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  • The Fate of Lord Rama’s lineage – Lava and Kusha

    The Ramayana is the testimony of the greatness of Lord Ram. From being the obedient and dutiful son of King Dashrath and queen Kaushalya to the model brother for his siblings – Lakshman, Bharata, and Shatrughan, the fearless warrior who defeated the mighty warrior Ravana, Lord Rama did it all. But what about his role […]

  • Was Ravana Kidnapping Sita A Pre-decided Act?

    Even the youngest member of the Indian families knows that Sita was abducted by Ravana and the reason we have told them shapes kidnapping of Sita into a revenge taken by Ravana on behalf of his sister. The question that frames here is that whether the chopping of nose and ears of Shurpanakha by Lakshmana […]

  • Sita was a Daughter of Ravana according to some versions of Ramayana

    Goddess Sita’s birth is disputed and vague as she was said to be found in a furrow in a plowed field, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhumi Devi. It is believed that her birthplace to be Janakpur in the Eastern-Madhesh of Nepal or Sitamarhi in Mithila region of present-day Bihar. […]

  • Lord Rama's Elder Sister Shanta

    Unveiling the Secret of Lord Rama’s Elder Sister Shanta

    Either in Grandmother’s tales or on television screens, we all have heard and watched Ramayana as we were kids. The Holy Book speaks of the victory of Good over Evil. Our knowledge of Ramayana is limited to the tales of faithful Lord Hanuman, unbeatable Lord Rama, purest of all Goddess Sita, fearless Lakshmana and the […]

  • Things You May Not Know About Agni Deva – God of fire

    Agni, the God of Fire, is one of the most prominent of the deities of the Vedas especially Rigveda. With the single exception of Indra, more hymns are addressed to Agni than to any other deity. Agni is considered as the mouth of the gods and goddesses, and the medium that conveys offerings to them […]

  • Story of Valmiki – How sage Narada Helped a Dacoit to be a Maharshi

    Valmiki is known mostly from the great epic of Hindus called “Ramayana”, the life story of Lord Rama. He is also believed to be the author of Yoga Vasistha, a text that elaborates on a range of philosophical issues. It is believed Valmiki existed in Tetra Yuga and envisioned the life of Lord Rama as […]

  • Lord Hanuman

    Reason Why Lord Hanuman is considered incarnation of Lord Shiva

    Lord Hanuman is known for his devotion to Lord Rama. He is the son of Anjana and Kesari and blessed by the God of wind, Vayu. Hanuman is celebrated for his devotion to Lord Rama. It is believed that Hanuman is an avatar of Lord Shiva or Rudra Avatar. Several texts present him as an […]

  • Reason Why Lord Rama Accepted Mata Sita Only After Agni Pareeksha

    Lord Sri Ram is beyond one’s thought, mind and version even. He can be known or got by his dear devotee only otherwise common people have no reach there. He is the prime source of energy by which everyone gets the energy to dwell. What he looks, is not his original form. His Tatva is […]

  • How did Lord Rama travel from Lanka to Ayodhya in Just 18 days?

    Every Hindu is acquainted with the story of Ramayana in one way or the other. It’s the story of how Lord Rama saves his wife from Ravana’s – the demon king’s – abduction. Before that, he and his brother Laxman was exiled from the palace by his father Dasharatha. The war between the two extreme […]

  • Here is Why Lord Rama Is A Real Historical Figure

    The central figure of Hindu myth Ramayana, Rama is said to be the seventh avatar of Vishnu. He is venerated throughout India and many other places across the world. Historians doubt that he is a real person. But there are arguments that there is are sufficient evidence to suggest that lord Rama could have been […]

  • Name of Rama is stronger than Lord Rama himself – Interesting story

    The straight answer to one question, “Has Lord Rama ever been defeated”, is yes. You will be surprised to know who he was defeated by. So, the story goes that once Surath, the king of Kashi, visited Rama, and when going there, he only paid his obeisance to Rama but ignored the guru of kingdom […]