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Amavasya

:: The first Amavasya from 2021 ::

Sending peaceful vibes globally, much needed in everyone’s heart.Nurturing the heart with peace and harmony, despite the galactic havoc.May, the sacred fire of this New Moon ritual, in Maa Kali temple,  touch your heart deeply, providing what you need now..::: Aum Devi Maa :::

Diwali

Diwali

Diwali is celebrated for about five days, this year is between 12th till 16th Nov. On November 14th, we celebrate Laxmi Puja in the evening, and Kali puja late in the night, till after midnight (IST). During Diwali, we can find different meanings about these famous celebrations, starting from the simplest ones, till reaching the… Continue reading Diwali

Laxmi

Dhanteras

Dhanteras or Dhanatrayodashi, takes place this year on 13th Nov. Dhan means wealth, while teras means the 13th day of the lunar calendar, according to the Hindu calculations.There is a long legend about this day, saying that Goddess Laxmi took birth while the churning of the ocean was happening, between Devas (demigods) and Asuras (demons),… Continue reading Dhanteras

Night of Kartik

The eight night of Kartik month

How do I write my posts?I was thinking about this just now.., some prepare in advance, others have  many writings to copy and paste, and as for me, it depends on my mood, like now, I m doing spontaneously…Today´s at midnight, marks in the calendar one of the most auspicious days for worshipping Shree Radharani,… Continue reading The eight night of Kartik month

Rasalilaa

The Full Moon of the Universal love.

The next full moon is one of the dearest of the year, hence is called Sharad Poornima, which takes place in the most special and sacred month, called Kartik, which occurs during October-November.And the presiding deity is Vrindavaneshwari Shree Radha, all the glorifications, penances and vows belong to Her.The pastime of this month begins with… Continue reading The Full Moon of the Universal love.

Siddhidatri Devi

Ninth day of Navaratri: Siddhidatri Devi

The ninth day of Navaratri: Siddhidatri Devi, the giver of all siddhis, special powers… Through worship and Meditation upon all the forms of Durga, culminating with that of Siddhidatri, we can attain perfection and infinite blessings from her. It is said that even Lord Shiva got his powers through Siddhidatri Devi. Shiva Mahadev got his… Continue reading Ninth day of Navaratri: Siddhidatri Devi

Mahagauri Devi

Eigth day of Navaratri: Mahagauri Devi

~•Eight day of Navaratri: Mahagouri, the great white Goddess. It is Said that Mahagouri Devi is of extremely fair complexion, and radiant like the full moon.  Parvati was doing penance to win Lord Shiva, her body became black and dirty. When Shiva accepted her he washed her with Ganga water,  which made her shine resplendently.… Continue reading Eigth day of Navaratri: Mahagauri Devi

Kali Maa

Seventh day of Navaratri: Kali Maa

Seventh-day of Navaratri: KALI RATRI, She is a form of Kali. By worshiping her, and meditating on her, we connect with the Sahasrara chakra, and the barriers between mind, body, and spirit begin to dissolve. She blesses us with happiness and courage, helping to remove sadness, pain, and fear. Kali embodies the dynamic power within… Continue reading Seventh day of Navaratri: Kali Maa

Katyayani Devi

Sixth day of Navaratri: Katyayani Devi

The sixth day of Navaratri: Katyayani Devi is the daughter of father Katya, a devoted sage who did rigorous penance in order to have Durga as his daughter. Katyayani Devi rides a lion too, She was called to finally get rid of the big demon Mahishasura, that was causing big havoc. She is also known… Continue reading Sixth day of Navaratri: Katyayani Devi

Skandamata Devi

Fifth day of Navaratri: Skandamata Devi

• Fifth day of Navaratri: Skandamata Devi rides a fierce lion, holding her six-headed son,…in worshiping her we call forth the protection & care that the Divine Mother has for all of the creation, like us, who are all her children.  By worshipping Maa Skandamata, and receiving her cozy unconditional motherly love,  She bestows over… Continue reading Fifth day of Navaratri: Skandamata Devi

Kushmanda Devi

Fourth day of Navaratri: Kushmanda Devi

• Fourth day of Navaratri: Kushmanda Devi, the power of Shakti that created the universe. Worshiping Kushmanda helps us to feel the spark of divine existence that radiates from the sun to and through us all. She helps us to attain strength, good health, happiness, and spiritual illumination.She relates with the Anahat Chakra, allowing space… Continue reading Fourth day of Navaratri: Kushmanda Devi

Chandraghanta Devi

Third day of Navaratri: Chandraghanta Devi

The third day of Navaratri: Chandraghanta Devi, She is a very powerful form of Durga, posed as a warrior, she is ready to destroy the obstacles and enemies of her devotees. She is full of love and compassion, courage, and valor as well. Chandraghanta Devi only wants to bestow happiness and prosperity on those who… Continue reading Third day of Navaratri: Chandraghanta Devi