Vasant panchmi is a Hindu festival that highlights the beginning of a new season. This festival is usually celebrated on Panchmi the fifth day of Magh Shuklapaksh as Vasant Panchmi.
Vasant Panchmi is Vrindavan and decorations
The holy town of Vrindavan is generously decorated in yellow to welcome the season of spring. Everything is decorated vibrantly, the fields of this holy town are lush yellow with mustard flowers in full bloom, temples are decorated with orange and yellow flowers and devotees are dressed in bright hues.
The festivity marks the beginning of spring and end of winter season. The idol of radha Krishna is beautifully adorned in yellow attire, bejeweled with beautiful ornaments. The winter attire is finally removed to represent the start of a new season. Everybody gets enchanted by seeing the celebration of spring festival in the temples of the holy town Mathura Vrindavan.
What’s life all about? It is about living fully, happily, successfully, independently, unconditionally and most importantly generously. As a human being, we must possess what Shri Krishna has taught us in the holy book Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, the Hindu scripture consisting life changing lessons from the lord himself.
Here are some noteworthy quotes from the Holy Book which said by Shri Krishna and which we all must follow in our respective lives to discern the right way to live our lives.
Lesson 1: IMPORTANCE OF KARMA OR ONE’S DUTY
कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते मा फलेषु कदाचन |
मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भूर्मा ते सङ्गोऽस्त्वकर्मणि || 47 ||
karmaṇy-evādhikāras te mā phal
Many Hindu Homes embrace the idol of Laddu gopal in their home temples. It is believed that Laddu gopal brings happiness, prosperity and good luck for the family members. Besides that, the arrival of laddu gopal in your home signifies that Shri Krishna is happy and he himself wants to come to your home. This childhood avatar of Shri Krishna has to be treated just like a baby.
He needs a cradle to swing, food to eat, he has to bathed every day and proper shringar that includes, kanha ji poshak, laddu gopal accessories,
The auspicious festival of Radha Ashtami is celebrated today on the 26th of August this year. This Hindu festival commemorates the birth anniversary of Goddess Radhika also known as Shriradha. It is observed on the “Shukla Ashtami “of the Bhadrapada month. Radha is krishna’s beloved, the epitome of love and is equally venerated by the Krishna devotees in fact it is believed that Shri Krishna can be pleased by venerating Radha. It is so because Krishna resides in the heart of Radha.
Devotees worship Shri Radha Rani with utmost devotion on this auspicious day. This day also honors the pure bond of love between Radha Krishna, who are inseparables and one. Special puja or prayer is conducted in Shri Krishna’s temples all across India to celebrate the occasion of Radha Ashtami. The celebrations are galore in the holy town of Mathura, Vrindavan and Barsana. Shri Radhika was born in Barsana and is also known as Barsane waali Radha.
Radha Ashtami is a joyous occas
Shri Krishna is the epitome of beauty and love. His charm enthralls the devotees around the world and keeps them spellbound. The way Shri Krishna’s shringaar is performed is illustrious especially on occasions like Janmashtami, Haryali teej, New Years and so on. Several rituals are performed to please the lord and beautiful kanha ji poshak is put on the idol of the lord that elevates the beauty of the place where it’s kept.
Haryali teej is just around the corner, this year it’s falling on the 23th of July, Thursday. The festival has a special association with Radha Krishna. Several women gather on this auspicious occasion to celebrate, sing, and dance together in joy. It is believed that Radha Krishna used to swing in an embellished flower decorated swing in the garden.
The month of monsoon famously known as “Sawan ka Mahina” is special in many ways for Hindus across the world. People celebrate and practice several rituals during this time. In this month, Lord Shiva is worshipped by all his devotees and they even fast on Mondays (Lord Shiva day) for the deity to seek his blessings. Several festivals like Haryali teej, Guru Purnima and Nag Panchami are celebrated in this month of Sawan. Nag Panchami is celebrated 2 days after Haryali teej, this year the festival is falling on the 25th of July 2020, Saturday.
Nag Panchami is an auspicious occasion celebrated by the Hindus all across the world. There are several stor
Radha Krishna represents the purest form of love relationship. Radha Krishna’s love is that of the deepest kind just as the relationship between the sun and its ray, a flower and its scent or sugar and its sweetness. Radha was the main gopi since Shri Krishna’s childhood and they are incomplete without each other till today. Several people around the world wish for a relationship like theirs and revere them deeply and wholly from the bottom of their heart.
Laddu gopal jhula is one of those auspicious items used to revere the lord in every religious Hindu temple or household. The jhula is not just used for worshipping, but it also makes for a great addition to your home as a showpiece. People buy kanha ji jhula for various reasons, here are some of the reasons why you can buy a jhula.
The laddu gopal jhula can serve as a perfect gifting solution when it comes to planning a gift for your friend’s baby shower or for an expecting mother in the family, house warming, return gift of kirtan and festivals like Diwali and Janmashtami.
If your far off relative is holding a function and you’re unable to reach there, you can simply place an order and buy kanha ji jhula on
The road to motherhood isn't an easy one. There are many times of anxiety, or when too many things seem to be happening together. That's why what most mothers-to-be need at such a time is an anchor, one that can allow them to focus their energies and get a sense of calm and peace. And the best way to anchor a would-be mother is the child deity, Kanhaji.
In this blog, we detail why gifting a small Kanhaji, either the Makhanchor or the Laddugopal in a Lord Jhula is the best possible idea for expecting wives, daughters and daughters-in-law:
Bring in the Holy Spirit into your household by gifting a Kanhaji to a moms-to-be. The positive energy from the toddler god will fill up their days with cheer and joy. He will also protect them fr
Kanhaji, the playful, mischevious bubble of innocence, can be the perfect and valued addition for your home temple or as a gift for your loved one. In his bright-eyed toddler avatar - the Laddu Gopal or Makhanchor, Krishna is a sight of celestial joy, which can bring peace, prosperity and a sense of calm into your life.
If you've got your heart set on welcoming the childhood avatar of Kanhaji into your home, remember that this is as good as bringing a baby home. You will need to pamper your Kanhaji and take care of his needs, just like a little one.
He needs to be fed, changed and bathed every day. Decide the right place where you would set up His table before you begin looking for the right idol - this will give you a size estimate for your Kanhaji.
Remember, this place would have to be either at a medium height, where you may worship Him or a heightened platform. You may not place Him
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