Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on October 15, 2021 On 15 October 2021, Dussehra or Vijayadashami is celebrated all over India. Dussehra comes from two Sanskrit words, 'Dush' means evil and 'Hara' means destroying. Although Dussehra celebrates the victory of good over evil, the stories behind the festival are different in different parts of India. In North India, the festival celebrates the victory of Lord Ram over Ravana, and therefore, effigies of Ravana are burnt on this day. In the Eastern parts of India, the killing of Mahishasura by Goddess Durga is celebrated and in South India, Dussehra is celebrated to mark the victory of Goddess Chamundeshwari over the demon Mahishasura. Celebrate Dussehra or Vijayadashami by sending these messages to your friends and family. festivals Durga Puja: List Of Famous Durga Puja Pandals In Kolkata May all your worries also disappear with the … [Read more...] about Happy Dussehra 2021: Vijayadashami Messages To Send To Your Friends And Family
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முகப்பு Insync Pulse Pulse | Updated: Friday, October 1, 2021, 15:23 [IST] சாரதா நவராத்திரி ஒவ்வொரு ஆண்டும் புரட்டாசி மாத அமாவாசைக்கு பிறகு வரும் வளர்பிறை பிரதமை திதி முதல் நவமி திதி வரை கொண்டாடப்படும். இந்நாட்களில் துர்கா தேவியின் ஒன்பது அவதாரங்களை வழிபடுவது வழக்கம். இந்த ஆண்டு ஐப்பசி மாத சுக்ல பக்ஷத்தில் வரும் முதல் ஒன்பது நாட்கள் நவராத்திரி விழா கொண்டாடப்பட்டு தசமி திதியில் தீமை அழிக்கப்பட்டு நன்மை வெற்றியடைந்த நாளாக விஜயதசமி கொண்டாடப்படுகிறது. இந்த புனிதமான நாளை நாடு முழுவதும் உள்ள மக்கள் மிகவும் உற்சாகத்துடன், மகிழ்ச்சியுடன் கொண்டாடுவார்கள். MOST READ: விஜயதசமி பற்றி பலருக்கு தெரியாத விஷயங்கள்! ஒன்பது நாட்கள் தசரா விழாவை கொண்டாடிய மக்கள் பத்தாம் நாளான தசமி அன்று விஜயதசமி விழாவுடன் நிறைவு செய்வார்கள். இவ்வாறு நவராத்திரி விழா மற்றும் விஜயதசமி கொண்டாடும் காரணம் பற்றி நாம் இந்த பதிவில் அறிந்து கொள்வோம். MOST READ: ஆயுத பூஜை எதனால் கொண்டாடப்படுகிறது தெரியுமா? பேஸ்புக்கில் எங்களது செய்திகளை உடனுக்குடன் படிக்க … [Read more...] about நவராத்திரிக்கு பிறகு விஜயதசமி ஏன் கொண்டாடப்படுகிறது?
హోమ్ Spirituality Spirituality | Published: Tuesday, September 20, 2022, 14:55 [IST] Dussehra 2022: అత్యంత పవిత్రమైన హిందువుల పండుగ దసరా. దీనిని విజయదశమి అని కూడా పిలుస్తారు. రాముడు రావణుడిని సంహరించిన రోజును, దుర్గా దేవి మహిషాసురునిపై విజయం సాధించిన రోజుగా దసరా జరుపుకుంటారు. విజయదశమి లేదా దసరా నవరాత్రి వేడుకల చివరి రోజున జరుపుకుంటారు. దేశవ్యాప్తంగా జరుపుకునే ముఖ్యమైన హిందూ పండుగలలో ఇది ఒకటి. ఈ సంవత్సరం విజయదశమి అక్టోబర్ 5 బుధవారం నాడు వస్తుంది. ఇది నవరాత్రి ముగింపును సూచిస్తుంది. ఈ వేడుక చెడుపై మంచి సాధించిన విజయానికి ప్రతీక. గ్రెగోరియన్ సెప్టెంబరు మరియు అక్టోబరు చాలా పవిత్రమైన ఆచారాలతో నిండి ఉంటుంది, ముఖ్యంగా హిందూ సమాజానికి. హిందూ లూని-సోలార్ క్యాలెండర్ ప్రకారం, శరదృతువు విషువత్తు తర్వాత అమావాస్య నాడు అశ్విన్ యొక్క ఏడవ నెల ప్రారంభం అవుతుంది. ఈ కాలం రామలీలా ముగింపును కూడా గుర్తు చేస్తుంది. దీనిని ఉత్తర, మధ్య మరియు పశ్చిమ రాష్ట్రాల్లో విస్తృతంగా జరుపుకుంటారు. భారత దేశంలోని దక్షిణ, తూర్పు, ఈశాన్య మరియు కొన్ని ఉత్తరాది రాష్ట్రాలలో … [Read more...] about Dussehra 2022: తేదీ, విజయ ముహూర్తం, రావణ దహన టైం, ప్రాముఖ్యత
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 22, 2022 Dussehra is of paramount significance and as standing evidence of the historical epoch that saw the revival and victory of Dharma over Adharma. Rama, a symbol of Dharma or righteousness, eliminated Ravana, the symbol of evil, in a bitter war that was fought between Rama's forces and Ravana's demon army. Dharma (symbolised by Rama) had been challenged by adharma (Ravana) wherein Rama intervened in the situation and reestablished dharma on planet earth. Seetha was the prime example of Dharmo Rakshati rakshitaha. (Dharma will protect those who follow it). The dharma which she followed protected her from the clutches of the Ravana, the symbol of adharma, through Lord Rama who gave the final verdict. By rescuing seta, he not only followed the dharma of a husband but also dispensed justice to his subjects as an able king who saved them out of the peril called … [Read more...] about Ravan Dahan On Vijayadashami: Time, Rituals, Weapon Worship, Effigy Burning, Celebrations, And Significance
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 16, 2022 Navratri is not regarded as a passing festival that brings on some smiles that soon go out of memory and are ignored in the daily grind. It is a nine-day long festival that symbolises the victory of good over bad. Goddess Durga fought with the most valiant demons and won the battles on these nine specific days hence these nine days or Navratris, are magical days that let your hopes and dreams be realised due to the divine blessings of the Goddess. Goddess Durga fought with the demonic forces and defeated them during the course of the nine days, which came to be celebrated as Navratri. Each day of Navratri is dedicated to the nine different avatars of Maa Durga. The nine-day festivities of Navaratri not only uplift your consciousness to a new level but can also bring unforgettable memories and tidings for a lifetime. Each day of Navaratri is associated with not only … [Read more...] about Durga Puja 2022: Goddess Durga’s Favourite Flowers, Sweets, Fruits And Colours
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 24, 2022 With the onset of the autumn, Bengal prepares itself for one of the most significant Durga puja events, that spells reunion, revival and joyful remembrances of its age-old culture and tradition. On the tenth day, the celebration of Dussehra concludes. As per the belief, this time is when Goddess Durga takes a sojourn from Mount Kailas to her paternal home on earth, bringing along with her, Goddess Laxmi, Goddess Saraswati, and her children, Lord Ganesha and Lord Karthikeya as well. Read more to know how that connects with Navapatrika. Navapatrika is an observance that stems from religious beliefs revolving round the Durga puja. Literally speaking, nava and patrika mean nine plants. Durga is invoked into the navapatrika (branches of nine plants) on the Saptami, which are tied to the twigs of the Aparajita plant using a yellow thread. Read to know more about … [Read more...] about Durga Puja 2022: Navapatrika Puja Date, Time, Significance, And Symbolism of Nine Plants