Hanumath Jayanti, the birthday of pawansut Hanuman, the ardent devotee of Shri Ram who defined bhakti and took it to a level where other devotees can only look with admiration.
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.
Dusshehra/VijayDashmi is among the prime Sanatan festivals celebrating the victory of good over evil. On this day, Bhagwan Ram ended Ravan’s terror and reinstalled Dharm in the land of the rakshasas, Lanka under Vibhishan’s regime.
Diwali or Deepawali, the most awaited festival throughout the year, marks the arrival of Shri Ram in Ayodhya after eliminating Raavan. The world witnessed the dawn of Dharm in Lanka after the tyranny of Dashanan was over, but the real Dharmoday happened with the arrival
Shri Nimbark was the founder saint of “Nimbark Sampraday” (sect). His sect also became famous in the name of “Sankadi Sampraday”. Shri Nimbark is believed to be the incarnation of Surya Dev. Few people believe him to be the incarnation of lord’s favourite weapon