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Shaligram

“ PUJITO’HAM NA TAIR MARTYAIR NAMITO’HAM NA TAIR NARAH
NAKRTAM MARTYA LOKE YAIH SALAGRAM SILARCANAM “

Lord Shiva speaks to his son...

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Durva Grass
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Durva : The Sacred Grass

Durva(Agrostis linearis) is a special type of sacred grass. The word Durva is derived from the words duhu and avam. Duhuavam means that which is far...

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Bel Leaf : Bilva Patra

The word bilva (bel tree) is usually used as bilva-patra (leaf of bel). It is a sacred tree having sacrificial importance. Leaves of this sacred tree...

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Peepal (Ashvattha) Tree

Peepal or pipal (Ficus religious) Tree also known as “Ashvattha” in Sanskrit is a very large tree and the first-known depicted tree in...

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Birthday : Hindu way

The most important day in a person’s life is his own birthday. A Birthday Puja being conducted on your birthday is very special, indeed, as your...

Ekadashi
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Ekadashi

Ekadashi means the 11th day after the full moon and the 11th day after the new moon. The human physiology goes through a cycle called a mandala...

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Sanskrit

Sanskrit is considered to be the oldest language of the gods, as it is made up of the primordial sounds. Today, Sanskrit is the classical language of...

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Tulsi

Tulsi,  otherwise known as holy basil, is known for its healing power. In Hindu mythology, Tulsi is worshipped as Goddess, also considered as a...

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Ekadashi

Ekadashi means the 11th day after the full moon and the 11th day after the new moon. The human physiology goes through a cycle called a mandala, approximately every 40...

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