Riddhi and Siddhi with Ganesha

Siddhi & Buddhi

"Wherever there is Ganesh, there is Success and Prosperity" and "Wherever there is Success and Prosperity there is Ganesh" According to one tradition, Ganesha was...
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Sri Shubha Drishti Ganapathy

The word ‘Drishti’ means sight in Sanskrit. A natural or casual look at anything is harmless. But it is believed that the shafts of...
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Siddhivinayak Vrat

Mushikavaahana modaka hastha, Chaamara karna vilambitha sutra, Vaamana rupa maheshwara putra, Vighna vinaayaka paada namasthe MEANING: "O Lord Vinayaka! the remover of all obstacles, the son of Lord...
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Sri Krishna

A long time ago in ancient India , there lived King Ugrasen. He had two children, prince Kansa and princess Devaki. Prince Kansa was...
Aarti

Why Do We Do Aarti?

Offering Aarti means calling out to God with intense yearning. If a human being calls out to a Deity through the medium of the...
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Why Do We Light A Lamp?

The lamp has its own special place in Sanatan Vaidik Hindu Dharma. It is a form and a symbol of Tej (Absolute fire principle)....
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Goddess Maariamma

The Goddess Mari which is called as Mariamman, is also a Maariamma, sense “mother”. She is the chief South Indian mother deity, chief, biggest...
Pandurang Vitthal

Pandurang Vitthal

The “Vi” in Lord Vithoba’s name denotes knowledge and “Thoba” denotes shape. He is the shape of knowledge or the idol of knowledge. Another...
Raghavendra Swamy

Raghavendra Swamy

Sanku Karna, a divine messenger, used to bring flowers for the daily puja or Sri Maha Vishnu by Lord Brahma. Once when he was...
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What Do The Three Strands Of The Sacred Thread Represent?

The word Upanayan consists of two words, upa and nayan. ‘Upa’ means near and ‘nayan’ means to take towards. In short, Upanayan means taking...