Happy LOHRI 2022: The land of India celebrates numerous festivals every year. People, irrespective of which caste or religion they belong to, enjoy all the festivals together. Christmas, Durga Puja, Pongal, Eid are some of the festivals celebrated by every Indian together. Another significant festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm is the festival of Lohri. To know more about Happy Lohri 2022, scroll down and read more. If you want to make Lohri 2022 special for your loved ones by wishing them a Happy Lohri in a unique way, we have some great options for that as well. You can either share the wishes or the images through any social media platform.
What is Lohri?
Lohri is a very famous festival in Northern parts of India, especially in the state of Punjab. It is celebrated on 13th January every year. It is believed that this festival is celebrated to show respect to the winter solstice, which is the longest night of the season. Like many other festivals celebrated in India, Lohri is a festival that is believed to get celebrated to spread the joy of an enormous Rabi crop season. Lohri marks the end of the cold winter season and welcomes the sunny climate with various traditional dances, performing holy rituals and joyous songs.
Lohri 2022 Date
Lohri will be celebrated on 13th January (Thursday), 2022, in India.
History Behind Festival of Lohri
According to ancient tales, Lohri is the Hindu festival celebrated in the middle of the winter season in regions that are colder than the rest of the subcontinent primarily, regions near the Himalayan Mountains. The Hindus lit a bonfire after weeks of crop production of the Rabi and socialized by sitting around the bonfire and singing and dancing joyfully.
After celebrating the whole night around thebonfire, singing and dancing around it, the Hindus marked Makar Sankranti and used to take a holy bath in a sacred water body. The Sikh people of Hindu origin follow these traditions till today. On the other hand, the festival of Lohri is celebrated in the winter end by the Punjabis, so it marks the passing of the winter solstice.
It is believed that the festival of Lohri originated during the Indus Valley Civilization. The civilization spread to parts of Pakistan, parts of North India, and this festival is primarily celebrated in these parts. Also, during this time of the year, many parts of India celebrate the excellent cropping season. Magh bihu in Assam, Makar Sankranti in West Bengal, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Tai Pongal in Kerala etc. These festivals are usually celebrated on the 13th and 14th of January every year.
Story of Lohri
There are many stories about the festival of Lohri based on numerous socio-cultural religions and events, out of which Dulla Bhatti is the most famous one.
The story of Dulla Batti goes like, during the rule of Akbar, the great Mughal Emperor, just like Robin Hood, Dulla Bhatti was very famous among the poor people. This is because he snatched away expensive things, looted the wealth of the more affluent section of society, and distributed them among the poor and underprivileged people. So he gained immense popularity among the poor.
Dulla Bhatti once saved a girl from the hands of some criminals and then took care of her like his own daughter. His tale of bravery is remembered on every Lohri, and children dress up in their new clothes and go to every doorstep of the neighborhood and ask for money, laddoos, peanuts, jaggery, in the form of “Lohri Loot”.
Dulla Bhatti, or “Robin Hood Of Punjab,” helped escape the poor girls of Punjab from being sold in markets of slavery. He also helped find grooms suitable for them and arranged their marriage. He also provided the required dowry for them. Sundri and Mundri, among these girls, have now been associated with Punjabi folklore Sunder Mundriye.
Significance of Lohri
The night before Lohri is celebrated marks the coldest night of the year and the longest night and shortest day of the year. This is because the night is extremely chilly, people need to keep them warm, and thus fire is burnt. So other people sit during a revolve around it, which keeps them shielded from the winter chills. So first, people sit around the bonfire and appease the deities of the sun and fire. Then they associate themselves in merry-making by having the remnants of the offering. They also sing and dance together. This is often followed by eating an important meal with friends and family.
Apart from all the abovementioned points, Lohri is also a festival linked directly with the sun, earth, and fire. The Sun signifies life elements, the world refers to our food requirements, and fire signifies our health. Out of these elements of Nature are granted to us absolutely “free of cost” by the almighty, and thus we must thank the Lord and the Sun God for this life and, therefore, the opportunities.
We are granted life, and everyone has other necessities naturally. Thus sometimes, we must thank them reciprocally and pray the weather of Nature for taking care of folks and showering prosperity in our lives.
Lohri 2022 Food Items
Punjab-Haryana, post the revolution, became the central fertile belt of India, and this is often also referred to as the harvest festival (of Rabi crops). Some of the main attractions of the celebration of Lohri are Radish, mustard, jaggery, sugarcane, and spinach. In addition, the tradition of getting rewari and gajak is essential to keep the body warm within the winter chills.
After Lohri, the climate changes and becomes harsh because the sun involves the hemisphere. Therefore, Lohri-specific foods like sesame and jaggery are consumed to organize the body to face the harshness of nature. The hearth is additionally lit up for an equivalent reason.
Lohri 2022 Celebrations
People celebrated Lohri by exchanging Gajaks, but today it is seen that instead of gajaks, people now give chocolates and cake to each other in terms of sweets. Also, the festival of Lohri today brings a lot of positivity to the environment; the increasing environmental threat with an increase in pollution encourages today’s generation not to light up bonfires. Although previously, people used to set up huge bonfires and spend their nights singing songs and dancing around it.
People these days have become immensely conscious about afforestation. Hence, they avoid cutting down trees needed to light up the bonfire, as they know it may cause a severe threat to the environment. So Lohri is now celebrated by planting more trees so that the climate gets protected, and it is well-known that trees help keep the environment safe in the long run.
Happy Lohri 2022 Wishes
Thus Lohri, like any other Indian Festival, depicts the cultural richness of Indian society; though having different names, the whole of India celebrates this important festival with great enjoyment and enthusiasm. We would like to wish our readers Advance wishes for Happy Lohri 2022. Take a look at some beautiful Lohri wishes in Hindi and English for wishing your family and friends on the auspicious occasion of Lohri.
Happy Lohri wishes in Hindi
हम आप के दिल में रहते है,इसलिए हर गम सहते है,कोई हम से पहले न कह दे आप को,इसलिए एक दिल पहले ही आप कोहैप्पी लोहड़ी कहते है।
मूंगफली दी खुशबू ते गुर: दी मिठास,मक्की दी रोटी ते सरसों दा साग,दिल दी खुंशी ते आपनों दा प्यार,मुबारक होवे तुहानूं लोहड़ी दा त्यौहार।
Happy Lohri Wishes in English
Hope this Lohri festival brings a closer connection with your friends and family. May God shower you with blessings and abundance in the year ahead. Wishing you a prosperous and Happy Lohri 2022.
Enjoy this Lohri to the fullest & share the sweetness of love with rewri, moongfali, and popcorn with all and spread happiness. Happy Lohri 2022.
Lohri 2022 FAQ’s
When is Lohri 2022?
Lohri 2022 will be celebrated on the 13th of January, which is on a Thursday.
How to celebrate Lohri 2022?
Makki Di Roti and Sarson da Saag is a must-have dish at the festival of Lohri. People also arrange for bonfires and spend the entire night singing and dancing around it to the beats of the dhol. People often fly kites to celebrate the festival as well.
Why do we celebrate Lohri?
Lohri is a thanksgiving festival celebrated in Punjab to thank the Lord for the season’s successful harvest. Thus, Lohri marks the beginning of the Harvest season.
In the region of Andhra & Telangana, people celebrate Vinayaka Chaturthi. Vinayaka Chaturthi is Ganesh Chaturthi in these regions. The other name of Vinayaka Chaturthi is Varad Vinayaka Chaturthi. Vinayaka Chaturthi festival falls after the new moon or Amavasya during the “Sukla Paksha”. There are two Chaturthi in a month. The meaning of the word Varad is “asking God to fulfill any desire a person has.” All the devotees observe a fast on this day. The followers think that the Lord would return to bless them so that their desires get fulfilled. There are certain restrictions the devotees have to follow while keeping fast. Many devotees wear new clothes on this auspicious occasion.
Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi 2021
Vinayaka Chaturthi is on the 12th of August, 2021. Vinayaka Chathurthi is on a Thursday this year.
Ganesha is the remover of all the hindrances and the patron of wealth, happiness, success, and prosperity. The arrival of Ganesh Chaturthi lights up the homes and also the hopes of people. People apart from Andhra and Telengana, in the states of Maharashtra, this festival is celebrated vividly. People greet their near and dear ones, and the people over there celebrate the festival for one and a half days, three days, five days, or ten days, depending on their family rituals.
So, you also go, greet your close ones on this auspicious day with some inspirational wishes, quotes, messages, and images on Vinayaka Chaturthi to make their festival unforgettable.
Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi 2021 Wishes
Staying away from family on this day is very difficult and sad. So, on this auspicious day of Vinayaka Chaturthi, even if you’re away from your loved ones, you certainly need to send some good wishes to your family and friends. It is essential to collect blessings from your elders on this holy day, even if you’re not present with them. Even if you’re not away from your family, send these wishes to them and make this special day’s morning even better. Here are some wishes for Vinayaka Chaturthi for you guys.
