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"Navdurga : The Nine Forms"
Durga is worshipped in different forms. She is a form of "Shakti". The evolution of Shri Maha Saraswati, Shri Maha Laxmi and Shri Mahakali (the 3 main forms of "Shakti") took place from Shri Brahma, Shri Vishnu and Shri Mahesh respectively. Each of these 3 deities gave rise to 3 more forms and hence in.. Read More

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Pitra Paksha, also  known   as  Mahalay,  is  a  period  of  fifteen  days.  It  is  the  time designated to give devotion or to  offer  respect  to the dead and departed ancestors of the family. These  Fifteen  days   are  called  " Pitra Paksha",  or  most  popularly  known  as "Shraadh" days. They are also called by the name of "Kanagat." The dark half of Ashvina (September-October) is observed as Pitra Paksha throughout the Hindu  world........... Read More


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    Navratri  Day 1 (Partipada) – September 25, 2014

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    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....
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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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