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  • Reason why Hindus worship Lord Ganesha before performing any ritual

    With the majestic powers to remove obstacles in the way of good deeds, Lord Ganesha is the most important deity to be worshiped in the Hindu Pantheon. Also known as Vighnaharta his elephant head signifies utmost wisdom. Worshiping Lord Ganesha before the commencement of any good work is another impact of his divine powers. This is […]

  • Why is Lord Ganesha’s picture always seen with one tusk broken?

    Mahabharata contains one lakh shlokas having 1.8 million words. In the beginning, it has 24,000 shlokas which kept on growing to 100,000 later. Technically this was Lord Ganesha who wrote down the text to Vyasa’s dictation. There is one interesting story about this. Veda Vyasa wanted to write Mahabharata, which was like an ocean in […]

  • Different Hindu Gods to worship on different days through the week

    The Sanatana Dharma believes on putting a different face on a form of God. Various forms of God are given a particular day for reverence. Also, a follower can appease to certain dosh in his stars through diligent puja and devotion to the God on particular days. Here are the Gods worshiped through the week. […]

  • Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga is situated in the island that is shaped like Om

    Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga resides on the island of Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river. The island is said to be in the shape of the Hindu symbol ॐ. The island hosts two Shiva temples, one is the Omkareshwar itself and the other is the Amareshwar, which means the Immortal lord or the Lord of Immortals […]

  • 8 Avatars Of Lord Ganesha To Destroy The Evil

    Lord Ganesha is said to be the “God of the Beginning”. Be it any ritual or any new beginnings, nothing starts without the worship of Lord Ganesha. Ganesha has also time and again taken different incarnations to save the world from evil. According to religious history and findings, Lord Ganesha took many different avatars to […]

  • Most Interesting Facts About Lord Ganesha You May Not Know

    The head of the lord Ganesha symbolizes the aatma or the soul, which is considered the ultimate reality of humanity and his human body symbolizes Maya, the trappings of earthly existence. It is believed that the sage Vyasa requested Lord Ganesha to write the Mahabharata as he recited it. He decided to do it after […]

  • The Tale of the Unknown Daughters of Lord Shiva

    Shiva Puran described the journey of Lord Shiva, from hermit to householder. And this means becoming a father and taking responsibility for fatherhood. As much as we know about the Sons of Lord Shiva and Parvati, the existence of their daughter has been kept under the radar. The story of Ashoka Sundari comes from the vrat-kathas of Gujarat […]