Pradosha or Pradosham Vrat is observed two times in a month on the thirteenth day of every fortnight. According to the Hindu calendar, the period is called Trayodashi, which is the thirteenth day of the waxing and waning phases of the Moon. On this day, Lord Shiva and Parvati are worshipped as the legend about this Vrat is connected to them.
Vaastu Shastra or Feng Shui is the art of using the energy of nature in our lives. The proper placement of things brings positivity, happiness, and growth into one’s home where if the energy is not directed properly, it brings the opposite results.
Soorasamharam or Sooranporu is one of the significant Hindu festivals. It is celebrated for six days and is dedicated to the worship of Lord Murugan in Tamil. As per the Tamil calendar, it falls in the month of Karthik, and hence every year, Soorasamharam is celebrated in October or November as the date varies. This year’s Soorasamharam will be celebrated on Friday, 20th November.
Are you in the habit of waking up in the morning and going through your favorite horoscope app or website or app? With the confusion and uncertainty that are prevailing in the world, it's not surprising that people are increasingly turning to astrology for some certitude and answers. But horoscopes and future predictions form only a part of this fascinating subject. If you wish to explore in depth, there are many astrology podcast that are not only informative but also entertaining. Here are 5 astrology podcasts that will both educate and entertain you.
Relationships can be difficult, for being with another person for a long time is not without its problems. But if you don't mind making the effort, relationships can give a lot of joy and pleasure. Many things have a role to play in the success of a relationship. Let us see ten of the most important. By applying them to your relationship, you can create a more loving and happier relationship.
Tiruvannamalai is a Hindu pilgrimage town located in Tamil Nadu. All the significant festivals in Hinduism are celebrated here at the Arunachaleswara temple. One of these most significant festivals is Karthigai Deepam that people of Tamil Nadu rejoice every year with great passion and devotion. This year’s celebration will be on 29th November and will go on for ten days.