Tripuri Poornima

Tripuri Poornima is also called Tripurari Poornima, Kartika Poornima, Kartika purnima, Deva-Diwali or Deva-Deepawali (the Diwali of the Gods) The rakshasa Tripurasura had conquered the whole world after defeating the Gods. He also created three cities of iron, silver and… Continue Reading


Navaratri is the celebration of Goddess Durga in form of Shakti. These Shiv Shaktis are the bestowers of the eight spiritual powers. The first NavaDurga is Goddess Shailputri, is worshipped on the first day of Navratri. Goddess Durga was born… Continue Reading

Nag Panchmi

The image of Snakes brings fear in the minds of most people. Snakes are more visible during the monsoons due to water-logging, Often seeking refuge in homes. However, Lord Shiva knows no fear, and adorns a snake around his neck. Snakes are… Continue Reading



Gangaur (गणगौर) is a colourful festival celebrated in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. ‘Gangaur’ is derived from Gan which means Isarji (Lord Shiva), and Gauri, Goddess  Parvati, who symbolizes Saubhagya (marital bliss). The unmarried women worship Parvati so that they are blessed with… Continue Reading