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Bhumi Pooja is different from Gruhapravesh – I think you know that difference. Coming to your question here are the dates for Gruhapravesham in 2013 – Click the link and read dates with timings of Muhurthams
Yes.. You can check with the dates and exact muhurat here for bhumi puja on vijayadashami – Bhumi Puja muhurat 2013
May Sri Radhe enter our hearts on Her holy appearance day.
Jai Sri Radhe,
May this Radha Ashtami brings all the mercy of Srimati Radharani shower upon you !!!
Onam is the main and the most revered festival of Kerala, the state well known as God’s own country. Onam is a harvest festival and is celebrated with joy and happiness all over the state by people of all communities and also across everywhere in the world where ever a malayali lives. In 2013, Onam festival date is September 16. Read more here – https://hindupad.com/onam/onam-is-a-festival-of-grand-onasadhya-pookalam/August 15, 2013 at 11:22 pm in reply to: Reply To: Varalakshmi Vratham (Varalakshmi Puja) in Hyderabad #1027381
Samuhika Varalakshmi Vratham is observed in Ashtalakshmi Temple, Hyderabad on 16 August 2013. Thousands of women perform Varalakshmi Vratham in the temple at the same time.August 14, 2013 at 10:17 pm in reply to: If a lady is pregnant in the house can they have ganpati sthapana at home #1027312
I am not sure about Ganesh Visarjan (Ganapathi Nimajjanam) when a pregnant woman is there at home. It depends on the local beliefs, you can ask any local pundit or pujari about this.August 14, 2013 at 10:16 pm in reply to: If a lady is pregnant in the house can they have ganpati sthapana at home #1027311
If any pregnant woman is there at home, Ganesh sthapana can be done on Ganesh Chaturthi. There is no rule in Puranas / other scriptures about this. But Homas, Havans or Yagnas cannot be done when any pregnant woman is there at house.
You can download Varalakshmi Vratham Puja vidhanam in Telugu in PDF format from the given link..
You can download Varalakshmi Vratham Pooja Vidhanam PDF in English in given link
Om Doosri Radhaji,
There are number of contributors for Hindupad.com… Every post written by the contributor is published under the contributor’s name. Atleast I give credit to him.. There is no issue of ghost writing as anybody can contribute for Hindupad..
Thanks a lot for comment. I expect more seva from you for Hindu Dharma.
Please go through this page — https://hindupad.com/astrology/ and revert back to me for more details on how to get Astrology or horoscope report (Janma Kundali).January 21, 2013 at 8:04 pm in reply to: Reply To: Why is Kumbh Mela held in only four cities – Allahabad, Haridwar, Nashik, Ujjain #1003405
Statistics of Kumbh Mela 2013
As per the Financial Times..
To understand the scale of the event, consider this: Kumbh Mela takes place over 55 days on 1,900 hectares of land. The UK’s Glastonbury Festival, the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world, hosts 177,500 revelers on 350 hectares of land for just five days.
In 2013, the Maha Kumbh Mela is bigger than ever so it presents a special organisational challenge. The area covered by the tent city has risen from 1,500 hectares in 2001, the last time the Maha Kumbh Mela was held, when it lasted 44 days. This year there are 99 parking lots on site, up from 35 in 2001. There are 12,461 state police personnel at the festival, up from 9,965 in 2001. And 85 CCTV cameras have been installed; back in 2001, there were none.
Some 200,000 ration cards have been distributed, while 1.62m kilogrammes of wheat and 400,000 litres of milk have been allotted. There are 43,840 toilets on site, and 14 allopathic, 12 homepathic and 12 ayurvedic hospitals. (The number of allopathic facilities is unchanged from 2001 but more hospitals offering alternative medicine have been added.)January 19, 2013 at 5:32 pm in reply to: Reply To: Why is Kumbh Mela held in only four cities – Allahabad, Haridwar, Nashik, Ujjain #1003236
These towns are venues for kumbh mela because of mythology. After the samudra manthan (ocean churning) for a pot of amrit (nector of immortality), there was a fight between gods and demons.
Lord Vishnu, disguising himself as an enchantress (Mohini), seized the nectar from the demons. Lord Vishnu passed the nectar to his winged mount, Garuda. The demons finally caught up with Garuda and in the ensuing struggle, a few drops of the precious nectar fell at Allahabad, Nashik, Haridwar and Ujjain.
Another story says that during the fight for the pot of nectar, it was kept on the ground at Allahabad (Prayag), Haridwar, Ujjain and Nashik. And the kumbh mela at these places signifies immortality of soul and prayer to the gods.
Devotees believe that by bathing in the Ganga zone one is freed from their past sins (karma) and thus one becomes eligible for liberation from the cycle of birth and death. This holy event with such tremendous faith can be found in ancient texts of the world.
Famous traveler Huen Tsang of China was the first to mention kumbh mela in his diary. It mentions the celebration of 75 days of Hindu month of Magha (January-February), which witnessed half a million devotee including sadhus, common man, the rich and the kings.