The 4th day of the 5-days-long Diwali festival is Govardhan Puja.
A little lamp and a lot sesame oil keeps death away and hell far-away.
Yoga is to Patanjali what Ayurveda is to Dhanvantari.
Mothers observe fast, a kind of Yoga, to have and pray for the well-being of their children.
Nine new nights of Godesses, Dandiya dance, Durga Puja, Ramlila, and Dussehra - vanquish over evils.
Lord Hanuman, born this day can be considered as the Lord of Bhakti (Devotion) Yoga.
Ram Navami is a festival celebrating birth of Lord Rama.
Visualisation of the 16th invisible phase of Moon during once-a-year night.
Ramayana, the story of Rama told through a set of nine postal stamps of India Posts and aided by cartoons.
Diwali is the most important festival in a year and represents the victory of light over darkness, true over false, and salvation over mortality.