The roles of various saints and great souls, born from time to time, has been significant. They all were messengers of God. Even though their roles cannot be compared to that of God, yet the message they gave inspired humanity
The festival of Chhath is celebrated on the sixth day of the Kartik month of Hindu calendar year. This great Indian festival is observed by worshipping the Sun god i.e. Surya dev. It is a festival of penance (tapa) and
The festival of Deepawali is celebrated on Amavasya, the night of new moon. Bhai Dooj or Yam Dwitiya, is celebrated two days after Diwali. On the second day of the bright fortnight. Like the festival of Raksha Bandhan, this festival
Diwali symbolizes igniting the soul-lamp or awakening of the self. It also symbolizes the coronation of Shri Lakshmi and Shri Narayan. –the first Empress and Emperor of Golden Age. We’ve been igniting the earthen lamps and evoking Shri Lakshmi
The festival of Dhanteras or “Dhanatrayodashi” or “Dhanvantari Trayodashi marks the beginning of 5-day long Diwali festival. One of the most important festivals in India. The preparations for Diwali are at their peak. The festival of Dhanteras is celebrated on the 13th
On the fourth day of Kartik month of Hindu Calendar Year, comes ‘Karva Chauth’ – a fast observed by Hindu wives. On this day, the wife observes fasting from sunrise to moonrise. This is observed for the good health and
There is a quote on the internet – I love you so much it hurts. It is high time this thought changes. Love is an empowering feeling and something which hurts cannot be empowering. True love is unconditional True love
Few days back, I was having a discussion with one of my friends who was having low self-confidence. The reason as per him was that others don’t believe in him. Suddenly it struck me whether this is ‘self-confidence‘ or ‘others-confidence‘?