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Taare Maare Prit Chhe Gori Gujarati Movie

Taare Maare Prit Chhe Gori Gujarati Movie

Taare Maare Prit Chhe Gori Gujarati Movie

Taare Maare Prit Chhe Gori Gujarati Movie

Cast : Hiten Kumar Mehta, Chandan Rathore, Meenakshi, Priyanka, Firoz Irani, Devendra Pandit, Jeetu Pandya, Suresh M Thakkar, Moti Solanki, Bharat Bariya, Disha Patel, Niranjan Pandya, Meena Mistry, Indu Variya, Tryambak Joshi, Usha Shah, D D Patel More →

Mane Koi Roko Maa Gujarati Natak

Mane Koi Roko Maa Gujarati Natak

Mane Koi Roko Maa Gujarati Natak

Mane Koi Roko Maa Gujarati Natak

Synopsis: The play revolves around the couple named Anand (Ashish Bhatt) and Shobha (Manisha Purohit) who are married for 14 years but not a single day in their lives has passed without quarrelling. Although the couple had a love marriage, fights ensued between them on the very first day of their wedding reception. More →

Ninth Day of Navratri : Mata Siddhidatri

Ninth Day of Navratri : Mata Siddhidatri

Ninth Day of Navratri : Mata Siddhidatri

Ninth Day of Navratri : Mata Siddhidatri

Ninth Day of Navratri : Mata Siddhidatri

Mata Siddhidatri is the ninth avatar of Goddess Durga and is worshipped on the ninth and the last day of navratri. Devi resides on the flower lotus and is worshipped by all the yogis, gyanis, rishi-muni’s and sadhaks. Devi consists if all the eight siddhis namely Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakamya, Lishitva and Vashitva which is according to the “Markandeye Puran” and therefore she is known as “Siddhidatri”. More →

Eighth Day of Navratri : Mata Maha Gauri

Eighth Day of Navratri : Mata Maha Gauri

Eighth Day of Navratri : Mata Maha Gauri

Eighth Day of Navratri : Mata Maha Gauri

Eighth Day of Navratri : Mata Maha Gauri

The eighth avatar of Goddess Durga is Maha Gauri and is worshipped on the eighth day of Navratri. Maha Gauri is as white as snow and beautiful and she is loaded white colour ornaments and mostly seen in white or green sari. She is the symbol of calmness and represents wisdom. She has 3 eyes and four hands; wherein in one hand Mata holds Trishu, in other other hand Mata holds Damru and rest two hands are in particular Mudra offering blessings to the devotees. She rides on a bull. Mata Gauri turns impossible things into possibilities. In Durga Saptsati, the Devi who conquered Shubh-Nishubh named Rakshasha and the Rishi-Muni offered prayer is Mata Maha Gauri. Devi Gauri is Lord Shiva’s wife and is also known as “Shiva” or “Shambhavi”. More →

Seventh Day of Navratri : Mata Kalratri

Seventh Day of Navratri : Mata Kalratri

Seventh Day of Navratri : Mata Kalratri

Seventh Day of Navratri : Mata Kalratri

Seventh Day of Navratri : Mata Kalratri

Mata Kalratri is the seventh avatar of Goddess Durga and is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri. Mata Kalratri is as dark as black night so she is known as Mata Kalratri. Mata always leaves her hair open and has 3 eyes which are as round and big like Universe and four hands; wherein she holds different sharp objects and the rest of the two hands are in a particular mudra offering blessing and protecting her worshippers. Mata rides on a donkey. She always keep blessing her worshipper and protects them so she is known as “Shubhamkari” as well. More →

Sixth Day of Navratri : Mata Katyayani

Sixth Day of Navratri : Mata Katyayani

Sixth Day of Navratri : Mata Katyayani

Sixth Day of Navratri : Mata Katyayani

Sixth Day of Navratri : Mata Katyayani

Mata Katyayani is the sixth avatar of Goddess Durga and is worshipped by the people on the sixth day of the Navratri. Mata Katyayani is considered to be the prime Goddess of the Vraj Mandal. Rishni Katyayan had observed severe penance and the Mata took birth as a daughter to the Rishi and that’s the reason Mata is known as Katyayani. More →

Fifth Day of Navratri : Devi Skandmata

Fifth Day of Navratri : Devi Skandmata

Fifth Day of Navratri : Devi Skandmata

Fifth Day of Navratri : Devi Skandmata

Fifth Day of Navratri : Devi Skandmata

Devi Skandmata is the fifth avatar of Goddess Durga and she is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri. Skanda is the son of Devi Skandmata who is the chief warrior of the Gods army. The goddess represents her son Skandaa who is sitting in Goddess’s lap. The vehicle of the mata is lion and she is considered as the devi of fire. More →