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Chaitra month

Chaitra is the first month of the Hindu calendar that falls in March and April. The prominent Chaitra festivals are- Sheetala Ashtami, Papmochanki Ekadashi, Ranga Panchami, Ghatasthapana, Ugadi, Gudi padwa, Gangaur, Yamuna chhath, Rama Navami, Kamada Ekadashi, Hanuman Jayanti and Chaitra Purnima.  

Sheetala Ashtami:

About mighty goddess Sheetala

Goddess Sheetala is one of the powerful divinities and an important incarnation of goddess Parvati. Her name implies calmness or coolness. In this aspect, Goddess Parvati protects devotees from various diseases and disorders. 

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Papmochanki Ekadashi:

Papmochanki Ekadashi: A festival dedicated to the protector of the universe, Lord Vishnu

Lord Vishnu, also renowned as Narayana and God Hari, is a supreme deity of the Vedic realm. He is the preserver of the universe who protects the world from all the adverse energies and catastrophes. Migh...View More

Ranga Panchami:

About Ranga Panchami

Ranga Panchami is a glorious festival celebrated on Krushnapaksh Panchami of Chaitra month. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fortnight of the Chaitra month. In Ranga Panchami, deities in saviour aspects are celebrated. Ranga Panchami completes the holy festivity ...View More


About goddess Shakti

Ghatasthapana is a prominent festival dedicated to the supreme goddess Shakti. Shakti or Adi Shakti is the most revered and celebrated feminine energy in Hindu cosmology. She denotes the oldest manifestation of the great goddesses. Shakti is the power of the mighty Lord Sh...View More


About Lord Brahma and Ugadi festival

Ugadi festival is dedicated to mighty Lord Brahma. It marks the beginning of the new year in the Hindu lunar calendar. Ugadi is formed from two words: yuga means "age'' and adi implies "new beginning". Lord Brahma is deemed as the supreme creator of the u...View More


Gangaur: Festival dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati

Gangaur is a prominent festival dedicated to supreme Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Shiva also known as the God of destruction brings happiness and glory in life. The festival also greets devotees with the supreme blessings of...View More

Yamuna Chhath:

About goddess Yamuna

Yamuna Chhath is an auspicious festival dedicated to Goddess Yamuna. She is one of the most revered and holiest rivers in the Vedic world. She is the wife of the commanding Lord Krishna. The supreme lord Krishna in Ashta Bharya avatar is the consort of Yamuna. Goddess Y...View More

Rama Navami:

About Lord Rama

Lord Rama is one of the supreme godheads in the Vedic realm. He is the heroic deity mentioned gloriously in the great epic Ramayana. Lord Rama is the oldest God worshipped in the human aspect. The commanding lord Rama is a distinguished avatar of Lord Vishnu, the preserver of...View More

Kamada Ekadashi:

Kamada Ekadashi: a festival dedicated to Lord Vishnu

Lord Vishnu is the commanding deity revered on Kamada Ekadashi. Lord Vishnu brings glory, happiness and positive energies in devotees life. The Krishna aspect of Vishnu is widely revered in this festival. Lord Vishnu is esteemed as the pre...View More

Hanuman Jayanti:

About mighty Lord Hanuman

Lord Hanuman is one of the most significant and powerful godheads. He is cherished and widely revered as a vanara or a monkey-faced deity. Lord Hanuman is the symbol of power, energy and strength. He is known as one of the true and ardent devotees of mighty Lord Ram...View More

Chaitra Purnima:

Chaitra Purnima: A festival dedicated to mighty Lord Vishnu

Chaitra Purnima is a notable Chaitra festival dedicated to Lord Vishnu. He is an integral part of the trinity in Hindu cosmology along with Lord Brahma and Lord Shiva. 

Significance of Chaitra Purnima

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Gudi Padwa:

About mighty Lord Brahma and Goddess Saraswati

Gudi Padwa is dedicated to the commanding Lord Brahma and supreme divinity Saraswati. He is the mighty godhead who poured existence on the planet and created the universe. The Supreme Lord is the reason behind our existence. He is also an import...View More