Celebrate Vinayaka Chaturthi, the festival of Lord Ganesha! Spread the message of honesty, and love across the globe on this joyous occasion.
I pray to Lord Ganesha that he grants you the blessings to have a very prosperous and long life. Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi!
May the blessings of Ganapati Bappa be with you and your dear ones forever! Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi!
Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi 2021 Quotes
Sending inspiring and meaningful quotes on this special occasion of Vinayaka Chaturthi can make someone’s day. You never know who is feeling low in their life. But sending these quotes to people can make their day better. In these times, inspiring someone is the best thing you can do if you’re not with them. Also, sending these to your grandparents will make them happy too. They also have almost forgotten how their elder ones told these quotes. So, send these quotes on Vinayaka Chaturthi to someone and make their day better.
Hoping this Vinayaka Chaturthi will be the beginning of the year that will bring happiness for you.
“Ganpati Bappa Morya! Mangal Murti Morya!” Wishing you and your family a pleased Vinayaka Chaturthi.
“Om Gan Ganapatay Namo Namah! Shri Siddhivinayak Namo Namah! Ashta Vinayak Namo Namah! Ganapati Bappa Moraiya!”
Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi 2021 Messages
In this internet era, people have forgotten the days when everyone used to send messages through SMS. So, if you also feel too nostalgic and want to do something different, send these messages to your loved ones and your contacts too. Vinayaka Chaturthi is about spending good quality time with your loved ones and family. Also, nowadays, it has become an integral part of celebrating the day by sending some good heart-warming messages to loved ones. So, here are some good messages for you to send.
Wish you and your family a very happy Vinayaka Chaturthi. I pray to the Lord for you to have prosperous life ahead.
May Lord Ganesha come to your home and take all your modaks and laddus away with all your worries and sorrows. Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi!
May you find all the delights of you life and may all your dreams come true, this Vinayaka Chaturthi. Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha!
Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi 2021 Captions
Wearing new clothes and spending quality time with family with the blessings of the Lord are the days we wait for to make happy memories. These are the moments we wait for, and maybe these are one of the happiest days of our lives. Of course, we wish to live these memories over and over again, but that’s not possible. But what is possible is to capture them and upload them on social media and share them every year feeling nostalgic.
So, how do we not capture them and share them on social media?
So here are some excellent captions for you guys to post with your pictures.
I whole-heartedly wish Lord Ganesha fills your home with happiness and fortune. Best wishes on Vinayaka Chaturthi
This Vinayaka Chaturthi, may Lord Ganesha shower you with his choicest blessings. Ganpati Bappa Morya!
May Lord Ganesha bestow you with power and happiness, destroy all your sorrows, and enhance enjoyment in your life. Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi!!
Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi 2021 WhatsApp Status
Maybe it wouldn’t not be possible for you to send wishes individually to everyone in your contact. So, we have is an easy solution for you guys. Upload some inspirational and meaningful WhatsApp status that all your contacts can see. It would serve your purpose, and maybe you will make someone’s day even better. So, we have some great inspirational quotes for you guys.
Destroy your sorrows; Enhance your happiness; And create goodness all around you! Happy Vinayaka Chaturthi!
May the Lord vigna Vinayaka remove all obstacles and shower you with bounties Jai Shri Siddhi Vinayaka.
Vinayaka Chaturthi is a festival of power, happiness, and prosperity. So, apart from enjoying, send wishes to everyone and collecting blessings from older people is very significant. So, share these wishes and do not forget to seek benefits to have lots of modaks and laddus.
Dussehra 2021: Vijayadashami usually called Dussehra. One of India’s widely celebrated festivals which is observed at the end of Navratri. According to the Hindu calendar this day falls in the month of Ashwin, which are the months of September and October as per the English calendar.
Across the nation, Dussehra is observed for diverse reasons and is even celebrated in numerous manners.
Dussehra 2021 Date Timings
The Vijay muhurat will start at 2:02 pm and end at 2:48 pm. This will last for a duration of 46 minutes.
Bengal Vijayadashami will be held on Friday, 15th of October 2021.
Aparahna puja time will start at 1:16 pm and end at 03:34 pm and will last for a duration of 2 hours and 18 minutes.
The Dashami tithi will start at 6:52 pm on October 14, 2021, and end at 6:02 pm on 15th of October 2021.
Shravana Nakshatra will begin at 9:36 am on October 14, 2021, and end at 9:16 am on 15th of October 2021.
On the day of Vijayadashami, rituals like Shami Puja, Aparajita puja, and Seema Avalanghan are to be followed. As per the Hindu division of the day, these rituals are to be executed during Aparahna time.
What is Dusshera Festival?
Dussehra is marked by the end of Durga Pujo in the eastern and northeastern Indian states. This is in commemorative of goddess Durga’s victory over the demon. Again, in the northern, southern and western parts of India, the festival signifies Rama killing Ravana and hance releasing his wife Sita, who was in his prison. Besides, in these parts of India the festival marks the end of “Ramlila” which is the dramatic folk act created on the life of Lord Rama. Dussehra is all about the tale of Rama’s victory over Ravana, or otherwise it also marks a respect and regard for one of the aspects of Durga.
People take out processions carrying the idols of Durga, Laksmi, Ganesh, Kartikeya and saraswati, which are later immersed in the river in the eastern Indian states and in other regions of India fireworks and burning of large effigies of Ravana marks the celebrations of Dussehra.
This festival also starts the preparation India’s most extensively celebrated festival Diwali, which is celebrated right after twenty days of Dussehra.
Ayudha Puja 2021
Ayudha Puja is celebrated in several parts of India on the ninth day of Dussehra. Celebrations may involve many common mundane tools that used in everyday life, like computers, books, cars, or kitchen tools. The purpose is to see divine in everything, remarkably those things used in one’s livelihood.
This festival in the southern India states is known as Navaratri and it circles around the worship of the goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati. Goddess Lakshmi is allied with good luck and wealth, where as Sarasvati is related with wisdom and fertility.
The festival is a time of the year for visiting friends and relatives, and decorating the houses with colourful displays of toys and images of gods. There are nine days of music and dancing in Gujarat.
Legend Behind Dusshera Festival
The religious Hindu classic Ramayana reveals the legendary story of Lord Rama winning his beloved wife Sita, who was kidnapped by the demon Ravana who was the emperor of Lanka..
As per Hindu mythology, the sister of Ravana, Shoorpnakha, fell in love with Rama and Lakshman and wanted to marry any one of them. After being rejected by both of them, she threatened them to kill Sita. This lead to Ravana kidnapping Sita to take revenge of her sister. In order to rescue Sita, Rama and Lakshmana fought a battle with Ravana.
How Dusshera Festival is Celebrated?
Plays and dance performances known as ‘Ramalila’, portraying the life of Lord Rama, usually take place in the lead up to Dussehra day in northern India. These shows are especially huge in Varanasi and Delhi. On Dussehra, huge effigies of the Ravan are burned all across the nation.
The biggest Ravan effigy in India and also in the world can be found in Dhanas village, Chandigarh. This effigy was about 221 feet tall in 2019. Lack of space forced the effigy to be transferred to EWS Colony’s Gadda Ground. The fabric of Ravan’s clothes was progressed to higher quality silk and even his facial features got a makeover. Significantly, the crackers used during this time are also eco-friendly. It finally took 40 workers and six months to craft the effigy.
In Mysore, the cultural performances and fairs are the actual the highlight of the 10-day Mysore Dasara festival. It is grand procession of decked elephants and guards riding on horseback to aide the goddess all through the city. This is a tradition which is related to the city’s royal family.
Dussehra festivities in the Kullu Valley are centred around the head deity of the valley which is an an idol of Lord Ram called ‘Raghunath’, that was brought there from Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. This festival was documented by the Guinness Book of World Records in the year 2015 for the largest performance of the Nati folk dance, with more than almost 9,000 contestants.
Rituals Performed During the Dusshera Puja
Dussehra is well thought out to be a propitious time to worship apparatuses that are used to earn money. At the present time, this includes laptops and cars. As per the legend in the classic Mahabharata, Arjun hid his weapons in a tree and when he came back a year later that was on the day of Dussehra, he securely repossessed them. Then he worshiped the weapons and also the tree.
Ravan is portrayed as having 10 heads and 20 limbs. He is frequently thought of as signifying the negative or evil emotions that are present in humans being. Each of Ravan’s 10 heads relates to an aspect that must be conquered: lust or the ‘kama vasana’, anger or the ‘krodha’, delusion or the ‘moha’, greed or the ‘lobha’, pride or ‘mada’, jealousy or ‘matsara’, selfishness or ‘swartha’, hatred or ‘durmati’, cruelty or ‘amanavta’, and ego or ‘ahankara’.
