Each day of the year has its own special importance in terms of fasts and festivals based on the Yogas that are created by Tithi, Nakshatra etc. From amongst these, Kokila Vrat is celebrated on the Purnima of Ashadh month. The Ashadh month

Sant Tukaram was a great devotee and a great saint. Immersed in Lord Krishnas’s devotion his birth gave a new dimension to the concept of devotion itself. He was a great poet too and was also the pioneer saint of the long-standing Bhakti

Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Ashwin month is known as Indira Ekadashi. This year, the fast of Indira Ekadashi will be concluded on 13 September 2020 on Sunday. Lord Indra is worshiped on the day of Indira Ekadashi. A fast is observed for

Traditionally Maheshwar Vrat will be observed on the Chaturdashi of Shukla Paksha of Falgun month. This year, Maheshwar Vrat will be observed on Saturday, 27 March 2021. Maheshwar is another name of Lord Shiva. Worshiping Lord Shiva on

Durga Puja festival is one of the famous fasts and festivals of Hindus. It is celebrated with great reverence and faith throughout India. Durga Puja represents the worship of such a power, which is responsible for the creation and

Each day in India is important in one way or the other. The combination of Tithi, Nakshatra and days lead to some form of festival, fast etc. All of this together reflects excitement and faith with devotion and strength. One amongst these

Navchandi is an element of energy. It is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess. The power and worship of Goddess Chandi is extremely useful to help a devotee reach his/her goal. Navchandi Puja is done in the form of a Yagya. Navchandi

Rang Panchami is celebrated on the day of Krishna Panchami of the month of Chaitra. On the occasion of this festival, many religious and colorful programs take place across the country. The festival of Rangpanchami is celebrated with great

Holashtak represents the period starting from Plalgun Shukla Ashtami till Plalgun Purnima. Auspicious work is forbidden in this period. Hola Ashtak means the eight days before Holi during which no auspicious and Manglik activities are

Madhavacharya's time period is said to be from 1199 to 1317. He was born in South India. Madhavacharya was a great visionary and philosopher. He provided the basis for Dwetvwad. Madhavacharya Ji understood the diverse ideologies of Sanatan

The full moon day of Paush Mah is celebrated as "Paush Purnima". The full moon of Paush month is considered very auspicious according to the Hindu calendar. On this full moon day, Lord Vishnu is worshiped. Satyanarayana Katha is read. It

Bhishma Dwadashi is celebrated on the Shukla Paksha of Magh month. A fast in the memory of Bhishma Pitamah is observed on this day. The Bhishma festival chapter of Mahabharata is recited on this day. Lord Krishna too is worshipped.

The festival of Shri Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha of Magh month. This festival is celebrated with a lot of joy and enthusiasm. This day is celebrated in different places in different forms. Saraswati Puja is

Chaturthi Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Magh month is celebrated as "Varad Kund Chaturthi". This Chaturthi is also known by other names such as Til, Kund, Vinayak etc. Lord Ganesha is worshiped on this day. Varad Chaturthi blesses one with all

Shakambhari Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day of Pausha month. Shakambari Mata is a form of Shakti. She is one of the various incarnations of Goddess Durga. Goddess Durga incarnated in the form of Shakambhari Mata for the welfare

Ramdas ji has a special place amongst all the saints in India. His knowledge and work guided several people. Even today people get enlightened by reading and listening to his narratives and books. The birth of Sant Ramdas was a very

Sheetla Shashti is observed on the day of Shashti. Mata Shashthi is worshiped for the well being and longevity of children. This fast has a lot of importance throughout India. Worshiping Mother Sheetla brings happiness and peace to the

Sri Ram Vivah is celebrated on the Panchami i.e the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha of Margashirsha month. It is believed that Lord Rama was married to Sita on this day. The "Ramayana" gives a beautiful description of Ram Vivah. It was a

According to Hindu calendar, Shashthi Tithi is celebrated as Skanda Shashthi. Shashti Tithi is the birth date of Lord Skanda. The Sasthi Tithi of Lord Skanda is celebrated with great enthusiasm in South India. In South India, Lord Skanda

The full moon that falls in Kartik month is known as "Kartik Purnima". The festival of Kartik Purnima is celebrated with enthusiasm throughout India. On this auspicious occasion, Puja recitations, religious rituals and programs are held in