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About Shitala Satam | Sheetala Ashtami Festival

Shitala Satam, dedicated to Goddess Shitala, is a very significant day in Gujarati Calendar. Families in Gujarat observe Shitala Satam rituals to pursue the blessing of Goddess Shitala, as they believe that Goddess Shitala protects her devotees from measles and chickenpox. The most significant ritual of Shitala Satam is that no food is prepared in […]

Muhurat to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon day (Purnima) of Shravana month. According to the Hindu division of the day, the best time to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan day is during Aparahna, which is late afternoon. If right muhurta is not available in the Aparahna time, then Pradosh time can also be selected […]

About Panguni Uthiram Festival | Festivals of Tamilnadu

Panguni Uthiram, also known as Paiguni Uttaram, is an important Tamil Hindu festival, which is observed in Panguni month when Nakshatra Uthiram or Uttara Phalguni prevails. Panguni is the twelfth month in Tamil Calendar, which is recognized as Meena month in other solar calendars. On this day Uthiram Nakshatra coincides with full moon and is […]

Maghi Purnima | Maghi Purnima Celebrations

The Purnima of Magha month is auspicious in every sense. Hindu texts and doctrines mention the need for taking of holy bath during the Magha Purnima day. Austerity measures are also observed with strict devotion. Besides these, devotees indulge in the art of giving which is essentially charity work. The Magha Maasam thus ends by […]

Hadaga Festival in Maharashtra

‘Hadaga’ festival of Maharashtra is for praying for good monsoon hence abundant harvest. Since God Indra is god of rain, people sing to Indra hoping for rain. Pictures of elephants, Indra’s vehicle, are drawn everywhere to invite God Indra. The festival of ‘Makar Sankranti’ is marked by kite-flying in the sky. Entire sky is converted […]

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