Bharateeya culture has given special importance to every season and month of the year, according to the atmosphere during particular time period of the year. Puranas have suggested Vratas to observe for the inner purification, spiritual upliftment, good health and a peaceful life. The Vratas are in various forms, types, and with different intensity, easy to difficult, so that everybody can walk on the path of Yogashastra with ease to reach the JeevanMukti.
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The summer heatwave has exhausted us and everybody is waiting for the first rain. The moments before the first rain are too long to wait. Why is it so? Why is not possible to enjoy the rain without any pain of summer? The life and nature are too 'similar' in giving us contrasting experiences... Here is fresh poem came from the 40 plus degree centigrade scorching heat...
Divine wishes of Akshay Tritiya to all the friends! :- )
Akshay Tritiya is in the Vaishakh month according to the Hindu Lunar Calendar,
it’s the third day of Vaishakh Shukla Paksha.
Akshay Tritiya is celebrated in the summer. Indian culture is the
culture of celebration and making others happy by giving, so we celebrate
summer by this festival. The rituals of
Akshay Tritiya are mainly Jaap, Daan and Homam.