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Hindu Calendar November 2009 – Desktop Wallpaper Bhagavad Gita

This is a Desktop Wallpaper Hindu Calendar for November 2009 with some of the important festivals and auspicious days in 2009 November. The festival and fasting dates are based on Indian Standard Time. The theme of the wallpaper is Gita Jayanti – it is observed in November 2009.Click on the image for a larger view. Right click on the image and use the save as option.You may also like to readImportant Festivals and Auspicious days in November 2009

Kartik Purnima 2017 date – Kartik Poornima in 2017

Kartik Purnima is full moon day the Kartik month in a traditional Hindu calendar. Kartik Purnima 2017 date is November 4. This is a highly auspicious day and numerous rituals and pujas are held on the Poornima day. The most important event includes the conclusion of the Kartik Snan – Holy dip in GangaRiver. Thousands of people also converge at the PushkarLake in Rajasthan to take part in a holy bath on Kartik Poornima day.

Tulsi Vivah, or Tulsi Puja, which commenced on Kartik Shukla Paksha Ekadasi concludes on Kartik Purnima day. The month-long rituals held at the PuriJagannathTemple also conclude on the day.

Kartik Purnima is observed as Dev Diwali. It is the Diwali of the Gods and also concludes fortnight of Diwali celebrations for many Hindu communities.

It is believed that Lord Shiva killed demon Tripurasura on the day and helped the demi-gods and saints. Therefore the day is also known as Tripura Purnima.

A Kartik Purnima Mela is held on the banks of GangaRiver at Garh Mukteshw…

Dada J.P. Vaswani Thoughts

Never do anything which you would not wish to do during the last hour of your life.O foolish one, do not thank God for loving you: He cannot do otherwise. Thank Him for having ignited in your heart love for Him. Let it grow, from more to more, until it burns away all self, only God remains.The test of a man is how much he can bear and how much he can share and how soon he confesses a mistake and makes amends for it.Dada J.P. Vaswani