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How Durga Puja is celebrated in Kolkata and its Cultural Significance

Bharat is a land of festivals, more so Bengal where the common refrain of ‘Baro Maash, Tero Parbon’ (Twelve Months with Thirteen Festivals) is...

Rediscover Dharma – why do we keep food for crows during Mahalayam Shraddha?

Once a devotee asked Mahaswamigal, why do we keep food for Crows during Mahalayam? Are our ancestors taking forms of Crows? Why do they...

This sprawling banyan tree in Gaya is most popular during Pitru Paksha

Gaya is considered as the best place for Pind Daan in Pitru Paksha for the salvation of ancestors and peace of their soul. From...

Allahabad University to offer courses in Hindu astrology, rituals

The department of Sanskrit in Allahabad University (AU) is introducing a new course in Hindu astrology and rituals with the aim of conserving the...

“This a Dravidian Model govt”, DMK MP stops Bhumi puja of center’s project

A DMK MP has objected to Bhumi puja being performed while initiating government projects. The MP demanded that a padre, imam and atheists also...

Permission denied to hold jagran in Muslim-dominated area of Meerut

The Meerut administration has denied permission to few Hindu groups, who were planning to hold a 'jagran' (night-long Hindu ritual) in a Muslim-dominated locality...

To give or not to give: ‘Kanyādāna’ in an age of idiocy and instantaneity

Kanyādāna’ is on the news this wedding season for strange – though not totally unexpected – reasons both in Bharat and globally. Part of...

Halal-certified jaggery used for offerings to Bhagwan Ayyappa at Sabarimala, rotten jaggery auctioned to ‘brew alcohol’

Even as more and more videos appear on social media where Islamists spit into food in the name of making it Halal ('pure' or...

No champagne sharing, cake cutting in Kodagu marriages says Kodava Samaj

Ponnampet Kodava Samaj in Karnataka's Kodagu district has banned the practice of cake cutting and champagne sharing by newly-wed couples stating that it isn't...

Pitru Paksha and Shradh – when Hindus worship their ancestors

Pitru Paksha is the period of 16 days beginning with the Purnima Shradh and culminating with the Mahalaya Amavasya or the Sarvapitru Amavasya. During...

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