Mata Vaishno Devi
Author : KanyaLal Raina
Mata Vaishno Devi

It is no wonder that every hour, every day, every year a mass of humanity surges up steep pathways that cut across the hillside for mile after mile. Popular belief holds that ...

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Guru Purnima celebrated
Author : Kanayalal Raina
Guru Purnima celebrated

Guru Purnima is a day when we pay obeisance to the guru-shishya parampara or mentor-protege lineage Vedanta, the science of self-management, was kept alive by generations of great

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Janmashtami celebrations in Canada
Author : Kanayalal Raina
Janmashtami celebrations in Canada

Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Krishnashtami, Gokulashtami, Srikrishna Jayanti or Sree Jayanthi, is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar ...

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Dharmic Short Stories Part-1
Author : KanyaLal Raina
Dharmic Short Stories Part-1

At that moment Narad Muni noticed a shadow moving and hiding behind a huge pillar in the conference hall. So did Lord Vishnu who presided over the conference.

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Diwali celebrated in Canada
Author : Kanayalal Raina
Diwali celebrated in Canada

This festival is celebrated by all young and old, rich and poor, throughout the world by Hindus, to dispel darkness and light up their lives. Deepavali is a festival where people ...

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Navratri Puja celebrated at Shri Ram Mandir
Author : KanyaLal Raina
Navratri Puja celebrated at Shri Ram Mandir

The Navratri Puja or Durga Puja celebrations mean so much to Hindus. To the cosmopolitan and the agnostic, the Goddess? homecoming is just an occasion to blend street festivities ...

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Tulsi vivah ceremony
Author : KanyaLal Raina
Tulsi vivah ceremony

The story of Tulsi Vivah is from Padma Puran which revolves round Tulsi, the plant Ocimum Sanctum.

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Dharmic Short Stories
Author : KanyaLal Raina
Dharmic Short Stories

As I mentioned in last month’s issue, here is the beginning of a series of simplified articles about the Hindu Pantheon of Gods and Goddesses. The very title of this subject is ...

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