Happy Dhanteras 2018 Wishes Images, Wallpaper, Pics, Quotes, Status, SMS, Messages, Photos: For this auspicious day, we have curated some special messages, wishes, and images, which you can share with your loved ones.
Dhanteras 2018: The Dhanteras puja should be performed during the pradosh kaal that starts after sunset and lasts for two hours and 24 minutes. Sthir lagna is considered to be the best time to start the puja on Dhanteras.
Dhanteras 2018 (Dhantrayodashi 2018) Date in India: Hindu devotees pay their respects and worship Lord Kubera, also known as the God of wealth and Goddess Lakshmi, on the auspicious day of Trayodashi. This year, Dhanteras falls on November 5.
Dussehra 2018, Puja Vidhi, Muhurat Timings, Samagri, Mantra, Procedure: The festival falls on the tenth day of the month of Ashwin in the Hindu calendar. This year, it will be celebrated on October 19.
Vijayadashami 2018, Dussehra 2018 Date in India: This Indian festival is celebrated on the tenth day of the month Ashwin of the Hindu calendar and will fall on October 19 this year.
Durga Navami 2018 Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, Time, Mantra, Samagri: Navami is the day when Maa Durga defeats the buffalo demon Mahishasura, to emerge victorious.
Navratri Maha Navami 2018, Durga Navami 2018 Date in India: Maha Navami, which falls on the ninth and last day of the Navratri festival, will be observed on October 18 this year.
Durga Ashtami 2018, Puja Vidhi, Muhurat Timings, Mantra, Samagri, Procedure: Durga Ashtami also known as Mahashtami is celebrated on the eighth day of Navratri.
Durga Ashtami 2018 Date in India: The five-day celebration during Durga Puja is marked by unending revelry and celebrates the triumph of good over the evil. While each day has its own significance, the eighth day or Maha Ashtami is considered as the most auspicious.
Navratri 2018 Puja Vidhi, Samagri, Mantra, Procedure: During this time, devotees come together to celebrate one main thing — the victory of good over evil, that is when Goddess Durga emerged victorious over the demon king Mahishasura.
Navratri 2018: While the eastern and north-eastern states refer to the celebrations as Durga Puja, for the northern and western belt, it is a nine-night festival that is observed to celebrate the victory of Rama over Ravana.
Navratri 2018 October Start and End Date in India: The festival, according to the Hindu calendar, is celebrated in the month of Ashvin, that generally falls in September and October. This year it will start from October 10 and will continue till October 18.
Mahalaya Amavasya 2018 Date and Time, Puja Vidhi, Mantra, Timings: Some of the myths say that Goddess Durga visits the earth for only four days but seven days prior to the Pujas, starts the Mahalaya.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2018 or Vinayaka Chaturthi 2018 falls on 13th September this year. Know the history, significance and ritual of this festival that is celebrated with much fervour across the country.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: While there are no set rules and regulations for the decorations when it comes to Ganesh Chaturthi, each one of us wants our idol and pandals to stand out. Here are some innovative, eye-catching ideas.
Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi 2018 Date in India: On this day, the birth of Ganesha is commemorated and this year, it will be celebrated on September 13. It is observed with much fervour and people install Ganesha idols in their homes.
Hartalika Teej Puja 2018 Vrat Katha, Vidhi, Procedure: Know how to observe the festival of Hartalika Teej which falls on 12th September 2018 this year.
Hartalika Teej 2018 Date in India: Haritalika Teej is celebrated during Shukla Paksha Tritiya of Bhadrapada month. Haritalika Teej comes one month after Hariyali Teej and mostly celebrated one day before Ganesh Chaturthi.
Hartalika Teej 2018 Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, Timings, Samagri, Procedure: To be observed on September 11, it is celebrated during Shukla Paksha Tritiya of Bhadrapada month. The Hartalika puja muhurat will be performed from 6:08am to 8:35am.
Krishna Janmashtami 2018: While the festival is a time of celebration and fun with beautifully decorated jhoolas, raas lila performances and Dahi Handi competitions, the legend behind Lord Krishna’s birth is a fascinating one.
Krishna Janmashtami 2018 Puja Vidhi, Samagri, Timings, Muhuart: Janmashtami is a popular festival in the northern belt of the country especially in Mathura (said to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna), in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan, and in the northeastern states like Assam and Manipur.
Janmashtami 2018 Date in India: Janmashtami is observed on Ashtami of the ‘Krishna Paksha’ in the ‘Bhadrapada’ month according to Hindu lunisolar calendar. This year it falls on September 2 and ends on September 3.
Kajli or Kajari Teej is celebrated 15 days after Hariyali Teej or Chhoti teej. Usually, Kajari Teej is observed three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami. This year it falls on August 29.
In Mahabharata, when the Pandavas and their family were going to the war, the entire family prayed for their welfare and protection. Draupadi tied a sacred thread on the hand of Lord Krishna and Kunti tied it on the hand of her grandson, Abhimanyu.
Onam 2018: The celebration continues for 10 days, beginning with Attham and ending up with Thiruvonam. The public holidays are declared four days before the festival, which is on the day of Uthradom. Know the significance, history and timings of Subh Puja here.