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horoscope matching services india

11th January 2011
Through free online horoscope reading services matching you can find a perfect partner for your life. With free online kundali matching you can get free services as no charges are asked from you. The best thing about free kundali matching online is that y... Read >
Author: Ganesham Software

Costumes Of Kerala

29th December 2010
Kerala is one of the cultural and the heritage states of India. Kerala is the state of high literacy,development, lush green lands with beautiful surroundings, golden beaches, gurgling seashore and awesome backwaters. The culture of Kerala is the fusion o... Read >
Author: Nisha

Rudraksha Beads For Strength And Well-Being

29th September 2010
Rudraksha beads contain large amounts of energy, which gives them the capability to benefit the wearer in many ways. When translated from Sanskrit into English, Rudraksha breaks into two words - Rudra, which is another name for Lord Shiva and Aksha, which... Read >
Author: Emmie03bv

Ayush Homam- Paving the Way Towards a Prosperous Life

02nd July 2010
Ayush Homam can put an end to your quest for a well-healed and promiscuous life. Hindus perform a religious ritual called homam in which blessings of deities are invoked. Ayush Homam is one such ritual that is performed for longevity and prosperity in lif... Read >
Author: AY

Maitreya, Benjamin Creme and the United Nations Global Religion

29th March 2010
Maitreya as well as the coming Worldwide Faith"He has already been anticipated with regard to years through all of the major beliefs. Christians know your pet as the Christ, as well as expect their upcoming come back. Jews wait him since the Messiah; Hind... Read >
Author: Billy Snyder

Rituals followed in the Iyer marriages

18th March 2010
The culture of India has from ages witnessed many religions and customs being practised in the country. Even if it is a Hindu culture, it has many sub- sects, each of which having different festivals and ways of celebrating them also differ according to a... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Rituals in a Sindhi marriage

05th March 2010
Marriages in India are done according to the traditions and the rituals of a particular community or religion. The marriage ceremonies in away, reflects the caste or the creed one belongs to. The matrimony methods and the rituals practised vary from commu... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

The Differences and Similarities in Buddhism and Hinduism

22nd February 2010
Both Hinduism and Buddhism began in India. For centuries they have grown side by side, like a brother and a sister, sharing a history. But, there have been some periods of strife between these two religions. One of the interesting things to note about... Read >
Author: hinkyimports

Money Mantra

09th November 2009
Money Mantra In this post and article there will be a discussion of the Money Mantra. The money mantra is a special highly specialized mantra which focuses on supporting the creation of money. This mantra called the money mantra is a special mantra. Th... Read >
Author: agreszcz

Famous places in Raipur

18th May 2009
Famous places in Raipur Raipur is a very fascinating city in India. It has a number of landmarks and sites worth visiting. It is the capital of the Chhattisgarh. According to India's 2001 census the population of the Raipur is around 605,131. Former... Read >
Author: mark steve

Different Types of Marriages in India

09th April 2009
Marriages have always been considered as a divine union in India. Indians regard the institution of marriage as a sacrament. For Hindus, it`s a commitment that lasts forever and is the strongest social bond between a man and a woman. In the Vedas too it h... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Mayan engineers constructed pyramids and elevated walkways from stone.

26th November 2008
They crafted immense pyramids, some of which were two hundred feet high, from stone, earth, and rubble. Mayan engineers constructed causeways and elevated walkways from stone. One of the wild jungle, without the benefit of motorized construction vehicles.... Read >
Author: sulamita

What is the difference between a Harmonium and a Shruti Box and how are they played?

25th November 2008
A Harmonium is a musical instrument which is similar to a Pipe Organ or a Reed Organ. When air is blown through the reed, it produces a sound similar to that of an accordion. The British introduced this instrument in India and the type used in Indian musi... Read >
Author: PrestoMusicStore.com

The ninth house of Indian astrology is the father of houses

21st November 2008
Ninth House In Indian astrology, Nava (ninth); Acharva (guru or preceptor); Pithru (father); Subham (auspicious); Poorva bhagyam (Previous luck); Pooja(worship): Tapas (Penance); Dharma (Virtue) ; Pauthra (grndson); Japa(prayer) ; Daiva Upasana (spiritu... Read >
Author: sudhanshuraaj

History of Diwali Festival

22nd September 2008
Diwali is the sanctified festival of Hindus that is celebrated with the help of firecrackers, candles and sweets. The Indians commence the preparations before 2 months of the arrival of Diwali. The Diwali is the most significant festivals if compared to o... Read >
Author: Mark Grant
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