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The festival of Diwali was performed by the Ayodhya residents lighting ghee lamps to welcome Lord Rama and Mother Sita on their return for 14 years. Along with this, there is a belief for this day that Goddess Lakshmi was born on this day, that's why Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day. This festival is considered a symbol of the victory of good over evil. This festival is celebrated in every part of India whether it is North India or South India. The festival of lamps is also called Deepavali.

According to Hindu Panchag, this festival is celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. Diwali is a five-day festival. It begins on the day of Dhanteras and the festival is celebrated till Bhaidduj.

Diwali is a festival in India that everyone celebrates as a festival, that is why it is called Mahaparva. Another is to bring the light of knowledge in life, then it is celebrated to wish happiness and prosperity. On this day, worshipers meet with their loved ones and give them gifts. Congratulations on this auspicious festival.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Why is Navratri Celebrated - NAVRATRI Festival 2019

September 03, 2019
Why is Navratri Celebrated  - NAVRATRI Festival 2019
Navaratri 2019 in India will begin on
Sunday
,
29 September
and ends on
Monday
,
7 October
Dates may vary.









Happy Navratri 2019 

Navratri commemorates the victory of Goddess Durga over a demon, Mahishasur, who had started toturing innocent people. At the call of the gods, Goddess Durga, astride a lion, fought with the demon and cut off his head.




Navratri is a joyous Hindu festival which is celebrated during early fall season - from the first to the ninth date of Ashwin Shukla Paksha of the Hindu calendar (late September / early October). The goddess in the form of the Universal Mother is worshiped for nine nights and hence the name nava-ratri. On the tenth day, the festival comes to an end with a special puja called Vijaya Dasami.




Navaratri festival, which becomes Durga Puja in Bengal and Eastern India towards the latter part, is devoted to Mother Goddess known as Durga; Bhadrakali; Amba or Jagadamba; Annapurna; Sarvamangala; Bhairavi; Chandika; Lalita; and Bhavani. It marks the universal resurgence of the power of creation over destruction.


Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shakti Rupena Samsthita


Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha




Navratri is a major hindu festival celebrated to worship Goddess Durga,the goddess of power and strength.
This festival is celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm all over India.
Nav means nine and ratri means nights.
All nine days and nights of Navratri, different avatars of Goddess Durga are worshipped with full faith and devotion.The tenth day is Dussehra or Vijayadashmi.
People pray and recites JAI MATA DI Slogan and visit temple everyday religiously during these nine days.
Though Navratri falls five times a year but the Sharad Navratri(falls in Sep-Oct) and Vasant Navratri(March-April) are the most important.



Days of Navratri:



Navratri Day 1:

On the First Day of Navratri, Shailaputri Avatar of Goddess Durga is worshipped.
Shailaputri Maa is the daughter of Lord Himalaya.She is also known by names of Maa Sati,Parvati,Hemavati.Maa Shailaputri is the form of nature on its own.


Prayer :



VANDE VAANCHHIT LAABHAAYA CHANDRARDHA KRITA SHEKHARAAM
VRISHAARUDHAAM SHULADHARAAM SHAILA- PUTRIM YASHASVINIIM


On the first day people grow Khetri out of barley seeds in an earthen pot.It is considered the long and green the Khetri is the better life you will have.

Navratri day 2:



On the second day Brahmacharini form of Maa Durga is worshipped.Brahma means to do Tapa(penance) and charya means to engage into something.
Maa Brahmacharini is the devi of Wisdom,Knowledge,Love and Loyalty.
Goddess Brahmacharini grants success and victory to all of her devotees.



Prayer:



Dadhana Kara Padmabhyamakshamala Kamandalu

Devi Prasidatu Mayi Brahmacharinyanuttama



Navratri Day 3:



Third form of Goddess Durga is Chandraghanta Maa also known as Chandika and Rannchandi.
Chandra means Moon and Ghanta means bell.One who has half moon shaped bell.Goddess Chandraghanta destroys all the physical and mental sufferings
and rewards peace,courage and bliss to all of her devotees.


Prayer:






Pindaja Pravararudha Chandakopastrakairyuta

Prasadam Tanute Mahyam Chandraghanteti Vishruta



Navratri Day 4:



Maa Kushmanda is the fourth incarnation of Goddess Durga.
Kushmanda Maa is the creator of Universe.She is radiant and full of energy . Kushmanda blesses health,wealth and sterngth to all her devotees.



Prayer:



Surasampurna Kalasham Rudhiraplutameva Cha

Dadhana Hastapadmabhyam Kushmanda Shubhadastu Me



Navratri Day 5:



Skanda Mata is fifth form of Goddess Durga.Skanda is the name of God of war , Kartikeya and Mata means mother.
Skanda Mata bestows power,prosperity and wealth to its devotees and keeps them away from all the sinful activities.


