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നാരായണായ ഗായത്രി മന്ത്രം - Narayana Gayatri Mantra in Malayalam


സമ്പൽ സമൃദ്ധിയ്ക്ക്  നാരായണായ ഗായത്രി മന്ത്രം ജപിക്കുക.  Narayana Gayatri Mantra Lyrics in Malayalam - Hindu Devotional Song.നാരായണായ ഗായത്രിഓം നാരായണായ വിദ്മഹേ വാസുദേവായ ധീമഹിതന്നോ വിഷ്ണു പ്രചോദയാത് !! #[...]

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Jakhoo Temple - Jakhu Hanuman Mandir - Shimla Himachal Pradesh


Jakhoo Temple, dedicated to Lord Hanuman, is an ancient Hindu shrine located in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. The temple is located on Shimla's highest peak, Jakhoo Hill, 2.5 km east of the Ridge at a height of 2,455 m above sea level. The temple features a giant 108-feet-high idol of Hanuman, which surpasses the statue of Christ the Redeemer, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to the Ramayana, #[...]

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Mata Surkanda Devi Temple - Shakti Peetha in Uttarakhand


Mata Surkanda Devi Temple is one of the Shakti Peetha in Uttarakhand, India. The temple, originally knows as Sirkhanda Mata Temple, is located on a hill and one reaches there after a steep 2 km trek, from village Kaddukhal, on the Dhanaulti - Chamba road. Mata Surkanda Devi Temple is situated near Kanatal, in Saklana Range, Uttarakhand. This is the place where Goddess Sati's head fell when Lord #[...]

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February Festival Calendar 2020


February Festival Calendar Dates 2020 February 01 - Ratha Saptami February 02 - Bhishma Ashtami February 08 - Thaipusam February 09 - Guru Ravidas Jayanti February 09 - Pournami February 14 - Pongala at Sarkara Devi Temple Kerala February 19 - Ekadeshi February 20 - Pradosam February 21 - MahaShivratri  February 23 - Amavasi February 25 - Sree Ramakrishna Jayanti February 26 - #[...]

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Shandilya rishi son of Sage Asita


Shandilya or Sandilya, son of sage Asita, was one of the prominent rishis in Hinduism. Those who are having the Sandilya gotra, are the descendants of Sri Shandilya Maharishi. Most of the people belonging to West Bengal, Assam, Maharashtra, Punjab and Gujarat are considered as the descendants of Shandilya. Shandilya was the grandson of the rishi Kashyapa and the great disciple of Vaatsya rishi. #[...]

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Chengannur Mahadeva Temple Festival Kerala


Chengannur Mahadeva Temple is a popular temple located in the town of Chengannur, Kerala. The important festivals celebrated at the temple are Thriputharattu festival, Varshikotsavam and  Thulasamkrama Neyyattu. Thriputharattu Festival is one of the interesting festivals of the temple, Thriputharattu is celebrated only here. The festival is associated with the menstruation ceremony and is #[...]

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Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple Alappuzha Kerala


Mullakkal Temple also known as Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple is a Hindu temple located at Alappuzha in Kerala, India. The Primary deity worshipped here is Goddess Mullakkal Devi or Mullakkal Amma, a form of Durga Devi with four arms. The sub-deities worshipped here are Lord Hanuman, Lord Ganapathi, Lord Subramanya, Lord Nagaraja, Navagrahas, Lord Krishna and Lord Ayyappa. The main festivals #[...]

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Sage Kacha son of Guru Brihaspati


Kacha was an ancient sage and the son of Deva Guru Brihaspati. He is also mentioned in various puranas and in Mahabharata.  He was known for learning all the divine scriptures from his father as well as from the demon guru Sri Sukracharya. Once Kacha met Sukracharya and become the disciple of Sukracharya, to learn the secret of the Mrita Sanjivini Mantra in order to bring back the lives of the #[...]

