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Wishing entire Humanity a very Happy, Healthy, Wealthy, and Prosperous Diwali.

Let’s understand the true meaning of this wonderful festival, so as to illuminate our lives with the true essence of Love& Light.

Diwali: the festival of Lights


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Wishing everyone in this a very happy, prosperous & blessed Navratri. This is a very vibrant and joyous time of the year, where the supreme mother, Goddess Durga (Shakti), is invoked and prayed throughout the nine days for  various attainments, both at materialistic and spiritual level.


Hari Om!

Wishing entire Humanity and very happy and prosperous Baisakhi, Rongali Bihu in Assam, Naba Barsha in Bengal, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Vishu in Kerala and Vaishakha in Bihar.

A Holistic look, into this beautiful, colourful and vibrant festival, reveals a lot about the greatness of the festivals and their enriching values in our lives.

Significance of Baisakhi in Sikhism:


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Wishing everyone a very happy Hanuman  Jayanti !

The name of Hanuman always resonates with the chants of Jai Shri Ram, such is the cosmic union epitomized by the unflinching devotion of Hanuman for his lord Shri Ram. This is the day to celebrate the birth of Pavanputra Hamuman. In times of deep trouble and distress,  it’s a common practice in the Hindu faith to chant the name of Hanuman or chant the powerful Hanuman Chalisa, or simply chant “Bajrang Bali ki Jai”- meaning victory to thy thunderbolt strength.


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Wishing all of Humanity a very happy,prosperous and Love filled Gudi Padwa.

Gudi Padwa is also Celebrated as Ugadi or Yugadi in south India.It is a festival to celebrate the arrival of the spring season and New Year