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Shravana Month

Shravana month is one of the most celebrated, pious, and sacred Hindu lunar calendars. It has precious festivities including- Kamika Ekadashi, Shravan Somwar vrats, Mangala Gauri Vrat, Hariyali Teej, Nag Panchami, Shravana Putrada Ekadashi, Varalakshmi Vrat, Raksha Bandhan, Gayatri Jayanti, Kalki Jayanti, Hayagriva Jayanti, Narali Purnima, and Sanskrit Diwas. 

Kamika Ekadashi:

Kamika Ekadashi: A notable Ekadashi devoted to Lord Vishnu

Kamika Ekadashi is a prominent festivity devoted to Lord Vishnu. The commanding Lord Vishnu is one of the most supreme and revered deities in Hindu cosmology. He is known as the preserver and protector of the world. The mighty deity ...View More

Shrawan Somvar Vrats:

Shrawan Somvar Vrats- Dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati

Shrawan is considered one of the most pious and holy months of the Hindu lunar calendar. The sacred month is dedicated to the supreme deity Shiva. Shrawan somvar vrats are devoted to goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva. They are th...View More

Mangala Gauri Vrats:

Mangala Gauri Vrats- Dedicated to mighty goddess Parvati

Mangala Gauri vrats are devoted to the supreme goddess Parvati and supreme Shiva. She is one of the supreme goddesses of Hindu cosmology and the wife of the commanding Lord Shiva. The supreme divinity is the goddess of harmony, motherh...View More

Hariyali Teej:

Hariyali Teej: A beautiful festival dedicated to mighty Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati

Hariyali Teej is a glorious festival dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Shiva is the ultimate godhead of Hindu cosmology. He removes all the pains and longings of devotees blessing them with...View More

Nag Panchami:

Nag Panchmi- Devoted to Naga Devatas and serpents

Nagas or serpents play a pivotal role in Hindu cosmology. The main nagas worshipped on Nag Panchami are Amanda, Vasuki, Shesha, Padma, Kambala, Ashvatara, Dhritarashtra, Shankhapala, Kaliya, Takshaka, and Pingala. Nag Panchami is a beautiful ...View More

Shravana Putrada Ekadashi:

Shravana Putrada Ekadashi- Devoted to supreme Lord Vishnu

Shravana Putrada Ekadashi is one of the most important Ekadashi devoted to Lord Vishnu. This Ekadashi is also known as pavitra or pure Ekadashi. Lord Vishnu is revered as the protector and guardian of the entire universe. Worshipping ...View More

Varalakshmi Vrat:

About mighty goddess Varalakshmi

Varalakshmi is a supreme incarnation of the goddess Mahalakshmi. In this avatar, goddess Lakshmi brings religious boons for her devotees. The goddess looks serene, and she is milky in complexion and wears pristine white clothes. 

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Raksha Bandhan:

About Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is a highly significant and auspicious festival in Hindu cosmology. It is one of the most beautiful festivals celebrated in India and is devoted purely to sibling bonds. The festival is observed across India with immense joy and glory. This glorious festiv...View More

Gayatri Jayanti:

About supreme goddess Gayatri

Goddess Gayatri is one of the powerful divinities of Hindu cosmology. She is also revered as Veda Mata, and it is believed that Vedas originated from the goddess Gayatri only. She is an integral part of all the Vedas; all the Vedas are her essence only. Gayatri ...View More

Kalki Jayanti:

About mighty Lord Kalki

Kalki is one of the supreme manifestations of Lord Vishnu. Kalki is the tenth and the last avatar of imperial Vishnu. This aspect of Lord Vishnu is born in the present yuga or the Kali yoga. He incarnates to shatter evil energies and vicious powers. This mighty manife...View More

Hayagriva Jayanti:

Hayagriva or Hayagreeva is one of the notable aspects of Lord Vishnu. He is the horse-headed manifestation of the powerful Vishnu. In this incarnation, Lord Vishnu is immensely powerful and owns the head of a horse and the body of a human being. In this avatar, Lord Vishnu sits on a lotus and...View More

Narali Purnima:

About Lord Varun

Lord Varun is the mighty deity who rules the ocean world. He is one of the most revered godheads who controls the most crucial entity in life that is water. Lord Varun rides on a crocodile and carries a noose as his weapon. 

Significance of Narali Purnima

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Sanskrit Diwas:

About the Sanskrit language

Sanskrit is one of the oldest and most revered Indian languages. It is a divine language also cherished as Dev Vani or the language of gods. Sanskrit is the most diverse and sacred language in Hindu cosmology. 

Significance of Sanskrit Diwas

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