Religion & Spirituality

Religion & Spirituality

  • Spirituality

    Logic of Spirituality!

    Charms of technology have enthralled the public almost as a danseuse will. If we carefully look back on the history of the world, it is clear we are the saddest generation of humanity. But why? The caveman had his laughter and was happy. The modern days of rat race show improvements only on the outside surface. In the absence of a set of values for ourselves how can there be happiness for human living? The...

    • 13 hrs ago
  • Religion

    Do you know the interesting story behind Navratri celebration? Read here

    Navratri is celebrated in all over India with much pomp and gaiety. In this nine festival all the devotees get filled with enthusiasm and devotion towards the goddess durga. People worships nine different forms of the goddess Durga to seek her blessing. We all know so much about this festival but only few are ware about the story behind the celebration of Navratri. Although...

    • 14 hrs ago
  • Religion

    Navratri 2018: Date, Significance and all you need to know

    Navratri is one of the main festival of Hindus which is celebrated with great pomp and enthusiasm. The devotees worship the nine different forms of the Goddess Durga in this nine days festival. Goddess Durga is symbol of purity, power and divinity and devotees worship her to seek her blessing. It is belived that Goddess Durga listens to the prayers of her devotees and fulfills all their...

    • 16 hrs ago
  • Spirituality

    Why do Hindus don't eat Beef?

    Hindu is not a religion because the word Hindu comes from the Himalaya and river Indus so the Hindu word is more geographical rather than religion. Meanwhile in ancient time there is no India those people who lives in the soil where is the Himalaya and Indus River are called Hindus and then many people started involving in religion like Jewish Christian, Islam and many more but those who remain pure Hindus without...

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  • Religion

    Do you know the meaning of 'Shraaddh of ancestors' ?

    It is said that 15 days of Bhadrapad Purnima to Ashwin Amavasya in Hindu religion are considered to be right only for doing Shraaddh (memorial) Karma and this time it is known as Pitra Paksh. Let everyone know that this time Shraaddh seems to be start from 24th of September, which will run till the 8th of October. For the Shraaddh paksh it is believed that in these days a member of the family...

    • 2 days ago
  • Spirituality

    Know these important festivals of Purattasi Month

    Saturdays of Purattasi: Like AadiFridays are important days for praying to Goddess, PurattasiSaturdays are very important and special prayers are done for Venkatachalapathy with people following many Vrathamsand pujaswith various offerings like chakara pongaletc. Mahalaya Amavasya:The 15 days preceding the New moon day of Purattasiis considered as Mahalaya Paksham(full moon to new moon) period....

    • 3 days ago
  • Religion

    Ganeshotsav special: 6ft long agarbattis donated to popular Mumbai Ganesh Pandals

    Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Sep 21 (NT): On the auspicious occasion of Ganeshotsav, Madhya Pradesh based Agarbatti Company Zed Black has reached out to millions of devotees by donating 6ft long jumbo agarbattis to several Ganesh Mandals across the city of Mumbai. Ganeshotsav is the Maharashtra's favourite festival, and this unique way to promote the brand...

    • 5 days ago
  • Religion

    6 Quotes of Gaur Gopal Das which will inspire you to live your life to the fullest

    Gaur Gopal Das is a very popular monk at the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Mumbai Gopal Das, is a profoundly qualified public speaker.He is a motivational speaker whose words inspired many people to enjoy the life to the fullest. He has an unique way of explaining spirituality to youths. Through his energetic talks, logical reasonings and...

  • Religion

    Devotees of Lord Ganesha make eco-friendly idol of grains in Raipur

    Raipur (Chhattisgarh) [India], Sep 20 (NT): With the mind not to disturb the environment, in Chhattisgarh's Raipur, a statue of Lord Ganesha has been made using 11 types of grains for Ganesh Utsav. Avoid Plaster of Paris and get eco-friendly options for creating Lord Ganesha idols, This year it is the basic fanda of devotees of Lord Ganesha . This environmental friendly...

    • 6 days ago
  • Spirituality

    Why do Hindus don't eat meat during Purattasi Month?

    The main reason is to avoid the meat during the Tamil month of Purattasi, the rays of the sun weaken and the rains set in. The earth that has heated up in the previous months, soak in the rain and is known to give out heat, which is considered hurtful than the summer heat. It is also believed that the digestion power of individuals is low and there is chance it can take a toll on our digestive...

    • 6 days ago

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