June 2, 2016 

Guru Pushya yog 2016

Thursday 09 June 2016

On the list of propitious nakshatra among constellations, one of the luck increasing star, one of the wealth giving star is Pusya. When Pushya nakshatra falls on Thursday or guruwaar or veerwaar then it is known as "guru pushya yoga. This yoga is so much essential that religious disciples, tantric and other scholars wait for this fortunate day whole the year. When this auspicious time take place in shukla paksha then for sure implausible works are completed. Guru pushya nakshatra means when pushya nakshtara falls on a Thursday. This yoga is also called guru pushya amrit yoga.

Guru Pushya yoga is deemed very auspicious for the following events:

  • foundation stone laying of new building
  • learning mantra and tantra and acquisition of knowledge from father, grandfather, guru or a educated person
  • inaugural ceremony of new store / workplace
  • purchase of gold and jewellery is very auspicious
  • purchasing for a new vehicle
  • buying new house or shifting to new house
  • getting into big deals is deemed fruitful
  • Get diksha from guru
  • Get any puja service for success on this day

 May 18, 2016 

Bhadrakali ekadashi

(Apra ekadashi, Jyeshtha ekadashi) 1st june 2016

Bhadrakali Ekadasi is observed during on the eleventh day of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) – waning phase of the moon – in the month of Jyeshta (May – June). Because the name indicates, it is devoted to Maata Mahakali and is mostly observed in Punjab, Haryana and Jammu and Kashmir In 2016, the date of Bhadrakali Ekadashi is June one.

It's thought that Maata Mahakali or Bhadra Kali made her divine attendance on earth to annihilate Adharma on the Bhadrakali Ekadashi day.

This Ekadasi is observed as Apara Ekadashi in other parts of India and by other communities. In Orissa, this Ekadasi is known as Jalakrida Ekadasi and is related to Lord (bhagwan) Jagannath.

It has to be noted that Bhadrakali Ekadashi has nothing to do with the Ekadasi fasting related to Lord (bhagwan) Vishnu (narayana).

Bhadrakali is a form of Mother Durga who is also called Shiddhitatri. She personifies the propitious power of time. The eleventh day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight – the waning phase of moon) in the month of Jyeshtha is considered Her birthday. Therefore, Bhadrakali Ekadasi observed on this day. It is known as Jyeshta Ekadasi too. This amazing incarnation (avatar) points out the universal role of Bhadrakali and specific role of Mother Durga.

Mata Bhadrakali seems with baleful eyes, protruding tongue, and 4 arms carrying bloody sword in the upper left arm and severed heads of demons in the lower left arm. The top right arm looks in the mudra of providing bravery and the lower right arm in the mudra of conferring benefits. She adorns a garland of severed heads of demons and a belt of their dismembered arms. She is often shown in a divine lovemaking union with Lord shiva.

As Bhavtarini, the redeemer of the universe, She stands over the body Lord (bhagawan) shiva. In northern parts of India, Bhadrakali Ekadashi is deemed one of the most auspicious festivals according to shastra. It is said that Bhadrakali appeared on the eleventh day of Krishna paksha in Jyeshtha month to eliminate evil forces.

Perform/Get kali puja/sadhana/dikshaon Bhadra kali ekadashi and get below benefits....

  • Victory over enemy
  • Remove negative energy
  • Salvation
  • Protection from spirit
  • Protection from evil eye and black magic
  • Attraction power

Tags: bhadrakali ekadashi, apara ekadashi

 April 29, 2016 

Akshaya tritiya (Akha teej)

9th may 2016

Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, which falls on 9th May 2016 is a holy day for Hindus and Jains. It is an auspicious day of the birthday of Lord Parasurama who is the sixth Avatar of Lord Vishnu. This day has a lot of significance & is a highly beneficial event for performing any kinds of Spiritual Activities. Any Wealth Related Puja/Sadhana performed on this day will benefit & increase the success rate by 10× times.

You must perform any Mata Lakshmi related Sadhana/Puja/diksha on this day for getting Success in Wealth and Prosperity. So get all the essentials such as Sadhana Samagri, etc required in advance so that no hurdles can occur on the day of Puja or Sadhana. You can't afford to miss such a lucky and precious once in a year Muhurth.

 April 21, 2016 

Hanumanh Jayanti or Hanumath Jayanti, which is on Friday, 22nd April 2016 is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Hanuman, the Vanara god throughout India.

Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama. From early morning, devotees flock Hanuman temples to worship him.

Hanuman Jayanti is an important festival of Hindus.

Hanuman is the symbol of strength and energy. Hanuman is said to be able to assume any form at will, wield rocks, move mountains, dart through the air, seize the clouds and rival Garuda in swiftness of flight.

Lord Hanuman is worshipped as a deity with magical powers and the ability to conquer evil spirits & get rid of black magic, voodoo and negativity.


1. On this day, visit any nearby Hanuman Temple and put a paper written with RAM-RAM 11 times on feet of lord hanuman for fulfilment of wishes.

