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DAY 1 - ShailaputriHer name means "the daughter of the mountains". By offering her pure ghee and by fasting, you will be blessed with a disease-free life. Goddess Shailputri is an absolute form of Mother Nature. She is the embodiment of patience and devotion. She is a Goddess who can make one free as air, adaptive as water, fierce as fire and compassionate and nurturing as the Earth.  DAY 2 - BrahmachariniHer name means "one who practices devout austerity." She enlightens us in the magnificent embodiment of Durga with great powers and divine grace. She blesses you with great emotional strength and you may be able...

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Navratri has been a long-standing tradition for all of us with a great amount of religious value attached to it. We also know that Navratri undeniably is one the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated across the nation with great fervor and enthusiasm. Chaitra Navratri Chaitra navratri is also known as the Vasanta navratri. It usually falls in the month of March or April and marks the first day of the Hindu calendar. It is a grand nine days festival celebrated with great enthusiasm. Unfortunately, due to the current crisis we are all facing, we cannot celebrate Navratri but we can do...

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To our guests, With growing global concerns around COVID-19 (“coronavirus”), I wanted to provide you with an update on our commitment to you moving forward. The health, safety and well-being of our employees and guests is India Sajawat & Puja Hut’s top priority. We are committed to providing a safe shopping experience at our retail store located at 31 Melanie Drive, Unit 5 in Brampton. First and foremost, I want to assure our guests that we are taking all appropriate measures to ensure our store is safe and that we have existing plans and training protocols in place to ensure...

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HOLI HAI! A crowd screams while vibrant colours tease the sky. Holi is a vibrant festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. The celebration marks the spring season and is celebrated with grandeur throughout the country. On the full moon night people throughout the country gather wood and light a bonfire. People make various offerings into the fire praying that all their negativities are removed, and to have a prosperous new start. It is believed that on the full moon day that Vishnu appeared as the form of Narashima (the half man and half lion) to save his devotee...

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THE GREAT NIGHT OF LORD SHIVA The exuberant festival of Maha Shivratri, the great night of Lord Shiva, celebrated with unusual pomp and splendor in the late winter, usually mid-February, before the arrival of spring is just around the corner. Hindus all over the world prepare to celebrate this holy night for yet another year. Maha Shivaratri, also considered as the most powerful and spiritual festival in the Hindu calendar, has many legends surrounding its origin. On this night it is believed that Shiva was awakened from his meditation and performed the dance of creation, preservation, and destruction. For householders,...

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