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Colours Associated to Each Day in Hinduism

Each day of a week in Hinduism has got a colour associated with it. This is closely related to the deity worshipped on each day. White is the colour of Monday or Somvar; Red is the color of Tuesday or Mangalvar; Green is the color on Wednesday of Budhvar; Yellow is on Thursday/Guruvar; light blue on Friday/Shukravar; black on Saturday or Shanivar; Sunday it is orange.
Monday is associated with Shiva and Chandra (the moon god) and the color chosen is white. Other preferred colours are pale shades of blue, green and pink.
Tuesday is associated with Mars. Bright red is the color associated wit the day. Jet Black and bright shades of orange or pink are also worn by some people.
Wednesday is associated with Mercury. Green or Pear Green is the most important hue on the day. Other colors suggested are mild tones of blue, gray and brown.
Thursday is associated with Jupiter. Apart from yellow, the other colors preferred are Orange and golden.
Friday is related to Venus. Light blue and white is pre…

Hinglaj Mata Jayanti

Goddess Hinglaj Ma is an incarnation of Goddess Shakti and she takes her name from the mountain cave Hinglaj at on the Makran coast in the Lyari district of Balochistan in Pakistan. Hinglaj Mata Jayanti is on March 15, 2018. The popular belief is that when Lord Vishnu cut the body of Goddess Sati – to stop Shiva’s lament after Sati’s death – part of her head fell at Hinglaj or Hingula. Thus this is one among the 51 Shaktipeeths.

It is believed that Hinglaj Mata made her appearance during the 13th day of the Krishna Paksha of Chaitra Month as per traditional calendar followed in North India.

The spot is of great importance to Goddess Shakti worshipers.

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa – A Simple Thought

Once a sage was lying by the roadside deeply immerged in Samadhi. A thief, while passing by that way, saw him and thought: ‘This fellow here must be a thief. He must have broken into some houses last night and is now sleeping through exhaustion. The police will be very soon here to catch him. So let me escape in time.’ Thus cogitating, he ran away.Soon after, a drunkard came there, and seeing the sage, said, ‘Hallo! you have fallen into the ditch by drinking too much. Eh! I am steadier than yourself and am not going to tumble down.’Last of all there came a sage, and realizing that a great saint was lying in the state of Samadhi, sat down by his side and began to press his holy feet gently. - Our worldly tendencies prevent us from recognizing true holiness and piety.Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa