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Republic Day of India | History, Significance and Images

Happy Republic Day

Republic Day has been celebrated in India every year on January 26, since 1950, to honor the date India’s Constitution came into effect. Republic Day is also known as R- Day public holiday. The Constitution of India, which was embraced by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949, was abolished on January 26, 1950. Indian’s was ruled by the Britishers for over 200 years and became independent from the British Raj rule following the Indian independence movement.

It is a national holiday that immortalizes the establishment of India’s Constitution. India got independence on August 14, 1947; at that time, India didn’t have a constitution, and Indian laws were based on the British established Government of India Act 1935.

On this Republic Day Parade is organize. It gets started from the Rashtrapati Bhavan gates and ends at India Gate. It also cover forth India’s defense capabilities, cultural and social heritage, and puts the diversity of the country in the limelight. The parade shows festivals according to the state wise.

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Happy Lohri | Happy Lohri Wishes, and Images

Happy Lohri

Lohri is the most important festival in north India. Sikhs and Hindus celebrate it. The festival means the end of winter and harvesting of the rabi crops. It comes every year on January 13. The first Lohri is considered very special for a newborn baby and newly married bride. They celebrate Lohri on a large scale because it the biggest festival of Punjabis.

Lohri Significance

For Punjab people, the festival of Lohri holds great significance as it marks the beginning of the harvest season of Rabi crops and the end of the winter season. It is celebrated by preparing a huge bonfire that symbolizes the Sun is bringing in warmth.

Lohri holds great importance as it marks the harvesting of the Rabi crops and winter days. The people pray to the Sun and the fire and thank them for the excellent harvest. All communities observe the day with different names.

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Happy Lohri Wishes

“Enjoy this Lohri to the fullest & share the sweetness of love with rewri, moongfali and popcorn with all and spread happiness.”

“May this Lohri fire burn all the moments of sadness and enlighten your world with warmth of joy, happiness and love,”

“This Lohri spread the message of peace and happiness with all.”

“On this festive season of Lohri, may God bless you with good health and lifelong companionship.”

“Play the Punjabi music and dance on the tunes of drum this Lohri and share smile & laughter with all.”

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“Hope this festive season brings joy to your heart and fulfills all your wishes on this auspicious occasion. Happy Lohri my love”

“May this Lohri bring the best opportunities your way, to explore every joy of life, turning all your dreams into reality and all your efforts into huge achievements. Happy Lohri”

“May this festival of zeal and verve fill your life with lots of energy and enthusiasm that will bring ultimate prosperity to you”.

“Hope this grand celebration of Lohri completes your life with utmost love and joy. Wish you a very Happy Lohri”

“Come let’s organize a small bonfire to celebrate the warmness of this beautiful festival and make this night memorable forever”.

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If you thinking sad then don’t be feeling sad because you are my best friends and I am coming to your home on this Lohri festival”.

The moon has come fully on the fest day, Smile comes on every face, Reason behind Lohri has come, Celebrate Lohri enjoy Lohri”.

We hope on this Lohri festival, You got connected with your friends, With your family, And May God give you a blessing for the future”.

Having a true friend in life is like a blessing. It’s an assurance that whatever the situation or challenge is we never have to face them alone”.

“God bless you with a lot of happiness & may God pour their love on your family on this Lohri”.

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Shri Sai Baba Images and साईं बाबा Blessing

Shri Sai Baba Images and साईं बाबा Blessing

Shirdi Shri Sai Baba Images Sai Baba is, also called Sai Baba of Shirdi, born 1838 died on October 15, 1918.

The name Sai Baba comes from sai, a Persian word used by Muslims to denote a holy person, and baba, Hindi for father.

Sai Baba’s early years are a mystery. Most accounts mention his birth as a Hindu Brahman and his subsequent adoption by a Sufi fakir, or mendicant. Later in life he claimed to have had a Hindu guru.

Sai Baba arrived in Shirdi, in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, about 1858 and remained there until his death in 1918.

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Shirdi

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Saibaba

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Om Sai Ram

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Happy Raksha Bandhan Quotes, Messages and Image

Happy Raksha Bandhan Quotes, Messages and Image

Raksha Bandhan Quotes

  • “Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet.”– Vietnamese Proverb
  • “Sometimes being a brother is even better than being a superhero”- Marc Brown
  • “My brother may not always be at my side but he is always in my heart” – Unknown
  • “A friend is a brother who was once a bother.” – Unknown

Raksha Bandhan Quotes

  • “Our brothers and sisters are there with us from the dawn of our personal stories to the inevitable dusk.” – Susan Scarf Merrell
  • “A sibling may be the keeper of one’s identity, the only person with the keys to one’s unfettered, more fundamental self.”– Marian Sandmaier
  • “My big brother still thinks he’s a better singer than me.”– Rod Stewart
  • “Children of the same family, the same blood, with the same first associations and habits, have some means of enjoyment in their power, which no subsequent connections can supply.”– Jane Austen

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Raksha Bandhan Quotes for Sister

Raksha Bandhan Quotes

  • “Having a sister is like having a best friend you can’t get rid of. You know whatever you do, they’ll still be there.”– Amy Li
  • “Being a big sister is to love your brother, even if he does not want it or love you in return.”- Unknown
  • A brother is a friend God gave you; a friend is a brother your heart chose for you. – Proverb
  • It snowed last year too: I made a snowman and my brother knocked it down and I knocked my brother down and then we had tea. – Dylan Thomas

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Raksha Bandhan Quotes for Brother

Raksha Bandhan Quotes

  • “There’s no other love like the love for a brother. There’s no other love like the love of a brother.” –Astrid Alauda
  • As we grew up, my brothers acted like they didn’t care, but I always knew they looked out for me and were there! – Catherine Pulsifer
  • It takes two men to make one brother. – Israel Zangwill
  • “It’s hard to be responsible, adult and sensible all the time. How good it is to have a sister whose heart is as young as your own.” Pam Brown

