Holi or Fagu festival is being celebrated by smearing Abeer (red vermilion powder) and throwing colour and water-filled balloons at each other. An important festival of the Nepalese people, Holi begins on the eighth day of the new moon and ends with the burning of the “Cheer’, which was installed earlier, on the full moon…

The Story of Ganga The source of Ganga is at Gaumukh (the shape of the ice formation is like a cow’s mouth), where the mighty river emerges from the depths of Gangotri glacier. The Gangotri glacier is situated at the height of4255 m above sea level and is approx 24 km in length and 7-8…

The faithful thronged temples to offer prayers and observed dawn-to-dusk fast as Mahashivratri was today celebrated across the country with religious fervour. Lakhs of devotees took a holy dip in the river Ganga in Haridwar and performed puja on the occasion. Long queues of pilgrims were seen outside Shiva temples, including Har Ki Pauri and…

Siva and His Titles: Siva and His Titles He is known by many names and titles. As a god of anger, He is Rudra, the Red One, feared by one and all. As Kailasapathi, He is the Lord of Kailash, His Abode in the Himalayas. As Purusha, He is Iswara Himself. As the Lord of…

Mahashivaratri Festival or the ‘The Grand Night of Shiva’, is one of the most lively celebrated festival with devotion and religious fervor every year at our Shree Jabreshwar Mahadev Mandir. When Celebrated: Shivratri falls on the moonless 14th night of the new moon during Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month of Phalgun, which corresponds to…

Haridwar is fastly growing as a business and industrial hub and is now centre of many industries. With the development of IIE (Integrated Industrial Estate) in haridwar the jobs in haridwar have increased. With more number of people coming from other cities , towns and villages are arriving in city of haridwar for carreer and…