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20.11.2020

5 lessons to learn from guru nanak dev ji


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14.11.2020

Best personalised gifts options


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12.11.2020

Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Diwali


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10.11.2020

How to celebrate Diwali with a Twist


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07.11.2020

Top 10 Combo Gift Ideas to Ease Diwali Gift Shopping


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01.11.2020

How to celebrate Diwali in Pandemic?


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31.10.2020

Diwali Gift Ideas Under 2000 for Him/Her


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30.10.2020

Karwa Chauth Celebration in 2020: Gift ideas for Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth is considered one of the most auspicious celebrations in India for Indian Married Couples. Gifting options are always confusing. Here, we have brought you our best picks to make your work easy.

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26.10.2020

5 Days of Diwali Celebrations

Diwali also known as the Festival of Lights is a five days Hindu festival, celebrated between mid-October and mid-November.

The Festival of Lights commemorates the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after 14-years of Vanvas other associates events are killing of Narakasura and Return of Pandavas after 12 year. Five Days of Diwali starting from Dhanteras to Bhaiduj but in Maharashtra it starts with Vasu Baras, the cow and calf are worship on this day.

धनतेरस (Dhanteras)

 

The first day of Diwali festival is named as Dhanteras falls on 13th day of 2nd half of lunar month. Dhanteras is considered as one of the most auspicious day by Hindu to for buying utensils,silver coins,gold and vehicle. Dhanteras is celebrate as birth of Sri Dhanvantari God, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu as the physician of the gods.

नर्क चतुर्दशी (Naraka Chaturdasi)

 

The second day of Diwali is celebrate as Naraka Chaturdasi or Kali Chaudas, demon Narakasura was killed by Lord Shri Krishna, An Avatar of Lord Vishnu. During the day Hindus get up before the sun rise take a holy bath and then clean or new clothes are worn followed by breakfast with relatives and friends.

(लक्ष्मी पूजा) Lakshmi Puja

 

The third day of Diwali is known as Lakshmi Puja, the most important day among the five days of festival. Lakshmi Puja is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi,the Hindu goddess of wealth, fortune, prosperity and the embodiment of beauty.

Lakshmi Mata, the goddess of wealth is worship as Mahalakshmi, Mahasaraswati and Mahakali with Lord Ganesha, the God of auspicious beginnings with light lamps in the every corner of home to welcome prosperity.

(गोवर्धन पूजा) Govardhan Puja

 

The fourth day is Diwali is celebrate as Govardhan Puja and Bali Pratipada also known as Padava. Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day Krishna defeated Indra asked the people to worship nature.

States of Haryana, Punjab, madhya pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar celebrate the festival with zeal and enthusiasm. While Balipratipada or Padava is celebrate in Maharashtra, Tamilnadu and Karanataka.

(भैयादूज) Bhai Dooj

 

The last day of the five days long Diwali festival end with Bhai Dooj, The day when sisters pray for long and happy lives for their brothers. Bhai Dooj is also called as Yama Dwitiya,Bhai Tika or Bhai Bij, brothers and sisters share their love for each other with an Aarti,meal and gifts.

After celebrating the festival of Diwali Hindu celebrates Devotthan Ekadasi also known as Prabodhini Ekadashi, on the eleventh day of half of the Hindu month of Kartik.

Devotthan Ekadashi and Tulsi Vivah

 

Devotthan Ekadashi is celebrate to awake the Lord Vishnu and the beginning of the Hindu wedding season. It is also known as the festival of lights of the gods and it  marks the end of the four long month of Chaturmas, when marriages are prohibited as per Hindu traditions. Tulsi Vivah is marriage ceremony of holy plant Tulsi with the Incarnation of Hindu god Lord Vishnu. This is mark as the beginning of the Hindu wedding season.

 

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23.10.2020

Dushhera Celebration Ideas 2020

Dussehra Celebration Ideas 2020



2020 has been definitely been a very different year owing to Global Pandemic, Corona Virus. The festive season is here, and most of us are struggling with the ideas of celebrating without stepping out. 


So here we are with some amazing ideas which can help you celebrate Dussehra.


  1. Dress Up

Dressing up well can make you feel festive. Get up, dress up. Order your festive clothes online, or you can even step out to buy few. In case, you’re planning to step out make sure you’re taking all the necessary safety precautions.


  1. Plant 

Staying connected to your roots is highly important


  1. Dig up old photo albums


  1. Click Pictures

  1. Send Gifts to your loved ones


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