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#History_Of_Satyanarayan_Puja

The Satyanarayana Vrata is a Hindu religious observance. Satyanarayan Puja is performed in reverence to the Narayan form of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an existence of truth. This puja is conducted to ensure abundance in ones life. It is a ritual performed by devotees on any important occasion like marriage, house warming ceremony etc. It can also be performed on any day for any reason.

Satyanarayan Puja is first mention in Skanda Purana. The Satyanarayana Puja is usually done on the Purnima day of every month or any day you wish to do it. It is also done on good occasions and during times of achievements as an offering of gratitude to the Lord Vishnu. In addition, it is said that a devotional performance of this puja will bear children to couples trying to start a family.
Sri Satyanarayana puja is an essential ceremony in lot of places in India including Gujarat, Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Satyanarayan Puja originated in Bengal as Satya Pir and it was later adapted into Satyanarayan puja and Bengalis celebrate Satyanarayan Puja before entering into new house.

In Maharashtra, Satyanarayan Puja is not done on Ekadashi. This puja has a special importance for the Chitpavan community of Maharashtra. Almost all Hindus in Andhra Pradesh have strong faith, belief, and devotion towards Satyanarayan, an embodiment of Vishnu. There is a very famous temple for Sri Satyanarayana Swamy at Annavaram, East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh. (near Visakhapatnam ), India. This vratam is performed daily in Annavaram. Large numbers of devotees, many with families, visit the temple, offer prayers, perform this Vrata there, right in the temple.
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#Why_Kumbhakarna_slept_for_6_months?
Kumbhakarna was the younger brother of Ravana. Though he had a gigantic look, it is said that he was intelligent and good by heart. He was also a great warrior, who slept for 6 months and stayed awake for the next 6 months and ate whatever he could find around to suppress his hunger.

Indra was the leader of the devas, was jealous of Kumbhakarna, as he was very intelligent and brave.
So, Indra was waiting for the right time to take revenge over Kumbhakarna. The three brothers Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Vibhishana performed yagna to please the lord Brahma. Brahma was pleased with their prayers, he asked Kumbhakarna what he wanted. All the brothers were happy and then instead of asking for 'IndrAsana' that is the throne of Indra, Kumbhakarna asked for 'Nidrasana' that is a sleeping bed.

When Kumbhakarna said Nidrasana instead of Indrasana, he realised he was dazed by what he had told. By the time he could realise the mistake, Brahma had already said 'asthu', which means the boon is granted. Though he asked Brahma not to consider this wish, Brahma could not undo his grant.
As it was known that Indra was jealous of Kumbhakarna, it is said that Indra himself requested Devi Saraswati to make Kumbhakarna tell 'Nidrasana' instead of 'IndrAsana'.

From then on Kumbhakarna slept for 6 months and stayed awake for the next 6 months and ate whatever he could find around to suppress his hunger.

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CHAITRA SHUKLA PAKSHA PRATIPADA VIKRAM SAMVAT
Happy New Year Vikram Samvat 2074 to you all!!

Vikram Samvat (abbreviated as V.S.) is an era used in India and Nepal, just like the Christian era started in 1 CE. The Vikram Samvat started in 58/57 BCE in southern (purnimanta) and 57/56 BCE in northern (amanta) systems of Hindu calendar. The era is named after Legendary King Vikramaditya.

The Vikram Samvat calendar is 56.7 years ahead (in count) of the solar Gregorian calendar. For example, the year 2073 BS began in 2016 CE and will end in 2017 CE. The new year begins with the first day of month Baishakh, which usually falls in April–May in the Gregorian calendar. The first day of the new year is passionately celebrated in a historical carnival that takes place every year in Bhaktapur, called Bisket Jatra.

The Rana rulers of Nepal made it their official calendar. In India, the reformulated Saka Calendar is officially used, although in the Hindi version of the Preamble of the Constitution of India, the date of adoption of the constitution, 26 November 1949, is presented in Vikram Samvat (Margsheersh Shukla Saptami Samvat 2006).
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#Ugadi means..
New Life
New Hope
New Aspirations
New Beginning
Let's make each day Ugadi!
Happy Ugadi!
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Happy Chaitra Navratri! May Goddess Durga bless you with all her affection.
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Maha Shivaratri means the Great Night of Shiva. It is an annual festival dedicated to the Lord. Unlike most Hindu festivals which are celebrated during the day, the Maha Shivaratri is celebrated at night.
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Happy Makar Sankranti!
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