Prayer:



Simhasanagata Nityam Padmanchita Karadvaya
Shubhadastu Sada Devi Skandamata Yashasvini


Navratri Day 6:



Goddess Katyayani is the sixth form of NavDurga.She is a warrior Goddess also known by the name of Bhadrakali and Chandika.She is very popular among female devotees.
Goddess Katyayani instills inner strength , knowledge and power to its devotees.


Prayer:



Chandrahasojjvalakara Shardulavaravahana

Katyayani Shubham Dadyad Devi Danavaghatini



Navratri Day 7:


Goddess Kaalratri is the seventh form of NavDurga.This Avatar of Goddess Durga is in its most fiercest form .It is beleived that Maa Kaalratri destroys all the
bad spirits ,Evil power and demons.



Prayer:



Ekaveni Japakarnapura Nagna Kharasthita
Lamboshthi Karnikakarni Tailabhyakta Sharirini
Vamapadollasalloha Latakantakabhushana।

Vardhana Murdhadhwaja Krishna Kalaratrirbhayankari



Navratri Day 8:



Maha Gauri is the eighth incarnation of Goddess Durga. As the name suggest Maa Gauri has a fair complextion . She is also known by the name of Shwetambaradhara.
It is beleived that Mahagauri fulfills all the wishes of her devotees.
Mahagauri destroys all the sufferings and bless the devotess with a peaceful and happy life.


Prayer:



Shwete Vrishesamarudha Shwetambaradhara Shuchih

Mahagauri Shubham Dadyanmahadeva Pramodada




Navratri Day 9:



Goddess Siddhidatri is the ninth form of NavDurga. Maa Siddhidatri possess all type of Siddhis(supernatural power) .
Since Goddess Siddhidatri possess great powers and siddhis she is also worshipped by Gods,Gandharva,Asurs and Yaksha.It also provides direction and energy to
Planet Ketu.


Prayer:



Siddha Gandharva Yakshadyairasurairamarairapi
Sevyamana Sada Bhuyat Siddhida Siddhidayini



During Navratri devotees observe fasts and pray with full faith and devotion. Some fast for all nine days and some fast on 1st and 8th Day or 9th Day.
On 8th Day , also called Ashtami ,devotees break their fast after performing Kanjak Pooja.
Ashtami is a ritual on which nine girls, also called Kanjaks, are invited to the house. The devotee first washes their feet and feed them with delicacies like
Halwa,poori,chana and kheer.

After the feeding is done some form of gift and money is presented to the Kanjaks and then their blessings are taken and the fast is broken.
Ninth day is called Navmi. Some Devotees break their fast and perform Kanjak Pooja on Navami instead of Ashtami.
During Navratri Temples are decorated ,Khetri is sown,people engage in Garba,a kind of indian dance .

Special type of foods are made during fasting.Generally people avoid eating Tamsik food like onions and garlic.Not all types of food can be eaten in Navratri.

Here is a list of foods :


Grains:Grains itself or Flour made form Kuttu(buckwheat),Rajgira(amaranth),Singhara (Water Chestnut).


Milk and Milk Products: All type os Milk and Milk products can be eaten like Curd,Khoya,paneer,ghee.

Fruits: All types of fresh or dried fruits can be eaten.


Vegetables:Potatoes,Sweet potatoes,Colacasia(arbi), Yam,Kachaloo.


Spices: Rock Salt(Sendha Namak) , Black Pepper, Cardamom , Ajwain , Dried pomengrate seeds.

Other stuff like Peanut,Sabudana,Makhana,Coconut are also allowed.

Onion,Garlic,egg,non-veg, alchohl should not be consumed on this pious occassion.

Telling about the formation of DIWALI STORY

September 03, 2019
Telling about the formation of DIWALI STORY


There are lot of stories telling about the formation of Diwali. Below are some of them.



1. Return of Rama:-


The most famous legend behind the celebrations of diwali is about Return of Lord Sri Rama (Prince of Ayodya) to Ayodhya after Winning war with Ravana. Sri Ramachandra was staying in jungle for 14 years to full fill the promise his father has given to one of his wife. At that time The Devil king Ravana has kidnapped the Devi sita the wife of Rama. So Sri ramachandra conducted the war with help of monkey soldiers and won the war. He returned to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and younger brother Lakshmana after fourteen years. To Celebrate the joy of this occasion people of Ayodhya decorated their home with lamps to show the love and affection to their Price. So that day is celebrated as Diwali from there.



2. Incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi :-


People believe that Goddess Lakshmi (of wealth and prosperity), was incarnated On the auspicious new moon day, which is 'Amavasya' of the Hindi month of Kartik the. She appeared from the sea during the churning of the ocean, which is known as 'Samudra Manthan', by the demons on one side and 'Devataas' on the other side. Samudra manthan was done in order to extract 'amruth' which will help you to live for ever. People worship of Goddess Lakshmi, the Lakshmi Pujan, on the day of Diwali became a tradition.



