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Significance of Tripura Bhairavi Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Tripura Bhair...

Tripura Bhairavi is an incarnation of the Adi Shakti,

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Significance of Annapurna Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Annapurna Jay...

Annapurna Jayanti is an ancient and unique Hindu festival wh...

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Significance of Dattatreya Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Dattatreya Ja...

It is observed on a Purnima day of the Margashirsha month.

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Significance of Champa Shashti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Champa Shasht...

An incarnation of Lord Shiva who is known as Khandoba or Kha...

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Significance of Maghi Purnima Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Maghi Purnima

Maghi Purnima also known as Magha Purnima is a full moon day...

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Concept of Ardhangini in Hinduism. Indian Sanskriti

Concept of Ardhangini in Hind...

Concept of Ardhangini in Hinduism.

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Siginificance of Swarna Gauri Vrata Indian Sanskriti

Siginificance of Swarna Gauri...

Swarna Gauri Vrata is a festival when Goddess Parvati is wor...

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Significance of Jyeshtha Gauri Avahana Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Jyeshtha Gaur...

Jyeshta Gauri Puja is the popular Vrat observed in the month...

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Significance of Masik Karthigai Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Masik Karthig...

Although Karthigai day is observed every month, the most sig...

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Significance of Atla Tadde Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Atla Tadde

The festival of Atla Tadde is celebrated by women for the lo...

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Significance of Bhuvaneshwari Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Bhuvaneshwari...

The fourth of the ten Mahavidyas, Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is a...

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Significance of  Kedar Gauri Vrat Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Kedar Gauri...

Kedara Gauri Vrat is also known as ‘Kedareshwar Vrat.’ It is...

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Significance of Dyuta Krida Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Dyuta Krida

The gambling is known as Dyuta and playing, or a game of it...

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Significance of Jagaddhatri Puja Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Jagaddhatri P...

Jagaddhatri Puja is also referred as another Durga Puja. It...

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Significance of Soorasamharam Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Soorasamharam

Soorasamharam is celebrated on the last day of the auspiciou...

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Significance of Lalita Panchami Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Lalita Pancha...

Dedicated to Goddess Lalita Devi, Lalita Panchami falls on t...

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Significance of Skanda Sashti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Skanda Sashti

Skanda Sashti, also known as Kanda Sashti falls on the sixth...

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Significance of Bilva Nimantran Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Bilva Nimantr...

Bilva Nimantran is a foremost ritual of Durga puja. The fest...

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Significance of  Kalparambha Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Kalparambha

Kalparambha ritual is conducted on Shashti tithi. The festiv...

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Significance of  Akal Bodhon Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Akal Bodhon

Akal Bodhon is invoking of Goddess Durga. The ritual is perf...

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Significance of Navpatrika Puja Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Navpatrika Pu...

Navpatrika Puja is also known as Maha Saptami. The festival...

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Significance of Adya Kali Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Adya Kali Jay...

Goddess Adya Kali is one among the Dasha Mahavidya. Adya Kal...

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Significance of Jyeshtha Gauri Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Jyeshtha Gaur...

Jyeshta Gauri Puja is the most popular Vrat which is observe...

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Significance of Dhumavati Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Dhumavati Jay...

Dhumavati Jayanti falls on the Shukla Paksha Ashtami, during...

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Significance of Mahesh Navami Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Mahesh Navami

Mahesh Navami falls on Navami or ninth day of the Shukla Pak...

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Significance of Gayatri Jayanti Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Gayatri Jayan...

Goddess Gayatri is worshipped as Veda Mata or the mother of...

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Significance of Gayatri Pratipada Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Gayatri Prati...

Gayatri Pratipada is a glorious and holy day. It is observed...

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Significance of Hartalika Teej Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Hartalika Tee...

Hartalika Teej is celebrated on the Third day of the Shukla...

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Significance of Mangala Gauri Vrat Indian Sanskriti

Significance of Mangala Gauri...

Goddess Parvati is the symbol of power and the epitome of a...

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