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Hindu New Year, also known as Vikram Samvat, is celebrated annually by millions of Hindus worldwide, and this year it falls on April 9. The day symbolizes new beginnings and is deemed an auspicious time to embark on new ventures. Unlike the Gregorian calendar, which commences the new year on January 1, the Hindu New […]

During Ramadan, one should reflect, pray, and deliver oneself from sin. While the emphasis of Ramadan is on fasting during daylight hours, it is also about strengthening one’s relationship with Allah (SWT) through worshipping, declaring His greatness and praying to Him. Ramadan, in its entirety, is a special time in Islam, but the last 10 […]

All Muslims must fast during the month of Ramadan, but according to Muslim scriptures, people start fasting after the age of 7 to 8 years. To keep the fast, everyone remains hungry from Sehri (before Fajr Azaan) till evening i.e. Iftar and neither eats nor drinks water. However, many people are exempted from fasting, such […]

Cross-dressing is generally not received well, but at the Kottankulangara Devi temple at Chavara near here, it’s different — hundreds of men cutting across religions dress up like women as part of a traditional ritual to please the deity and get their wishes fulfilled. Incidentally, this is the only temple in Kerala with no roof […]

Ramadan is a month of fasting, reflection, devotion, generosity, and sacrifice observed by Muslims around the world. Over the centuries, Ramadan has retained its passionate spiritual meaning. The word “Ramadan” comes from the Arabic word for “Parched Thirst” and “Sun-Baked Ground.” It is meaningful of the hunger and thirst felt by those who spend the […]

India is a country full of diversity where the wonders of extreme faith are visible which are beyond scientific arguments. This element of extreme faith and surprise can be observed in many amazing temples here. One such wonderful temple is the famous temple of Simsa Mata which is situated at a beautiful place called Simsa […]

To make weddings unique, people spend money like water. They don’t do anything for a modern wedding, but something different happened at a wedding in Indore. In this wedding imbued with Indian culture, the scene which is normally seen in religious events was seen. A marriage in Indore is in discussion. Why not talk about […]

Six pilgrims perished in Mauritius on Sunday during a religious ceremony commemorating a Hindu festival, as confirmed by the police. As reported by AFP, the incident unfolded when a wooden and bamboo cart carrying statues of Hindu gods ignited upon contact with live electrical cables, explained Police Commissioner Anil Kumar Dip during a televised address. […]

Maa Dudheshwari Swayambhudham is located at Bhaldam Chatti, Soso turn of Lohardaga Road, Gumla district headquarters. According to beliefs, a stream of milk flows from the Neem tree here. Just by drinking it one gets relief from many serious diseases. Swayambhu Shivalinga is also present here, where people come from far and wide for darshan. […]

Have you ever heard Indian Holi folk songs? If yes then have you ever thought why the Holi folk songs are sung in a very different way where the stanzas are repeated multiple times and the rhythm frequency changes frequently? Let’s educate society about why Holi folk song stanzas are repeated multiple times and do […]