3. Lord Krishna Destroyed Narakasura:-


Another story behind the celebrations of Diwali is about killing Narakasur the demon king ruler of Pragjyotishpur, in South of Nepal. He had a war with lord Indra the king of Heaven and defeated Lord indra. He snatched the Magnificent earrings of Indras mother aditi. Narakasura also imprisoned daughters of gods and saints. Lord indra was a relative of satybabhama (wife of lord Krishna). Lord Krishna defeated narakasura and released all women from his custody. People celebrated this occasion with decorating their house with Lamps placed all over.



4. Return of Pandavas:-


Kauravas cheated Pandavas on the game of dice and won. As a result pandavas had to go to forest for thirteen years and should abscond for one year. If Kauravas was able to identify them in absconding period they have to repeat another 3 years in Juncle. After succesfully completing this Pandavas returned to their country. People all over their Kingdom celebrated this occasion with lamps placed all over the house

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Raksha Bandhan 2019 रक्षाबंधन: जानिए राखी बांधने का सही मुहूर्त और समय

July 31, 2019
Raksha Bandhan 2019 रक्षाबंधन: जानिए राखी बांधने का सही मुहूर्त और समय
कब है रक्षाबंधन 2019, तिथि और राखी बांधने का शुभ मुहूर्त 

राखी का त्‍योहार इस बार 15 अगस्‍त, यानी स्वतंत्रता दिवस के दिन होगा. इस दिन गुरुवार पड़ रहा है. अक्सर रक्षा बंधन के दिन बहनें यह देखती हैं कि राखी बांधने का शुभ मुहूर्त क्या है? तो आपको बता दें कि इस साल रक्षा बंधन पर राखी बांधने मुहूर्त काफी लंबा है. रक्षा बंधन 2019 के दिन बहने अपने भाई को सुबह 05:49 से शाम के 6:01 बजे तक राखी बांध सकती हैं. चलिए हिंदू पंचांग के अनुसार देखते हैं रक्षाबंधन के शुभ मुहूर्त- 

2019 में रक्षाबंधन कब है: 15 अगस्त, गुरुवार. रक्षाबंधन के शुभ मुहूर्त

रक्षा बंधन के दिन राखी बांधने का मुहूर्त - सुबह 05:49 से शाम 6:01
इस साल रक्षाबंधन पर्व पर 15 अगस्त को मनाया जायेगा, सावन मास के अंतिम दिन मनाये जाने वाले इस पावन त्यौहार है। प्रथा के अनुसार इस अवसर पर बहनें अपने भाई की दाहिनी कलाई पर रक्षा सूत्र बांधती हैं और भाई बदले में उसकी जीवन भर रक्षा करने का वचन देता है । रक्षाबन्धन  में  राखी और रक्षासूत्र का सबसे अधिक महत्व है।इस दिन प्रात: स्नानादि से निवृत्त होकर लड़कियां और महिलाएं पूजा की थाली सजाती हैं।

थाली में राखी के साथ रोली या हल्दी, चावल, दीपक और मिठाई होते हैं। लड़के और पुरुष स्नानादि कर पूजा या किसी उपयुक्त स्थान पर बैठते हैं। उन्हें रोली या हल्दी से टीका कर चावल को टीके पर लगाया जाता है और सिर पर छिड़का जाता है, उनकी आरती उतारी जाती है और तब दाहिनी कलाई पर राखी बांधी जाती है। भाई बदले में उसकी जीवन भर रक्षा करने का वचन देता है । रक्षाबंधन का अनुष्ठान पूरा होने के बाद ही भोजन किया जाता है। 

Sunday, July 28, 2019

Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Songs Download Free

July 28, 2019
Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Songs Download Free
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रक्षाबंधन की पावन त्योहार पर जो हम यह गाने सुनते हैं| तो हमारा मन भी इन गानों को गुनगुनाने लगता है| यह गाने आज हम सभी के बीच लोकप्रिय हैं इसे हर कोई सुनता है | अपने परिवार वालों के साथ सुनता इन गानों को रक्षाबंधन के अवसर पर सुनता है| इन गानों को सुनने पर आपको समझ में आएगा किस तरीके से एक भाई बहन के बीच जो प्रेम होता है इन गानों के माध्यम से बताया गया है हमारी वेबसाइट से आप रक्षाबंधन के गाने डाउनलोड कर सकते है | राखी स्पेशल MP3 गाने और वीडियो फॉर्मेट में आप यहां से डाउनलोड कर सकते है आप का हमारे इस लेख को पढ़ने के लिए बहुत-बहुत धन्यवाद.



1 . Behna Ne Bhai ki-Raksha Bandhan song



This song is from the movie 'Resham ki Dor' directed by Atma Ram in 1974 and picturised on Dharmendra. The music was by Shankarsinh Raghuwanshi & Jaikishan Dayabhai Pankal. This song has come to epitomise the festival of Raksha Bandhan-the bond of brotherly love between a brother and his sister.



2 . Bhaiya Mere Rakhi Ke - Balraj Sahani & Nanda - Chhoti Behan - Raksha Bandhan Special Song




3 . Behena ne bhai ki kalai se pyar bandha hai




4 .Mere Bhaiyaa Mere Chanda - Kaajal Movie - Asha Bhosle

 



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