Thursday, 18 August 2016

Happy goverdhan images, pictures 2016 - Diwali

India is a country which has a wide range of festivals belong different God. And Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of Hindu which is celebrated not only in India but worldwide. We all know that this festival belongs to the worship of Lord Ganesha and Laxmi which is performed in the evening. And after that people decorate their house with candles, earthen lamp and artificial lightnings. With the changing of time, the method of wishing Diwali has also changed gradually like Happy diwali whatsapp status. For instance, if it’s looked in the past we were used to wish by gifting fruits, gifts, dry-fruits etc. and even we spare special time to make meetings with our relatives, friends etc. in order to deliver our wishes.

Happy goverdhan images
But now the time has changed, we have become the part of fast-paced life. We don’t have enough time to make sure if we are going to meet and wish this Diwali or not? And this thing affect the way of wishing Diwali too.  

Goverdhan wishing photos 2016

animated krishna pics

The fourth day of Diwali festivities is "Padwa" or 'Varshapratipada'. In the North India, it is called as Govardhan Puja. This pooja is performed with incredible energy and excitement and in the conditions of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. In this pooja, there is a convention of building cow compost hillocks, which symbolize the Mount Govardhan, the mountain which was once lifted by Lord Krishna. In the wake of making such hillocks individuals beautify them with blossoms and after that love them. They move around all round the dairy animals manure hillocks and offer supplications to Lord Govardhan. Perused on this article to investigate more about the Govardhan Puja.

krishna with govardhan mountain pics

krishna with govardhan mountain
"Govardhan" is a little hillock arranged at 'Braj', close Mathura. The legends in 'Vishnu Puraan' have it that the general population of Gokul used to love and offer supplication to Lord Indra for the downpours since they trusted that it was he who sent downpours for their welfare yet Lord Krishna let them know that it was Mount (Govardhan Paevat) and not Lord Indra who created rains accordingly they ought to adore the previous and not the last mentioned. Individuals did likewise and it made Lord Indra so enraged that the general population of Gokul needed to confront overwhelming downpours as an aftereffect of his annoyance. At that point Lord Krishna approached to guarantee their security and subsequent to performing love and offering petitions to Mount Govardhan lifted it as an umbrella on the little finger of his right hand so that everybody could take cover under it. After this occasion Lord Krishna was otherwise called Giridhari or Govardhandhari.

Govardhan Pooja Celebration images

Govardhan food

Anna-Koot --The fourth day of diwali festivities is additionally seen as Anna-Koot, which truly signifies 'heap of sustenance'. On this promising day the general population get ready fifty-six or one hundred and eight distinct assortments of heavenly dishes to offer Lord Krishna as 'Bhog'. In the sanctuaries, particularly in Mathura and Nathdwara, the gods are given milk shower, wearing new sparkling clothing types and beautified with adornments of astonishing jewels, pearls, rubies and different valuable stones and metals. At that point they are venerated, offered supplications and bhajans furthermore offered tasty desserts, foods grown from the ground that are ceremoniously brought up in the type of a mountain before the icons.
Anna Koot

The fourth day of diwali festivities or the day taking after the "Amavasya" is 'Kartik Shuddh Padwa', which is additionally the day when the King Bali would leave the 'Patal Lok', the under area and guideline the 'Bhoo Lok', the world according to the aid given to him by 'Batu Waman', Lord Vishnu. Along these lines this day is otherwise called 'Bali Padyami'. "Padwa" or "Varshapratipada" additionally denote the crowning ritual of King Vikramaditya as 'Vikaram-Samvat' was begun from this Padwa day.

4th day of diwali govardhan puja 

Gadgets have entered in our life deeply and we can live without them. Can you imagine your whole day without having a mobile or laptop? Though they have affected our lives a lot but we can’t ignore how they are important to bridge the gap.
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It does not matter whether you belong to renowned place or the remotest part of the world, gadgets can cover a lot of distance. And when it comes to wish Diwali to the person closed to your heart, be it girlfriend, friend, best friend, relative or parents, you just need to click a button and thousands of new-age methods like Facebook, whatAp, Instagram, Gmail etc., are available to send your emotions with in no time. And it’s up to you, which one you wish to choose as per your convenience and taste.

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