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Chakra therapy
Human body is made up of seven chakras. These chakras connect the entire body with the vital organs. They ensure smooth functioning of the body. They are responsible for well-being of a person which is overall wellness of mind, body and emotions. These chakras stimulate proper energy flow throughout the body. The seven chakras are:
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Gudi Padwa Festival
In the state of Maharashtra, Gudi Padwa is one of the most celebrated festivals. It is also known as Padva or Parva. For the Marathi and Konkani Hindus this day marks the new year as per the luni-solar calendar. It falls on the first day of the Chaitra Month (March-April). Ideally the day welcomes the new month and the spring that is associated with agriculture. The main highlights of the festival are Gudhi, Rangoli preparations and cultural processions. The festival has various names as per the culture like its known as Gudi Padwa in Marathi, Yugadi in Kannada and Ugadi in Telgu. The local hindus in the Konkan region of Maharashtra call this festival as Samsara Paadavo. The Sindhi community celebrates this festival as Cheti Chand as on this day Lord Jhulelal or the Esht Dev of the community had appeared. This year Gudi Padwa will be celebrated on 25th march, 2020.
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Lohri, Makar Sankranti, and Pongal are all harvest festivals that are celebrated between 12-15 January. Though the way they are celebrated and the story behind them may differ, they serve a common purpose –of rejoicing in the harvest of the season and thanking almighty for his blessings and asking for a prosperous financial year ahead. They are just different names of a festival. Well, in a country like India, where cultural diversity units the nation, these festivals are an example of how we Indians can turn a harvest season into a festive environment throughout our country. These festivals also signify Indian values of thanking nature for everything that it has bestowed upon us. Offering nature the products we obtain from its services before we consume them ourselves is a reflection of our respect towards our resources. The festivity and positivity that these festivals shower at the very beginning of the year is stunning and exquisite.
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Chota Char Dham –Kedarnath
Chota Charm Dham is one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage circuits. Charm Dham yatra is completed by visiting four sites that include Gangotri, Yamnotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. These four sites are located in the Garhwal region of the Uttrakhand state. The Char Dham yatra is not open for devotees all around the year as the sites are located in the Himalayan region the weather reaches extreme points, hence the yatra resumes on Akha Teej and ends on Bhai dooj two days after Diwali. there are heavy chances of heavy rainfall during late July or August. Thus the best time for the pilgrimage is from mid-may to July.
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