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Raksha Bandhan Quotes

  • Sisters annoy, interfere, and criticize. Indulge in monumental sulks, in huffs, in snide remarks. Borrow. Break. Monopolize the bathroom. Are always underfoot. But if a catastrophe should strike, sisters are there. Defending you against all comers. – Pam Brown
  • Bless you, my darling, and remember you are always in the heart – oh tucked so close there is no chance of escape – of your sister. – Katherine Mansfield
  • My sister taught me everything I really need to know, and she was only in sixth grade at the time. – Linda Sunshine
  • A sister is both your mirror – and your opposite. – Elizabeth Fishel

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Navratri 2019 29 सितंबर से 7 अक्टूबर तक 9 माता के स्वरूप

Navratri 2019 29 सितंबर से 7 अक्टूबर तक 9 माता के स्वरूप

Navratri 2019 हिंदू धर्म में बेहद महत्वपूर्ण है। नवदुर्गा नौ दिनों का त्योहार है। नवरात्रि साल में दो बार मनाई जाती है। जिसे शारदीय नवरात्रि और चैत्र नवरात्रि कहा जाता है। नवरात्रि भारत के उत्तरी राज्यों सहित अधिकांश क्षेत्रों में बहुत धूमधाम से मनाया जाता है। इस दिन, भक्त 2 दिनों के लिए जल्दी से आते हैं और माँ की चौकी स्थापित करते हैं।

Navratri के दो दिनों को पवित्र माना जाता है। इन दिनों घरों में लहसुन, प्याज, मांस और शराब से परहेज किया जाता है। जब शारदीय नवरात्रि, महाष्टमी, महानवमी, दुर्गा पूजा, दशहरा, विजयादशमी 2019- तिथि और तिथि कैलेंडर नवरात्रि शुक्ल पक्ष की प्रतिपदा से नवमी तक पहचानी जाती है।

शारदीय नवरात्रि को महानवरात्रि कहा जाता है। दशहरा मनाया जाता है। हिंदू शास्त्रों के अनुसार, दशहरे के दिन, मां दुर्गा ने महिषासुर का वध किया और भगवान राम ने लंका के राजा रावण की हत्या की।

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भारत में, यह त्योहार दुर्गा पूजा, दशहरा और विजयदशमी के नाम से मनाया जाता है। सितंबर शारदीय नवरात्रि 29 से शुरू होगी। दुर्गा अष्टमी 6 अक्टूबर को महाष्टमी है।दुर्गा नवमी 7 अक्टूबर को महानवमी है। दुर्गा पूजा 8 अक्टूबर को दशहरा दहन और विजयादशमी के साथ संपन्न होगी।

Navratri नौ देवी माँ के स्वरूप

प्रथम         Maa Shail Putri (माँ शैलपुत्री)
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द्वितीय        Maa Brahmachari (माँ ब्रह्मचारी)

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तृतीय        Maa Chandraghanta (माँ चंद्रघंटा)
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चतुर्थी        Maa Kushmanda (माँ कूष्मांडा)
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पंचमी        Maa Skanda Mata (माँ स्कंद माता )
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षष्ठी          Maa Katyayani (माँ कात्यायनी)
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सप्तमी       Maa Kal Ratri (माँ काल रत्रि)
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अष्टमी        Maa Mahagauri (माँ महागौरी)
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नवमी        Maa Siddhidatri (माँ सिद्धिदात्री)

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नवमी या दसवीं पूजा नौ दिनों के उपवास के बाद की जाती है। इस दिन कन्या पूजन को विशेष माना जाता है। नवरात्रि के पहले दिन, घटस्थापना के बाद, 2 दिनों के लिए, देवी दुर्गा की पूजा और व्रत का संकल्प लें। नवरात्रि के दौरान, माँ के लेख और जागृत करके भजन कीर्तन किया जाता है।

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नवमी पर किड लड़कियों की पूजा के साथ पूजा होती है ठीक उसी नवमी पर, विशेष रूप से बाल महिलाओं की आदत होती है और नवरात्रि के व्रत को हलवा, पूड़ी उन्हें अर्पित किया जाता है।

Navratri 2019 Ashtami Navami Dussehra Vijayadashami 2019 Calendar Dates

29 September, 2019- 29 सितंबर, 2019- नवरात्रि शुरू होती हैं, कलश स्थापन, कलश स्थापना, नवरात्रि

06 October- Durga Ashtmi, Maha Ashtmi, Ashtmi, Durga Mahashtami, Ashtami

07 October- Durga Navami, Maha Navami,Durga Navami, Mahanavami

08 October- Dusshera, Vijaydashmi

29 सितंबर, 2019- नवरात्रि शुरू होती हैं, कलश स्थापन, कलश स्थापना, नवरात्रि

06 अक्टूबर- दुर्गा अष्टमी, महा अष्टमी, अष्टमी, दुर्गा अष्टमी, अष्टमी

07 अक्टूबर- दुर्गा नवमी, दुर्गा नवमी, दुर्गा नवमी, महानवमी

08 अक्टूबर -दशहरा, विजयदशमी

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पूजा की विधि

नवरात्रि के पहले दिन पूजा विधि की स्थापना सबसे महत्वपूर्ण है, और यह दुनिया का प्रतीक हो सकता है और इसे घर की शुद्धि और समृद्धि के लिए एक पवित्र स्थान पर रखा जाता है।

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  1. अखंड ज्योति

नवरात्रि ज्योति घर और परिवार में शांति का प्रतीक है। इसलिए, यह आवश्यक है कि आप नवरात्रि पूजा की शुरुआत से पहले देसी घी का दीपक जलाएं। यह आपके आवास की नकारात्मक ऊर्जा को कम करने में मदद करता है और भक्तों के बीच मानसिक संतुष्टि को बढ़ाता है।