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Hindu Festival Dates 2020 Calendar


January 2020 January 14 - Lohri January 15 - Makar Sankranti  January 15 - Pongal January 15 - Magh Bihu January 29 - Vasant Panchami February 2020 February 01 - Ratha Saptami February 02 - Bhishma Ashtami February 08 - Thaipusam February 21 - MahaShivratri March 2020 March 09 - HolikaDahan March 09 - Attukal Pongala March 10 - DhulandiHoli   March 16 - Basoda / #[...]

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Kalpavriksha wish-fulfilling divine tree Hinduism


Kalpavriksha or kalpadruma is a wish-fulfilling divine tree as mentioned in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism texts. Allso known as kalpataru and kalpapadapa, this divine tree appeared during the "churning of the divine ocean" along with the Kamadhenu and other auspicious divine gods. Kalpavriksha  is kept by Indra in his swarka loka. This tree gives whatever we ask for, and it is a very holy one. #[...]

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Pururavas - Son of Budha & Ila


Pururavas was the first Chandravanshi King. His father was the Planet Budha, and Kauravas and Pandavas were his descendants. He was also mentioned in Rig Veda, Puranas, Mahabharata and the Bhagavat Purana. The great King Pururavas got married with the heaven dancer Urvashi , and the details were mentioned in the famous text written by Kalidasa. Life Pururavas was born in Treta Yuga and since #[...]

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Yayati Son of King Nahusha & Ashokasundari


As per Hindu Puranas, Yayati was a noble king, and he was the son of King Nahusha and Ashokasundari, also known as “SREE BALA TIRIPURA SUNDARI” who was the daughter of Shiva and Parvati. His descendants were the Pandavas. Due to his great power, Yayati had conquered the entire world and was considered as the great emperor of the world. He also ruled his kingdom in a well-versed manner treating #[...]

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King Anaranya - descendant of Ikshwaku


Anaranya was a great king of Ayodhya. He was the descendant of Ikshwaku, one of the ten sons of Shraddhadeva Manu. Anaranya was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. He was also a great scholar and a master in all kinds of arts. He was good at handling weapons during the battle field. According to the great epic Ramayana, once he was challenged by Ravana and bravely fought with him, but he was #[...]

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Jaabaali Maharshi - Jabali Rishi - Hindu Puranas


Jaabaali Maharshi was an ancient rishi. He was mentioned in puranas and in several hindu texts, and his importance is also mentioned. He was an expert in vedas and other Hindu literature and contains good knowledge, wisdom and high meditative powers. He was good at doing yoga and meditation. He has also written lot of sacred texts. Through his spiritual powers, he had done good things for the #[...]

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Narasimha Jharni - Narasimha Jhira Cave Temple Bidar


Narasimha Jharni Temple, also known as Narasimha Jhira Cave Temple, is a Hindu Cave Temple located at Bidar in North Karnataka, India. The Primary deity worshipped here is Lord Narasimha, an incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu. The main attraction of this temple is that this is excavated in a 300 m tunnel. This tunnel is located under the Manichoola hill range. Visiting this temple will be a quite #[...]

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Rukmini Devi Temple Dwarka Gujarat


Rukmini Devi Temple is a 2500 year old Hindu temple located at Dwarka in Gujarat, India. The  temple is dedicated to Goddess Rukmini Mata, the chief Queen of Lord Krishna. The exterior of the temple is richly carved with human figures (naratharas) and sculpted elephants (gajatharas). The normally seen sculptures of gods and goddesses are also seen on the exterior of the shrine. According to #[...]

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Vidura in Mahabharata & Vidura Neeti


Vidura is one of the main characters in the Mahabharata, and  he was the prime minister of the Kuru dynasty, and also the uncle of Pandavas and Kauravas. Vidura was the son of sage Vyasa. Vidura was an adviser to the Pandavas, and safeguarded them from death on several occasions, which was plotted by Duryodhana. Vidura protested against the insult caused to Draupadi in the Kaurava court. Vidura #[...]

