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Hindu Nav Varsh by Dr. Ram Vinay Pandey

There are numerous days throughout the year celebrated as Hindu Nav Varsh (New Year). Its observance is determined by the lunar, solar, lunisolar calendar or the Panchanga. The exact day of the Hindu Nav Varsh changes every year, in accordance with the calculations in the solar sidereal years. Hindus in different regions (states) in India and across the world celebrate the Nav Varsh in their own unique way, following customs and traditions that are exclusive to that particular region. It is celebrated differently in different parts of the country.

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Importance of Mandirs by Rushin Thacker & Parth Patel

In our endeavour to attain eternal happiness, we have ended up equipping our lives with amenities, making life easier, more comfortable and enjoyable. However, have we really changed ourselves? Cavemen fought with their sticks and stones; modern man fights with weapons and bombs. Despite higher means of enjoyment, eternal happiness remains an elusive dream for most of us.

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Importance of Meditation, by Kailash Dave

Meditation has been around for thousands of years. Early meditation was meant to help deepen understanding of the sacred and mystical forces of life. These days, meditation is most often used to relax and lower stress. Meditation is very useful practice which should be part of our daily routine.

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Janmashtami, by Eti Bindal

Krishna Janmashtami also known simply as Krishnashtami, Janmashtami, or Gokulashtami is one of such festivals celebrated to commemorate the birth of Sri Krishna. Hindus celebrate the day displaying immense joy of devotion and love to their beloved Krishna and his mate Radha.

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Concepts of Sanatan Dharm, by Sandeep Khanna

The following concepts are explained in this blog. What Sanatana Dharma is, denominations of Sanatana Dharma, beliefs and practices, sacred scriptures of Sanatana Dharma, moksha-the ultimate aim of life, karma, the four purusharthas, yoga etc