Krishna Janmashtami is a Hindu festival celebrated in India as the ‘Birthday of Lord Krishna.’ On this day of Janmashtami, Krishna was born in Mathura, and his father crossed the river The Yamuna to take him to Gokul, to escape him from his Uncle Kansa.
Janmashthami is also celebrated as Gokulashthami or Krishna Janmashthami. It is a popular festival of the Hindus where the people remember the birthday of Cute Bal-Krishna or the warrior Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is considered to be the Eighth Avatar of Lord Vishnu. The day of celebration is fixed on the basis of the Hindu lunisolar calendar which falls on the eighth day of Krishna Paksha. The festival plays a vital role for the Vaishnav’s of the Hindu religion.
It is an important festival in the tradition of Hinduism, and ‘Makkhan (butter)’ is the main dish Hindus prepare on Janmashtami, as it was Lord Krishna’s favorite. Pictures, celebrations, Wishes, and quotes on Janmashtami will also flood social media. So let’s get ideas for it.
Scroll down to know more about Janmashthami wishes and quotes in English, Hindi and Bengali. You will also find a wide range of cute Janmashthami images and photos in Hindi, Bengali and English for you to share in WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media platform with your friends and family on the auspicious occasion of Janmashthami 2021.
Janmashtami is a special day for Hindus, and the Hindu mothers accept Lord Krishna or Gopal as their sons. Everyone loves Lord Krishna. The celebration begins before the day of Janmashtami in Mathura. Hindu mothers cook foods of their own for Lord Krishna and give them to him during puja. After puja, they break their fast by eating the ‘Prasada.’ Let’s share these interesting facts on social media with your posts.
“The mind is restless and difficult to restrain, but by practice it subdues.” – Lord Krishna, Bhagavad Gita
“Do everything you have to do, but not with greed, not with ego, not with lust, not with envy but with love, compassion, humility, and devotion.” – Lord Krishna
“The soul can never cut into pieces by any weapon, nor burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind.” – Lord Krishna
Happy Krishna Janmashtami Wishes 2021
On Janmashtami, Indian parents dress up their children in the legends of Lord Krishna, such as Gopis, as Krishna, as Balram (brother of Lord Krishna) and as Radha. Peoples group together distributing sweets and reciting scriptures or listening to ‘the tenth Chapter of Bhagavad Purana and Bhagavad Gita.’ Let’s share best wishes on Janmashtami on social media to enlighten few lives with positivity.
May the Natkhat Nand Lal always provide you and your family with happiness, health, and prosperity. Happy Janmashtami!
Murli Manohar Giridhara Gopala Govinda Hari. This Janmashtami, as you chant the names of Lord Shri Krishna, may he shower upon you his divine blessings. Happy Krishna Janmashtami.
Sending your way, warm, heartfelt wishes. May you enjoy this joyous occasion. Happy Janmashtami!
Krishna Janmashtami Wishes in Hindi
Lord Krishna took much birth, and Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is a festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. On Janmashtami, Hindu women draw little footprints on the floor outside their house or kitchen, which symbolize the journey of the lord Krishna walking towards their home and steals Makkhan from the kitchen. Let’s share these parts of glory in social media.
Radha ki chahat hai Krishna, Ushe dil ki birasat hai Krishna, Chahe kinta bhi rash racha leh Krishna, Duniya toh phir bhi keheti hai, Radhe-Krishna, Radhe-Krishna. Happy Janmashtami 2021
Gokul mei jo kare nibash, Gopiyo saang jo rachaye rash, Debki-yasoda jinki maiya, Aise humare Kisan Kanhaiya. Happy Janmashtami 2021
Krishna jiska nam, Gokul jiska dham, Aise Sri Krishna vagaban ko hum sabka pranam. Janmashtami ki hardik subkamnaye.
Krishna Janmashtami Wishes in English
Playing various games is also a part of the Janmashtami celebration, and it is popular in Maharastra and Western States in India. For example, a boy plays the role of Lord Krishna, a pot of Yogurt or Makkhan hung high up with tall poles or ropes from one side to another of a building. Then, boys team up called ‘Govidas’ go around to the hanging pots, climb one over another, form a human pyramid, then break the bank. The spilled content is ‘Prasada.’
May Lord Krishna steal all your worries and give you peace and happiness on this holy occasion of Krishna Janmashtami.
May Lord Krishna come to your house this Janmashtami and light the lamp of happiness! Happy Janmashtami!
May there be love, happiness, and laughter in your life with Lord Krishna’s blessings. We wish you and your family a very Happy Janmashtami.
Krishna Janmashtami Wishes in Bengali
In Bengal on Janmashtami, Bengalis try to visit Puri, in Odisha and Nabadwip, in West Bengal. This festival refers to as ‘Sri Krishna Jayanti or Krishna Jayanti’ in West Bengal. The next day is called ‘Nanda Utsab.’ During the abhisheka ceremony, they bring water from Ganga and bathe Radha Madhava. Nanda Utsab is performed at Midnight for the small Radha Madhava while offers food or bhoga of more than 400 items to the Lordship with devotion. Let’s share this excitement of ‘Krishna Jayanti’ and ‘Nanda Utsav’ on social media with wishes.
Krishna dekho ache modhur oi Brindabone, Laglo aaj modhur chowa batash bhora gogone, Bhadro mashe Krishna pokkhe jonmo urnilo Krishna avatar, Bochor ghure fire elo Krishner Jonmodin abar.
Ami Jodi Krishna Hotham, Tumi Hote Radha. Basir sure Amar preme Porte tumi Radha. Subho Janmashtami 2021.
Happy Krishna Janmashtami Quotes 2021
Janmashtami falls in monsoon when the fields are laden with crops. In Rashleela tradition, ‘Leela’ literally means the play of delight, and ‘Rash’ means essence. ‘Rashleela’ is performed in solo or group dance and drama events on Krishna-related songs and music on Janmashtami, while actors and audience share and celebrate the performance by clapping hands to beat the mark. Let’s share the quotes of Janmashtami on this special day.
“You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work. You should never engage in action for the sake of reward, nor should you long for inaction.”
“Experience cold or heat, pleasure, or pain. These experiences are fleeting; they come and go. Bear them patiently.”
Lord Krishna, Bhagavad Gita
“Wherever there is Krishna, the master of all mystics and wherever there is Arjuna, the supreme archer, there will also certainly be opulence, victory, extraordinary power, and morality.”
Srila Prabhupada, Bhagavad Gita
Krishna Janmashtami Quotes in English
In every state in India, Janmashtami is celebrated fanfares. Places like Mathura, Vrindaban, Nabadwip, etc., buildups with colors, flowers, lights, etc. Let’s share these moments of Krishna Janmashtami with our posts on social media.
“Self-belief makes a man. As he believes. So he becomes.”
“The wise man lets go of all results, whether good or bad to be focused on the action alone.”
“We behold what we are, and what we are we behold.”
Krishna Janmashtami Quotes in Bengali
Bengali celebrates the day with great excitement and devotion. They keep fasting full of Janmashtami. From every house in Bengal, the aroma of puja comes, Bengalis distribute bhog among themselves and the poor. Mayapur and Nabadwip are the places where devotees of Lord Krishna visit on Janmashtami. The celebration goes on with devotion the entire day. Everyone recites Bhagavad Gita on the day. Let’s share few famous Bengali Quotes on social media today with our posts on Janmashtami.
সর্বশ্রেষ্ঠ পরমেশ্বর ভগবানকে অনন্যা ভক্তির মাধ্যমেই কেবল লাভ করা যায়।
– ভগবান শ্রী কৃষ্ণ
চন্দ্র তাঁর সৌন্দর্য হারাতে পারে,হিমবন বরফশুন্য হয়ে পড়তে পারে,সমুদ্র বিরান হয়ে যেতে পারে কিন্তু রাম কখনো তার প্রতিজ্ঞা হতে বিচ্যুত হয়না।
– ভগবান শ্রী কৃষ্ণ
উৎসাহ এর চেয়ে বড় বল আর কিছুই নেই,উৎসাহী ব্যাক্তি জগত ও জয় করতে পারে।
– ভগবান শ্রী কৃষ্ণ
2021 Janmashtami Images
Shree Krishna is a very vivid & cool god in Hindu religion. When he was still “Bal Krishna”. He used to play with adult females & turn them into his devotees. He used to tease them & annoy them, still they all were Krishna Bhakt. This is very less to say about the God of Love, War & Wisdom. Many of us remember Krishna as from the Updesh to Arjun as known as Bhagwad Geeta. But he is much more than that, Janmashtami 2021 is such a time to enjoy the Cute images of bal Krishna. Let’s look at few of Janmashtami Images for 2021.
Images of Janmashtami celebration
Janmashthami falls in the Hindu month of Shravana every year, which is usually August or September by the Gregorian calendar. To carry out the celebration in a larger scale it is celebrated for 2 days in most parts of India.
