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  1. What Is Special About Navratri 2020?

    The literal meaning of “Navratri” is ”nine nights”. The union of two words ‘Nava’ and ‘Ratri’ together refers to Nine Nights. Navratri in India is considered as a big religious festivity for nine auspicious days. The celebration goes on for nine days with fasting, meditating, chanting prayers, performing different rituals and customs to please the goddess Durga and her forms.


    Goddess Durga and her various forms are together known as Navdurga which are an epitome of power and are worshipped during the nine days in every Hindu household. Navdurga is the most powerful of all who were together able to conquer the most dangerous demon and defeated him

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  2. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi To All The Treasured Devotees

    Ganesh Chaturthi, the most significant Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Ganesha is a joyous occasion that’s celebrated with full pomp and show and commemorates the birth of Lord Shiva’s and Pravati’s son, Shri Ganesha.

    Ganesha is a god of wisdom, peace, wealth and prosperity who is hailed as Vighnaharta, the one who solves every problem and removes all obstacles, and therefore is worshipped before starting a new venture, on auspicious beginnings like Griha Pravesh or before starting any work. This year the festivities start on the 22nd of August 2020 marking the Ganesh Chaturthi and 1 september 2020 will be marked as the Ganesha Visarjan day.

    On Ganesh Chaturthi, several devotees bring home Ganesha’s idol and worship him for a few days (mostly 10 days) and then dip the idol in water as a sign of respect. Over the years with growing environmental awareness, people have found out better ways to celebrate the festival in an environmental frie

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  3. Happy Janmashtami to All The Krishna Devotees

    Mykanha wishes all the Krishna devotees a very happy and blissful Janmahstami. May this day bring joy, prosperity and happiness in your life. Revere Krishna on his birth anniversary and he will fulfill all your wishes. On this auspicious day, may you all come closer to Krishna and seek his blessings. May you learn from his experiences and know the art of living life happily.

    Krishna is an example for all of us. He has faced so many challenges all through his life yet never gave up. Instead he stood strong and faced them all like a valiant. He overcame those challenges, setting up an example for the mankind.

    On the eve of Janmashtami, we bring to you the life lessons that we should practice to lead a happy life. Learn more about the saying of Krishna from Bhagwat Geeta that describe the challenges Krishna faced and how it overcame them valiantly.

    Life lessons from Bhagwa

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  4. 5 Ways To Celebrate Janmashtami At Home

    Krishna Janmashtami that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals. This year the auspicious festival of Janmashtami is falling of the 12th of August which is just two days ahead. Celebrations in temples and home have already begun but due to Novel Coronavirus, not many devotees can visit Krishna temples in this.

    5 Ways To Celebrate Janmashtami At Home


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