Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with D

Who knows it better than a new mom or an expecting mom? How exciting it is to decide a unique baby name for your newborn? Are you an expecting mom & looking for baby name ideas? We have prepared a list of Hindu baby girl names starting with D for you to pick one from, for your newborn baby or to be born bundle of joy! Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with D Name Meaning Daksha  Earth; Wife of Lord Shiva Dakshayani  Goddess Durga Dalaja  Honey Damini  Lightning Damyanti  Beautiful Darika  Maiden Darpana  Mirror Darshana  Observation Daya  Kindness; mercy; pity Dayamayi  Merciful Dayanita  Merciful Dayita  Beloved Deborah  Queen Bee Deekshaa Initiation; Sacrifice; Preparation for ceremony Deekshita Initiation; Prepared Deena Divine; Grand; Vindicated Deepa  A lamp Deepal  Light Deepali  Collection of lamps Deepakala  arc of lamps Deepaprabh…
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Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with C

Who knows it better than a new mom or an expecting mom? How exciting it is to decide a unique baby name for your newborn? Are you an expecting mom & looking for baby name ideas? We have prepared a list of Hindu baby girl names starting with C for you to pick one from, for your newborn baby or to be born bundle of joy! Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with C Name Meaning Cauvery  Same as Kavery; the name of a river Chaaya  Shadow Chahna  Love Chairavali  the full moon of Chaitra month Chaitali  Born in the Chaitra month Chaitaly  Name of an ancient city Chaitanya  divine radiance Chaitra  1st month in Indian calendar; beginning Chakori  Alert; a bird Chakrika  Lakshmi Chalama  Goddess Parvati Chaman  Garden Chameli  A creeper with flowers Champa  A flower Champakmala  garland of Champa flowers Chanchal  Active Chanchala  Unsteady; Lakshmi Chanchari  bird; …
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Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with B

Who knows it better than a new mom or an expecting mom? How exciting it is to decide a unique baby name for your newborn? Are you an expecting mom & looking for baby name ideas? We have prepared a list of more than 100 Hindu baby girl names starting with B for you to pick one from, for your newborn baby or to be born bundle of joy! Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with B Name Meaning Babita  little girl Bageshri  an Indian Musical Raag Bahugandha  Multiscented; fragrance Bahula  cow; Kritika nakshatra Baijanti / vaijanti  name of flower Bairavi  Goddess Durga; A Raga Baka  Crane Bakul  Name of a Flower Bakula  Nagakeshar flower Bala  Damsel Bandhavi  one who joins Bandhura  pretty Banhi  Fire Bani  Goddess Saraswati Banmala  a garland of wildflowers Banni  Maiden Bansari  Flute Barkha  Rain Barsha  Rain Baruni  Goddess Durga Basabi  Wife…
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Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with A

Who knows it better than a new mom or an expecting mom? How exciting it is to decide a unique baby name for your newborn? Are you an expecting mom & looking for baby name ideas? We have prepared a list of more than 400 Hindu baby girl names starting with A for you to pick one from, for your newborn baby or to be born bundle of joy! Hindu Baby Girl Names Starting with A Name Meaning Aabha  Glow Aabharana  Jewel Aadarshini  Idealistic Aadhya  the beginning; first Aadita  from the beginning Aadrika  Mountain Aahlaadita  bubbling with delight Aahna  Existence Aakanksha  desire; expectation Aakriti  Shape Aaloka  lustrous Aamaal  hopes/ aspirations Aamani  Spring season (Vasanth ritu) Aamrapali  Leaf of a mango tree Aanandamayee  Joyous Aanandi  Always happy Aanandita  The happy one Aanchal  protective shelter Aaniya Creative; Fulfilment Aapti  f…
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Telugu Panchangam

In Telugu, the calendar is called as Panchangam which refers to Panch(Five)+Angam(Limbs) in Sanskrit. The five attributes of Panchangam are Tithi, Varamu, Nakshatram, Yogamu, Karanamu. Tithi – A Lunar day Varamu – The Weekday Nakshatram – The Moon’s asterism (in which the moon resides sunrise) Yogamu – the angular relationship between Sun and Moon Karanamu – Divisions based on Tithis Ugadi is the New Year’s Day for Telugu people. This is the most auspicious & important festival in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Vikari Nama Samvatsara Telugu Panchangam 2019-2020 Sringeri Sri Sharada Peetam Vaari Vikari Nama Samvatsara Panchangam - Download TTD Vikari Nama Samvatsara Ugadi Panchangam - Will be updated soon LS Sidhanti Vikari Nama Samvatsara Ugadi Panchangam - Will be updated soon
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Dattatreya Jayanti or Datta Jayanti Legend, Rituals & Date

