OHRC Calendar 2018
Organization for Hindu Religion and Culture (OHRC) is very pleased to offer you a new year calendar. We know that calendar helps to keep track of important dates and events, but have you ever stopped to think about what a calendar brings to our religious and cultural faith? This is a unique calendar that provides access to tithis, nepali date (gathe), nakshatra, feast-festival and much more based on Hindu Vedic system. Tithi and Nakshatra play the critical role to determine every kind of auspicious work in Hinduism, which is explained in this calendar. Tithis vary in duration from approximately 19 to 26 hours, per the movement of the moon. Each tithi has a name, a ruling planet, and can be used in muhurta. In Hindu culture, auspicious mahurats are determined based on tithis. In this calendar, nakshatra represents time taken by the moon to move through the zodiac. For example, the moon changes signs (houses) roughly every 2.3 days, taking 28 days to move through the 12 signs of the zodiac. This gives two weeks for waxing (bright-half moon) and two weeks for a waning (dark half-moon).
The attached calendar will guide us to keep track of religious and spiritual events. Please download a copy for you. Calendar dates for sacred times are determined by both solar and lunar computations in Eastern Standard Time (Pennsylvania, U.S.).
Happy New Year.
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Introduction of Bhaktisangalo
Bhakti Sangalo is a program formed by the cohesion of religious and cultural beliefs based on Hinduism. This program aimed to explain cultural, religious and spiritual understanding of Hindu vaidik faith. This program is governed by the Organization for Hindu Religion and Culture (OHRC). OHRC strongly believes that religion is the central element in the life of civilization that propagates the basic value and ethical code to regulate personal and social behavior. On the other hand, culture is the essential means to shape the way we see the world and bring about the change of attitude.
Bhakti Sangalo is divided into two sections; first section explains the source of mental peace, individual suffering and promotes social solidarity by explaining the religious and faith-based understanding of Hindu religion and culture. The aim of this section is to create the spiritual understanding of Hindu vaidik aspects to convert the animal behavior to human behavior and promote welfare and social integration. The second section deals with the Hindu calendar. This section guides us to observe religious and cultural activities such as praying, worshipping, following traditional festivals, rituals, weddings, and other cultural events according to Hindu Vaidik faith.
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