2.जौ बुवाई

नवरात्रि में घर में  की जाती है। यह माना जाता है कि जौ दुनिया की पहली फसल थी, इस प्रकार इसे हवन में भी चढ़ाया जाता है। वसंत ऋतु में आने वाली जौ भी पहली फसल है, जो चैत्र नवरात्रि के दौरान देवी को अर्पित की जाती है।

3. नया दिन भोग (9 बार प्रसाद)

प्रत्येक दिन एक देवी का प्रतिनिधित्व किया जाता है और प्रत्येक देवी को कुछ भेंट के साथ एक प्रसाद प्रदान किया जाता है। सभी नौ दिवसीय देवी-देवताओं के लिए नौ प्रकार के भोग इस प्रकार हैं:

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Day 1: Banana (केले)

Day 2: Desi Ghee produced from cow’s milk (देसी घी गाय के दूध से बने)

Day 3: Salted butter (नमकीन मक्खन)

Day 4: sugar (मिश्री)

Day 5: Kheer or milk ( खीर या दूध)

Day 6: Goods Poa (माल पोआ)

Day 7: Honey (शहद)

Day 8: jaggery or coconut (गुड़ या नारियल)

Day 9: Paddy Pudding (धान का हलवा)

4. दुर्गा सप्तशती दुर्गा सप्तशती शांति, समृद्धि, धन और शांति का प्रतीक है और नवरात्रि के 9 दिनों में दुर्गा सप्तशती का पाठ करना सबसे शुभ प्रयास माना जाता है ।

5 नौ दिनों तक नौ रंग शुभ और जुलूस के दौरान, लोग नवरात्रि के पूरे नौ दिनों में नौ अलग-अलग रंग पहनते हैं:

Day 1: Green
Day2 : gloomy
Day 3: Red
Day 4: orange
Day 5: yellowish
Day 6: Blue
Day 7: Purple
Day 8: Pink
Day 9: Golden color

6. कन्या पूजन कन्या पूजन एजेंटों (कन्या) की स्तुति करके मां दुर्गा को अलविदा कहने की आपकी विधि है। उन्हें फूल, इलायची, फल, सुपारी, मिठाई, श्रृंगार की वस्तुएं, वस्त्र, घर का बना भोजन (विशेषकर: हलवा, काला चना और पूड़ी) चढ़ाने की प्रथा है।

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अनुष्ठान के कुछ विशेष नियमबहुत सारे भक्त निचे दिए गए अनुष्ठानों का पालन करते हैं:

  1. प्रार्थना और उपवास चैत्र नवरात्रि समारोह का प्रतीक है। त्योहार के आरंभ होने से पहले, अपने घर में देवी का स्वागत करने के लिए घर की साफ सफाई करते हैं।
  2. सात्विक जीवन व्यतीत करते हैं। भूमि शयन करते हैं। सात्त्विक आहार करते हैं।
  3. उपवास करते वक्त सात्विक भोजन जैसे कि आलू, कुट्टू का आटा, दही, फल, आदि खाते हैं।
  4. नवरात्रि के दौरान, भोजन में सख्त समय का अनुशासन बनाए रखते हैं और अपने व्यवहार की निगरानी भी करते हैं, जैसे की
  • अस्वास्थ्यकर खाना (Junk Food) नहीं खाते।
  • सत्संग करते हैं।
  • ज्ञान सूत्र से जुड़ते हैं।
  • ध्यान करते हैं।
  • चमड़े का प्रयोग नहीं करते हैं।
  • क्रोध से बचे रहते हैं।
  • कम से कम 2 घंटे का मौन रहते हैं।
  • अनुष्ठान समापन पर क्षमा प्रार्थना का विधान है तथा विसर्जन करते हैं।

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Happy Children’s day Why children’s day is celebrated?

Happy Children’s day Why children’s day is celebrated?

November 14 is celebrated as Happy Children’s Day (also called Bal Diwas) in our country and the occasion also commemorates the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India.

As the colleges and colleges gear up to celebrate this afternoon, here is all you need to
learn more about the history, significance, and significance of this occasion.

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Why children’s day is celebrated in India?

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November 14 is the birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Bal Diwas, in Hindi or children’s Day, is a day when Students across colleges appreciate various activities, participate in other pursuits and debates. Pandit Nehru is called Chacha Nehru’.

The most reason behind the coinage of the term for him was his passion for children. It was because of his special love towards kids He came to Be known as the favorite uncle or Chacha for the children of the country.

November 14 is marked as Children’s Day to commemorate the freedom fighter the guy and the first Prime Minister of a free India. Before his death, Children’s Day, India was able to celebrate  Together with the entire world on November 20.

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After Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru’s death in 1964, it was determined unanimously to commemorate his birth anniversary. On this day, gifts and chocolates are distributed
Among children, while schools organize different events. It is also a frequent practice to distribute gifts like clothing, toys, and books to orphan children on this day.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had once said, “The children of Now is likely to create the India of tomorrow. The way we deliver them up will determine the future of this nation”. Nehru was famously Considered the’future of the nation’ and was fondly called as Chacha Nehru.

“The kids of today will make the India of tomorrow. How we bring them up will determine the future of the nation,” he exclaimed once. He always emphasized the education of children and played a major role in the establishment of schools in the country that is still considered one of the very best in the country.

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After his passing in 1964, his birth date, November 14, was decided to be celebrated as Children’s The day every year. On this day, schools and colleges organize various Programs such as plays, contests, cultural events, etc., and sweets, books,
stationery, and other presents are distributed to kids.

Also, November 20 is renowned since the Universal Children’s Day, as declared by the United Nations. The day is a reminder That Each child deserves an education, Nurturing and the best of everything. They are the building blocks of the

The country and thus, the future of this country depends on how well they’re attracted up. To individuals that are currently an adult, maintain the child inside you alive!

