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"The Religious Hindu Symbols"
As Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion of the world, it has more numbers of symbols than other religions. No religion is so filled with symbols as Hinduism. All Hindus are touched by symbol's all through the life in some way or the other. Some of the common religious Hindu symbols with,.. Read More

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On the fifth day of the dark half of Phalgun the feast of Color is celebrated. The festival marks the end of the year according to the Indian calendar, and the spirit of festivity is alive in every Hindu household. It is celebrated throughout India in early spring with cheer and gaiety. Holi comes when the cold winter months give way to summer. It takes place over two days around late February or March........... Read More


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  • Mar 05: Satya Vrat,Poornima
  • Mar 05: Holi
  • Mar 06: Dulhandi
  • Mar 08: International Women's Day
  • Mar 21: Hindu New Year, Gudi Padwa
  • Mar 21: Navratra's Begin
  • Mar 27: Durgaashtami
  • Mar 21: Ram Navami

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    BulletVrat Kathas (व्रत कथाऐं) Bullet Aartis  (आरतियाँ)
    Fasts most commonly known as Upvaas or Vrat are the days when devotees refrain themselves from food or water. We here bring u the kathas(stories) related to most popular fasts among Hindus. Aartis are the verses or sonnets (poetic or lyrical), in the introductory or in the form of praise of a God. In this section we bring a collection of aartis (devotional songs) for various Indian gods and goddesses.

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    "Mantras" derived from the Sanskrit 'man', meaning 'to think'. Mantra literally means 'instrument of thought'.  Mantras are hymns, which are believed to benefit that chants them. Chalisa means "forty verse" prayers . Verses that praise and plead with devotion. Look for a huge collection of chalisas like Ganesh Chalisa, Hanuman Chalisa, Durga Chalisa and more.... Weekly Promo Offer 468 x 60
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    A bhajan or kirtan is a Hindu devotional Song. Music to human ears is heavenly. And if it's purely devotional, it's truly divine. Bhajans are deeply rooted in the Indian tradition. Bhajans are simple songs in soulful language expressing the many-splendor emotions of love for God. Marathi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by the Marathi people of western India (Maharashtrians). It serves as the official language of the state of Maharashtra. We here present a collection of Hindu prayers in Marathi language like Marathi Stotras, Marathi Aartis and Marathi Kathas.
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  • In this Section we bring the most Comprehensive listing of Mandirs, Hindu temples, Indian places of worship and religious centers serving Indians and Indians abroad in USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Singapore and from many other countries of the world.

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