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Vishnu’s Kalki Avatar

Kalki is believed to be Vishnu’s tenth and final of the Dashavatar (ten incarnations). It is believed that when Krishna left the Earth, the world passed into Kali Yuga (dark ages) where goodness and purity were diminished and darkness reigned. Kalki will appear at the end of Kali Yuga, riding a white horse and carrying a sword of fire. His appearance …

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Mera Sar Pe Sada Tera Haath Rahe Bhajan

Mera Sar Pe Sada Tera Haath Rahe Bhajan Mere Sar Pe Sada Tera Haath Rahe Lyrics Jisne Bhi Tere Kadmo Pe Sar Ko Jhukaya Hai Mere Shirdi Wale Baba Tune Gale Se Lagaya Hai O Baba Kadmo Pe Tere Karta Hu Fariyad Mai Sare Jaha Ne Thukraya To Aaya Tere Pass Me Karuna Ka Sagar Tu Daya DK Bhandar Hai …

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The Single Largest Peaceful Gathering In Human History!

On 15 February 2013, around 30 million people gathered to bathe in the holy Ganges River in Allahabad, India. It was the most auspicious day, Mauni Amavasya Snan, of the 2013 festival the Kumbh Mela. There Are 4 Versions Of The Kumbh Mela The mela takes place once every 3 years at one of 4 places – Allahabad, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nashik. …

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Why Is Thai Pongal Celebrated?

Why Is Thai Pongal Celebrated? Thai Pongal, or Pongal, is celebrated January 13 to 16 to celebrate the end of the harvest season. It is a harvest festival. The word ‘Thai’ in the title does not refer to the country Thailand or Thai people, but to the Tamil name for the last month of the year. The second day of …

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What Is Mahalakshmi Vrata?

What Is Mahalakshmi Vrata? Mahalakshmi Vrata is a festival that is more commonly in the Southern Indian states – Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is also celebrated in some parts of Maharshtra. It usually falls some time between middle November and early December, and is on the Thursday before the full moon. As Lakshmi is the goddess of …

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