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April 2017

Maha-Shivratri is the most prominent Shiv-festival celebrated jubilantly by the devotees all over the world in veneration of Bhagwan Shiv. Shivratri falls on every lunisolar month of the Hindu calendar, coming on 13th night/14th day of Phalgun, every February/March; before the arrival of spring, marking

The advent of the lord supreme, Ram Navami. On this auspicious day, Bhagwan Vishnu took his seventh incarnation and arrived in this mortal realm as Dashrath & Kaushalya’s son; Ram. Mostly revered as Maryada Purshottam, his regime is still remembered as the paradigm of perfect

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi, is counted among the prominent Indian festivals, celebrated all over the world with unspeakable merriment. The festival rejoices the impeccable bond shared by a brother and sister; it speaks volumes about this loving relationship that cultivates, evolves and uplifts overtime.

Navratri; celebration of the feminine that is inherent in the cosmos, since inception. The universe founds its origins, springing from the ikshashakti of the parambrahmm, The One. The One initiates the process of creation with the help of both: masculine and feminine energy, in equal