LORD GANESHA GAYATRI MANTRA
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  • Om lambodaraya vidmahe, mahodaraya dhimahi,
  • Tano danti prachodayat. |
  • Om mahakarnay vidmahe, vakratundaya dhimahi,
  • Tano danti prachodayat. |
  • Om ekadantaya vidmahe, vakratundaya dhimahi,
  • Tano danti prachodayat. |
  • Om tathapurusaya vidmahe, vakratundaya dhimahi,
  • Tano danti prachodayat. |
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information about all festivals, occasion and pilgrimage, festival greetings, occasion greetings

Each Day is Dedicated to one Supreme Deity

All Gods

In Hindu mythology, each day of a week has been dedicated to one deity or God, and at amewoo.com, we have detailed information about the mythological reasons and the history behind the ritual of worshipping specific gods on specific days of a week. For example, Monday is a day which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Tuesday is the day that people worship Lord Hanuman, and on every Wednesdays of a week, people worship Lord Ganesha and the list goes on like this for the other days of the week as well.

All Gods

All Gods and Goddess

The Role of God in our lives is very crucial and God plays multiple roles in our lives. It is completely up to the individual and his/her perception of God. God can be your best friend, savior or teacher. It all depends upon how you want Him to be there in your life. God offers direction to our lives and plays the role of a guide that offers light towards the right path. We should remember God in our daily prayers and it will provide the necessary motivation which will empower us to realize the purpose of our lives.


Pilgrimages in India

Pilgrimage stays on top of the list of priorities for the elders in our families. There are so many pilgrimage places available in India and people from various parts of the country visit such places to offer their respect and fulfill their religious beliefs. If you want to wish somebody who is on a pilgrimage journey, you can very well use the Pilgrimage Card Templates available on our website. Go ahead, download them and customize them as per your design need. All Pilgrimages

All Festivals

Festivals play a significant role in our day to day lives. We worship different Gods and accordingly there are different festivals that we celebrate to mark the occasion. Festivals provide us with an opportunity to spend quality time with our family, friends and relatives. There are so many rituals attached to the festivals and this makes the entire concept of celebration of festivals even more colorful & exciting.

14 January
Important things about Makar Sankranti that you should know

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28 January
Thaipusam-Learn about the Tradition and Why it is Celebrated

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12 February
Medaram Sammakka Sarakka Jatara

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16 February
Why Do People Worship Goddess Saraswati on Basant Panchami

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19 February
Why do we call Surya Jayanthi as Ratha Saptami and story

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11 March
Shivratri: Story of bum bum bole and Neelakanta mahadev

Maha Shivratri: 11th March 2021 Maha Shivratri, if you translate it, means ‘Great night of Lord Shiva’, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals…


All Occasions

We love to celebrate different occasions in our lives, be it our birthdays, Independence Day, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanti, etc. Such occasions make us realize the importance of such historic events and it makes us value our rich tradition and culture even more. Celebrating such occasions in our lives gives us an opportunity to be together and celebrating such occasions with our nearer and dearer ones, gives us a sense of unity.

25 December
Christmas: Why we are Celebrated on the 25th December

Christmas: 25th December Every Year The Lord Jehovah loved the world so much and he sent his only son Jesus to the world to save…

1 January
New year History-Greetings-Messages-Wishes-Quotes

New Year Celebrated on 1st January Every Year Here are some keen new year messages, wishes, quotes that you can send on the New Year's…

23 January
Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti: A Tribute to the Greatest Ever

Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti: 23rd January 2021 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23rd January in the year 1897 (Subhash chandra bose jayanti). He…

26 January
Republic Day  History and Latest Updates

Republic Day: 26th January Every Year The Constitution of India came into existence on 26th January 1950 with the replacement of the Government of India…

30 January
Gandhi Punyatithi - Why Nathuram Godse killed Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi Punyatithi Held on 30th January of Every Year The day on which Mahatma Gandhi died is also celebrated as the “Shaheed Diwas” or…

4 February
World Cancer Day Theme and Motto

World Cancer Day Celebrated on 4th February Every Year This day was founded by UICC (Union for International Cancer Control) with a goal to reduce…


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