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Mangla Gauri Temple Gaya Bihar


The Mangla Gauri Temple is a Hindu temple located at Gaya in Bihar, India. The primary deity worshipped here is Goddess Mangla Gauri, a form of Goddess Shakti. The temple is among the 18 Maha Shaktipeeth temples. Here goddess is worshipped in the form of a breast, a symbol of nourishment. Mangla Gauri Temple was built on top of the Manglagauri hill. A flight of steps and a motorable road lead #[...]

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Goddess Thandu Mariamman


Thandu Mariamman, is a form of Goddess Parvathi, and she is a very powerful Goddess. Thandu Mariamman is a form of Mariamman, the goddess of rain and disease. There are many temples dedicated to goddess in Tamil Nadu. However, the most significant among them is the Thandu Mariamman Temple, situated in the peak Avinashi road of Coimbatore city. Importance Goddess Thandu Mariamman cures chicken #[...]

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Nili Chhatri Shiva Temple New Delhi


Nili Chhatri Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in New Delhi, the capital city of India. The temple enshrines Lord Shiva as the presiding deity. It is said that Yudhisthira, the eldest of the Pandavas built Neeli Chhatri Temple and for conducting Aswamedha Yajna. Yudhisthira also constructed the Nigambodh Ghat on the banks of Yamuna River. Nili Chhatri Temple is located in the Yamuna #[...]

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16 Tithis - Importance of Thithi in Hindu Panchang


Below are the 16 Tithis in the Hindu Panchanga 1. Pratipada: Lord Brahma is the presiding deity of the 1st Tithi Pratipada or Padyami. 2. Dwitiya: The main deity of this 2nd Tithi is Vidhata. Aswini Devats were born on this Tithi. 3. Tritiya: Lord Vishnu is the ruling deity of 3rd Tithi. Lord Parashurama was born in this Tithi. Its is a Jaya Tithi and bestows victory. 4. Chaturthi: #[...]

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Pradosha Dates in 2020 Hinduism Calendar


Shiva Pradosh Dates 2020 Calendar for Fasting January 2020 Pradosh Jan 08, Wednesday Jan 22, Wednesday February 2020 Pradosh Feb 07, Friday Feb 20, Thursday March 2020 Pradosh Mar 07, Saturday (Shani Pradosh) Mar 21, Saturday (Shani Pradosh) April 2020 Pradosh Apr 05, Sunday Apr 19, Sunday May 2020 Pradosh May 05, Tuesday - BhaumaPradosh May 19, Tuesday - #[...]

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Ekadashi Dates in 2020 Hinduism Calendar


Ekadashi dates Calendar 2020 January 2020 Jan 06 - Vaikunta Ekadasi (South India) - Swargavathil Ekadasi in Kerala - Putrada Ekadasi Jan 20 - Shattila Ekadashi February 2020 Feb 05 - Bhishma Ekadasi - Jaya Ekadasi - Bhoumi Ekadasi Feb 19 - Vijaya Ekadashi March 2020 Mar 06 - Amalaki Ekadasi - Rangbhari Ekadashi Mar 19 - Papmochani Ekadasi April 2020 Apr 04 -  #[...]

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Yelluru Shri Vishweshwara Temple Udupi Karnataka


Shri Vishweshwara Temple or Mahathobhara Yelluru Shree Vishweshwara Temple is a Hindu temple located at Yelluru in the Udupi District of Karnataka, India. The Primary deity worshiped here is Lord Vishweshwara or Lord Vishwanath, a form of Lord Shiva. The temple is known as the divine place of Swayambhu Saannidhya. The architecture of the temple is unique. This temple architecture is a perfect #[...]

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Thirty Three - 33 Gods of Hinduism


The 33 primary Gods of Hinduism as mentioned in Hindu mythology are broadly divided into several categories which includes eight Vasus, twelve Adityas, eleven Rudras, Prajapati Brahma and Vishnu.  The 12 Adityas are the sons of Aditi and Sage Kashyapa. The 12 Adityas or Sun Gods 1) Vishnu 2) Aryaman 3) Indra (Sakra) 4) Tvastr 5) Varuṇa 6) Bhaga 7) Savitṛ 8) Vivasvat 9) Aṃsa 10) Mitra 11) Pusan #[...]

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