Hindu worship

Immerse yourself in the rich traditions of Hindu worship and rituals. Learn about the significance of various practices and explore ways to incorporate them into your spiritual journey.
Hello #tulsivivah is one of the ancient #festival and #culture in #hindu #sanatandharma.  According to #shivpurana and other #puranas  Vrinda was wife of #jalandhar (ansh of Shiva). She was a pious woman who worshipped her husband as God with all love.  An interesting story turns Vrinda to Tulsi. Such a pure soul being a wife of Shiva's ansh, why she is married to Krishna (incaranation of Vishnu) every year on this day of Kartik maasa (Vikram sanvatsara Calendar) To know Read Comment. Diy, Lord Vishnu, Saraswati Goddess, Hindu Worship, Krishna Radha Painting, Tulsi Vivah, Krishna Painting, Hindu, Hinduism Art

Hello #tulsivivah is one of the ancient #festival and #culture in #hindu #sanatandharma. According to #shivpurana and other #puranas Vrinda was wife of #jalandhar (ansh of Shiva). She was a pious woman who worshipped her husband as God with all love. An interesting story turns Vrinda to Tulsi. Such a pure soul being a wife of Shiva's ansh, why she is married to Krishna (incaranation of Vishnu) every year on this day of Kartik maasa (Vikram sanvatsara Calendar) To know Read Comment.

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During this religious festival, which is also known as Kartik Brati, Hindus fast and offer prayers by lighting oil lamps and candles. Throughout the country, thousands of devotees also visit temples to pray for good health. Hindu worshipers fast and pray in earnest to the gods for blessings and good health during the traditional ritual called Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash. Hindu Worship, Hindu Rituals, Hindu Temple, Indian Saints, Indian People, Hindu, Hindus, Pray, Prayer Pictures

Every year thousands of Hindu devotees gather in front of Shri Shri Lokenath Brahmachari Ashram temple for the Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash religious festival at Barodi, Nayagonj, Bangladesh. Lokenath Brahmachari, who is called Baba Lokenath, was an 18th Century Hindu saint and philosopher in Bengal. During this religious festival, which is also known as Kartik Brati, Hindus fast and offer prayers by lighting oil lamps and candles.

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