. This can happen only when we are in touch with our spiritual selves. So […]

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7 Spiritual Rituals to Observe in the New Year

7 Spiritual Rituals to Observe in the New Year

A New Year is waiting in the wings, and the old year is preparing to take a bow and leave the stage. We cannot know what the New Year holds for us, but all of us may want to mark the transition in a memorable way. Some throw a party while some draw up a […]

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108 Vada Mala – Pearl Necklace offering for Lord Hanuman

108 Vada Mala

Hanuman, the Ardent Devotee of Rama and Sita After all the struggles of locating the whereabouts of Sita, then marching with the army of monkeys and crossing the ocean to island Lanka, where she was kept in captivity, and then fighting a terrible war with Ravana and his vast army of mighty demons, Rama, his […]

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Ekadashi Food Recipes

Ekadashi Food Recipes

Ekadashi is the 11th day after Pournami or the full moon, and the 11th day after the new moon. Every month, there are two Ekadashi days. Many Hindus fast on Ekadashi as it is believed to be an auspicious day that can bring them closer to God. To achieve closeness to the divine, the body […]

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The Significance of Chanting Shri Gurudev Datta

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Shri Gurudev Datta is a Mantra that is chanted to invoke Dattatreya, who is the incarnation of the three Hindu deities, Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu, in one single form. It means, ‘Praise to Lord Dattatreya’. Legend behind Dattatreya’s birth: Dattatreya was born to Sage Atri and his wife, Anasuya. Atri was born of Brahma. After […]

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Bharani Deepam lit in Tiruvannamalai

Bharani Deepam is a sacred lamp-lighting ceremony that is part of the 10-day Karthigai Deepam festival, which is celebrated in states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka. The Bharani Deepam is lit in a huge circular metal vessel or ‘kopparai’, which ‘has a capacity to hold about 2000 liters of ghee. It is […]

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The Great Story Behind Karthigai Deepam!

The Great Story Behind Karthigai Deepam

Karthigai Deepam is a traditional festival that is celebrated in Tamil Nadu, and it is also celebrated in nearby states like Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. It is an important festival for Tamils. Like Diwali, this is also a festival of lights, and in fact, is seen to be an extension of it from the […]

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10 Ways To Celebrate Diwali With A Difference

10 Ways To Celebrate Diwali With A Difference

If there is one month that all Hindus – young and old- look forward to with pleasure and anticipation, it has to be November. This is the month of Diwali or Deepavali, the festival of lights, which banishes the gloom and darkness that surrounds the world with its message of joy and auspiciousness. It is […]

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Purusha Sukta Homam to Eliminate Complications During Pregnancy

Purusha Sukta Homam to Eliminate Complications During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is an important and much-awaited event in a woman’s life. The prospect of welcoming a child into one’s life brings immense joy to the parents. Children, in most cultures, are regarded as blessings from God. Hence, the birth of a child is eagerly looked forward to. Different cultures prepare for the event in different […]

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Govardhan Puja Arti and Mantra – How to Celebrate This Day?

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Govardhan Puja is celebrated to worship Govardhan hill every year in October or November. The celebration happens after the next day of Diwali. This year it will be celebrated by the devotees on 15th November. Along with the Puja, the Annakut festival is also celebrated. Chhappan Bhog is prepared and offered to Govardhan Hill and […]

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