Category: vrat

Importance of Magha Amavasya

The Amavasya during the waning moon (Krishna Paksha) in the month of Magha is called Magha Amavasya or Mauni Amavasya, according to the Hindu Calendar. On this day, the individual should remain silent (maun)...

Rituals of the Shivaratri Vrata

The Shivaratri vrata is a very powerful and auspicious vratham that is dedicated to the Supreme Lord Shiva. The greatness of this vrata is mentioned in all the major Hindu puranas. The Skandha Purana...

Santoshi Mata Vrat Katha

On a Friday fast, Santoshi Mata Vrat Katha must be read and recited to others during Santoshi Mata Puja. In ancient times there used to be an old lady who had seven sons. Six...

Shukrawar Vrat

It’s Friday today and according to Hindu beliefs and traditions, this day is considered to be dedicated to Maa Lakshmi, as the Friday Fast is kept on this day. It is believed that any...

Thursday Fast: Blessings Of Lord Vishnu

It is considered important for the planet Jupiter to be in a favorable position in the birth chart of any native. If this is not the case then the native may have to face...

Thursday Vrat: Rituals

Take a bath early in the morning on Thursday, and wear yellow clothes on this day if possible. On this day, go to the Vishnu temple and worship and use yellow flowers, yellow sweets,...

Sakat Chauth Vrat & Puja

According to Hindu scriptures, Sakat Chauth celebrated in the month of Magha has a special significance. On this day, the mother, praying for the long life of her offspring, worships Lord Ganesha, and fasts...

Bhauma Pradosh Vrat

Pradosh Vrat is a sacred fasting day observed by Hindus to please Lord Shiva. It falls on the ‘Trayodashi’ (13th day) in each lunar fortnight of the traditional Hindu calendar. This implies that there...

Arudra Darshan

Arudra Darshan

The Thiruvadhirai Vrata is also known as the Ardra Darshana Vrata is a very famous vrata that is gloriously celebrated. This vrata is observed on the thiruvadhirai nakshaththram, the full moon day in the...

Chaturthi Vrat

The fourth day of the bright and dark half of the Moon in every lunar month of the Hindu calendar is ‘Chaturthi tithi’ – the day to observe Chaturthi vrat. This day is dedicated...