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हरियाली तीज

6/28/2022 1:59:00 PM

हरियाली तीज के दिन भगवान शिव और माता पार्वती की पूजा की जाती है। यह पर्व करवा चौथ के बराबर होता है। इस दिन महिलाएं पूरे दिन भोजन और जल ग्रहण नहीं किए बिना दूसरे दिन स्नान-पूजा के बाद व्रत का पारण करती हैं। इस व्रत को करने पर सौभाग्य की प्राप्ति होती है। मां पार्वती के कठोर तप और उनके 108वें जन्म में भगवान शिव ने देवी पार्वती को अपनी पत्नी के रूप में स्वीकार किया। तभी से इस व्रत की शुरुआत हुई। इस दिन जो सुहागन महिलाएं सोलह श्रृंगार करके भगवान शिव और देवी पार्वती की पूजा करती हैं, उनका सुहाग लंबे समय तक बना रहता है। इसके पीछे आशय यह होता है कि जिस प्रकार तपस्‍या करने से माता पार्वती को भगवान शिव जैसे पति की प्राप्ति हुई, वैसे ही व्रत करके और शिव-पार्वती की पूजा करके उन्‍हें भी भविष्‍य में अच्‍छा जीवनसाथी मिले। इसलिए कुछ घरों में कुंवारी कन्‍याओं को भी यह व्र‍त करवाया जाता है सौभाग्यवती स्त्रियां अपने सुहाग को अखण्ड बनाए रखने और अविवाहित युवतियां मन मुताबिक वर पाने के लिए हरितालिका तीज का व्रत करती हैं। सर्वप्रथम इस व्रत को माता पार्वती ने भगवान शिव शंकर के लिए रखा था। इस दिन विशेष रूप

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Half Saree Function

7/11/2018 4:02:00 AM

Half Saree Function Coming of age is a young person's transition from childhood to adulthood. The age at which this transition takes place varies in society, as does the nature of the transition. It can be a simple legal convention or can be part of a ritual, as practiced by many societies. In Hinduism coming of age generally signifies that a boy or girl is mature enough to understand his responsibility towards family and society. In South India Coming of age ceremony or rites of passage (Langa Voni Telugu: లంగా వోని), is celebrated when a girl reaches 9, 11 or 13 years (Odd years). She wears Langa Voni ( Half saree ) given by her maternal grandparents, which is worn during the first part of the ceremony and then she is gifted her first Sari by her paternal grandparents, which she wears during the second half of the ceremony. This marks her transition into womanhood. The tradition of giving Langa Voni by maternal grandparents b

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7/18/2017 6:04:00 AM

Teej is a fasting festival for Hindu women. It takes place on the third day of the Shukla Paksha of the Sawaan month of the Hindu calendar, which normally falls between late July to early September. This festival is dedicated to Goddess Parvati and celebrates her return to Lord Shiva. Teej is in praise of marital bliss and the well-being of spouse and children. Falling in the Hindu month of Bhado, Teej also celebrates the arrival of the long awaited monsoon after a brutally hot summer. The festival is a three day celebration which includes both rigid fasting and scrumptious feasting. Teej - 'the festival of swings' is celebrated with gusto and fervor in various parts of India. The festival of Teej commemorates the reunion of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Married women and young girls celebrate the festival with earnest devotion. Teej falls in the month of Sawan and brings great relax from the scorching summers. Many religious activities takes place at the time of Teej. Such ritua

Mata ki chowki

6/19/2017 2:00:00 PM

Chowki is devotional program, can be kept any time or done on happy occasions such as Engagements, Birthdays, weddings, anniversaries or during Ganpati and Navratri festivals during the year. It is a devotional program done during the evening time, for 3 hours on any day from 7pm onwards to 10pm. We start Chowki with Ganpati, Navgrah and Mataji’s Pooja Abhishekh. First we light the Mataji’s Akhand Jyot with chanting of Langar Vira , Then we start Mataji’s Bhents (Devotional songs) one by one those who like to sing. Then comes an offering of Garlands and Matajis Bhet (Colored Chunni, coconut, fruits, and Shingar Matirail along with some Bheta (in Cash). Then we do Ardass done by a devotee who has kept this Mata KI Chowki, what Ever he has to offer in cash or in kind and sangat (Gathering on Chowki), Then we offer Bhog Prasad to Mataji of Kheer, or whatever offered by devotee, Then follows Amrit Varkha and Phoolon ki varkha of Flowers & Petals, At last Ma

