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Ashadha month

The glorious Ashadha month brings many beautiful festivals like- Jagannath Rath Yatra, Devshayani Ekadashi, Guru Purnima, Gauri Vrat, Jayaparvati Vrat, Kokila Vrat and Vyasa Puja. 

Yogini Ekadashi:

Yogini Ekadashi- A day dedicated to Lord Vishnu

Yogini Ekadashi is a highly auspicious festival dedicated to the commanding Lord Vishnu. The energies and blessings of Lord Vishnu protect from all the malicious forces and evil energies. Lord Vishnu is an integral part of the Hindu trinity or ...View More

Jagannath Rath Yatra:

About mighty Lord Jagannath

Jagannath Rathyatra is a glorious festival dedicated to the mighty Lord Jagannath. A mighty temple called Jagannath Puri Temple, an integral part of Char Dham is situated in Puri, Odisha, India. Lord Jagannath is a vital manifestation or eighth incarnation of Lor...View More

Guru Purnima:

Guru Purnima: An auspicious day dedicated to Lord Shiva

Guru Purnima is celebrated to observe the glories and pious energies of Lord Shiva. The mighty Shiva, also revered as the destructor of the universe, is deemed as the spiritual guru of the highest level. Lord Shiva is celebrated as Agi ...View More

Devshayani Ekadashi:

About the mighty Lord Vishnu

Devshayani Ekadashi is a notable festival devoted to the supreme deity Vishnu or the preserver of the universe. The imperial Lord Vishnu is the most celebrated deity in Hindu cosmology. He also forms an integral part of the great Hindu trinity, which includes Lor...View More

Gauri Vrat:

About mighty goddess Parvati

Gauri Vrat is a prominent occasion dedicated to the supreme goddess Parvati. The festival is primarily celebrated in Gujarat. Goddess Parvati is one of the most prominent goddesses in Hindu cosmology. The supreme goddess is the reincarnation of the goddess Sati, ...View More

Jayaparvati Vrat:

Jayaparvati Vrat: A fasting ritual dedicated to goddess Parvati's Jaya avatar

Jayaparvati vrat is an important festival dedicated to the mighty divinity Jayaparvati. Goddess Parvati nurtures life with harmony and abundance. She integrates stability and a glorious aura in marital life. The mi...View More

Kokila Vrat:

About mighty goddess Sati

Kokila vrat is a pious festival dedicated to the supreme goddess Sati. The mighty goddess Sati is one of the most revered divinities and wife of supreme Lord Shiva. She is glorified as a virtuous woman who holds high morals and principles. She is the daughter of the...View More

Vyasa Puja:

About supreme sage Ved Vyasa

Ved Vyasa is one of the prominent sages of Sanatana Dharma or Hinduism. He is the one who classified the Vedas, the most important religious texts devoted to the Hindu religion. Vedas describe the primary principles and glories of the Hindu religion. The imperial...View More