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Saraswati Puja: Honoring The Goddess Saraswati

All of the Hindu deities are revered and held in high regard. The adoration of Saraswati or Maa Vidyadayini is associated with intelligence and knowledge. Many believe that Goddess Saraswati bestows intellectual blessings on her followers. The age-old dedication of praying to the divine for success is reflected in the worship ceremonies. The mesmerizing melodies of prayers and hymns and…

Saraswati: The Goddess of Wisdom, Creativity, And Music

In Hinduism, Saraswati is the goddess who represents knowledge, insight, beauty, and music. Saraswati comes from the root word “saras,” which means “fluid.” Having a calming personality, she is believed to bring order to chaos. Celebrations honoring the goddess include the Saraswati Puja. Believers wear yellow during the festival, representing wisdom and prosperity. The worship room is decorated with flower…

Harvest The Season’s Blessings On Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is a festival honoring the sun deity Surya that occurs when the sun moves into the Capricorn or Makar zodiac sign, indicating the arrival of spring. During this festival, people visit temples and bathe in the Ganges River to honor Surya, the sun deity. In addition to flying kites and decorating with flowers, locals eat jaggery and sesame…

The Weekly Laxmi Puja In Margasira Masa

Every Thursday in the month of Margashira is a celebration in Odisha and the coastal region of Andhra Pradesh. Every home you pass will have its front door decorated with ‘Jhoti-Chita,’ designs made from rice paste to celebrate Manabasa Gurubara. The decorations feature lovely floral patterns and incorporate little feet of Maa Lakshmi. Each lady of the house gently invites…

Why Swargadipa Is Put Atop Tulasi Chaura During Kartika Month?

For devout Hindus, the month known as “Kartika” is the year’s holiest month. The final five days of Panchuka are the most religious of the whole month, and the last day is “Kartika Purnima,” which marks the conclusion of the sacred period. During this month, devotees attend temples and take baths before sunrise. Jagannath Dham Puri in Odisha and Mathura/Vrindaban…

Why Is The Kartik Purnima Celebrated?

Karthik Purnima is a renowned festival celebrated by Hindus during the month of Kartik. This month is revered as the holiest for religious rituals. On this day, many fast and perform pujas in the belief that doing so will help them progress along the path of karma, dharma, and salvation. To ensure everything is done according to rituals, booking a…

The Significance Of Panchuka: Why Is It Celebrated?

Panchuka is the final five days of the sacred month of Kartika, celebrated in Odisha. From Bada Ekadashi to Kartika Purnima, five days, devotees of Lord Jagannath fast. This time is revered as sacred, and those who pay respect throughout the month believe it brings great rewards. Those seeking the convenience of having puja samagris delivered to their homes can…

The Role of Flowers in a Traditional Indian Wedding

Flowers have been used as a universal language for ages across different cultures. They are the representations of beauty and joy. However, their importance goes beyond their superficial beauty, especially in Indian weddings. When it comes time to make a lifelong commitment, flowers are ideal as they express human sentiment far beyond what words can say. The wedding season is…

Celebrate The Festival Of Lights: Diwali

The sounds of crackers everywhere, the excitement of exchanging sweets, the flurry of new outfits, and the illuminating lights of lamps –  Diwali is approaching. It’s a time for connection between the believers and god. People perform puja during this time to please the gods and ask for good fortune, success, and happiness. For many devotees, online poojari booking services…