When was the first children’s day celebrated?

The first Children’s Day in India was celebrated in November 1964. Since 1959, the World Children’s Day Has Been celebrated on 20th November Annually Declared the UN adoption of Declaration of the Rights of the Child, 1959.

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After the death of Jawaharlal Nehru in May 1964, it was determined unanimously to celebrate Children’s Day on 14th November in India every year commemorating the
birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru, who had been very much fond of kids. Ever since that day that the Children’s Day is celebrated on 14th November Each Year.

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Children’s day is celebrated every year with lots of Coordinated programs including fun and cultural activities all over India. Government and non-government organizations, schools, NGOs, private bodies and another conduct number of competitions in addition to occasions for the kids to allow them to understand their rights and make them happy and cheer.

TV channels also demonstrate interesting programs for the kids on the 14th of November. Parents Participate in this event quite enthusiastically to Make their kids happy; they disperse presents, greeting cards for their sons and brothers. They move on a picnic, long drive and enjoy the day with a party.

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HOW TO CELEBRATE CHILDREN’S DAY?

  • Children are distributed gifts and chocolates.
  • Varieties of contests are organized like an elaborate dress, Debates, speech related to the freedom fighters, nation, storytelling, and quizzes.
  • Cultural and societal programs like dancing, singing and Entertaining with additional musical instruments.
  • Orphan children can be entertained by distributing the
  • Organizing some programs related to the freedom fighters. Organizing some game actions including puzzle, candy, and Sugar treasure search and etc.
  • Underprivileged kids are amused by coordinating  Musical applications by famous musicians and speech on health, maintenance and progress.

Importance of Children’s day in India

Indian freedom fighter and the first Prime Minister of India- Pandit Jawaharlal
Nehru. Pt. To be able to build a strong nation we have to instill good values in our kids providing they care and love; guiding them through thick and thin till they become strong and confident enough to contribute to building the nation.

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The day reminds us of the significance of well being of our Kids for the nation as well as society. It also reminds us responsible citizens of India; to not differentiate between children based on their own, caste, religion, ethnicity or social and financial standing.

It educates us to protect our children, nourish and nurture them; providing them instruction, opportunity to grow and great health. Many social activists and non-government organizations Arrange events in the slum areas of large cities.

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Guru Nanak Dev ji When is Guru Nanak’s Birthday?

Guru Nanak Dev ji When is Guru Nanak’s Birthday?

Guru Nanak Sahib, the founder of Sikhism and the first Sikh Guru, Was Made on 15th April 1469 in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi at the current district of Shekhupura (Pakistan), Nanakana Sahib.
In India, this afternoon may also be known as Guru Nanak Gurpurb. It is a gazetted holiday in many nations and Indian stocks, bonds, and currency markets are closed.
The Birthday of Guru Nanak Sahib falls upon Kartik Puranmashi, the full moon day of this month Kartik (usually November).

Guru Nanak’s Birthday Tuesday, 12 November 2019

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Who was Guru Nanak?

Guru Nanak’s religious ideas developed from both Hindu and Islamic thought, but are more than a simple synthesis. Nanak was an original spiritual thinker and he voiced his thoughts and ideas in poetry which forms the basis of Sikh scripture. Little is known about the life of Nanak, however, it is accepted that Nanak was born approx. 40 miles from Lahore in modern-day Pakistan) in 1469.

Sikh traditions teach that his birth and early years have been marked with several events which revealed that God had marked him out for something special and was keeping an eye on him.

This is one of the Key sacred festivals in Sikh community and Sikhs celebrate Gurupurav all over India, and notably in the Shrine (Gurdwara) representing the House of Baba Kalu (Father) and Mata Tripta (Mother) called Gurdwara Janam Asthan, situated at Rai-Bhoi-di-Talwandi at the present district of Shekhupura (currently Nanakana Sahib in Pakistan).
Sikhs from all around the world gather here and observe the Gurupurav annually with great dedication and enthusiasm.

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Birth and early life Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Birth and early life Guru Nanak Dev Ji (he was named Nanak following his sister, Nanki) was born on October 20, 1469, into a household of the Hindu Bedi Khatri clan, from the village of Rāi Bhōi dī Talvaṇḍī, now called Nankana Sahib (after the Guru), near Lahore, Pakistan.

Today, his birthplace is marked by Gurdwara Janam Asthan. His dad, Kalyan Das Bedi, also referred to as Mehta Kalu, has been the patwari (accountant) of harvest earnings for the village of Talwandi under the Muslim landlord of the village, Rai Bular, who was responsible for collecting taxes. Guru Nanak’s mother was Tripta Devi, and he had one older sister, Nanaki.

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Union and family life

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Guru Nanak Dev ji was married to Sulakhni. His marriage took place. The marriage celebration had come to the town of Sultanpur Lodhi. He had two sons from this marriage: Sri Chand and Lakhmi Chand. The elder son was a profoundly religious man and based a sect known as Udasi. He’s known as Baba Sri Chand in Sikhism.

The term Baba describes the respectful title given to an elder. The younger son was immersed in worldly life. However, Guru Nanak didn’t nominate either of his sons. Sri Chand dwelt a long life. Upon the passing of Sri Chand, his pagri (emblem of series ) was sent to the sixth Sikh Guru, Har Gobind. The udasis, or Chairman of Sri Chand, continued to remain in the fold of Sikhism.

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11 facts about Guru Gobind Singh

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1. A Leader 

Gobind Rai, who would later be called as Guru Gobind Singh, was born into the ninth Guru of Sikhism, Guru Teg Bahadur and Mata Gujri at Patna Sahib or Takht Sri Patna Sahib (now in Patna).

