RELIGIOUS AWAAZ

PM releases digitally restored recordings of epic ‘Ramcharitmanas’

AMN / Prime Minister Narendra Modi today released digital recordings of epic Ramcharitmanas, produced by All India Radio. It is part of AIR’s attempts to go digital in a big way so that the public broadcaster can reach audiences globally. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Modi said the digital compilation of Ramcharitmanas by AIR is an … Continue reading PM releases digitally restored recordings of epic ‘Ramcharitmanas’

Sinhastha Kumbha Mela begins in Nashik

3 Prominent Akharas attached to 3 Vaishav sects participating in the Sinhastha Kumbha Mela held the traditional dhwajarohan or the religious hoisting of flag ceremony at Sadhugram in Nashik today. The ceremony at Nashik was held in the presence of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and BJP National President Amit Shah. Ahead of the ceremony … Continue reading Sinhastha Kumbha Mela begins in Nashik

Amaranth yartra suspended for 3rd consecutive day today

The ongoing Amaranth yartra from Jammu is suspended for the 3rd consecutive day today. Police Control Room official in Jammu said that the Jammu Srinagar National Highway is closed or vehicular traffic. Due to this reason the Yatra from Jammu has been suspended on the 3rd consecutive day today. He said that after the highway … Continue reading Amaranth yartra suspended for 3rd consecutive day today

15 lakh devotees throng Puri to witness Ratha Yatra

More than 15 lakh of devotees thronged Puri to catch the glimpse of deities re-embodied after 19 years on chariots on the occasion of Nabakalebar Rath Yatra. Three majestically decorated chariots carrying idols of deities – Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra were towed from Puri temple along the three kilometer stretch of Grand … Continue reading 15 lakh devotees throng Puri to witness Ratha Yatra

History of Kumbh Mela in Nashik

AMN / The religious city of Nashik in maharashtra  is all set to welcome more than one crore pilgrims on the three auspicious days of the Kumbh Mela when the ‘shahi snaan’ takes place. All preparations are now at a finale stage as official Flag hoisting of the Kumbhamela is scheduled for Tuesday. Nashik is … Continue reading History of Kumbh Mela in Nashik

Nashik ready to welcome one crore pilgrims on Kumbh Mela

A Akhter  / The religious city of Nashik in maharashtra  is all set to welcome more than one crore pilgrims on the three auspicious days of the Kumbh Mela when the ‘shahi snaan’ takes place. All preparations are now at a finale stage as official Flag hoisting of the Kumbhamela is scheduled for Tuesday. Nashik … Continue reading Nashik ready to welcome one crore pilgrims on Kumbh Mela

15,000 pilgrims visit Amarnath shrine so far

SRINAGAR (AMN) The eighth batch comprising 1,770 pilgrims today left from the base camp in Jammu to the holy cave shrine of Amarnath in South Kashmir Himalayas amid tight security. With today’s batch,over 15,600 pilgrims have so far left from Jammu base camp for Amarnath shrine. Police sources said, in the latest batch the pilgrims … Continue reading 15,000 pilgrims visit Amarnath shrine so far

Punjab celebrates 350th year of foundation of Sri Anandpur Sahib

Punjab is celebrating the 350th years of foundation of Sri Anandpur Sahib, today. The holy city, which is also the birth place of Khalsa, was founded by the Ninth Guru Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji in 1665. To commemorate the occasion whole town has been painted white. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP President Amit … Continue reading Punjab celebrates 350th year of foundation of Sri Anandpur Sahib

Pope Francis blames human selfishness for global warming

Pope Francis has blamed human selfishness for global warming in his long awaited encyclical calling for action on climate change. In the letter, he urges rich to change their lifestyles to avert the destruction of ecosystem. Environmentalists hope the message will spur on nations ahead of the UN Climate Conference in Paris in December.

Char Dham Yatra to begin

The annual Char Dham Yatra will partly begin tomorrow with the opening of the gates of Gangotri and Yamunotri shrines on the auspicious occasion of “AkshayaTritiya”. The gates of the other two shrines, Kedarnath and Badrinath will be opened 24 and 26 of this month. To attract more people to the annual pilgrimage this year … Continue reading Char Dham Yatra to begin

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