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  • 8 cultural practices of Harappan Era that has still been continued till today

    Harappan or Sarasvati-Sindhu Valley civilization dates to at-least 5000 years. While almost all the ancient civilization has totally disappeared and it’s rare to even find a trace of them. It may come as a shock to see that there are many Indian cultures that are a continuity of this age-old Harappan era. It certainly makes […]

  • Raja Dahir

    The Tale of the Last Hindu Ruler of Sindh – Raja Dahir

    The land adjacent to Indus River and the Thar Desert, Sindh is one of the oldest inhabited regions that held one of the world’s greatest pre-classical civilizations. Raja Dahir is said to be the last Hindu ruler of Sindh and he was born in 663 AD. Raja Dahir was the son of Chach of Aror […]

  • Trekking in Nepal

    23 Reasons Why You Should Put Nepal On Your Travel Bucket-List

    When you think of Nepal, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Let me help you, greenery, mountains, trekking, Sherpas, yaks, mountain lakes? What else? Located between India and China, Nepal is a small beautiful country. Influenced by the cultures around it, Nepal is an exotic amalgamation of diversities. My list could […]

  • Bhagavad Gita Quotes

    Collection of 30 Bhagavad Gita Quotes on Life and Death

    Shri Krishna explains the secrets of the universe and the purpose of mankind to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. He also talks about life, religion, philosophy, and spirituality. Here is what Lord Krishna Says about life and death. All his lessons are compiled in Bhagavad Gita, a part of the great epic, Mahabharata. Bhagavad Gita […]

  • Five Element of Life

    The Five Elements of Nature and the Reasons to Balance them

    According to Hindu dharma, it is said that there are five elements that comprise of everything: Akash (space), Agni (fire), Jal (water), Prithvi (earth). We need to understand these five elements to understand the problems in life – be it about our relationship or financial issues or physical issues or mental issues or even our […]

  • Powerful Ganesh Mantra – To Removal of All The Obstacles and Achieve Success

    Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and the formless Divinity – encapsulated in a magnificent form, for the benefit of the devotee. He is God of knowledge and the remover of obstacles. Lord Ganesha in some way also symbolizes intelligence in the body. According to Hindu dharma, he represents Mahat, the highest form of […]

  • The science of Bhrigu Samhita – How it predicts humanity’s future

    The first of the seven disciples of Shiva, Bhrigu is one of the Sapta Rishis. For the disciples, it was a normal daily routine to revolve around Shiva thrice and offer their devotion to him. Bhrigu, like other Rishis, was a strong devotee of Shiva. However, he was so into Shiva that he would ignore […]

  • Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) mentioned in Yoga Vasistha

    Yoga Vasishtha (योग-वासिष्ठ) is the inner journey of Lord Rama in the story of Ramayana. When the Prince gets very confused and loses the purpose in life, Maharishi Vasishtha illumines him with knowledge about reality. Yoga Vasishtha is a glorious conversation between a great Master who knows the Self and an able disciple who is […]

  • The Legend of Goddess Dhumavati – The widow Goddess

    The Goddesses in Hindu Dharma are often depicted as the powerful, radiant beings they are. They are beautiful, celestial, with virtues such as grace, nurturer, knowledge, wealth etc. One such form of the Goddesses is different from the rest, smoky complexioned riding a chariot with a flag bearing a crow- Dhumavati. Seventh of the 10 […]

  • The Reason why Rama is known as the Maryada Purushottam

    Known to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu, Lord Rama is one of the most popular Hindu gods and he stands as the symbol of Maryada Purushottam, which means the perfect man. Just like other avatars of Vishnu, Lord Rama took his birth on earth to destroy the evil of the age, which was […]

  • How did Shukracharya become the Guru of Asuras?

    Shukracharya is definitely one of the most interesting Rishis ever. His life is nothing less than a miracle and was indeed full of mysteries. The great sage was the son of Maharishi Bhrigu and Kavyamata and later, Shukracharya married Urjaswathi. According to Devi-Bhagavata Purana, Shukracharya was very bright as a child and he even went […]

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