2. SON OF A MARTYR

He was only nine when he turned into the Tenth Sikh Guru. He ascended after his father Guru Teg Bahadur admitted martyrdom at the palms of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb to shield the Kashmiri Hindus.

3. SCHOLAR AND WARRIOR

As a child, Guru Gobind Singh discovered many languages including Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi, Braj, Gurmukhi, and Persian. He also discovered martial arts to become proficient in combat.

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4. TO THE HILLS

Guru Gobindji’s hometown was the city of Anandpur Sahib from the current Rupnagar district at Punjab. He left the town due to a scuffle with Bhim Chand and proceeded to Nahan, a place in the hills of Himachal Pradesh, after an invitation of Mat Prakash, the king of Sirmur.

5. PREACHING IN HILLS

By Nahan, Guru Gobind Singh jumped to Paonta, a city with all the river Yamuna in South Sirmur, Himachal Pradesh. There, he founded the Paonta Sahib Gurudwara and preached concerning the Sikh principles. Paonta Sahib remains an important pilgrim site for Sikhs. Guru Gobindji also wrote texts and had a significant number of followers within three decades, the time he spent.

6. A FIGHTER

In September 1688, at the age of 19, Guru Gobind Singh fought the Battle of Bhangani contrary to an allied force of Bhim Chand, Garwal king Fateh Khan along with other local kings of the Sivalik Hills. The battle was lost. The Guru came out victorious. A description of this battle is found at Bichitra Natak or Bachittar Natak, a part of the Dasham Granth, which can be a spiritual text attributed to Guru Gobind Singh.

7. RETURN TO HOME

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In November 1688, Guru Gobind returned to Anandpur, which became famous as Chak Nanaki, agreeing upon an invitation by the dowager queen of Bilaspur.

8. FOUNDER OF KHALSA

On March 30 in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh gathered his followers into his house in Anandpur. He asked for a volunteer to forfeit his mind because of his brothers. Daya Ram offered his mind along with the Guru took him inside a tent and emerged with a bloody sword.

He again asked for a volunteer and repeated the feat. This went on for three more times. At last, Guru emerged from the tent together with all the five volunteers and five headless hens were located in the tent. These five Sikh volunteers were named as Panj Pyaare or’five loved ones’ from the Guru.

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The five volunteers were Daya Ram, also known as Bhai Daya Singh; Dharam Das, also known as Bhai Dharam Singh; Himmat Rai, also known as Bhai Himmat Singh; Mohkam Chand, also Called Bhai Mohkam Singh; and Sahib Chand, also Called Bhai Sahib Singh. They had been the very first Sikhs.

9. KHALSA, THE MEANS OF LIFE

In the gathering of 1699, Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa Vani -“Waheguru Ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji ki Fateh”. He named his followers all with the title Singh, meaning lion. He also founded the principles of Khalsa or the Five’K.

The five’K’s are the five principles of life which should be followed by a Khalsa. These include Kesh or hair, which means to make the hair uncut to show acceptance to the shape God intended people to be; Kangha or wooden spoon, as a symbol of cleanliness.

Kara or iron bracelet, as a marker to remind a Khalsa of self-restraint; Kacchera or knee-length shorts, to be worn out with a Khalsa to be constantly prepared to enter battle on horseback; and Kirpan, a sword to defend oneself and also the bad, the weak and the oppressed from all religions, castes and creeds.

10. FIGHTING THE MUGHALS

After continued conflicts with Garwali and Mughal leaders, Guru Gobind Singh wrote a letter to Aurangzeb in Persian, which was later famously named as Zafarnama or the Epistle of Victory, reminding him of the misdeed that the Mughals had completed to the Sikhs. He fought against the Mughals afterward in the battle of Muktsar in 1705.

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Ganesh Chaturthi 2019 How to Celebrate? 

Ganesh Chaturthi 2019 How to Celebrate? 

Ganesh Chaturthi, in Hinduism festival marking the birth of this elephant-headed deity Ganesha, the god of wisdom and prosperity. It starts on the fourth afternoon (Chaturthi) of the month of Bhadrapada (August–September), the sixth month of the Hindu calendar.

What is Ganesh Chaturthi?

At the start of the festival, idols of Ganesha are put on elevated platforms in homes or elaborately decorated outdoor tents. The worship begins a ritual to invoke life in the idols, with the pranapratishtha, followed by shhodashopachara, or the 16 methods for paying tribute.

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Amid the chanting of hymns from spiritual texts such as the Ganesh Upanishad, the idols are anointed with red paste and yellow and red flowers. Ganesha can be provided coconut, jaggery, and 21 modaks (sweet dumplings), regarded as Ganesha’s favorite food.
At the close of the festival, the idols are carried to local rivers in enormous processions accompanied by drumbeats, devotional singing, and dancing.

There they’re immersed, a ritual representing Ganesha’s homeward journey to Mount Kailas–the abode of his parents, Shiva and Parvati. Once the British forbidden political assemblies, the nationalist chief Bal Gangadhar Tilak revived the festival. The festival is famous in Hindu communities and is particularly well known in Maharashtra and parts of western India.

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Dates of Ganesh Chaturthi 2019-2024

 

गणेश चतुर्थी 2019

2 सितंबर

मध्याह्न गणेश पूजा – 11:05 से 13:36

  चंद्र दर्शन से बचने का समय- 08:55 से 21:05 (2 सितंबर 2019)

चतुर्थी तिथि आरंभ- 04:56 (2 सितंबर 2019)

चतुर्थी तिथि समाप्त- 01:53 (3 सितंबर 2019)

Ganesh Chaturthi 2019

2 September Monday

Ganesh Puja – 11:05 to 13:36

Time to avoid Chandra Darshan – 08:55 to 21:05 (2 September 2019)

Chaturthi Date Start – 04:56 (2 September 2019)

Chaturthi Date ends – 01: 53 (3 September 2019)

Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 22nd September, Saturday

Ganesh Chaturthi 2021 10th September, Friday

Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 31st August, Wednesday

Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 19th September, Tuesday

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How to Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi 2019?

