Aaso Sud 1, Tuesday 13 October 2015

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Today | Navratri | Navratri starts on Aso Sud Padvo. It lasts for 9 days which are meant for the worship of Shaktimaa (Parvati Devi). Tried of the harassment from Demon Mahishasoor, the Devtas requested Bhrahma, Vishnu and Shivji (Tridevs) to help them. Shaktimaa was born out of the anger of the Tridevs and fought with the demon for 9 days continuously | Read more

22/10/2015 | Vijya Dashmi | This is the day when Lord Rama conquered the evil King of Lanka - Ravana. This day is celebrated by burning the effigy of Ravana and re-enacting the event. Also on this day, after 12 years of exile and one year of hiding, the five Pandavas, Yudhishtir, Bhima, Arjun, Nakula and Sahadev picked up their | Read more

24/10/2015 | Pashamkusha Ekadashi | Asho sudi Ekadashi is called Pashankush Ekadashi. Padmanabh and their wife Padmavati are prayed. Leaves of Shamdi and offerings of Harisho and charity of Ghee and laddoos made from rice flour mixed with saakar (big pieces of sugar) are given.

26/10/2015 | Sharad Poonam | On this day, when the moon is at its brightest in the year, Lord Swaminarayan regularly played Raas (traditional folk dance) with other Satsangi's. The kirtan 'Juo Juo Sahelio Aaj Rasio Raas Rame...' depicts one such amazing occasion in Panchala, when Bhagwan Swaminarayan assumed multiple forms and played raas with all the | Read more

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21/09/2015 | Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff - Patotsav Celebrations
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff will be celebrated their 33rd Patotsav celebrations from Monday 21st September to Sunday 27th September 2015. Maha Abhishek of Ghanshyam Maharaj was performed on Tuesday 22nd September 2015. Watch Playback | View images : Day 1 : Raas Utsav : Ladies Night : Jal Yatra & Entertainment Evening : Bhajan Night : Cultural Evening : Last Day : Pictures »


05/09/2015 | Shree Krishna Janmastmi
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Shree Krishna Janmastmi on Saturday 5th September 2015 Read more | Pictures »


31/07/2015 | Guru Poornima
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Kalupur, Ahmedabad celebrated Guru Poornima on Friday 31st July 2015 Read more | Pictures »


28/03/2015 | Ramnavmi & Swaminarayan Jayanti
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Ram Navmi and Swaminarayan Jayanti on Saturday 28th March 2015 Read more | Pictures »


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Shikshapatri Shlock 81

Shri Vitthalnathji, son of Shri Vallabhacharya, a king among the Vaishanavas, has given decisions regarding all Vratas and festivals.

અને સર્વ વૈષ્‍ણવના રાજા એવા જે શ્રીવલ્‍લભાચાર્ય તેના પુત્ર જે શ્રી વિઠ્ઠલનાથજી તે વ્રત અને ઉત્‍સવના નિર્ણયને કરતા હતા.

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