Pradosh Vrata । World Laughter Day | Hamro Patro

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Pradosh Vrata । World Laughter Day

Pradosh Vrat
Triodashi is called Pradosh. Like Ekadashi, Pradosh is important every month, Vishnu is remembered in Ekadashi and Shiva is remembered in Pradosh. Pradosh begins 45 minutes before sunset and ends 45 minutes after sunset.

Pradosha Katha
It is mentioned in the scriptures that Lord Shiva cured the disease of the moon on the day of Triodashi when the effect of the moon was diminishing.
Due to this, Pradosh Vrat is observed in Triodashi every month in remembrance of Lord Shiva. It is more fruitful to worship Shiva in the time of pradosh.

World day of laughter
World Laughter Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of May every year. This day was first celebrated in 1998 by Dr. Madan Kataria, the founder of the Laughter Yoga movement. This day aims to promote happiness and world peace through laughter.

Importance of laughter:
Laughter has been shown to have many health benefits, including reducing stress, improving mood, boosting the immune system, and even relieving pain. Laughter Yoga is a form of yoga that combines deep breathing and laughter exercises to help people feel happier and more relaxed.
Events and activities on World Laughter Day:

On World Laughter Day, people around the world come together to participate in laughter yoga sessions, comedy shows, and other events that promote laughter and happiness. The day is a reminder that laughter is a universal language that can bring people together and promote peace and harmony in the world. It is believed that laughter has healing power and can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. On this day, people organize laughter clubs, comedy shows, and other events to promote laughter and humor. It is also a day to remind people that laughter is an essential part of life and should be enjoyed every day. Many organizations and individuals also use this day to raise awareness about the benefits of laughter and its role in promoting mental and physical health.

Let's find every reason to make ourselves happy and laugh.

-Suyog Dhakal

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