Janmashthami 2021 will be celebrated on the 30th of August, 2021. The main worshipping of Lord Krishna is performed at Nishita Kaal, since he was born at midnight. Check few Images of Janmashtami Celebration to have a happy Janmashtami 2021.
Let there be love, happiness and laughter in your life with Lord Krishna’s blessings. Wishing you and your family a very happy Janmashtami!
Radhe Krishna, Hare Krishna! Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare! Happy Janmashtami to you all.
May the blessings of Lord Krishna always be with you and your family. Wishing you and your family a very happy Janmashtami!
Images of Janmashtami festival
Fasting, singling and praying are the primary celebrations of the festival of Janmashthami. Many people visit the Krishna or the Vishnu temples during this period of the year. In almost all Krishna temples the Bhagvad Gita and Bhagvat puranas are recited. Dance dramas called Krishna Lila’s or Ras Lila’s are arranged which is mainly popular in the Mathura region. Other places where Krishna Lila is famous include parts of Rajasthan, Gujarat, and North Eastern states of India like the Assam and Manipur.
The lockdown might not permit all of you to celebrate Janmashthami in a big way like all other years, but let not that stop you from wishing people on this holy day. Send these beautiful wishes to you parents, sisters, brothers, friends, colleagues and others and let them know that you have prayed for them on this Janmashthami 2021. You can also share the aesthetic images on Janmashthami with them.
May Krishna shows you the way in your life as He showed the way to Arjuna in the battle of Mahabharata.
Have A Blessed Krishna Janmashtami!
It is very obvious that there will be victory of truth always, So always try to do the things told by Krishna and behave like a lord Rama. WISH YOU VERY HAPPY JANMASHTAMI.
May your life be filled with love, happiness, laughter and Krishna’s blessings. Happy Janmashtami!
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A very important part of celebration of the festival of Janmashthami includes, young children dressing up as Krishna and Radha to take part in the Ras Lila or other dance dramas related to Radha and Krishna. They also take part in fancy dress competitions arranged in various places. It is one of the most interesting and exciting part of the festival. The main motive of dressing up the little ones as Radha and Krishna is seeing the replica of God and Goddess in them.
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‘Janmashtami’ or ‘Gokulashtani’ has celebrated fanfares by fasting, singing, praying together, preparing and sharing special foods loved by Lord Krishna especially, and visiting ‘Vishnu or Krishna temple.’ Major temples like ISKCON organize recitation of ‘Bhagavad Purana and Bhagavad Gita.’ On this day, many communities organize dance-drama events called ‘Rash Leela or Krishna Leela.’ On midnight hour birth, baby Krishna or Gopal statues are washed and clothed, then placed in a cradle. Why not we also be the part of Krishna Janmashtami 2021 celebration & enjoy Krishna Janmashtami Images 2021 from the comfort of our home.
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The celebrations of Janmashthami include a wide variety of things. At the midnight hour of the birth of baby Krishna all the deities and statues are washed and clothed with new clothes to be placed in a cradle. All the devotees break the fast by sharing of foods and sweets. Some women also draw cute and small footprints of Lord Krishna walking towards their house which signifies the entering of Lord Krishna in their homes.
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Janmashthami is knocking at the doors and you must be definitely looking for some beautiful Janmashthami images and wishes. If you are running out of words, then you can surely choose from the Happy Janmashthami wishes in Hindi.
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ग्वालों के कान्हा को, गोपियों के माखन चोर को जन्मदिन की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं
पलके झुके और नमन हो जाए मस्तक झुके और वंदन हो जाए ऐसी नजर कहां से लाऊं मेरे कन्हैया कि आपको याद करूं और आपके दर्शन हो जाएं | जन्माष्टमी की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं 2021
जन्माष्टमी के इस अवसर पर, हम ये कामना करते हैं, कि श्रीकृष्ण की कृपा आप पर और आपके पूरे परिवार पर हमेशा बनी रहे! शुभ जन्माष्टमी 2021
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ভগবান শ্রীকৃষ্ণ তাঁর সমস্ত আশীর্বাদ আপনার উপর বর্ষণ করুন এবং আপনার জীবন ভরে উঠুক সুখ, সমৃদ্ধি ও আনন্দে । শুভ জন্মাষ্টমী!
ভগবান কৃষ্ণের আশীর্বাদে যেন আপনার জীবনে প্রেম, হাসি এবং সুখ থাকে চির বিরাজমান। শান্তি ও সমৃদ্ধিতে ভরে উঠুক আপনার প্রতিটি মুহূর্ত । আপনাকে এবং আপনার পরিবারকে শুভ জন্মাষ্টমীর শুভেচ্ছা!
শ্রীকৃষ্ণের শুভ জন্মজয়ন্তী উদযাপন করুণ মহা সমারোহে; আনন্দে ভরা থাক প্রতিটি মুহূর্ত; শ্রীকৃষ্ণের আশীর্বাদধন্য হোক আপনার পুরো পরিবার, এই কামনা করি মন থেকে বারংবার !!! শুভ জন্মাষ্টমী!
Krishna as a child was very notorious but loved by all. This Bal-Krishna is what made every lady of Mathura be his devotee. Let’s check out some of the beautiful photos and pictures on Janmashtami 2021. Do not forget to share these Cute Radha Krishan Photos by Janmashtami Photos Download. You can also use Shree Krishna Janmashtami Wallpaper for your mobile phone or laptop.
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It is widely believed and accepted that Lord Krishna fascinates the entire world, but the only person who can fascinate the Lord himself is Radha. Radha, although was the wife of another man, is still important in the life of Krishna because she signifies the role of a perfect companion to Krishna. The role of Radha is also sometimes used to interpret as the symbol of the human soul and the male Krishna is used to symbolise the Godly nature.
To summarise, Radha Krishna’s names are taken together usually to be symbolised a one. Radha is also considered to be the supreme of all goddesses because of her power to beguile the very mesmerising Lord Krishna. Do not fail to check out these cute Radha Krishna images.
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Janmashthami can never be complete with some minimal information about this Holy festival. Some of the other names of this festival are Saatam Aatham, Srikrishna Jayanti, Ashthami Rohini, Sree Jayanti, Dahi Handi etc.
Countries other than India which celebrate this festival are Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Fiji. USA and Canada where a major Hindu population staying also celebrate this festival.
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Lord Krishna is also known as “Nandalala” which means “the son of Nanadal”. A very important part of the celebration includes resting idols of baby Nandalal on cradles and rocked by mainly the devotees and others to perform several religious ceremonies. Among the Hindus, the child deity of Lord Krishna which is also known as Balkrishna is one of the most popular deities across India. It is considered to be extremely divine, pious and innocent. Many parents get their children dressed up as Bal Krishna to give the festival a colourful outlook.
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Happy Janmashtami wishes 2021
Let’s pray together for the positivity in olives and to make us free from this pandemic stage. Let’s unite and make a wish together to Lord Krishna to protect us from troubles and bless us with good health.
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Happy Janmashtami, may Lord Krishna shower love, health, happiness, and prosperity to you and your family.
We worship Lord Krishna as a God of compassion, tenderness, and love. Let’s follow his ways to serve love, protection, and concern among people. Happy Janmashtami!
He is known as a son of a mother, a younger brother, a god who showers love and protection to every family. So let’s spread love and colors on this occasion of Janmashtami. Happy Janmashtami!
Krishna Janmashtami is a significant festival in Hindu tradition. Preparation and decoration of Janmashtami begin with excitement and enjoyment. Peoples unite on Janmashtami, prepare food and sweets, decorate the hall with flowers, light, oil lamps, candles and leave. Participation and events like dramas (Rasleela), Dance, singing, etc., go on. Janmashtami begins and ends with lots of excitement. Thank God for allowing us to unite and celebrate the day with a lot of enjoyment, excitement, and devotion.
Janmashthami carries the meaning of its celebration in a bigger sense. It signifies the victory of good and right over the evil and wrong as mentioned in the Bhagvad Gita, the holy book of the Hindus. The main purpose of celebration of Janmashtami festival is bringing the people close together and make them stand in unity.
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Onam is a festival consisting of historical as well as cultural significance to the people of India. This time of the year, the south Indian state, Kerala, is filled with enthusiastic people dancing, playing trumpets and drums and celebrating this auspicious festival with harmony. The place is decorated with lights and flowers and many rituals are performed by the people of Kerala.
Onam is a harvest festival celebrated annually in the Southern Indian state of Kerala. It is celebrated by Malayalis as a religious and cultural festival in and outside of India. Many people perform various rituals in order to celebrate this festival. This festival brings joy and laughter to the people celebrating it.
Onam 2021 Date
In the Malayalam calendar, Onam falls on the 22nd nakshatra Thiruvonam of the month Chingam. It overlaps with August – September in the Gregorian calendar. This year 2021, Onam starts on August 12, Thursday and ends on August 23, Monday.
