Hindu rituals

Discover the significance and beauty of Hindu rituals. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural traditions and practices that have been passed down through generations. Start your journey now.
How to please Goddess Lakshmi – 16 Hindu Rituals  Almost every human being loves money and wants to be rich. Every human life has to follow life cycle of karma, upon which they will face many obstacles in their life. Our sastras says that we can please goddess Lakshmi and get blessings of her by following few rituals.  Wake up early morning Clean the premises and apply the coat of cow dung. Decorate house with rangoli designs (muggulu). On every Friday apply turmeric powder to door bottom (gadap Karma, Hindu Mantras, Hindu Rituals, Hinduism Beliefs, Hindu Philosophy, Hindu Dharma, Goddess Lakshmi, Hinduism, Mantra In English

How to please Goddess Lakshmi – 16 Hindu Rituals Almost every human being loves money and wants to be rich. Every human life has to follow life cycle of karma, upon which they will face many obstacles in their life. Our sastras says that we can please goddess Lakshmi and get blessings of her by following few rituals. Wake up early morning Clean the premises and apply the coat of cow dung. Decorate house with rangoli designs (muggulu). On every Friday apply turmeric powder to door bottom…

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Sri.Eswaran
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The religious and cultural heartbeat of India can be found in Varanasi, the most sacred city for Hindus, and the oldest living city in the world, dating back to 2,000 BCE. There are many things to see and do in this spiritual city, but here are a few to get you started.

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Maria Lucia Prema
Indian Hindu devotees perform 'Tarpan', rituals to pay obeisance to one's forefathers on the last day of "Pitrupaksh" - days for offering pr... Indian, Hinduism, Durga Goddess, Hindu Mythology, Hindu, Durga, Hindus, Rituals, The Ritual

In Hindu mythology, the holy day of Mahalaya is described as the day when the gods created the ten armed goddess Durga to destroy the demon king Asura who plotted to drive out the gods from their kingdom. The five-day period of worship of Durga, who is attributed as the destroyer of evil, commences on October 13. People whose fathers have died perform the ritual to seek a peaceful soul for their loved ones on the holy day of Mahalaya. Hindus offer prayers with holy water after taking a dip…

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