Shat Tila Ekadashi (षटतिला एकादशी) is observed on the 11th day of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of moon) during the month of ‘Magh’ in the Hindi calendar. By observing a fast on this day; devotees can end
Mokshada Ekadashi also celebrated as ‘Gita Jayanti’ falls on the eleventh day of Shukla Paksha in the month of ‘Margashira.’ As the name reveals, Mokshada Ekadashi helps to achieve salvation or ‘Moksha’ from the
Parsva Ekadashi is observed on the ekadashi (11th day) of the Krishna Paksha (waxing phase) of the moon in Bhadrapada Month. Parsava Ekadashi happens during the Chaturmas period and hence is considered auspicious. It is believed
“VedicGyan”, for long has been accepted as “Knowledge of Four Hindu Vedas in its Purest Form”; actually, it is much beyond this.
Mr. Akash Deep Sharma - [Grandson of Famous & Reknown astrologer Pt. Jyotishi Buddhram Sharma Vatsa, - Chandni Chowk, Delhi] who is an Experienced Astrologer and skilled IT Professional (Director, AxtersHub Pvt. Ltd.) for more than 26 years, has been challenging the limits, changed the way of acumen of mass and mentions it as “Power of Nakshatras, Strongly Supported by Science”. Contributing as faculty at "Indian Council of Astrological Sciences (ICAS)”, Akash's motive is to reach out to people, bring everyone together and spread awareness about Hindu culture, its rich tradition with a scientific outlook. VedicGyan is Hindu Mythology and can also be found in wide range of translated popular texts, such as the Panchtantra and Hitopadesha. They include stories and logical answers to many questions including, how and why cosmos originated (Hindu Cosmology, Cosmogony); how and why life forms originated (Anthropogony); how God originated (theogony) etc. This is his one of the small efforts from him to get connected with individuals and bring the community together.