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Parsva Ekadasi

According to the Hindu religious calendar, Parsva Ekadasi is observed when the Moon is waxing in the month of Asvina. This particular Ekadashi is also regionally known as Vamana Ekadasi. The illimatable and legendary glories of this special [...]

Pratipada Shraddha

According to the Hindus religious scholar and pundits, Pitru Paksha is a period of 15 days. It is the right time for performing all types of religious pujas and rituals for the ancestors and forefathers with great devotion and dedication. The [...]


An interesting religious time of the year for all the Hindus is Bhadrapad, when the dark and bright fortnights are very clearly indicated in terms of numerous ritual related responsibilities toward ancestors or forefathers and the commencement [...]

Ganesh Visarjan

According to the Hindu tradition calendar from Bhadrapada Shudha Chaturthi to the Ananta Chaturdashi, Lord Ganesha is worshipped with dedication and devotion for 10 days by the Hindus. The term Ganesh Visarjan is from Marathi language where [...]

Anant Chaturdashi

Anant Chaturdashi falls in Bhadrapad Shukla Chaturdashi. It is observed religiously by the Hindus and Jains in India and Nepal. This particular festival marks the grand observances of Ganapati Visarjana and wearing of sacred silk thread that [...]


Onam is grandly observed by the Malayali Hindus in Kerala and rest of the world. It is a type of harvest festival with regional touch and tradition. It falls on the Thiruvonam Nakshatra in the month of Chingam as per the traditional Malayalam [...]

Radha ashtami

The birth day of Radha is grandly celebrated as Radhaashtami especially in the northern India and throughout the country, with full devotion, dedication and joy. It is to be highly noted that after 15 days of Janmashtami, Radha Ashtami is observed [...]

Rishi Panchami

Rishi Panchami is also known as Bhadrapada shudhha Panchami. This religious important day is the fifth day that is next day after the Ganesh Chaturthi day. According to the Hindu religious scholars and pundits, it is not a festive day but largely [...]

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi is grandly observed by all the Hindus in India and rest of the world with great devotion and dedication. This particular festival begins in Bhadrapada shukla chaturthi and ends in Anant Chaturdashi. As per the Georgian calendar, [...]

Hartalika Teej

In North Indian states, especially in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, Teej festivity is grandly observed with much fanfare by women. It is to be highly noted that there are three famous Teej(s) that are grandly celebrated [...]