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  • 10 Most Amazing Mysteries of Hindu Temples in India

    India is an ancient country with its rich history of Vedic civilization. Following the history, there are many temples can be found at every step of the way. Hence, there are a certain number of temples in India that have astonishing mysteries connected to it. Such, that some are amazing to just read about and […]

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    Why Sri Rama tricked Hanuman before his return to Vaikuntha

    Ramayana has been a great inspiration with a great significance for Hindu dharma. The central character of the epic, Rama, is considered to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu who is worshipped by millions of Hindus making him an important figure for ‘Vaishnavism’. Also, known as Maryada Purushottam, he has always been an inspiring character who […]

  • Lord Hanuman Mantras and prayers with its benefits and meanings

    Hanuman, also known as Hanumanji is known by many names. Such as Anjaneya, Anjani Putra, Bajarangabali, Mahaveer, Maruti, Pavanputra etc. He is also known as the monkey god, as he was a deva who took birth in a body of a monkey. He is the son of Vayu or Marut, the wind god and also […]

  • This Miraculous Shivling changes Colours Thrice a Day

    India is a country of mysteries yet to be solved. And in this list of secrets is a 1000-year-old temple of Dholpur, Rajasthan. What makes this temple unique is the Shivling that changes colors three times in a day. The temple located in Chambal, a remote area, is gaining popularity with the passing days. Several researchers […]

  • The Science and Logic behind Hindu Superstitions

    In the modern era, the modernists deem Hindu superstitions as outright baseless. However, it still has its roots in the Hindu tradition. Rather than deeming something as “outright baseless”, we must first understand where these superstitions have come from, and why was it used in those eras. One must understand that these superstitions were only […]

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    12 Life Lessons from Guru Nanak Dev Ji – The founder of the Sikhism

    Guru Nanak Dev Ji is said to be the founder of the modern-day Sikhism and is one of the ten gurus worshipped and followed by Sikhs across the world. Born in Talwandi (now in Pakistan) in 1469, Guru Nanak Dev Ji was a calm and serene person with very powerful vocational skills. He lived a […]

  • Lord Brahma

    Things you should know about Lord Brahma – The God of Creation

    Hindu religion is a pantheistic religion as it equates God with the universe. Brahma (the creator) is the first member of Hindu trinity (three Gods) consisting Vishnu (the preserver) being the second and Shiva (the destroyer/transformer) being the third. The meanings of Brahma in Sanskrit are growth, expansion, and creation. In this way, Brahma is […]

  • Shri Vishnu – An Iconographic Breakdown Of Narayana

    The deep sea dwelling blue Lord has been known as the protector of the realms. Legend has it that whenever the earth needs to rid itself of the evil, Lord Vishnu is born in a particular form to eradicate the evil. Whether it be the Maryada Purusha Sri Rama or the perfect personality Sri Krishna, […]

  • Dattatreya

    24 Gurus of Lord Dattatreya – The Guru of Environmental Education

    Lord Dattatreya, also known as Sri Datta, is a Hindu deity who is also regarded as an aspect of the Divine Trinity or Trimurti of Brahma, Vishnu, and Maheshwara. He was the son of Anusuya and Maharishi Atri. Thus his name ‘Dattatreya’ is derived from two Sanskrit words, ‘Datta’, which means ‘giver’ and Atreya which refers […]

  • How did Bhima has Strength of Ten Thousand Elephants?

    Bhima, the second of Pandava brothers, was one of the strongest characters in the Hindu epic of Mahabharata. What made him outshine other characters was his immense strength which was capable enough of moving mountains. He was known for his ill temper and was the most violent of all the brothers. Born to Kunti through […]

  • 8 Powerful Durga Mantras that can help transform your life

    Goddess Durga is also known as Shakti or Devi, who is the protective mother of the universe. Thus, Maa Durga is the epitome of a true womanhood. In Sanskrit, Durga means ‘a fort’ or ‘a place that is difficult to overrun,’ an apt metaphor for this deity’s protective, militant nature. Also, Durga is sometimes referred […]

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