Why do we celebrate Onam?
Onam not only has a cultural value but also a historical importance. This festival is celebrated in order to welcome the spirit of King Mahabali, who according to the legends, visits Kerala at the time of Onam.
History of Onam – Mahabali Legend
There is a Hindu mythology for the celebration of Onam. The demonic King Mahabali was the grandson of a Vishnu devotee Prahlada. It is said that the King took over three worlds after defeating the Gods (Devas).
In Vaishnavism, the gods approached Lord Vishnu for help in the battle against Mahabali, but Vishnu refused considering that Mahabali was a good ruler and his devotee. After his victory over the gods, Mahabali performed a Yajna, during which he would grant any wish to anyone. Taking this opportunity, Lord Vishnu took his dwarf monk avatar, Vamana and, approached Mahabali. Mahabali offered him everything he had but the boy refused and said that one must not seek more than one needs. He asked only for three paces of land and Mahabali agreed.
After that, Vamana grew to enormous size and, in just two paces, he covered everything that Mahabali owned. Mahabali offered his head for Vishnu to step on for the third pace. Vishnu agreed as it was the evidence of Mahabali’s devotion towards him.
Pleased by his devotion, Vishnu offered him a boon which let Mahabali return to visit the land he ruled every year. His revisit marks the festival of Onam. That’s why people celebrate Onam welcoming the King’s spirit with joy and enthusiasm.
There are other mythologies about the celebration of Onam but the Mahabali Legend is widely believed among the people who celebrate Onam.
Onam Rituals and Dishes
Onam is celebrated over ten days. The ten days are named Atham, Chithira, Chodhi, Vishakam, Anizham, Thriketa, Moolam, Pooradam, Uthradam and Thiruvonam. The first day, Atham, and the last day, Thiruvonam, are particularly important for the people who celebrate Onam.
The first day, Atham is the starting of Onam which is marked at Vamanamoorthy Thrikkakara temple in Kochi. The preparations for the visit of Mahabali to his kingdom is started on this day. Various rituals are followed from the starting of this day.
The Onam celebrations start with Attachamayam at Thrippunithura near Kochi. In this parade, elephants march along with people playing drums and other musical instruments. It also includes variety of folk art forms, floats and people with masks dressed colorfully. The float mainly highlights the unity and harmony by performing epics such as Mahabharata and Ramayana as well as stories from Bible and other current themes. The procession path historically leads to the temple from Thripunithara which is dedicated to the Vamana avatar of Lord Vishnu.
Pookalam is a decoration very similar to Rangoli. It is done by woman where they decorate the entrances of their home or temple with variety of flowers in a certain pattern. The pattern is not same everywhere, so there are also competitions held in order to determine who has made the best pattern for Pookalam. They also decorate it by adding lamps on the edges and middle of the Pookalam. It is a religious and traditional art which requires a lot of creativity. For women, mainly, it is a very fun and creative ritual.
Traditional Dance and Music
The Kathakali is a traditional and very well-known dance form of Kerala. It is a classical Indian dance. In this, male actors and dancers perform a “story play” wearing colorful clothes, make ups and face masks as shown in the picture.
Thiruvathirakali is a traditional dance performed by woman. Woman perform this dance in groups. They dance around the Nilavilaku which is a standing lamp. They dance to folk songs of Lord Shiva and Parvati popularly known as Thiruvathira.
Kumattikali is a colorful mask-dance of Kerala. The performers move from house to house entertaining people and in return the people give them small gifts. The original form of Kumattikali can be seen in Bhadrakali temple in Palakkad district of Kerala.
Pulikali is performed on the fourth day of Onam. It is also known as Kaduvakali and is a recreational folk art form of Kerala. In this day, the performers paint themselves as tigers in shades of bright yellow, orange and red colors. They perform to the beats of traditional instruments like Chenda, Thakil and Udukku.
Vallamkali is a boat racing traditional game in Kerala. Various types of boats are included in this race such as paddled long boats, snake boats, and traditional boats of Kerala. This event is held on the Pampa river of Kerala. A boat song called Vachipaatu is sung during the boat race in order to entertain the canoers as well as the audience.
Onam Sadya is the dish served during Onam. It is a traditional feast which consists of vegetarian dishes and is served on a banana leaf. A variety of 29 dishes are served on the leaf in less or more quantity. The dish includes items like rice, sambar, chips, sharkaravaratti, injipuli, pappadam, avial, olan, pickle, dal, thoran, ghee, rasam, puliseri, erisheri, pachadi, coconut chutney and moru. The feast ends with Payasam which is a sweet dessert made from milk, sugar, jiggery, and other traditional Indian savories.
Thiruvonam is the main and last day of Onam. On this day, the people decorate their houses’ entrance with rice flour batter as a welcome sign. They take a shower and get dressed up in new clothes. They also distribute food and other things to the poor. This day is when the spirit of Mahabali visits each home in Kerala and blesses the families. The people gather to feast on Onam Sadya on this day when every other rituals are sorted and the Pookalam is completed.
After the main day, Thiruvonam is over, the following two days are celebrated as third and fourth Onam. The third day is called Avvittom and the fourth day is called Chatayam. On these days, preparations are made for Mahabali’s departure to heaven. The beautiful Pookalam is cleared and the clay statues of Onathappan is immersed in the river or sea.
Onam has a very historical as well as cultural significance among the people of India, mainly the Malayalis. So, every year it is celebrated with joy and laughter. This festival will never lose its importance as everyone cherishes the prosperity that it brings.
Tulsidas or Goswami Tulsidas was a great Hindu saint and poet. He was known for his devotion to the Hindu God Rama. Tulsidas Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of saint Tulsidas.
You are at the right place if you want to know more about the Happy Tulsidas Jayanti 2021. This article will brief you about the Tulsidas Jayanti 2021 date, and the story behind the date. Feel free to check our archive of Happy Tulsidas Jayanti 2021 quotes, doha with meanings and wishes, which you can share through all social media handles. So, make sure to read till the end.
Happy Tulsidas Jayanti 2021
Tulsidas was one of the greatest poets of India. Even in word literature his works are very well known. He has written several poems in Hindi and Sanskrit. One of his most well-known works is “Ramacharitmanas”, which is basically the retelling of Ramayana. His works and dohas are known to have philosophical teachings.
Every year people around India celebrate this great poet’s birthday with vigour and enthusiasm. Many people read the works of Tulsidas. Many seminars and meetings are arranged to aware people on the teachings of Tulsidas. Some even go to temples and worship Rama in order to remember Goswami Tulsidas.
Tulsidas birth and death date
According to the Hindu calendar Tulsidas was born on Saptami or on the seventh day in the month Shraavana. It is believed that he was born on 13th August, 1532. He lived a long life and breathed his last in the year of 1623 in Varanasi. The exact date of his death is not confirmed.
Tulsidas jayanti date 2021
In this year, 2021, Tulsidas Jayanti happens to fall on 16th of August. This day is as per the hindu calendar which falls on 16th August in Georgian calendar.
Story of Goswami Tulsidas & His works
Tulsidas was born at Soron in Uttar Pradesh (as confirmed by government of Uttar Pradesh) to Atmaram Dubey and Hulsi Dubey. There is a story of Tulsidas that he did not cry after being born; instead he uttered the word ‘Rama’. Tulsidas himself stated that he was named Rambola which literally translates to someone who uttered Rama. His parents abandoned him at the young age of four.
At the age of five young Rambola was adopted by Narharidas. Narharidas gave Rambola Vairagi initiation and named him Tulsidas. Tulsidas is believed to be the incarnation of Maharishi Valmiki. In his life, Tulsidas had spent most of his life in Varanasi, Prayag and Ayodhya. He travelled all across India studying different religion and meeting new people. In his several works Tulsidas even mentioned that he had seen Hanuman and Rama. Most of the stories about Tulsidas were spread from mouth to mouth, making it difficult to separate between truth and lore.
All his life Tulsidas has written many poetries. He had also composed a number of dohas (rhyming couplet in poetry). One of his most famous works is Ramcharitmanas, which he started in 1631 and finished in 1633. Among his other works, six of his major works are- Ramcharitmas, Ramlala, Nahachhu, barvi Ramayan, Parvati Mangal, Janaki Mangal and Ramagya Prashna. Other than these, Tulsidas also has written six minor works which include Krishna Gitavali, Gitavali, Sahitya Ratna, Dohavali, Vairagya Sandipani and Vinaya Patrika.
It is believed this great poet breathed his last at the age of 126, in 1623. The date and age are yet to be confirmed.
Happy Tulsidas Jayanti 2021 quotes
Quotes of Tulsidas help us with creating the awareness about his work and life teachings. If you were looking for such quotes, look no more. Here are some Happy Tulsidas Jayanti Quotes which you can share with all your loved and close ones.