Datta Jayanti is a celebration of the birth of the Hindu God Datta. Lord Datta is the combined form of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Dattatreya Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day of Margashirsh month of the Hindu calendar. Dattatreya Jayanti Date Datta Jayanti 2019 Date - Wednesday, 11th December Datta Jayanti 2020 date - Tuesday, 29th December Legend of Lord Dattatreya According to legend the virtuous wife of Sage Atri that is Anasuya did penance to get a son who is like the three supreme lords Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Saraswati, Laxmi and Parvati asked the Trimurti to go and test the virtuousness of Anusaya. Accordingly, the three Gods went in the disguise of sanyasis and asked Anusaya to give them alms naked. Anusaya sprinkled water on the sanyasis and turned them into babies and then breastfed them. She then narrated the incident to her husband who took the babies into his arms and turned them into one body with three heads and six arms. When the Gods did n…
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Rishi Panchami

Rishi Panchami is celebrated on the 5th day of the Hindu month of Bhadrapada. This is the next day after Ganesh Chaturthi. Rishi Panchami is dedicated to the seven rishis. The seven sages are remembered on this day.

The Seven Sages

These sages are Kashyapa, Atri, Bharadhvaja, Vishvamitra, Gautama, Jamadagni and Vashishta. This is the day when people remember and thank the sages who have worked so hard for the welfare of mankind and society.

Rituals on Rishi Panchami

On this day women will observe a fast. In some parts of India like Rajasthan sisters tie a sacred thread on the wrist of their brothers and sisters. The brothers and sisters pray for each other’s well being and give the promise to protect each other from all evil. In Maharashtra, a special curry is prepared using different vegetables. This is known as the Rishi bhaji and this is offered as Prasad.

On the day of Rishi Panchami, a small square is made using haldi and kumkum. Th…

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Narasimha Jayanti

Narasimha Jayanti is a Hindu festival and auspicious day that is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is celebrated on Vaisakh Chaturdashi of Shukla Paksha.

Narasimha Jayanti 2019 to 2025 Dates YearDate2019Friday, 17th of May2020Wednesday, 6th of May2021Tuesday, 25th of May2022Saturday, 14th of May2023Thursday, 4th of May2024Tuesday, 21st of May2025Sunday, 11th of May Legend of Narasimha Jayanti

As per legend, Hiranyakashypu had received a unique boon from Lord Brahma due to which Hiranyakashypu could not be defeated by anyone. His atrocities increased and he even tried killing his own son Prahlad who was a Lord Vishnu devotee. In order to protect Prahlad Lord Vishnu took the form of Narshimha and killed Hiranyakashypu proving that in this world only Dharma can prevail.

Vishnu took the Narshimha avatar on Vaisakh Chaturdashi day in order to kill the demon Hiranyakashipu. This was the fourth incarnation of the Lord in which he had the face…

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Karva Chauth

The Karva Chauth is observed by Hindu women after four days of full-moon, also known as the Purnima, during the month of Kartik. Since the festival is celebrated based on the Gregorian calendar, dates for this ceremony might vary. This is mainly because this particular calendar is not calculated on the basis of movements of constellations. Instead, the calendar is tabular in nature, which considers the moon’s movements.

Most of the Hindu festivals are based on the lunisolar calendar.  Karva Chauth also happens to be one of them. Therefore, as a characteristic, the festival is celebrated based on astronomical positions. Out of all heavenly bodies, the positions of the moon are considered to be the main foundation for deciding the date of the festival.

Karwa Chauth Date & Puja Timings Karwa Chauth 2019 Date – Thursday, October 17

2019 Karva Chauth Puja Timings - 5:50 PM to 7:03 PM & Moonrise time - 8:25 PM

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Thai Pongal

Thai Pongal is a festival celebrated by the Tamilians and it is dedicated to Sun God. This festival is celebrated in the month of January and this is a festival that is celebrated for four days. Thai is the name of the tenth month in the Tamil calendar. On the same day, Sikhs celebrate Baisakhi and other south India people celebrates as Makar Sankranthi or Pongal.

The first day of the festival is Bhogi. On the second day of the festival is known as Thai Pongal. Third day is Mattu Pongal & fourth one is Kanuma.

