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Maha Shivarathri Celebration

Maha Shivarathri is a very auspicious Vedic festival when Lord Shiva’s birthday is traditionally celebrated. Although Lord Shiva is associated with ‘destroyer,’ we view the God as a transformer because it is through transformation that change happens. Worship of this high god, Lord Shiva, and praising him in his multiple forms can bring about change […]

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Dasa Maha Vidya:Maa Bhairavi

Dasa Maha Vidya Maa Bhairavi Goddess Ma bhairavi maintains the sixth significant position among all the ten Dus Mahavidya’s. Ma Bhairavi is also known as Tripura-Bhairavi, Bala Bhairavi or Kala-Bhairavi. She is an incarnation of learning and reasoning, bravery and blessings carrying a compassionate and kind smile on her face. Bhairavi mata is represented graphically […]

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Dasa Mahavidya Goddess Bhuvaneswari

Mahavidya Goddess Bhuvaneswari  For only $116 sponsor a Maa Bhuvanesvari puja please click here for the January Dasa Maha Vidya Goddess    The fourth Mahavidya Goddess is Bhuvaneswari, whose form closely resembles that of Tripurasundari. Even more than the goddess who is beautiful in the three worlds or transcends them, Bhuvaneswari is identified with the manifest world […]

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Sri Tripura Sundari Whose Beauty Precedes the Three Worlds

 Sri Tripura Sundari Devi Sri Tripura Sundari (Shodashi)Devi Tripurasundari(Shodashi) Yagya on 22nd Dec 2018 3rd Maha Vidya Homa for Sri Tripura Sundari Devi Sri Tripura Sundari (Shodashi)Devi Tripurasundari is sometimes spoken of as an adimahavidya, or primordial wisdom goddess, which puts her in the company of Kali and Tara as representing one of the highest experiences of […]

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The Goddess Tara Delivers!

Goddess of Emergencies, The Savior, Deliverer,  She Who Offers Guidance at Crossroads Description & Benefits: Excellent speaking skills, the annihilation of your enemies and difficulties, and blessings of Divine knowledge and wealth. Sri Tara Devi is the goddess of guide and protectress or the one who saves. She shines in a bluish hue and is […]

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Diwali: Rows of Lighted Candles

What is Diwali and How it’s Celebrated? by Paramesh Das Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is a Hindu festival of lights, mainly celebrated in India. The word ‘Dipavali‘ is a Sanskrit word, which actually means rows of lighted candles. Over the years, Diwali has become one of the most popular national festivals of India, marked […]

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