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Maha Shivratri is a Hindu festival of immense spiritual significance. Unlike most another Hindu festival this day is celebrated during the night by observing silence, being in an introspective mode and meditating.
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Shakambari Navaratri begins on Pausha Ashtami to Pausha Poornima. Pausha is the third-month post-Deepawali festival, a winter season, and hence connected with wellness and well-being through nourishment.
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Shree Dattatreya is the incarnation of Lord Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva in one single form. Being three-headed, is creative, preserving and annihilating. Dattatreya Jayanti is celebrated on Poornima of Margashirsha month of lunar Hindu Calendar.
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World Diabetes Day was coined together by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) in 2006, and since then, it has been celebrated every year on November 14th.
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Thrayodashi, known as Dhan Teras, Dhanvantari Day or Dhanya Thrayodashi. They all have different significance. Dhanteras is the day on which lord Dhanvatri appeared during Samudra Manthan with the knowledge of Ayurveda and nectar.
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Cancer is queer mix of psycho-physiological degeneration. The subtle body field of our emotional repertoire, drama & blockages is the main place where illnesses are generated due to blockages in the energy level.
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Mental health is used to denote imbalances or diseases related to mind. Ideally, Mental Health refers to a broad array of activities directly or indirectly related to the mental well-being component included in the WHO's definition of health: "A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease".
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How the concept of Emotional Quotient is catching on in the teaching profession and why it is important.
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