“Abandon pride, which is the same as Tamas-guna (darkness), rooted as it is in ignorance and is a source of considerable pain; and adore Lord Shri Rama, the Chief of the Raghus and an ocean of compassion.” –Tulsidas
“Lust, anger, vanity and covetousness are all paths leading to hell. Abjuring, all these adore the Hero of Raghu’s line, whom saints worship.” – Tulsidas.
Tulsidas ke Dohe with meaning
Doha is nothing but rhymic coupletin poetry. A doha consists two lines. Tulsidas wrote many dohas in his life. Here are some:
Tulsi mitthe vachan te, shukh upajat chahu aur, vasikaran ek mantra hai ek mantra hein, pariharu vachan kathor.
Meaning: Sweet words spread happiness all over. They are a mantra to control anyone, so human beings should only try to speak sweet except hard words.
Aawat hi harshe nahi, nayan nahi sneh Tulsi waha nahi jayiye, kanchan barse meh
Meaning: For visitors, if there is no smile, and no love in eyes,
Never go there, even if there is shower of gold.
Meaning: Your companions in trouble are patience and wisdom. God Rama will bestow rest on you.
Happy Tulsidas Jayanti wishes in Hindi
Wishing someone helps to celebrate the day better. Here are some Happy Tulsidas Jayantiwishes which you can share on your Whatsapp, Facebbok or Instagram. Feel free to share them with your friends and family as well.
Sri Ram ke bhakt Tulsiram ko unki janamdin par koti koti pranam.
Hanuman Chalisa ke rachayita Tulsidas ko subh janamdin.
Mahan granth Ramcharitadas ke rachiya Sri Goswami Tulsidas ji ki jayanti par sadar pranam.
Tulsidas Jayanti ki subhkamnaye.
Tulsidas ke dohe apke jibn mein path dikhaye. Tulsidas ko unki janam din par pranam.
Goswami Tulsidas’s teachings are very significant to this day. Through his writings he spread the message of letting go of pride, anger and desires. According to him these are the source of darkness and pain. We hope on this Tulsidas Jayanti we can remember his teachings and be free of any darkness. No wonder this great saint has made his very own spot in world literature.
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Happy Nag Panchami 2021 Images: Nagas or Nag is the other word for snakes in Hindi. Nag Panchami is a day observed by the Hindus in India, Nepal, and other places where Hindu adherents are living. It is a day of worshipping the serpents.
It is referred to as Panchami because Panchami relates to the fifth day of the waning of the moon. The Naag Panchami is always celebrated on the fifth day of the moon waxing in the Month of Shravana based on the Hindu Lunar Calendar, which falls in July or August according to the Gregorian Calendar.
If you want to know more about Nag Panchami, then scroll down to know more about how diversified this festival is. Do not forget to share the Happy Nag Panchami wishes and HD Images 2021 with your family and friends to bring them good fortune.
Happy Nag Panchami Wishes 2021
Nag Panchami will be celebrated on 13th of August in 2021. If you are looking for some fantastic Naga Panchami wishes, then you are definitely in the correct place. Share these Naga Panchami wishes in English and Hindi to your beloved people on this Naga Panchami 2021.
Happy Nag Panchami wishes 2021 in English
May Lord Shiva protect you from all evil and gives you the strength to follow the path of truth and honesty. Wishing you and your family Happy Nag Panchami!
May this day bring fortune, success, and courage for you. I pray to Lord Shiva and you get all the happiness that you deserve! Happy Nag Panchami!
On this sacred festival of Naag Panchami, I wish your life to be a blissful paradise, and may Lord Shiva guide and protect you from all kinds of dangers! Happy Nag Panchami!
Om namha shivay, Om namha shivay- On this auspicious festival, chant the name of Lord Shiva and the Lord above will remove all the obstacles of your life. Happy Nag Panchami!
Happy Nag Panchami wishes 2021 in Hindi
नाग पंचमी का यह त्यौहार,
सिखायें हर जीव से करना प्यार.
Nag Panchmi Ka Yah Tyauhar,
Sikhayen Har Jeev Se Karna Pyar.
Happy Nag Panchmi
नाग देवता करते सब मनोकामना पूर्ण,
आप भी नाग पंचमी पर खूब पिलायें दूध.
Nag Devta Karte Sab Manokamna Poorn,
Aap Bhi Naag Panchmi Par Khoob Pilayen Doodh.
Happy Nag Panchmi
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Worshipping is a major part of the Nag Panchami Festival. On this day, sweets, flowers, lamps and other things including sacrifices, are offered to the Cobras, Nagas and all other snakes. Deities of the serpents or Nagas made up of silver, stone or wood or even their pictures are bathed using water and milk, and then the objects of worshipping are offered along with which mantras are recited.
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Indian scriptures consist of Puranas, among which three of them, namely Agni Purana, Skanda Purana, and Narada Purana, along with the Epic Mahabharat, give detailed information about the history and worshipping of snakes.
King Parikshit, the king of the Kurus in Mahabharat, had died of a venomous snake bite by a snake king called Takshaka. King Parikshit’s son Janamejaya was performing Sarpa Satra- a snake sacrifice ritual. A Yagna Kunda or the sacrificial pit was set up, and learned Brahmin sages performed the sacrificial ceremony in presence of Janamejaya to kill all the snakes of the Universe. The sacrifice was so strong and powerful that it made all the snakes fall in to the trap of Yagna Kunda.
But the powerful King Takshaka had cleverly made his way out of this pit and had reached Indra in the nether world seeking for his protection. Then, the sages and Brahmins increased the tempo and dedication of chanting the Mantras to drag him near the pit. Although Takshaka had made himself comfortable near Indra, but the Mantras were strong enough to drag him near the Sacrificial Pit.
This intense power of the Mantras scared the Gods and made them seek help from Manasadevi. To resolve this crisis, Manasadevi (Goddess of snakes) sent her son Astika to go to the site of sacrificial fire and make requests to Janamejaya to stop the Sarpa Satra Yagna. Janamejaya was impressed by Astika’s knowledge of the shastras or scriptures and thus decided to stop the Sarpa Satra. In spite of the relentless protests of the Brahmin’s, the king thus brought the Sacrificial performance to an end. Hence the life of Indra and King Takshaka was saved.
This day when the Sarpa Satra was being performed was Nadivardhini Panchami which is the fifth day of the fortnight of the Hindu lunar month Shravana during the monsoon season. From that very day, the day has been chosen to worship the Naagas or the snakes. It is also known that after this incident, Indra had worshipped Manasadevi.
The Garuda Purana states that worshipping the snakes on this auspicious day might help to bring good luck and tiding’s in one’s life. Feeding the Brahmins should be followed right after the Worship.
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Snakes are known to have some relation to Hindu astrology as well. The snake’s head represents the Rahu, and the tail represents the Ketu. When these occur in reverse order in an individual’s zodiac chart, it is said to denote bad luck and bring sufferings for that person, who is also known as Kalasarpa Dosha.
Check out these beautiful Shayaris in Hindi on Naga Panchami.
इस नाग पंचमी पर नाग देवता का आर्शीवाद सदैव बना रहे,
जन-जन के जीवन में खुशियों का आवागमन सदैव लगा रहे.
Is Naag Panchamee Par Naag Devata Ka Aarsheevaad Sadaiv Bana Rahe,
Jan-Jan ke Jeevan mein Khushiyon ka Aavaagaman Sadaiv Laga Rahe.
Happy Naag Panchamee
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Nag Panchami is celebrated in various parts of India with different names and different rituals.
In Nepal, it is celebrated widely, most importantly for the fight between Garuda and a great Serpent.
The state of the Central part of India- Nagpur, gets it’s name from the word “nagas“. The word Nagpur literally translates to a place which is highly infested with snakes. On this day, the main worshipping is carried out at Nagoba Temple in Mahal.
Nag Panchami is mainly celebrated in the northern part of India. Snakes have been worshipped by the Hindus of Kashmir over a long period. Naga Panchami is celebrated on the dark half that is on the Krishna Paksha of the same month in states like Rajasthan and Gujarat.
In the northwestern part of India, like Benares, the Akhras or the wrestling practicing venues are cleaned up, and the walls are painted with images of snakes. The wrestlers worship their gurus. A common relation is drawn between the wrestlers and the snakes; that is, they both stand for “virility”.
In Punjab it is celebrated in the month of Bhadra, which is during September-October, where it is also known as Guga Nauvami that is the ninth day of the full moon. On this day, villagers offer flour and butter to an image of a snake made with some dough kept in a winnowing basket which is taken out for a parade. At the end of the parade, the snake is buried and worshipped by the women of the village for nine days by feeding them curds.
In the Southern part of India, snakes are identified with the Commander of the celestial Army, Subramanya. Here both real and sculpted snakes are worshipped. People here are often found to worship snake stones below the peepal tree. Snakes are considered to have the gift of inducing fecundity during times of barrenness.
