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  • Karma Quote

    Famous Quotes about Karma – Collection of 40+ Quotes about Karma

    Karma means that any action done in this or previous state of existence will result in the future or next state of existence. The word “Karma” is derived from Hindu dharma. This theory of Karma has not only influenced the Hindu followers but has been adored by many others from various philosophical and religious environments. Here […]

  • Things you would want to know about RSS – Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh

    RSS is an abbreviated form of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh or Rashtriya Sewa Sangh. It is a Hindu based nationalistic organization in India and thought to be the parent organization of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as its political wing. It has conservative values that hope to make India a Hindu country and enforce Hindu way […]

  • 25+ Vedic Maths Tricks In Simplified Version

    This is a simplified and summarized version of Vedic Maths – book written by the Indian Hindu Priest Bharati Krishna Tirthaji and first published in 1965. The Vedic maths contains 16 sutras (formulae) and 13 sub-sutras. The 16 Sutras of Vedic Maths 1. Ekadhikena Purvena – By one more than the previous one For any integer […]

  • Raja Yoga

    Here is why Yoga is known as path to unite with God in Hindu Dharma

    Yoga is a Sanskrit word when translated to English means union. Yoga is the union between individual consciousness and the Infinite consciousness or God. Yoga is both spiritual and physical, which teaches that people should attempt to unite the individual spirit to God, to atman – the individual soul or essence of a person – […]

  • Know what food means in Hindu Dharma

    Food is so vitally important in Hindu religion that it is considered to be part of God or Brahman. It nourishes the entire physical, mental, and emotional aspects of a human being. It is considered a gift from God and should be treated respectfully. Food in Hindu Dharma Food is considered an actual part of […]

  • The concept of atoms was actually formulated by an Indian Sage 2600 years ago

    The Vaishesika system is one of the six Hindu schools of philosophy from ancient India. Acharya Kanada in around 6th to 2nd Century BCE presented his detailed atomic theory in Vaisheshika-Sutra. Basically, Vaisheshika is a pluralistic realism. Acharya Kanada is also known as Kashyap. Concept of Atoms was actually formulated by Acharya Kanada Est. 2500 years […]

  • The 10 Tallest Statues of Hindu Gods in the World

    Here is the list of 10 tallest statues of Hindu Gods around the world. This listing is in descending order. 10. Hanuman of Carapichaima, Trinidad and Tobago – 85 ft. (26 m) This statue is located in the village of Carapichaima, Trinidad. It stands 85 feet or 26 meters tall and is built according to […]

  • Sri Yantra and its Benefits – The Most Auspicious Instrument

    Sri Yantra gives maximum benefits to almost everybody possessing it. It is considered the most auspicious, important and powerful instrument. Shree Yantra is a Sanskrit name where Sri – meaning Wealth and Yantra – meaning Instrument. It has a direct connection with Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu deity for fortune, prosperity, and wealth. Therefore it has […]

  • Significance of Asthi Visarjan – Immersing ashes of dead in holy rivers

    Hindus cremate the dead bodies by burning them. The remnant of the dead bodies is in the form of ashes, which Hindus immerse in holy rivers like the Ganga.The process is called as Asthi Visarjan. The meaning of Asthi is the left over bone or some collected ashes of dead people and Visarjan is to […]

  • Interesting story on how Anjaneya came to be known as Lord Hanuman

    The God of creation, Lord Brahma is believed to live in a beautiful divine palace in his heavenly abode. A very beautiful Palace, even deities cannot stop the admiration about it and frequently visited the palace. Among them was a beautiful apsara named Anjana. Seeing at the devotion and services of Anjani, Brahma decided to […]

  • The Epic Battle Between Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva – Story of Banasura

    Banasur was the 10th descendant of Prahlad and eldest among 100 sons of King Bali. He was fond of Lord Shiva from childhood. When he was grown up, he meditated and worshiped hard to appease Lord Shiva and finally, Shiva appeared before him and gave him the boon of thousand powerful arms and that he […]

  • Vastu Shastra – Things you should or shouldn’t keep in your pocket

    According to Vastu Shastra, there are certain things you should or should not keep in your pocket in order to benefit your financial status. There are certain things that if you put on your pocket will bring the wrath of Goddess Lakshmi while some things will attract more money and wealth. Things you should keep […]