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Ganesh Chaturthi is considered an important festival in the region of Maharashtra and is celebrated for seven to ten times when the whole state is decorated with lights. In Mumbai, on the first day of this festival, the Pooja begins with all the idol being retained within a pedestal that symbolizes a throne.

The most prominent immersion takes place on Chowpatti Beach, situated at a distance of 1km from Marine Drive. During the immersion, enormous crowds flock the shore to watch the expansive Visarjan. These processions begin in the morning and last until late at night. Along with these, there are celebrations. Many community pujas or celebrations will also be held in almost every locality of the city.

Rituals of Ganesh Chaturthi

A priest performing the rituals and Puja specializing in the idol follows this. Then, he dips the idol in water that is sacred.

Modak, a candy made of sweetened rice and coconut flour, is subsequently offered to the deity along with incense and flowers. For the rest of the days, the idol of worshipped with Ganesh Stuti and devotional songs in the evening and afternoon. People put in idols of Lord Ganesh inside their houses.

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It is thought that god returns to his celestial abode after ten days of Ganesh Chaturthi parties. The town witnesses excellent vigor and excitement for its farewell procession in which the idol of Lord Ganesha is carried from the devotees. A lot of singers, dancers, acrobats, priests, and various onlookers accompanies the procession.

Sweets, coconuts, flowers, and Aarti are provided to the idol prior to immersion in the Arabian Sea. This ritual is known as Ganesh Visarjan’ and also the immersion of Lord Ganesha and the procession flock the road together with the sinking,’Ganapati Bappa Morya’ (famous slogan praising Lord Ganesha).

Names of Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi is known by different names. In north India Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindi: गणेश चतुर्थी, Gujarati: ગણેશ ચતુર્થી, ) is popular, in Maharashtra the festival is also known as Ganeshotsav (Marathi: गणेशोत्सव). In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the name Vinayaka Chavithi (Telugu: వినాయక చవితి) and in Tamil Nadu Vinayaka Chaturthi (Tamil: விநாயக சதுர்த்தி) is popular. Whatever be the name, the spirit and enthusiasm of Ganesh Chaturthi remain the same throughout the country.

History Behind Ganesh Chaturthi

The origin of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Mumbai is traced right back to Shivaji, the Maratha ruler. It was he who pioneered the festival to instill nationalistic feelings and promote cultural harmony in his subjects.

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People from all communities engaged in it and the festival transformed into a spiritual in addition to a social function, thus playing a vital role in unifying the Indians and reviving the spirit of oneness. The festival was frequently used a moderate to deliver inspirational speeches and thus excite individuals to fight against the British rule.

Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most awaited festivals in Mumbai. Hope this article helps you imbibe the spirit of the festival in Mumbai.

What’s Ganesh Chaturthi known as Danda Chauth

Ganesha can also be considered to be the giver of Riddhi-Siddhi and wisdom. It’s believed that beneath this Guru Shishya tradition, Vidyadhyayana was started from this particular day. On this day children also play with sticks. Because of this, it is likewise called Danda Chauth in some regions.

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Dussehra Festival in India Dussehra 2019

Dussehra Festival in India Dussehra 2019

Dussehra is among the most Indian festivals that signify the victory of good over evil, it’s observed on the tenth day of Navaratri. This festival is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Lord Rama over the demon Ravana. Dussehra date 2019 Tuesday,8 October
This sacred festival is the event to maintain the highest regard, the virtues of Lord Rama, who are thought to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Dussehra reinforces devotees’ vows to follow the path and deeds of Lord Rama.
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The legend behind Dussehra Festival

The legend supporting Dussehra FestivalThe pious Hindu epic Ramayana unfolds the legendary tale of Lord Rama winning his beloved wife Sita, who had been abducted by demon Ravana, the emperor of all Lanka.

According to Hindu mythology, Shoorpnakha, the sister of Ravana, fell in love with Rama and Lakshmana (Rama’s younger brother) and wanted to marry anyone of those. After being denied by both, she threatened them to kill Sita. Lakshamana, in anger, cut on her nose and ears. This lead to Ravana abducting Sita to take revenge for the sister. Lord Hanuman and a huge army of reptiles aided the brothers.

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There is also a reference connected to the party of the Dussehra festival at the fantastic epic Mahabharata. With different unique weapons, Pandavas fought several wicked forces. These five brothers abandoned their weapon and left to one-year exile.

After returning from exile, they found their weapons below the Shami tree where they’d buried them before heading off to exile. Pandavas worshipped the tree before their struggle where they appeared victoriously. This legend is also memorialized at the time of the Dussehra Festival.

Rituals Performed During Dussehra

Dussehra is regarded as an auspicious time to worship instruments utilized to earn an income. This consists of cars and laptops! According to the legend at the epic Mahabharata, his weapons were hidden by Arjun in a tree and safely retrieved them, when he returned a year later, on the day of Dussehra.

Then he worshiped the weapons, along with the tree. Ravan is depicted as with 20 limbs and 10 heads. He thought of as symbolizing the poor or negative emotions that exist in people.

According to mythology, King Mahabali advised Ravan to eliminate his negative emotions. He refused, asserting that they were very important to him to remain complete. Ravan’s inability contributed to his final destruction as our head controls our fate.

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How to celebrate Dussehra 2019 in Different states

Subsequently, on Dussehra, huge effigies of the demon Ravan are burned around India. Watch the Ravan effigies being created in Delhi. The way the Festival is Celebrated
India, plays, and dance performances are known as Ramaleela, depicting the life span of Rama, commonly take place in the lead around Dussehra day. These shows are particularly big in Varanasi and Delhi. Don’t miss these 5 Popular Delhi Ramlila Shows.

