Krishna jhula significance 

Deity Shopping this Janmashtami

Krishna Jhulas or swing are especially important and the silver plated jhula or swing depicts this beauty very beautifully. It is believed the base of jhula is the body and the base where Lord resides is the soul. The four strings that are attached to base depict faith, truth, purity and prayers. The handle on […]

How to Dress Lord LadduGopal according to Colors Daily. 

The joy of dressing, offering, caring and embracing your Lordship- in flow of devotional love is so mystical that eyes glee with life; Lips become speechless, body shines with humbleness and life feels surrounded with an experience- that words fell short to describe its beauty. Lord Laddugopal the baby form of Sri Krishna is most […]

Tulsi Plant significance 


Every herb, fauna and flora gifted to us by mother earth has its own significance and reason behind its existence. The auspicious herb Tulsi or Basil has proved its great importance in Hindu Mythology and scientifically. Tulsi is also called Brinda thus some saints call Vrindavan the ‘Groves of Tulsi’ and as Sri Krishna loves […]

Janmashtami and bond of Jhula Swings! 


As rainy season arrives in Vrindavan mind visualizes dancing peacocks, Swings Jhulas moving on tree branches ,groves covered with floral lush and banks of yamuna hoarded with cattle. This season marks the arrival of the most auspicious festivals long awaited by all hearts Janmashtami and Radhashtami. Streets filled with crowds buying items for festival and […]

Krishna’s Retreat 

Born in closure of this body lives an en amorous power bestowed to us by divine. This power known to us is called ‘Soul’. Srimad Bhagwat Puran teaches us this soul is ‘Sri Krishna’ himself residing within us. We search for Sri Krishna here and there by means of worshiping and trust, but the day […]

New Arrivals of Deity Dresses and Shringaar this Navratri……. 

Jai Mata Di!! @ !!!!!!! New Arrivals of Deity Dresses and Shringaar this Navratri……. For Small and Large Deities like Sri Ram Darbaar, Radha Krishna, Durga Mata, Laxmi Narayanji, Ganeshji, Hanumaanji, Jagannathji etc.

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