In the states of Orissa, West Bengal, and Assam, snake goddess Manasa also known as Jaratkaru, are worshipped widely. In the Western part of India, Naga Panchami is celebrated with the name Ketarpal or Kshetrapal. Snakes are commonly known as Bhujang in this area.
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Nag Panchami not only comes with a lot of dos but some don’ts as well. On Nag Panchami, one must refrain from using sharp objects and also hurting the snakes. Consumption of leafy vegetables must be avoided on this day.
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Praying and worshipping the snakes on Nag Panchami is known to bring good luck and happiness in one’s life. This Nag Panchami 2021, pray for your beloved ones and wish them a very Happy Nag Panchami 2021.
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Ekadashi refers to 11th lunar day according to Hindu calendars. In a month there are usually two ekadashis- one of Krishna Paksha and another of Shukla Paksha (Krishna and Shukla Paksa are nothing but lunar phrases of moon). Ekadshi of Krishna Paksha of Sawan month is also known as Kamika Ekadashi. On this day, Lord Vishnu is worshipped. Devotees pray to lord Vishnu to be free from their sins.
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Kamika Ekadashi 2021
Just like every year, this year too Kamika Ekadashi will be celebrated on the Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Sawan month. Devotees pray to lord Vishnu on this day in order to be free from their sins. Their prayers to lord Vishnu cleanse their souls and make their heart calm. Some even fast the whole day to attain the blessings of lord Vishnu. Devotees start their fast on Dashami tithi (10th day of lunar fortnight) and end it on Dwadashi tithi (12th Day of lunar fortnight). It is believed that devotees can secure a place in heaven if they follow all the rules of Kamika Ekadashi.
Due to the covid-19 outbreak we do not know if devotees can gather in temples. In some states the Government still has put strict restrictions on social gatherings. Do not need to be disappointed, devotees can make an idol of Vishnu in their home and worship that for this year.
Kamika Ekadashi 2021 Date
Kamika Ekadashi tithi will begin at 12:59pmon 3rd August, 2021. The tithi will end at 03:17 pm on 4th August, 2021. The time for fast breaking is from 05:10 AM to 07:47 AM on 5th August.
Why is Kamika Ekadashi celebrated?
Lord Vishnu is worshipped on the holy tithi of Kamika Ekadashi. It is believed that those who worship lord Vishnu on this day by keeping a fast will be free from all the wrongdoings or sins from their lives. By getting rid of their sins, such people are guaranteed to obtain a place in heaven after death. Significance of Kamika Ekadashi is also mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. Lord Vishnu described the importance of the day to the eldest Pandava Yudhisthir.
Lord Shiva is also worshipped in the month of Sawan. Devotees pray to both lord Shiva and lord Vishnu during this month to get blessed by both deities.
Kamika Ekadashi Vrat Katha
According to Hindu Mythology, Lord Vishnu goes to sleep in Ksheersagar on this day, and four months later wakes up on Prabodini Ekdashi. These four months is considered very auspicious and is called as ‘Chaturmas’. In Mahabharata, lord Vishnu himself said that devotees can be free from their sins if they worship him on this day.
Kamika Ekadashi Puja & Food
It is believed that, keeping a fast on Kamika Ekadashi is equivalent to taking a bath in the holy waters of Ganges. Devotees on this day wake up early. They take a bath in early morning. Then they wear clear clothes. They do not eat any onion, garlic, rice, wheat or lentils on this day. Some only eat milk, fruits or vrat recipes. The aim of keeping the fast is to make the heart of devotees clean. Consume of alcohol, tobacco or any kind of meat is prohibited.
Devotess decorate idol of Lord Vishnu with flowers, diyas and offer him tulsi leaves. They do not sleep in the afternoon. The fast is broken next day before Dwadashi (next day of Ekadashi) ends. Not breaking the fast within this time is considered as an offence.
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Happy Kamika Ekadashi 2021 Wishes
Wishing your close friends and family is a must on these occasions. Here we present you a collection of Happy Kamika Ekadashi 2021 wishes which you can use.
May lord Vishnu bless you on the auspicious tithi of kamika Ekadashi. Happy Kamika Ekadashi .
May you heart be at peace while keeping the vrat of Kamika Ekadashi. Happy Kamika Ekadashi 2021.
May Lord Vishnu cleanse your soul on the holy tithi of Kamika Ekadashi.
May you be free from of wrong-doings of your life. Happy Kamika Ekadashi vrat.
People Also Ask
What is the importance of kamika ekadashi?
Lord Vishnu is worshipped on the holy tithi of Kamika Ekadashi. It is believed that, keeping a fast on Kamika Ekadashi is equivalent to taking a bath in the holy waters of Ganges and by doing so one can be free from all sins. Some even believe that doing Kamika Ekadashi vrat can lead them a place in heaven after death.
What can we eat on kamika ekadashi?
Devotees usually fast on Kamika Ekadashi. They do not eat any meat, rice, flour, lentils etc. Consuming alcohol is prohibited as well. Devotees can eat milk, fruit or some vrat recipes.
What Ekadashi is today? Ekadashis are the 11th lunar day. Each month usually has two Ekadashis. Interestingly, each of these Ekadashis have their own name and significance.
Kamika Ekadashi is a part of Hindu culture from a long time and has a great significance. Fasting all day may sometimes lead to some health issues. We suggest to take care of your health if you are planning to keep the vrat of Kamika Ekadashi. With that being said, we hope that May lord Vishnu bless us all.
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India is a diverse country when it comes to its people, religions, beliefs, language & even livelihood. There are a total of four religions that have originated from India and the four of them are Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism & Hinduism. All these religions have their own beliefs, cultures, customs & holy days which are spread across the entire year on various days. The word “Vrat” means fasting which is a common ritual in certain religions and one of them is the Rohini Vrat. Rohini Vrat takes place once every 27 days & it is a very important ritual to the Jain Community.
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Rohini Vrat 2021
Rohini Vrat takes place every twenty-seven days & it is extremely crucial to the Jain community. Rohini Vrat is observed by the women who want a long, happy & fulfilling life for their husbands. The Rohini Vrat embarks on when the Rohini Nakshatra rises after sunrise. The fasting or the “Vrat” comes to an end with the rise of the Margashirsha Nakshatra.
It is said to be believed that those who observe the Rohini Vrat will be free from all the poverty & sufferings of mortal life. According to the Jain & Hindu calendar & Hindu mythology, Rohini is one of the twenty-seven Nakshatras.
Rohini Vrat 2021 Date/Tithi
As we already know that Rohini Vrat takes place after every twenty-seven days. Here are the dates of Rohini Vrat in 2021 starting from January: 24th January, 21st February, 20th March, 16th April, 13th May, 10Th June, 7th July & in the August month the Rohini Vrat will be observed on the 3rd. We will update this Rohini Vrat monthly calendar soon, so stay tuned.
Why is Rohini Vrat celebrated?
Rohini Vrat is an important and auspicious ritual to the Jain community. The ritual believes that when the women observe this ritual or fast, as a result of that fasting their family members also receive the blessings of Lord Vasupujya. This is why women observe Rohini Vrat for their husband’s long life, good health & prosperity.
Rohini Vrat is also celebrated because it is believed that those who observe this Vrat will be free from all the obstacles, poverty, suffering, and any kind of trouble that might hamper the peace. It is also believed that if the women observe Rohini Vrat the peace will prevail in their lives and as well as their family members’ life.
How to celebrate Rohini Vrat?
On the day of this auspicious ritual, the women of the family wake up early in the morning. After that, they clean the house & take a holy bath where they put water from the Ganga river as well. After the bath, they go to the temple of Vasupujya or set up an idol or a photograph. A ritual known as “Puja” is performed with all the idol offerings.
The fasting starts at the end of this ritual where the Rohini Nakshatra rise & the fasting lasts till the Margashirsha Nakshatra appears in the sky. If you start the fasting for the Rohini Vrat, it should be observed for three, five, or seven years straight. The fasting for the Rohini Vrat always concludes with Udyapana.
Rohini Vrat Katha story
As the legend goes, King Madhava was the king along with queen Lakshmipati & rules the ancient Champapuri. King Madhava had seven sons and a daughter Rohini. One day King Madhava asked an expert about who would be his daughter’s groom. To which the expert replied that Rihini would be likely to get married to Ashok, the prince of Hastinapur.
The king then arranged a swayamvar through which Rohini got married to Ashok.
One time a man named Charan Muniraj visited the forest of Hastinapur. So, the king & his family members went to visit him to receive the sermon. After that, the King asked Muniraj that why his queen was so calm to which Muniraj told him a story of a city where the King, Vastupala had a friend named Dhanamitra. Dhanamitra was always worried about who would marry his daughter. A man named Srisena agreed in an exchange of cash but left her the same month due to a bad odor.
