Dasha Namaskar 2021
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Knowledge is the most celebrated riches as per Indian culture. Whoever is endowing us with knowledge is extremely reverential for us. Gurupurnima is the day when one can offer veneration and express the gratefulness towards his/her Guru. Gurupurnima is celebrated on the full moon day of month of Ashadh. An individual is mortal whereas a symbol is eternal. Hence Rashtra Sevika Samiti has recognized Bhagwa Dhwaj (Saffron flag), the symbol of heroic sacrifice and bravery as Guru. Guru inspires us for upliftment and to submit to the lotus feet of our motherland. On Guru Poornima day sevikas offer Guru-Dakshina (tana-mana-dhana se) to BhagwaDwaj.
Raksha Bandhan, also Rakshabandhan,or simply Rakhi, is an annual rite performed in the Indian subcontinent, or by people originating from the Indian subcontinent, and centred around the tying of a thread, talisman, or amulet on the wrist as a form of ritual protection. The protection is offered principally by sisters to brothers, but also by priests to patrons, and sometimes by individuals to real or potential benefactors.
Vijayadashami is celebrated to commemorate the victory of righteousness over immorality, justice over unfairness, divine over evil, truth over apocryphal and renunciation over selfish enjoyment. Celebrated as the culmination of Navratri, this festival inculcates victorious attitude by awakening the inspiring memory of many mythological and historical stories. The message of Vijayadashami is शास्त्रेण रक्षितं राष्ट्रं. Protection of our nation's dignity, modesty, humility and preservation of our dharm and civilization is possible only through the accumulation of strong power. Rashtra Sevika Samiti was established in 1936 on this same auspicious day. This is the festival of making the noble resolve of bringing back our nation’s lost gory back.
Makar Sankranti, also known as Makara Sankrānti (Sanskrit: मकर सङ्क्रान्ति) or Maghi, is a festival day in the Hindu calendar, in reference to deity Surya (sun). It is observed each year in January. It marks the first day of sun's transit into the Makara (Capricorn), marking the end of the month with the winter solstice and the start of longer days.
Ugadi has been important and historic festival of the Hindus, with medieval texts and inscriptions recording major charitable donations to Hindu temples and community centers on this day.The same day is observed as a New Year by Hindus in many other parts of India. For example, it is called Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra, but sometimes observed a Gregorian day earlier because the lunar day starts and ends in Hindu calendar according to the position of the moon. In Karnataka, the festival is celebrated as Yugadi.
Rashtra Sevika Samiti, started in 1936 in Wardha by Va. Lakshmi bai Kelkar (Mousiji), is an All India Women Organisation with a Goal to re-establish the Vibrant Hindu Rashtra through the tool Shakha. Read More...
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