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Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious occasions for the Hindus, and is celebrated in almost all parts of India and Nepal in a myriad of cultural forms, with great devotion, fervour, and gaiety. It is celebrated on 14th January.


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Amba Maa

Amba Maa

In Dada’s Words: How to please Amba Ma?

“Goddess Ambikadevi means sahaj (natural) prakruti. Each Goddess has her own rules and they will be pleased if you abide by those rules. ‘We’ are Goddess Ambika’s one and only son.


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Saraswati Maa

Saraswati Maa

Many Representations…

Saraswati Ma is known amongst many as the Goddess of Knowledge and Arts. Wisdom and consciousness flow freely from her as she is the mother of sacred scriptures, such as the Vedas.


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Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti

Friends, let us all remember the ‘Father of our Nation’ and pay our respects to this humble being. 

Back in those days, the majority of our population was from economically weaker section and lived in poverty. Bapu too preferred to lead a life of simplicity, just as the masses. In those days, there was also a ‘third’ class in the trains. Most people travelled by the third class. Bapu also always travelled by the same class.


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Shubh Deepavali

Shubh Deepavali

Diwali or Deepavali is one of the biggest festivals of Hindus and is celebrated with great enthusiasm by Hindus across the globe. If you ask a layman what you make of Diwali, he will respond, ‘oh, wear good cloths, eat delicious food, burst fire-crackers, and have fun with friends.”


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