Thai Pongal is the day when Uttarayan begins. On the day of the festival, all the family members will rise early and get bathe and get ready to prepare the Pongal.  The garden where the Pongal is going to be cooked is cleaned and decorated with kolam. Water is boiled in an earthen vessel. When the water begins to boil three handful of rice is added to it and the rice is cooked. Other important ingredients that are added include cow’s milk, coc…

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Baisakhi

Baisakhi is the most important festival celebrated by Sikhs in the month of April. It is the New Year of the Sikhs. Baisakhi is also known as Vaisakhi and it is one of the most important festivals of Punjab.  This takes place during the time when the Rabi crop is ready for harvesting. The farmers pray to God for a good harvest and thank God for all the good things that they have given them

Vasakhi Dates 2019 - Sunday, April, 142020 - Monday, April 132021 - Wednesday, April 142022 - Thursday, April 14 Baisakhi Celebrations

Gurudwaras are cleaned and decorated. On the day of the festival, people visit the Gurudwaras and pray to the Lord. There are special prayers in the morning. After the prayers, the Khada Prasad is distributed in the Gurudwara. Holy recitals are read from the Guru Granthsahib in the Gurudwaras. Holy processions by religious men are taken out in the city. Kar seva or physical labour services are offered by the people in the Gurudwaras. Lan…

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Aadi Krithigai

Aadi Krithigai is a Tamil festival dedicated to Lord Murugan (Subrahmanya Swamy). It is celebrated in the Tamil month Aadi. In Aadi month devotees perform more poojas and other religious activities. Aadi Krittigai is celebrated on the day of Krittika nakshatra in the Aadi month.

Aadi Krithigai is also pronounced as Aadi Krittika, Aadi Krithika, Aadi Krithikai. This day is specially dedicated to praying Lord Muruga as Krittika Nakshatra is favorable to Lord Muruga. On this day the Arupadai Veedu temples are decorated and special offerings are made to Lord Muruga.

Aadi Krithigai Dates YearDateDay2019July, 26Friday2020August, 12Monday2021August, 2Monday2022July, 22Friday Story of Aadi Krithikai

As per legend six flames were released from the third eye of Lord Shiva. These were brought to the Sarvana pond where the Karthigai Pengal nurtured these flames which transformed into 6 babies. Finally Goddess Parvati embraced the six babies to give them o…

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భగవద్గీత

శ్రీ క్రుష్ణుడు కురుక్షేత్ర సంగ్రామం సమయంలో అర్జునకు ఉపదేశించిన భగవద్గీత ఒక యోగ శాస్త్రము. మొట్ట మొదట భగవద్గీత శ్రీ క్రుష్ణుడిచే సూర్యభగవానునకు ఉపదేశించబడినది. సూర్యభగవానుడు ఈ పవిత్ర ఉపనిషత్తుల సారమును మొదటి మానవుడగు "మను" కు చెప్పినట్లుగ పురాణములలో చెప్పబడినది.

సమయ వ్యవధిలో లోకములో గీతా సారము యొక్క జ్ఞానం తగ్గడము వలన శ్రీ క్రుష్ణుడు మరల తన మిత్రుడు, శిష్యుడు అయినటువంటి అర్జునునకు ఉపదేశించెను.

కౌరవుల తండ్రయిన ద్రుతరాష్ట్రుని యొక్క సలహాదారు మరియు రథ చోదకుడగు సంజయుడు తన గురువు వేద వ్యాసుడు ఇచ్చిన దూరద్రుష్టి వరముతో కురుక్షేత్ర యుద్దములో జరుగుతున్న విషయములను అంధుడగు ద్రుతరాష్ట్రునకు వివరించుతాడు.

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Gita Jayanthi

Bhagavad Gita - Ancient History

Bhagavath-gita is the essence of Vedic knowledge and one of the most important Upanishads in Vedic literature. This knowledge was first spoken to the Sun God (Vivasvan) by Lord Sri Krishna. And Sun God, Vivasvan explained it to Manu, and Manu explained it to Iksvaku. And in this way, one after another this yoga was coming in disciplic succession. But in due course of time, this knowledge was lost.

Gita Jayanti - Why it is Celebrated?

Gita Jayanthi - On this holy day sacred Hindu text Bhagavad Gita was again spoken to Arjuna by Lord Krishna. It is celebrated in the Margashirsh (Margashira/Margazhi) month of the Hindu calendar. It is celebrated on the Shukla Ekadashi.

The Bhagavad Gita was told by Shri Krishna to Arjuna just before the start of the battle of Kurushektra. The same was narrated by Sanjaya to the King Dhritarashtra (father of Kauravas). Sanjaya was given a boon by his Guru Ved Vyasa du…

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