Iftar Party

6/16/2017 9:06:00 AM

Iftar is the meal served at the end of the day during Ramadan, to break the day's fast. Ramadan is considered to be the holiest month in the entire year according to Islamic tradition. Literally, it means "breakfast."Iftar is served at sunset during each day of Ramadan, as Muslims break the daily fast. The other meal during Ramadan, which is taken in the morning (pre-dawn), is called suhoor. People who keep roza eat before sunrise (Suhoor or Sehri) and then refrain from eating or drinking anything throughout the day. In the evening, people break their fasts after sunset with a meal called 'Iftar'. Iftar is a feast which people look forward to after the day's long restrain. Traditionally, one is supposed to eat dates along with juice, milk or water. It is believed that Prophet Mohammad  ate three dates when he broke his roza. Iftar meals bristle with varied delicacies. From rich mutton curries to lovely desserts and cooling sherbets, it is interesting to

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How to create customize Invitation card

6/6/2017 1:50:00 PM

With Desievite you can choose hundreds of free invitation card's. Planning your party in advance helps you to make all the necessary arrangements well in advance. It is best to send free online invitations as the cards do not cost you a penny and they are so much more convenient and reliable. When you send free online invitations for any occasion, your job is done in less than a few minutes time. All you have to do is select your favorite Engagement invitation card template, Create the perfect invitation for any occasion.   Step 1:-  Open Step 2:- Choose the category for your function or occasion     Step 3:-  Choose  language to create your invitation in your mothertounge, also you can filter your invitation with Related tag, Other features.   Step4:-  Now you can choose your design from professionally design layout.   Step 5:-  Click on Personalize card. Enter in all the details like time

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5/18/2017 12:35:00 PM

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim year, when Muslims do not eat between the rising and setting of the sun. During Ramadan, Muslims celebrate the fact that it was in this month that God first revealed the words of the Quran to Mohammed. The month-long fast involves abstinence from food, liquids, smoking,  between the hours of sunrise and sunset, but at night the holiday has turned into a feast in many Arab countries, each of which has its favorite special Ramadan foods and recipes. Moreover, fasting must be undertaken with spiritual intent (niyyah ),  and this intent must be renewed each day before dawn. Mean-spirited words, and thoughts and deeds such as slander, lying, and covetousness negate the value of fasting. The fast commences each day at dawn, immediately prior to which an early morning meal, suhoor, should be eaten.  It usually includes a special bread called mushtah and a sweet cream-filled pastry called kilaj, which are served only during Ramada

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Mothers Day

5/11/2017 10:12:00 AM

Mothers Day is a day when every child celebrates it especially for their mothers. It is celebrated annually as an important event of the year on second Sunday of the May month. Now-a-days, it has been a trend to celebrate mother’s day in the schools in the presence of their kids. Mother gets greeting cards, wishing cards or other special gifts by their kids. At this day, family members go outside to have some delicious dinner and get more enjoy. Mothers also give some gifts and lots of love and care to their kids. Mothers are especially invited by their kids to the school where teachers, kids and mother enjoy celebrating the mother’s day. Both mothers and kids do some activities to fully enjoy this day. Mothers prepare some special dishes like macaroni, chawmin, sweets, biscuits, etc for their kids according to their interest. Mothers also participate in some other activities like dancing, singing, speech, etc. Kids take part in the rhyme recitation, oral convers

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Buddha Purnima

5/8/2017 7:38:00 AM

Buddha Purnima festival is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Buddha. Buddha Purnima or Buddha Jayanti is celebrated with traditional religious fervor. Buddha Purnima falls on the full moon day in the Hindu month of Vaisakh (April/May). Lord Buddha was born on the Full Moon day in the month of Vaisakh in 563 BC. Here, it is interesting to note that Buddha achieved enlightenment and nirvana (salvation) on the same day (the Full Moon day). Thus, Buddha Purnima also marks the death anniversary of Gautam Buddha. Sarnath holds an important place in Buddhism as Gautam Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath. On the occasion of Buddha Jayanti, a large fair is held at Sarnath and the relics of the Buddha are taken out for public display in a procession. Besides Sarnath, the Buddha Purnima is also celebrated with religious fervor at Gaya and Kushinagar and other parts of India and the world. The Buddha Purnima celebrations at Sarnath attract large Buddhist crowds as Buddhists offer pray

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5/5/2017 11:56:00 AM

Seemantham: Seemantham is a pregnant women’s ceremony performed during the seventh month of pregnancy. The ceremony is mainly followed in south India. It is an ancient ritual celebrated by the pregnant woman’s parents to take blessings from elders for safe delivery. This function marks as a celebration for her fertility. Pregnant woman’s desires will be fulfilled by family on this day.   Cultural Beliefs: The ceremony is performed to keep the evil spirits away and to have good health. People believe that pregnant lady should listen to “Vishnu Sahasranam”, because the music makes the mind of the pregnant lady mentally relaxed.   Sreemantham Procedure: ·                     On an auspicious day all the women (friends, relatives) are invited to the seemantham occasion. ·       

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