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Feature you would love about DESIEVITE Part 2

7/3/2012 5:15:00 AM

You have started falling in love with desievite. You have learnt to edit a sent invitation. You have also leant to invite more guests if you missed a few at the time of sending an invitation. These were a few features. I know you are curious to learn more. Now it is the time to bury your curiosity. To learn more you have to go to your homepage. Click the invitation which is going to take place in the future. It will take you to a page where you would see all your invitation details. Now click on the first link share photos and rest is simple. Upload the pictures of the venue or any images related to it. This feature can also be used for an event which has occurred just now or in the past. You can also upload videos also. You can also delete a few if you change your mind. You have sent the invitation and after few days some unavoidable consequences occurred. You have no other way. You have to cancel the event. Click on cancel event link. A popup window will open. Write the reason for

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Satyanarayan Puja - 1

7/3/2012 10:47:00 PM

The Satyanarayan Puja is performed to show respect to Narayan an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is seen as the symbol of truth. It is believed the ceremony originated in Bengal as Satya Pir ritual performed by all communities (Hindu, Muslim and buddhists) and later in 1800s transformed into Satyanarayan puja. This puja is popular among the Hindus.   It can be organized before any major like marriage, house warming ceremony, graduation, new job, the purchase of a new home, vehicle  and baby shower. This puja can be also organized if somebody is not well in our family. If somebody wants to organize it for any other cause he is free to do that. It can be organized at home or in a temple.   According to Hindu mythology this puja is usually kept on Purnima(Full Moon.)The day on it can be organize is of less relevance. It can be organize on any day in the year. Evening is the best time to start this Puja but one can organized it at any time of the day according to his suit

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Sri satyanarayana Puja Stories - 1

7/5/2012 4:27:00 AM

This story is about a poor and old Brahmin who used to live in the city of Kashi. He was very poor. For his living he used to beg for food every day. He was depressed with his situation.   One day he met another old Brahmin and narrated his story to him. He asked him to suggest ways to get out of this nasty situation. He was also sad after hearing his story. He told him to perform Sri satyanarayana Puja. In addition to that he told him the way in which he should do it. The Brahmin was very eager to perform Satyanarayana Puja. He was worried because he didn’t have enough money to buy the materials for the Puja. He was not able to sleep that night. Next morning he woke up and thought whatever materials he would get after begging he would use it to perform the Puja. He performed the puja with the material he got that day after begging.  He continued the Puja in this manner for quite some time. Day started passing away. After sometime he overcame poverty. He had all

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Sri Satyanarayana Puja Stories - 2

7/6/2012 3:39:00 AM

Long ago there was a king named Tungdhwaj. He was famous for his kindness to his subjects. One day, he went hunting in a forest. After hunting for a long time he became tired and sat down under a tree. There he saw a few villagers doing the prayer of Lord Satyanarayana. His false ego neither made him to join them nor bowed down to the idol of the Lord. When the villagers gave him the prasad, he did not accept it and went away from there but he didn’t know the result of his action. When the King reached his Kingdom he was stunned. He saw that everything was destroyed. All his 100 sons were lying dead on the floor. Suddenly the King realised that this had happened all due to his false ego. He remembered that he had shown disrespect towards Lord Satyanarayana. He started thinking of correcting his mistake. He started walking towards the place where the villagers were doing their prayers. There, with them, he did the prayers of Lord Satyanarayana , had the prasad ,the charna-amr

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Ramadhan a period of fasting, self-evaluation, self-control and spiritual growth

7/15/2012 5:17:00 AM

Ramadhan is observed as a period of fasting, self-evaluation, self-control and spiritual growth. The word “Ramadhan” is derived from an Arabic word for intense heat, dried ground, shortness of food and drink. It starts with Ramadhan traditionally begins with a new moon sighting. It exists for 29 to 30 days and ends by the visual sightings of the crescent moon. It is also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan.   It is considered to be the most holy and blessed month. In this month Muslims refrain themselves from eating & drinking, sexual relations, forged speech & evil actions. Fighting is also not allowed during this period. In this month there is an increase in reading of the Quran. Ramadhan is also a period of submission to God.  The grace of God seems to be multiplied during the period of Ramadhan. Fasting during Ramadhan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. It is a time of self-examination and increased religious devotion. Ramadhan disclosed the Quran. Musl

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Facts about Ramadan

7/19/2012 10:31:00 PM

1.    Ramadan – This word literally means “One that Burns” According to scholars, in this month the Sins are burnt away… therefore it is called Ramadan. 2.    Ramadan is the ninth month of the 12-month Islamic calendar, which is lunar and based on the phases of the moon. The lunar calendar falls short of the solar calendar by 11 days. As a result, Ramadan doesn't start on the same date each year and instead passes through all the seasons. 3.    The doors of heaven are opened in this month and the doors of hell are closed. Devils are chained in this month. Mercy is poured down to Earth during Ramadan. 4.    The Month of Ramadan is also when it is believed the Holy Quran "was sent down from heaven, guidance unto men, a declaration of direction, and a means of  Salvation" 5.    The great battle of Badr between the Muslims and the unbelievers took place during Ramadan in t

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