2. Tilak of Hanumani Sindoor can be put on forehead for success in any task or work purpose.

3. Any Hanuman related Puja/Sadhana performed on this day is considered to be very auspicious and holy and bear twice the benefits as that on a normal day.

3. If suffering from negativity or evil energy, Chant this mantra-


4. For Protection from enemies, chant the following mantra-


5. For Success in any tasks or work, chant this mantra-


6. For getting their desired life-partner,


Chant these above mantra's 324 times (3 MALA).


 April 8, 2016 

Navratri event 2016

Navratri, actually translated as 'nine nights' is considered the most celebrated Hindu function relating to Mother Durga as a symbol of purity and authority or 'shakti'. Navratri function combines ritualistic puja and fasting and is accompanied by dazzling festivities for nine (9) consecutive days and nights. Navratri in India follows the lunar calendar and is celebrated in March/April as Chaitra Navratri and in September/October as Sharad Navratri.

Through Navratri, people from villages and cities gather to perform 'puja' on little shrines representing different factors of Mata Durga, including Maa Laxmi and Maa saraswati. Chanting of manthras and renditions of bhajans and folk songs usually go together with the pooja rituals for 9 subsequent days of Navratri.

During Navratri you can chant below mantra for fulfill wishes.

  • For Girl- Chant "OM DUM DURGAYE MAM PRIYA AAGACHCHH AGACHCHH NAMAHA" for perfect partner.
  • For wife- Chant "OM DUM AING SHREEM KLEEM NAMAHA" For family peace, relationship and children health.
  • For every one- Chant " OM DUM GURGAAYE MAM KAARYA KURU KURU HUM NAMAHA" For wealth, prosperity and spirituality.
  • For protection- Chant "OM DUM KLEEM HLEEM KREEM HUM NAMAHA" For all kind of protection.
  • All above mantra chant 3 mala (324 mantra) daily till 15th april 2016 (Ram navami)

 March 25, 2016 

Rama Navami 2016- Day of Victory

15th April 2016

According to Hindu diary, Ram Navami falls on ninth day (navmi) of Chaitra month. Ram Navami, also referred to as ‘Srirama Navami’, is a Hindu celebration that is generally observed in the month of March or April. However, Ram Navami in 2016 will be observed on Friday, fifteenth April. The celebration symbols Lord (bhagwan) Rama’s Birthday. Ram Navami is usually observed in India but is widely known in all Hindu societies worldwide. Ram Navami, in India, is a public holiday.

Ram Navami is a vital day for Lord (bhagwan) Rama’s worshipers. Celebrations on this day begin with prayers and observing fast. One of the best places to see the festivities arrived is Ayodhya, the city where Lord (bhagwan) Rama was born. The entire city is decorated with illumination lights and garlands of flowers. The procession of decorated chariots is what you shouldn't ignore. These chariots are the popular features of the grand celebrations.

The dates of Ram Navami vary every year due to the fact that it is determined by Hindu calendar and Hindu calendars depend on the Solar rotation. It is one of India’s most blissful and fun-filled celebration that promotes the message of being happy and wining of good over evil.”

Today perform sadhana winning... see details about lord rama

Winning for court case.- Bagalamukhi sadhana or puja

Success for higher education- Saraswati sadhana or puja

Protection- Kali sadhana or puja

 March 9, 2016 

Get benefits from holi day

wednesday 23rd march 2016 holika dahan

Thursday 24th march 2016 Ranga panchami

One of the leading celebrations of India, Holi is celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March as per the Gregorian calendar.

Holi festival may be celebrated with various names and people of different states might be following different traditions. But, what makes Holi so unique and special is the spirit of it which remains the same throughout the country and also across the globe, wherever it is celebrated.

Entire country wears a festive look when it is time for Holi celebration. Market places get abuzz with activity as frenzied shoppers begin making arrangements for the celebration. Heaps of various hues of gulal and abeer can be seen on the edge days before the festival. Pichkaris in innovative and modern design too come up every year to lure the children who would like to collect them as Holi memorabilia and of course, to drench everyone in the town.

Womenfolk too begin to make early preparations for the holi festival as they cook countless gujiya, mathri and papri for your loved ones as well as the relatives. At some places mainly in the north females also make papads and potato chips at this time.

In spiritual we can say holi muhurt is powerful for gaining wealth, prosperity, Uchchatan, vashikaran and Vidveshana. Lots of sadhak wait for this muhurth for fulfill all wishes.

This day you can perform any sadhana, pooja, diksha for success.

You can do....

 February 16, 2016 

Shivaratri 2016

Monday 7th march 2016- Maha Shivaratri

Maha shivaratri Event or the ‘The Night of Shiva’ is widely known with dedication and spiritual dedication honoring Lord (bhagawan) shiva, one of the god of Hindu Trinity. Shivaratri falls on the moonless 14th night of the new moon in the Hindu month of Phalgun, which suggests the month of February - March in English Calendar. Honoring the event of Shivaratri followers observe day and night fast and perform ritual worship of Lord shiva Lingam to appease Shiva.

