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  • These markings on your palm are said to be blessings from Lord Shiva and Vishnu

    Palm reading is an old tradition of finding out one’s past, present, and future, like that of horoscope and other astrological tools. There are some markings in the palm of a person that are considered to be a blessing of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu; people having those are more likely to prosper and benefit […]

  • The Shiva temple that was once destroyed by Muslims stands grand as ever today

    Located in Hampi, 350 km from Bangalore, Virupaksha Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is also part of Group of Monuments at Hampi, and Group of Monuments at Pattadakal. This Dravidian style temple is close to the famous temple of Kailasnath at Kanchipuram and is said to […]

  • Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple is a 7th-century architectural masterpiece

    Situated at Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu, Kanchi Kailasanthar temple is the oldest structure in the area, and is made in Dravidian architectural style. The temple was built around 685-705 AD by Rajasimha ruler of Pallava Dynasty and carries a great historical importance. The Location of Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple It lies on the banks of Vegavathy […]

  • Lord Shiva is the Greatest Liberal of Hindu world

    There is a religious saying that is quite popular in Varanasi: “Shiva ji apne bhakton ke bhakt hain.” This means: Shiva is the devotee of the devotees. It’s always made me wonder. Every time we think of God, we think of them as this supreme being who has the power of overcome demons and wears […]

  • Everything you need to know about Samudra Manthan

    When the Devas lost their powers as Sage Durvasa cursed Indra, the Asuras took this as the great opportunity to attack Swarga. The Devtas were powerless and thus lost the war, and fled away from heaven to save their lives. They went to Brahma to seek help, who in turn sent them to Vishnu. Vishnu […]

  • 10 strange similarity between Hindu and Greek’s religious understanding

    Both Hindu and Greek religion are very old religion known to mankind. Surprisingly the stories told in these two religions have some similarity. We might be ironic towards it being a coincidence or there actually is some resemblance. Few examples are comprehended below. 1. Zeus and Indra Both are regarded as the king of gods […]

  • 4 Reasons why Lord Brahma is not devotionally worshiped

    One of the common questions among the ones trying to know about Hindu dharma is “Why is Brahma not worshiped as much as Vishnu and Shiva?” Or even “Why Brahma has only a few temples all across the world, but Vishnu and Shiva have tons?” Let’s debunk the reasons for it: Reason #1 Shiva Purana […]

  • Things You Should Know About Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple

    Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is one of the 12 Shiva Jyotirlingas.Trimbakeshwar is located in the town of Trimbak in Nashik, Maharashtra, India (20km from the city of Nashik). It lies in between three hills: Brahmagiri, Nilgiri, and Kalagiri. When Brahmadev came to Satya Loka (earth), he came with the same holy water of Ganges, and to […]

  • 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. […]

  • What Vedas Say About The Holiness And Sacredness Of Cow

    In various ancient Hindu texts, much has been described the holiness and sacredness of cows and bulls. According to Rig Veda 4.1.6 अस्य शरेष्ठा सुभगस्य संद्र्ग देवस्य चित्रतमा मर्त्येषु | शुचि घर्तं न तप्तम अघ्न्याया सपार्हा देवस्य मंहनेव धेनोः || asya śreṣṭhā subhaghasya saṃdṛgh devasya citratamā martyeṣu | śuci ghṛtaṃ na taptam aghnyāyā spārhā devasya […]

  • Visit Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple to free yourself from all types of poison

    Among the 12 Jyotirlingas, Nageshvara Jyotirlinga is located at Nageshwar, Dwarka, Gujarat, India. This temple is also known as “Darukavana”, an ancient epic name of a forest in India. Other names are Nagnath Temple or Nageshwar Mahadev, and it is a temple that attracts thousands of visitors throughout the year. Worshipping in Nageshvara Jyotirlinga can […]

  • Origin and existence of Devi Saraswati – Goddess of knowledge and wisdom

    While the male form of God (Deva) is associated with strength and protection, most of the female forms have represented sensible characteristics and power such as wisdom, wealth, healing, food etc. Amongst them a certain Goddess (Devi) has established herself as an important figure for what she represents (knowledge and wisdom) and how she appears […]