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Celebrating Dussehra at Bastar, Chhattisgarh

Dussehra is the most important festival in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh. This Dussehra party also has nothing to do with the triumphant return of Lord Ram into Ayodhya. It’s devoted entirely to the goddess. The festival is thought to have been started in the 15th century by Maharaj Purushaottam Deo, the 4th Kakatiya ruler of Bastar.

It works for 75 days and is often referred to as the prettiest festival in the world. All the region’s major tribes, brightly dressed in traditional attire, are included. Rare rituals make it especially fascinating. A number of them are rather rigorous (such as a girl swinging on a bed of thorns and a youth buried shoulder-deep at a pit for 2 days).

Mediums possessed by the regional deities roam eerily on the streets, and there is much energetic dancing and drumming. Numerous deities are brought from various parts of Bastar, and a massive chariot is pulled through the roads by over 400 individuals as well.

The world’s earliest Ramlila functionality has been running for almost 200 decades. Ramleela takes place over a month each year.

Celebrating Dussehra at North India

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Dussehra is commonly distinguished by flaming the effigies of Ravana, Meghanatha, and Kumbhakarna. With this burning off, the drama Ramleela, showing the story of Ramayana, also comes to an end. Generally, there is a fete organized for its people. Three people enacting Rama, Lakshamana and Sita sitting on a chariot, pass through the crowd. The artist doing Rama’s role aims the arrow to burn off all the 3 effigies separately.

Celebrating Dussehra at South India

Dussehra is celebrated in a manner in the Southern part of India. On this festive day, dolls and toys are decorated in most of the homes. This ritual had commenced from the abode of emperors in the erstwhile era. This afternoon is famous as Gombe Habba in South India. In olden times, Dussehra was restricted to the people. But it gained esteem with time and reached to the common individuals as well.

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Celebrating Dussehra in Gujarat

The people of Gujarat build and dancing each night during Navaratri. Several contests are held on the Dussehra festival and men and women perform a unique Gujarati dance’ Garba’ on devotional songs. This dancing continues until late at night. In a variety of places, this dance continues even until the break of dawn. Women wear their finest clothes and decorate earthen pots attractively.

Celebrating Dussehra at Mysore

In Mysore, cultural performances and many fairs are coordinated. The parade of guards and elephants sitting on horseback, escort Goddess’ idol. This parade is the highlight of Dussehra at Mysore’s ten-day celebration.

In Mysore, in addition to cultural performances and temples, the highlight of the 10-day Dussehra party is a grand parade of decorated elephants and guards mounted on horseback to escort the goddess through the city.

Celebrating Dussehra at Kullu

In Kullu, goddess deities are carried around on colorful chariots, and there are much dancing and revelry. Back in Kullu, chariots are embellished with hues. Goddess deities are taken about on those beautiful chariots and people dance with joy and elation to rejoice Dussehra’s day.

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Celebrating Dussehra at Delhi: Over 1,000 Ramlila Shows

Dussehra and Navaratri celebrations in Delhi’s principal quality is that the Ramlila performances which take place in the evenings all. The plays reenact scenes from the much-adored Hindu epic The Ramayana. They tell the life story of Lord Ram, culminating with his burning and defeat of the demon Ravan on the day, Dussehra. Lots have remarkable theatrics and fireworks, and of the performances are still moving hi-tech Nowadays.

Celebrating Dussehra at Coorg, Karnataka An All-Night Street Party

Another popular neighborhood Dussehra festival in Karnataka, Madikeri Dasara celebrations kick off with ritualistic karada folk dances from four temples. The rituals are dedicated to Goddess Draupadi, an incarnation of Goddess Mariamma and spouse of the five Pandava brothers at the epic The Mahabharata.

The highlight happens on the ninth night of this festival, once the town is taken over by an uproarious parade of 10 hi-tech floats comprising mechanical figures of gods, goddesses, and demons. Each sets on a watch and ear-popping screen, in the hope of winning a prize.

The party continues well into the morning on Dussehra, eased by the thunderous blasting of dancing music through loudspeakers. The festival used to have royal patronage, similar to Mysore Dasara, but now it’s just a massive celebration for the people.

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Diwali 2019 the Festival of lights on 27th October 2019

Diwali 2019 the Festival of lights on 27th October 2019

Diwali 2019 for the year is celebrated on Sunday, October 27. Diwali or Deepavali, also known as that the”Festival of Lights,” is your biggest festival at the Hindu calendar, celebrated in the early fall of every year.

Spiritually, Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. As the term”Festival of Lights” indicates the party involves countless lights illuminated from rooftops doors, and windows in tens of thousands of buildings and temples all over the countries where the festival is observed.

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What is Diwali or Deepavali?

The word”Deepavali” signifies that”a row of lights” in India, and its origins were likely as an ancient harvest festival. Today it is the”festival of lights,” attached to various mythical tales, especially tales about Lakshmi, the goddess of riches.
The date of Deepavali on the new moon makes it the strangest night in the month of Kartik when the nights are cold, long, and dark all the lights make that darkness easier to endure. Diwali is generally a four- or five-day event, beginning two weeks before the new moon and extending two weeks afterward.
It is traditionally a pooja, or even a party that worships honors, and reveals a devotion to the divine. In India, while everybody celebrates Deepavali, people do not collect in people, but instead in tiny groups with their friends and families in homes, neighborhoods, and local temple communities.

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In the diaspora, all the countries in the world out of the Indian subcontinent where Indian individuals have settled, Diwali is regarded as a public party open to Hindus and anyone else.

Diwali holds significance not only in Hinduism but also in Sikhism who celebrates the release of their sixth Guru Hargobind. To Sikhs, it is known as Bandi Chhor Divas. The Jains celebrate it because the day when Lord Mahaveer, the last Tirthankara, attained Nirvana or Moksha.

