Log on, perform prayers online! - Andhravilas - Telugu cinema news | Telugu cinema | Telugu Movies | Telugu cinema reviews | telugu movie reviews | Tollywood | Telugu Movies Gossips | Telugu Movie schedules | Telugu Cinema | Telugu Movies | India News | World News | Bollywood | Telugu Movie Songs | Gossips







andhravilas.com
   Home   |   Gallery     |  Movie Schedules   |  Bollywood   |  Kollywood   |  Tamil Movies Gallery   |   Videos    |  Gifts to India
Bollywood Movie Reviews News 2013 Calendar Politics National Business Sports AP News Wallpapers
 
Andhravilas.com  |  Andhravilas.com  |  Andhravilas.com  |  Andhravilas.com  |  Andhravilas.com  |  Andhravilas.com  |  Andhravilas.com
News Andhravilas.com
Andhra Pradesh News
National News
International News
Politics News
Business News
Sports News
Health News
Education News
Art-Culture News
Science-Tech News
Religion News
Diaspora News
Online Insurance
Visitors(USA)
Visitors(Outside USA)
New Immigrants
Students
Non-US Residents
Individual Medical
Our Sites
Omsainath.org


Back to News Page

Share/Save/Bookmark

Log on, perform prayers online!

Shimla, March 18 - Two prominent Hindu shrines in Himachal Pradesh will offer online prayers and other services to devotees from this week.

From this Chaitra Navratri festival, beginning March 23, the Chamunda Devi and Brajeshwari Devi temples in Kangra district would be available with just a click of a mouse, Deputy Commissioner R.S. Gupta told IANS.

He said the devotees could participate in the daily 'arti' - both in the morning and evening - and could offer online offerings.

Two other prominent Hindus shrines - Naina Devi and Jwalaji - have already gone online.

"The Brajeshwari Devi temple site will not only offer pooja but devotees can also book accommodation and get information on forthcoming events and festivals," said Pawan Badyal, a temple official.

He said during Chaitra Navratri festival over 50,000 devotees are expected to reach the temple every day. The festival will conclude April 2.

The hill state, also known as 'land of gods', has 28 prominent Hindu temples.

The popular shrines are Chintpurni in Una district, Baba Balak Nath in Hamirpur district and Bhimakali and Hateshwari in Shimla district.



-IANS


More News....
Page 1 of 8 Next


- Do not believe TRS
- Delhi celebrates Easter Sunday with fervour
- Easter celebrated in Meghalaya
- President greets nation on Easter
- Kerala Christians celebrate Easter Sunday
- PM greets people on Easter
- Good Friday observed in Kerala churches
- Good Friday observed with fasting and prayers
- Hindus celebrate New Year in Kerala
- Tamils celebrate New Year
- Kerala churches crowded on Palm Sunday
- A holy week for Kerala's Christians to begin Sunday
- Devotees in Delhi celebrate Ram Navami
- President, PM greet people on Ram Navami
- Kerala Catholics overjoyed over sainthood for two religious leaders
- Devotees throng Himachal temples as Navratri starts
- Kailash Mansarovar yatra to begin June 8
- President greets nation on new year festivals
- Embrace compassion, inner peace: Dalai Lama
- PM greets nation on Parsi new year
- Bengal celebrates Holi
- Lakhs converge at Anandpur Sahib for Hola Mohalla
- Odisha celebrates Holi with fervour
- Maharashtra celebrates Holi
- Delhi celebrates Holi with gaiety




Page 1 of 8 Next


Telugu Movies Photo Gallery
Aagadu Movie Latest Wallpapers
Boochamma Boochodu Press Meet
Bullet Rani Movie Stills
Hansika
Lakshmi Rai
Regina Stills
Sri Nilayam Trailer Launch
Neha Deshpande
Sri Nilayam Trailer Launch
Santhosham Awards 1
Tamil Movies Photo Gallery
Nila Nagar Movie Stills
Oru Pakka Kadhai Launch
Thiruttu VCD Movie Press Meet
Thiruttu VCD Movie Stills
Aranmanai Movie Stills
Hansika
Lakshmi Rai
Regina Stills
Aadama Jaichomada Audio Launch
Aranmanai Audio Launch
Yuddanapudi Telugu Serials
Priaysakhi
Secretary
Pelli Pillalu Jeevitham
Premasimhasanam
Jeevana Satyalu




Andhravilas
Site Designed & Developed by www.Suryapet.org |ęCopyrights reserved Suryapet.org.