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Bali Yatra –Remembering a glorious Past

In the past too India was a land of plenty with flourishing trade with various countries around the world. There were navigation and trade links with various countries around the globe. There was plenty...

Rudralife: Online Store for Certified Rudraksha Mala 0

Rudralife: Online Store for Certified Rudraksha Mala

Rudralife is an organization that is dedicated to supplying the best quality of ISO Lab Certified Rudraksha to ensure that only genuine beads are provided to customers. Our online store for certified Rudraksha Mala...

Why Should One Abstain From Buying Java Rudraksha? (Caveat Emptor “Buyers Beware”) 0

Why Should One Abstain From Buying Java Rudraksha? (Caveat Emptor “Buyers Beware”)

Welcome to the auspicious world of Rudraksha which is known to be associated or identified with Lord Shiva. This seed is known for its magnetic and paramagnetic properties. The standards of a good quality...

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Tulsi Vivah (1st November 2017)

Tulsi is venerated as a goddess in Hinduism and sometimes considered a wife of Vishnu, sometimes with the epithet Vishnupriya, “the beloved of Vishnu”. The Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage ritual of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to the Shaligram or Vishnu or...

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Diwali – The Festival of Sparkling Lights

In India, Diwali is undoubtedly the festival of happiness, positivity and celebration of good over evil. It is a 5 day long festival in which friends, family and loved ones gather together for a...

Sharad Purnima 5th October 2017 0

Sharad Purnima 5th October 2017

Sharad Purnima also known as Kojagiri Purnima or Kumar Purnima is a harvest festival celebrated on Purnima (full moon day) of the Hindu lunar month Ashwin (September / October). It is one of the...

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Dussehra (30th September 2017)

Dussehra is celebrated on the 10th day of Navratri. This day marks the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana. Legend has it that Ravana, the mighty ruler was from the lineage of Lord Brahma....

Shardiya Navratri (The Nine Mukhi Rudraksha) 0

Shardiya Navratri (The Nine Mukhi Rudraksha)

Devi or the divine Goddess was considered to be the all-encompassing loving Mother of the Universe. Her name, presence and the Nine Mukhi Rudraksha was considered as protective amulets for her devotees. The Navadurga’s...

Rudralife: Navratri Celebrations Across India 0

Rudralife: Navratri Celebrations Across India

Navratri is a festival that celebrates 9 holy nights in which worshipping different forms of Goddess Durga. The scriptures call her the embodiment of strength and the destroyer of evil forces. “ Mahishasura Nirnashi,...