At the time, Amritsen came to visit the town. Dhanmitra & his daughter went to visit him as well. He said that there was a king named Bhupal who had a queen named Sindhumati. One day, both the king & queen left for Vanakrida & met Muniraj on the way. The king advised the queen to go home & make meals for him. The queen left but she was angry. In a fit of rage she gave Muniraj an aching stomach & Muniraj suffered greatly. When the king found out about the queen’s deed he threw her out of the town & this great sin caused her Leprosy. The queen had immense rage & suffered extreme sorrows. After experiencing hell a fowl woman was born of her.
After Dhanamitra heard this story he was very perplexed & asked the Swami for some spiritual cleansing. The Swami then advised observing the Rohini Vrat in which a person will have to give up on all 4 diet & fast for 16 hours straight & if it was done for 5 years & 5 months it would have great results.
After observing the fast, King & queen attained salvation and lived on happily with their lives.
Rohini Vrat 2021 Puja & Dishes
Rohini Vrat is observed by the women of the family. Women of the family wake up very early to take a holy bath & proceed with the rest of the ritual. After the holy bath, the idol of Lord Vasupujya is worshipped. Either they go to a temple to worship and perform the puja or they set up an idol or photograph at their home. The idol is then given a bath and other puja offerings are made to the God. The women who observe the ritual do not eat anything before or after the puja.
During the time of Vrat or fasting, the dishes that are made have many restrictions. All the dishes that are made during Rohini Vrat are purely vegetarian. There are also some restrictions regarding the use of certain ingredients in the making of the dish.
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Happy Rohini Vrat 2021 Wishes
Wishing & greeting each other on an auspicious day is very crucial. Here are some wishes & greetings that you could use to wish those who are a part of this ritual:
“May Lord Mahavir bless you abundantly.”
“May Lord Mahavir bless you with the virtue of non-violence.”
“We wish all of you a very happy Rohini Vrat.”
“On this auspicious occasion, may Lord Mahavir hear all your prayers. Happy Rohini Vrat.”
Rohini Vrat is indeed a very pure & auspicious ritual to the Jain community. We all have a desire to attain inner peace in our lives and we all want to be happy in whatever we do & wherever we are. We also wish for our family to be happy & healthy. Enjoy the auspicious Rohini Vrat with your loved ones. You can share these Rohini Vrat 2021 wishes & images on Facebook, WhatsApp & Instagram too. Happy Rohini Vrat 2021 to all of you out there.
Happy Buddha Purnima WhatsApp Status: Siddhattha Gottama or Siddhārtha Gautama, later known as the Great Buddha or Gautama Buddha was an extraordinary person. It is no exaggeration to call him a Lord as he was a master of many trades. The word “Buddha” itself means the “enlightened one” or the “awakened one”. He was a mendicant, philosopher, meditator, a religious leader, a spiritual teacher. He lived in ancient India which is around 5th to 4th century B.C, i.e approximately 2,500 years age from today.
Buddha Purnima is believed to be the greatest festival of the Buddhists which usually falls on the month of May according to the Gregorian Calendar. Thrice Blessed Day is the other name of this festival cause it commemorates three important things that is his birth, enlightenment and death.
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The birth anniversary of Lord Buddha will be celebrated on 26th of May, 2021. The Tithi of the Purnima will begin at 20:29 on 25th of May,2021 and end at 16:43 on 26th of May,2021.
Buddha Purnima is celebrated in many countries across the world including Tibet, China, Korea, Laos, Thailand, Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and last but not the least, India.
In India, all the states, where Buddhism is predominant like Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Ladakh, and most parts of North Bengal celebrate this day. In India, Buddha Purnima is also considered a Gazetted Holiday, which means that all the Government sectors will remain closed on this day. The holiday was initiated from the time of B.R Ambedkar.
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Researches from Vedic literature reveal that Lord Buddha is nothing but an incarnation of Lord Vishnu whose sole purpose was to spread the message of non-violence and mercy towards all the living creatures in this Universe. Gautama Buddha is considered to be the ninth avatar of the ten avatars of Vishnu by the Vaishnavities.
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Your mind is everything. You will become what you think of yourself.
Hatred will never be ceased by hatred, but by love. This is the eternal truth.
One who has lived wisely shall not fear death.
The Sun, the Moon and the Truth are the three things that cannot be hidden.
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Though the exact time of this Great man’s birth is not known as different scholars have come up with different opinions, but the exact birth place is not unknown. All scholars have agreed to the fact the he was born in Lumbini( Nepal). Some researchers believe that he was born in the 624 B.C. , while some believe to be in 448 B.C. , while the rest believe it to be around 563-483 B.C.
Born to a Shakya King ,Suddhodana, and mother Maya, he had the family responsibilities from a very early age , as his mither left her body seven days after his birth. He was brought up at Kapilavastu, the capital of the Shakya Kingdom. From the very beginning, people around him became aware of his divine powers, and thus his father named him Siddhartha expecting him to become a just and skilful king in future. He was also famous by the name Gautama which was inherited to him from his Mother’s side.
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Wishing everyone a Happy Buddha Purnima is not confined to the fact that whether you are a Buddhist or not. The day is for celebrating the true meaning of the word PEACE. We have for you a wide range of HD and Jpg Happy Buddha Purnima Images with wishes and quotes in Hindi and English, which you can definitely use for the wishing purpose. So go forward and download these images and share it with your friends and family on this auspicious occasion of Buddha Purnima.
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The journey of Siddhartha to Gautama Buddha is quite an interesting one. The incident of his enlightenment begins when after seven long years of wondering, one fine day he was seated under a Bodhi tree, which is also known as the tree of awakening, and became deeply absorbed in meditation.
Currently, the Mahabodhi temple, near the Bodhi tree where Siddhartha sat to meditate at Bodh Gaya (Bihar) is a pilgrimage site for the tourists.
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The most important celebrations of Buddha Purnima take place at Bodhgaya, in the Mahabodhi temple. The temple is dressed in festivity and decorated with special flags and flowers. Special prayer arrangements are made under the Bodi tree.
At Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh, large fairs are organised.
Other activities on Buddha Purnima include:-
Recitation of Buddhist scriptures
Lighting of lamps, etc
Gautama Buddha may not be a living physically among us, but his immortal soul is always there to guide us through the correct path. This Buddha Purnima, wish everyone and make them aware of the teachings of this great personality. Send them these inspirational and motivational wishes to make their Buddha Purnima a blessed one.
May Buddha take you to the correct path from the wrong. Wishing you and your family a very happy Buddha Purnima 2021.
May Lord Buddha wash away all your sins on this auspicious occasion of Buddha Purnima. Wishing you a blessed Buddha Purnima 2021.
May the Lord bring you ultimate peace and calmness of mind. I wish you a very holy and happy Buddha Purnima 2021.
Happy Buddha Purnima Wishes in English
Lord Buddha focussed more on teaching, rather than worshipping. After being enlightened himself, he devoted his next 45 years of life to teaching the others about “Dharma”. His disciples too became enlightened themselves, and came to be known as “Arahants” or the “noble ones”. This festival is also known as Vesak day & people love to share Vesak day wishes quoteswith friends & family.
The most important teachings of Gautama Buddha include the “the four noble truths”, which is also considered to be the first teachings of Buddha. The 4 truths are:-
Every being experiences unhappiness, pain and sorrow during their entire lifetime.
The pain and misery will be originated from a specific cause.
There is also end to the suffering.
The “Eightfold path” that is to be followed to end the suffering, includes:-
Check out some more quotes on Buddha Purnima in English: –
May the Lord be with you in every step of your life. Wishing you a pious Buddha Purnima 2021.
Spread the message of Universal Brotherhood this Buddha Purnima 2021. Wishing you a Happy Buddha Purnima 2021.
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प्रभु का हाथ आपके सर पर हो
सुख समृद्धि आपके दर पर हो जो आप चाहे वो जरूर पाए
बुद्ध पूर्णिमा की शुभकामना
बुद्धा पूर्णिमा के पावन मौके पर
आपको मन की शांति मिले
प्रेम और श्रद्धा के फूल हर दिन
आपके मन में खिले
बुद्ध पूर्णिमा की शुभकामनाये
आपको और आपके परिवार
को बुद्ध पूर्णिमा की
जीवन में कई संकट आयेंगे
पर बुद्ध की तरह शांत रहो
इस बुद्ध पूर्णिमा को दिल से मनाओ
मन की हर बात हर काम प्रेम से करो।
Religions hold a great impact in our lives. To be more precise, our personality, behaviour, mental health, etc is dependant on our beliefs rather than our religion. Buddhism has a humongous impact on the Indian Culture. Not only the religion, but the art, sculptures, language, literary works have a touch of Buddhism in it.
The death of this great and divine person still remains a mystery. Some conclude that it was the tainted pork which caused his demise, although there’s a debate on this as some say it was some kind of poisonous mushroom that led to his death. In the Buddhist canonical texts it has been written that he died of eating “sūkara- maddava” which is either pork or mushroom.
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