Lakshmi puja on Diwali should be worshipped at an auspicious muhurat only. The puja time should be followed as per the time and date of the state/country you are residing in. Diwali will be celebrated In 2018, Diwali will be on 7th
Diwali is one of the most popular and important festival of Hindus. It is a festival of wealth, joy and fervor. A festival of five days is celebrated on the Amavasya of Kartik month around the country with enthusiasm and joy. Commencing
Roop Chaturdashi is also known as Narak Chaturdashi, Narak Chaudas, Roop Chaudas and Narka Puja. Narak Chaturdashi is celebrated on Kartik Krishna Chaturdashi with worship of Lord Yamraj, the Lord of death. This year, Roop Chaturdashi will
Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi of Kartik month. In 2018, Hanuman Jayanti will be celebrated on 5th November. Devotees should wake up early in the morning, take bath and worship Lord Hanuman with devotion
Karwachauth fast is observed on the chaturthi of Kartik krishna paksha. This fast is observed by married females for the long and prosperous life of their husbands. During this year the festival of Karwa chauth will be celebrated on 27th
According to the mythology, Lord Dhanvantari appeared on the day of Dhanteras. In 2018, Dhanteras will be celebrated on 5th November on the Kartik Krishna Paksha. It is believed that Lord Dhanvantari the father of Ayurveda appeared on the
Karva Chauth Fast Karva Chauth fast is celebrated on Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha in Kartik month. Married women keep this fast and ask for their husband’s long life. Moon is worshipped on this day by married women. Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha
Saraswati is the Goddess of voice and knowledge. Knowledge is considered to be most important than everything in this world. It is believed that Goddess Laxmi, Goddess Kali and Goddess Saraswati reside in the same place. A proof for this
Papankush Ekadashi fast is observed on the Ekadashi of Shukla Paksha, Ashvin month. Lord Vishnu is worshipped on this day, In the year 2018, Papakunsha fast will be observed on 20th October. It is believed that by worshipping this fast a
Ahoi Ashtami fast is celebrated on Ashtami of Krishna Paksha during Kartik month. This fast is kept to pray for a husband and children. Ahoi Ashtami fast is kept on the days of Udaya Kalik and Pradosh Vyapini Ashtami. This fast is usually
Ramlila The 'Ramlila' is held during the nine days preceding Dussehra. It is an enactment of life of Lord Rama And Sita. Fairs are organised around the country to celebrate this festival and on the day of the Dussehra. Ravana is cremated
Performing puja for planet pacification during nine days of Navratri is considered to be very auspicious. This special puja eliminates all kind of sufferings and obstacles from life caused by malefic planets . Those who are inclined to
Goddess Lalita is one of the greatest power of ten mahavidyas. Observing Upang lalita fat is considered to be very auspicious for the devotees. In 2018, Upang Lalita fast will be observed on 13th October. Worshipping goddess Lalita on this
Saint Valmiki was one of the most popular sages of ancient times. He he is well known for his contributions in ancient literatures. The epic scripture, Ramayana was composed by him. This is the reason that the original Ramayana is
Vijayadashami, also known as Dussehra is celebrated with enthusiasm and fervour in the country every year. The festival of Vijayadasami is celebrated on the dashami Shukla paksha of Ashwin month . It is a festival that signifies victory of
There is a belief about Navratri that even the Gods worship goddess Durga, also known as Maa Shakti. In Navratri , the nine different forms of goddess Durga are worshipped. Goddess Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda,
In 2018, Kartik holy bath will commence from 24th October. With the commencement of Kartik month , the devotees starts performing religious ceremonies, take bath in the holy river, observe fasts and worship all the gods and goddess with
Sharad purnima is celebrated on the purnima of ashwin month . In 2018, sharad Purnima will be celebrated on 24th October. Sharad Purnima is also known as Kojagar Purnima and Ras purnima. In some states it is also observed as Komudi fast.
India is a land of Festivals and each of them have a great importance in hindu culture. All these fasts and festivals are celebrated all over India with great zeal and fervor. Among all the fasts and festivals, Navratri fast holds a place
“Navratri” as the name suggests is a festival of nine days and nine nights. During this period, the nine manifestations of Goddesses Durga are worshipped each day. These nine forms of the goddess is also known by the name of “Navdurga”.