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Believe in Mata Vaishno Devi

10th October 2012
People believe that who ever worships Mata with full faith and devotion all his wishes gets fulfilled. It is said that a person goes to Vaishno Devi only when Mata herself calls them or else he can never visit there.Vaishno Devi temple is situated on Trik... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

We are Marathiheritage - The Heritage of Maharashtra

30th May 2012
Marathi Heritage is formed to promote, preserve and stimulate the unique heritage of Maharashtra. Maharashtra has got numerous tourist destinations, which attracts so many tourists every year. The challenges which are faced by local authorities while serv... Read >
Author: seomarketing

A glimpse of the History of Somnath Temple

30th November 2011
Introduction Surrounded by thick deciduous forests of Uttarakhand region, the Surkanda Devi temple is quite a holy place of worship for the Hindus. It was built in the name of Indian Goddess of Power, Durga and is one of the many Shaktipeeths situated ... Read >
Author: Jenny Franklin

Pune an Ideal Place For Investor to Investment in Property.

22nd November 2011
The heart of the Maratha empire in the days of yore, Pune is the 2nd largest city in Maharasthra and is the also the capital of Pune district. The Pune property market is flourishing rapidly. Pune real estate investors are investing in property to get the... Read >
Author: Raveen

Hemkund Sahib Yatra: A Guide for Travelers

01st June 2011
The Hemkund Sahib is one of the holiest places in all of India. It is believed that Guru Gobind Singh had meditated in the Lokpal Lake, in which Hemkund Sahib is located. From then on, the Hemkund Sahib yatra has become a major pilgrimage for devotees. Th... Read >
Author: Amit Kothiyal

Badrinath Yatra

17th May 2011
There are a number of pilgrimage destinations in India. People of all religion have their sacred pilgrimage places to which they pay a visit. Devout Hindus make it a point to visit the Chardhams or the four holy places that are supposed to cleanse soul an... Read >
Author: Sandhya Sharma

Sindoor used at Indian Weddings

19th April 2011
Women when married take pride in coloring her maang with red color that symbiosisthat she is somebody’s wife. This strongly signifies traditional Indian culture. During the Indian wedding the process of coloring the brides maang is called sindoordaan. Bac... Read >
Author: Marry Me

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
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