History and Origin of Diwali

The Diwali festival dates back to the earlier interval in India. It’s mentioned in Sanskrit texts dating from the fifth century CE but was probably practiced for several hundreds of years before that.

The festival is some Buddhists, Sikhs, and also observed by Jains, although significant for Hindus. While different historic events have been observed in different regions and by different faiths, Diwali signifies the triumph of light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance for all the cultures that celebrate it.

Hindu Puranas tells Deepawali’s deep history. According to the scriptures, when wicked power increases on this planet, Lord Vishnu comes to the ground shooting incarnations to conquer the evil power.

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Inside this order, the Rama and Krishna Avatars had been taken by Vishnu. Events of their success are commemorated by lighting Diyas. Diyas are symbolic of the early period when earthen-ware utilized. Choti Diwali 2019 or Kali Chaudas can also be called Hanuman Puja or Narak Chaturdashi drops on the 26th of October 2019, on Saturday.

The second day of Diwali festival is the Naraka Chaturdasi which denotes the victory of Lord Krishna along with his married girl Satyabhama over demon Naraka.

Diwali 2019 is well known in Benaras and each 1 over the country on the Amavasya of Hindu Month of Kartik along with other Individuals whole-heartedly worship Lakshmi (the divinity of riches) for satisfying their desires. Main Diwali (or Lakshmi Puja or Diwali Puja on 27th of October 2019, on Sunday).

The Story of Goddess Lakshmi

It’s regarded the Goddess Lakshmi was created for discovering the beverage of immortality out of the sea when the churning of the sea went by deities and demons, known as Amrit.
Consequently, the Diwali contest is well known to memorialize the source of this divinity Lakshmi.
Folks do Lakshmi Puja on Diwali to push the darkness of bad spirits and also get lots of riches and blessings. Everybody prepares their puja thali following the sunset character, ghee diya, camphor and following puja they disperse prasad to one another.

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They swap gifts to one another on this particular day and most men, women, and children visit the temple in apparel, visit fairs, see with relatives in addition to friends.

On this occasion, Bos taurus is also adorned and adored by villagers since they are sensitive to provide a monetary advantage.
Cows are especially worshipped and adorned on this very day as they’re thought to be the embodiment of Goddess Lakshmi. In Bengal, worshipping Goddess Kali, the violent and fearful look of Durga celebrates the Diwali festival.

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Diwali Lakshmi Puja 2019 Auspicious Muhurat, Time and Vidhi

Lakshmi Puja Muhurta – Evening from 7:15 to 8:36
Diwali Ganesh Lakshmi Puja Time – One Hour 20 Minutes
Pradosh Kaal – 6:04 pm to 8:36 pm
Taurus Period – 7:15 to 9:15 pm

दिवाली लक्ष्मी पूजा 2019 शुभ मुहूर्त, समय और विधान
लक्ष्मी पूजा मुहूर्त – शाम 7:15 से 8: 36 दिन तक
गणेश लक्ष्मी पूजा का समय – एक घंटा 20 मिनट
मंत्र प्रदोष काल – शाम 6:04 से रात 8:36 बजे तक से रात्रि 9:15 बजे तक

Diwali Laxmi Choghadiya Puja 2019 Muhurta
Afternoon auspicious Puja Muhurta – from 1:48 to 3:13
Evening auspicious, Amrit, Char Puja Muhurta – 6:04 to 10:48

लक्ष्मी चोगड़िया पूजा 2019 मुहूर्त शुभ मुहूर्त
दोपहर 1:48 से 3: 13 बजे तक शुभ, अमृत, चार पूजा मुहूर्त – 6:04 से 10:48

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The Five Days of Diwali

Diwali might be 5 days that straddles the stage of the moon. Though widely observed across All India, the times might have distinct names and also have additional meanings in certain areas of India, There’s enough commonality to briefly describe all those times.
Dhanteras

Happy Dhanteras

That can be an auspicious evening along with a blessed day for obtaining the dearly-won product, that it is also daily to consider charity for people wealthy.

Choti Diwali

Happy Choti Diwali

Marking the coming end of this year in certain areas of India, habits on this afternoon are all about cleaning the slate before the beginning of a brand new year and eliminating anything bad. Folks stand up the wash and early and set on fresh or clean clothing.

Diwali

happy Diwali 2019

The day is celebrated on the moon in Kartik. In the majority of parts of all India, this is the main day of this festival and will be the final day of this year in several areas of India.
On this particular day, Lord Rama rescued his wife, Sita, by the demon Ravana and returned home afterward together exile. Candles place unit supposed to observe his end, and also to light his way home after the conflict.
On the day, it can look like the whole of India is lit by explosions as individuals set off several fireworks.

Govardhan Puja

Happy Govardhan Puja

The fourth day of Diwali is also the Principal day of this twelve month inside the Vikram Samvat calendar and ought to likewise be known as Pratipada, Govardhan Puja or Annakut.
Annakut indicates that’mountain of food’, that will be a giveaway that now is all about feasting.
Tradition has it that on this particular day, Lord Krishna raised Govardhan Hill to provide shelter from torrential rains to nearby villagers.
Today, Hindus prepare a fantastic deal of meals and take it into the temples to observe the beginning of this twelvemonth and supplies due to avatar because of his benevolence.

Bhai Booj

Happy Bhai Dooj

The fifth day of Diwali is also the Bhai bhoj festival of brother and sister. This day celebrates the connection between sister and brother.

Dates for Diwali 2019 to 2025
2019: Sunday, October 27 (starts on October 25, ends on October 29)
2020: Saturday, November 14 (November 12–16)
2021: Thursday, November 4 (November 2–6)
2022: Monday, October 24 (October 22–26)
2023: Wednesday, November 7 (November 5–9)
2024: Friday, November 1 (October 30–November 3)
2025: Tuesday, 21 October (October 19–23)

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