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  1. Diwali is time to light lamps of wisdom, to have celebration within and out

    Originating from the Sanskrit word ‘Deepavali’, it literally means rows (Avali) of lights (Deepa). This festival of lights is celebrated on the darkest night (Amavasya) of Kartik month in the Indian calendar, and it symbolizes the vanquishing of ignorance ...
  2. Christmas

    Each one of you is a special gift on the planet! You are the Christmas tree. The Christmas tree is pointing upwards and its branches grow on all sides, and we all have that capacity to blossom to the fullest of the human potential.At the time of year when ...
  3. Holi

    The 'Holi' festival is a very fun-filled and popular occasion in India. People play holi with Chandan and colored water. This festival is celebrated around early March each year. People believe that the bright colors represent energy, life and j ...
  4. Maha Shivaratri

    The whole world functions according to laws of Nature. What is that? That is Shiva. The whole world is moving in an auspicious rhythm of innocence and intelligence. That auspiciousness is divinity. Shiva is harmonious innocence which knows no control. Shi ...
  5. Navratri- A Journey to Source

    The festival of Navratri is celebrated with prayers and gaiety in the beginning of the Ashwin (autumn) and the beginning of Chatira (spring). This period is a time for self-referral and getting back to the Source. During this time of transformation, natur ...
  6. Radhasthami

    Radhashtami is Radha’s birthday. Radha is the longing for the Divine, the unknown infinity – Krishna! If you read Radha the other way round, it is Dhara. Dhara moves away from the source. When it moves towards its source it is called Radha. Coming back to ...
  7. Raksha Bandhan

    This full moon is dedicated to the seers-- the Rishis. It is also called the Raksha bandhan. Bandhan means bondage, Raksha means protection. A bondage that protects you- Your bondage to the knowledge, to the master, to the truth, to The Self, all Save You ...
  8. Ganesha Rahasya

    The ultimate truth in this existing world is that it is nothing but a collection of molecules. This is called as ‘Gana’ (collective form). Our own body is a ‘Gana’. It is made up of flesh, blood and bone marrow. Thus the Lord of all ‘Ganas’ is ‘GANESHA’. ...
  9. Gurudev, today is Dutta Jayanthi. Please tell us something about Lord Duttatreya!

    Today is also Hanumath Jayanthi and today is also Pitaji’s birthday.
    This is the first year he is not physically there but his spirit is here.
    Birthdays are there to celebrate and to remember and recollect what good qualities they possessed.
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  10. Gurudev, what is the significance of Makar Sankranti and why are we forgetting our festivals?

    The significance of Makar Sankranti is Uttarayana during makar, which means movement of the sun towards the north direction during makar as the winter comes to an end. One crop having been harvested, they sow the seeds for the next crop.
    There are twe ...
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