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  • 2/3/2017 12:54 PM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Holi is celebrated after the full moon day in the month of phalgun (February – March). It is traditionally a harvest festival. Like all Hindu festivals, the reason for the celebration of Holi can be traced to Hindu scriptures and it commemorates the victory of good over evil. The significance of Holi is that victory of good over evil is achieved by a young devotee through his unshakable devotion for the Lord.Read More
  • 2/2/2017 12:42 PM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Shivaratri, or Mahashivratri, is the night of Shiva and one of the most auspicious days dedicated to Lord Shiva. The day and night is for devotion and prayer to Siva. Maha Shivratri is the day when prayers and worship are given more importance. There is no fun or merrymaking as in other Hindu festivals. Here is a simple method to perform Shivratri Puja.Read More
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  • 2/1/2017 12:29 PM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Thaipusam, like most Hindu festivals, celebrates the victory of good over evil. It is believed that Goddess Parvati gave the ‘Vel’ (lance) to Lord Muruga on the Thaipusam day to vanquish the Asura (demon) army. Thaipusam is observed on the Pusam star in the Tamil month of ‘Thai’ (January – February).Read More
  • 1/24/2017 6:11 PM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Vasant Panchami, or Vasant Panchami, is a popular festival in North India which heralds the arrival of the spring season. Vasant Panchami 2017 date is February 1. ‘Basant’ or ‘Vasant’ means spring and ‘Panchami’ is the fifth day after Amavasi in Magh month when it is celebrated Saraswathi Pooja is performed in North and Eastern parts of India on the day. Yellow color, which symbolizes prosperity and love, is given importance on the day.Read More
  • 1/4/2017 7:26 PM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading

    Ramana Maharshi (30 December 1879 – 14 April 1950) was an Indian sage and jivanmukta. He was born Venkataraman Iyer, but is most commonly known under the name Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. He was born in what is now Tiruchuli, Tamil Nadu, India. In 1895 an attraction to the holy hill Arunachala and the 63 Nayanars was aroused in him, and in 1896, at the age of 16, he had a "death-experience" in which he became aware of a "current" or "force" (avesam) which he recognised as his true "I" or "self", which he later identified with Ishvara.

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  • 1/3/2017 10:01 AM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Thai Pongal is one of the most important Tamil festivals and is observed in the Tamil Month Thai. Thai Pongal 2017 date is January 14. Pongal takes its name from the famous traditional Tamilian food of the same name and is dedicated to Lord Surya or the Sun God.Read More
  • 1/2/2017 10:01 AM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Sri Thyagaraja Aradhana Festival at Thiruvaiyaru is dedicated to Saint Thyagarajar, the greatest saint composer of Carnatic music. In 2017, the date of Thyagaraja Aradhana Festival is January 13 to January 17. The Tyagaraja Aradhana Festival is observed on the fifth day after full moon in the Telugu month of Pushya. It is the day when Sri Thyagaraja attained Samadhi. The 170th Aradhana Festival Pancha Rathna Keerthana is on 17th January 2017.Read More
  • 12/30/2016 10:01 AM 0 Posted in News By Giri Trading
    Vaikunta Ekadashi is one of the most important Ekadasis. Ekadashi is an auspicious day dedicated to Bhagvan Srihari Vishnu and falls on the eleventh day of every lunar fortnight in traditional Hindu calendar. In 2017, the date of Vaikunta Ekadasi is Sunday, January 8. Swarga Vasal or Paramapada opening is from 3:00 AM on January 8, 2017. Please note that in United States and UK it is marked on January 8, 2017. In Australia and New Zealand it is marked on January 9, 2017. Vaikuntha Ekadasi is observed in the Margali Month (Margazhi Masam) as per Tamil Calendar and in Dhanur Masa as per Telugu Calendar.Read More
  • 12/2/2016 11:07 AM 0 Posted in News By giri trading

    Karthigai Deepam is a Hindu festival which is celebrated mainly by Tamil Hindus. The day of Karthigai Deepam is fixed based on Tamil Solar Calendar. It falls in the month of Karthikai when Karthigai Nakshatra prevails during Ratrimana. This is also the time when Karthigai Nakshatra coincides with Pournami, the full moon day in the month of Karthikai.

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