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Ram Navami Celebration 2021

2021-05-21T06:26:17+05:30

Maryada Purushottam Shree Ram descended on this earth on the 9th of Chaitra month of the Hindu Calendar. This auspicious day was celebrated by JKYog India on the 21st of April ...

Ram Navami Celebration 20212021-05-21T06:26:17+05:30

JAGADGURUTTAM DIWAS 2021

2021-02-09T17:09:33+05:30

On January 14th, 1957, the 5th Original Jagadguru of the world, Swami Shree Kripaluji Maharaj was honored with the title: Jagadguruttam (the best of all Jagadgurus) by the Kashi Vidvat Parishat. ...

JAGADGURUTTAM DIWAS 20212021-02-09T17:09:33+05:30

Make this Diwali celebration truly special

2020-11-07T19:13:48+05:30

The festival of Diwali so deeply rooted in culture and spirituality is awaited in high spirits every year. Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit word Deepavali meaning rows of light. It ...

Make this Diwali celebration truly special2020-11-07T19:13:48+05:30

Shree Krishna in Your Heart and Home This Janmashtami

2020-11-07T18:58:21+05:30

The all-pervading Supreme Lord dwells in our heart, playing hide-and-seek. If we can discover Him, we can attain the infinite, eternal bliss. However, our finite mind and intellect cannot realize him, ...

Shree Krishna in Your Heart and Home This Janmashtami2020-11-07T18:58:21+05:30

Why do we celebrate Ram Navami?

2020-11-07T19:02:56+05:30

Bhagavan Ram, the eldest of four brothers, was born to King Dashrath and Mother Kaushalya of the Surya vansh dynasty during Treta Yug. He was born at noon when the sun was at ...

Why do we celebrate Ram Navami?2020-11-07T19:02:56+05:30

Origins of Holi

2020-11-07T19:21:04+05:30

Holi is known as the festival of colors and celebrated with great enthusiasm and playfulness everywhere. It is a great equalizer as people from different walks of life come together to ...

Origins of Holi2020-11-07T19:21:04+05:30

Why do we celebrate Mahashivratri?

2020-11-07T19:22:28+05:30

Mahashivratri is one of the grandest festivals celebrated in India. Every year, devotees throng at temples to pay their respects to Lord Shiv or Bholanath. Based on knowledge from the ...

Why do we celebrate Mahashivratri?2020-11-07T19:22:28+05:30
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