Mythology of Maha shivaratri

There are quite a few motivating tradition based on the event of Mahashivratri. Based on one of the most well-liked tradition, Shivaratri marks the marriage day of Lord (bhagawan) shiva and Parvati. A few consider that it was on the lucky night of Shivaratri that Shiva carried out the ‘Tandava’, the dance of the primal creation, protection and deterioration. One other popular Shivratri history produced in Linga Purana says that it was on Shivaratri Shiva described himself in the form of a Linga. To ensure the day is considered to be very fortunate by Lord shiva devoees (upasak) and they celebrate it as Maha shivaratri - the grand night of Lord shiva.

A Celebration Important for ladies

Shivratri is taken into account particularly fortunate for ladies. Married female wish for the overall health of their spouses and kids, as well as unmarried females wish for an suitable partner like Lord (bhagawan) shiva, who's the partner of Mahakali, Parvati and Durga. But normally it is thought that everyone who utters the name of Lord shiva in the Shivratri with pure loyalty is lacking all mistakes.

They gets to the abode of Lord shiva and is liberated from the cycle of birth and death.

Benefits from day Maha shivaratri

  • Family peace
  • Success in relationship
  • Protection from enemy
  • To get solvetions

See more details of lord shiva

 February 5, 2016 

Vasant (Bansant) Panchami

Basant (Vasant) Panchami is well-known event that marks the end of winter months time and ushers in the springtime. Maa saraswati is the Hindu deity of the Vasant Panchami festival. Girls have on bright yellow clothes and have fun with the festivals. The colour yellow holds a special meaning for this joyful celebration since it represents the splendor of nature and the vitality of life. An entire place bursts with yellow through the event.

Populace dress in yellow providing yellow flowers to others and to the gods and goddesses. Additionally arrange and feast on a special pastry called kesar halwa or kesar halva, that is made from flour, sugar, nuts, and cardamom powder. This dish includes saffron strands, which provides it a vibrant yellow color and mild scent. Over the Vasant Panchami festival, India’s crop fields are filled up with the colour yellow, as the yellow mustard flowers bloom at this time of the year. Pens, notebooks, and pencils are put near the goddess Devi's feet to be blessed before they utilized by students.

The occasion of the Vasant Panchami is dependant on the Hindu mata Sarasvati. Sarasvati is the mata of knowledge. She embodies the different elements of learning like the sciences, artistry, handicrafts and abilties. She is considered calm and collected. She is often pictured seated on a lotus or a peacock, wearing a white dress.

The Mata Sarasvati is the goddess of intelligence and learning. She has four hands which symbolize ego, intelligence, performance and the mind. She carries a lotus and scriptures in two of her hands and she plays music on the veena (an instrument similar to a sitar) with her other two hands. She rides on a white swan. Her white dress is a sign for purity. Her swan shows that populace needs to have to be able to discern the good from the bad.
The mother Sarasvati, sitting on a lotus, symbolizes her knowledge. She is also well-versed in the experience with reality. Once the mother is viewed sitting on a peacock, it is a reminder that a strong ego could occur back by knowledge.

You can buy any mata saraswati related puja/ yantra/havan/spiritual kit on this day.

Saraswati puja /havan/ yagya Muhurth- Any panchami, Wednesday or Vasant panchami.

Saraswati yantra/kit keeping muhurth- Any panchami, Wednesday or Vasant panchami.

 December 28, 2015 

Makar sankranti

15th jan. 2016

Makar sankranti is a most important harvesting event celebrated numerous regions of India. Based on the astrophysical calendar, whenever the sun goes from the Tropic of Cancer to the Tropic of Capricorn or from Dakshinayana to Uttarayana, in the month of Poush in mid-January, it celebrates the start the harvest season and cessation of the north east monsoon in South India. The moving of our planet from one zodiac sign into another is named Sankranti and as the Sun goes into the Capricorn zodiac generally known as Makar in Hindi, this time known as Makar Sankranti in the Indian context. It's mostly of the Hindu Indian celebrations that are celebrated on a fixed date i.e. 14th January every year. Makar Sankranti, aside from a harvest festival is also considered the start an favorable time in Indian traditions. It is well known as the 'holy phase of transition'. It marks the end of an unfavorable time that in accordance with the Hindu calendar starts around mid-December. It is claimed that any fortunate and holy perception are usually holy in every Hindu family, this day onwards. Clinically, this day marks the start of warmer and longer days when compared to the nights. Therefore, Sankranti marks the termination of winter season and start of a new harvest or spring period. Everywhere in the country, Makar Sankranti is viewed with great fanfare. But nevertheless, it is celebrated with distinct names and traditions in different parts of the country. In the states of northern and western India, the festival is celebrated as the Sankranti day with particular zeal and fervor. The power of this day have been represented in the prehistoric epics like Mahabharata also. So, besides socio-geographical significance, this day also holds a historical and religious implication. As, it is the festival of Sun God and he is considered the most representation holiness and intelligence, the festival also holds endless meaning to it.

What to do on this day?

You can perform many activity on this day....