Sunday, 26 January 2014 13:56

Acharya Pad

Acharya is celebrated on the third day of Navapad Oli as the leader of the four-fold Sangh established by the Arihant. 

The Sangh consists of monks, nuns, and male and female household followers. 

After Arihant, Acharya is the decision-making authority in


Published in Jain
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 07:43

Pancha Ganapati

In the Hindu faith there is no Christmas celebration. 

However, in 1985 a five-day festival named Pancha Ganapati was created by


Published in Hindu
Sunday, 05 January 2014 08:24

Vasant Panchami

This festival marks the first day of spring (Vasanta means the spring).

The fields in India are mustard yellow with the ripening of crops. Yellow is an auspicious spiritual colour. 

The festival falls on the fifth day of Magh (January-February) Shukla or the bright time of the lunar month.

Published in Hindu

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