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தினமும் 8:00 - 14:00 மணி, மாலை 17:00 - 20:00 மணி

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The meanings of Deepavali, its symbols and rituals, and the reasons for celebration are innumerable.  It commemorates Lord Krishna's victory over the demon Narakaasura who had kidnapped and terrorized the gopis of Vrindavan.


When the evil Naraka was finally killed by Lord Krishna and Satyabhaama, he begged pitifully for mercy; thus, upon his entreaties, it was declared that this day of his death would be celebrated with great joy and festivity.

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Navarathiri Pooja

Navarathri Festival -  9 Days Pooja 

Sri Krishna Janmastami

This is the birthday of Lord Krishna, the eighth Divine Incarnation. It falls on the 8th day of the dark half of the month of Bhadrapada (August-September). This is one of the greatest of all Hindu festivals. Lord Krishna was born at midnight. A twenty-four hour fast is observed on this day, which is broken at midnight.


Temples are decorated for the occasion. Bhajans are sung, bells are rung, the conch is blown, and Sacred spiritual hymns are recited in praise of Lord Krishna. At Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, special spiritual gatherings are organised at this time. Hindu pilgrims globally and all over India attend these festive gatherings.

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Varalakshmi Vratham is a very well known fasting and spiritual ritual observed by all Hindu married women
all over the world, globally.

„Varalakshmi“  means literally : „the Divine Goddess who grants boons“Hence, worshipping the Divine Goddess Mahalakshmi on this auspicious day is equivalent to worshipping the Divine „Ashtalaksmi“- the 8 Goddesses of Wealth, Earth, Learning, Love, Fame, Peace, Pleasure, and Strength.

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