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  • Know how Sanskrit can help you learn more

    Sanskrit is the fine ancient Indian language and anybody who wishes to know more about the vast cultural history and roots of India should ideally know the language or at least be familiar to be able to decipher the Indian history better. Sanskrit surely is the backbone of the complete Hindu philosophy. Do you know […]

  • A visit to Hatu Mata Temple near Shimla is Full of Blissful Adventure

    Located at about 65 km distance from Shimla, is a destination called Hatu Peak, also famous as the highest peak in the Shimla region. The famous Hatu Mata Temple of the Narkanda region is believed to be a temple of Ravana’s wife as per the local belief of the Narkanda Tribe. Situated at 8 km […]

  • How to make Ayurveda an important source for good health

    Many of us make a common mistake of comparing Ayurveda with modern medicine and during the debate, limit our understanding of Ayurveda. For one, it is not only about offering a cure, so there is no need to compare it to an allopathic medicine only. And, on the other side, it is nothing about an […]

  • Reasons why we worship Shiva (the destroyer) but not Brahma (the creator)

    As we are aware, there are few temples of Brahma; one at Pushkar in Rajasthan and another is in Tamil Nadu called Kumbakonam. The stranger fact is that there still is no tradition of worshipping Brahma in the Indian culture. Even in the Trimurti Holy Trinity concept- G.O. D- defined as Generator, Organizer, and Destroyer. […]

  • Who first narrated the two epics Ramayana and Mahabharata?

    There are some records regarding the first narration of the two epics-Ramayana and Mahabharata both. However, this is no exact proof of the exact origin of the narration. The theories shared so far is enough to amuse you and is a worthy read. Ramayana According to the Puranas, it was Luv and Kush, the two […]

  • Some of the flourishing sites established by Lord Rama’s brothers

    Ramayana is one of the largest and one of the oldest Hindu epics. Our today’s focus is Ramayana and the descendants of the three brothers of Lord Rama – Lakshmana, Shatrughna, and Bharata. We will also try to find out if the descendants of Ramayana in Mahabharata have been identified so far Going forward. Who occupied what? According […]

  • Read the story of an untrained dancer who revived classical dances

    So far we have read about people who are deeply passionate about the various forms of classical dances. They choose to dwell on the subject by enrolling themselves for training classes or read more on the subject. We know they possess a natural instinct and creative mindset to be able to execute the difficult steps […]

  • Goddess Lakshmi

    Goddess Lakshmi qualities to inspire an individual 2.0

    Goddess Lakshmi is broadly associated with wealth and if we try and understand the depths of this one word, what wealth means in the real sense, we can have a more fulfilling life. Because wealth is not only money or something material, it is much beyond it. For example, we need money but how do […]

  • Existence of Lord Krishna – When the facts overshadowed the Myth

    Many researchers and facts establish that there indeed is scientific, spiritual and archaeological evidence to prove the existence of Lord Krishna. An epic war, the Mahabharata, was fought between the good and the evil, between the Pandavas and the Kauravas and in the modern age, there is still a battle being fought to extract the […]

  • 30,000 years old rock drawings at Bhimbetka in Madhya Pradesh

    The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Rock Shelters, the Bhimbetka, is a pleasant delight. It is absolute fun to walk the rugged path of rocks showing beautiful depictions of painting from the pre-historic times. The rocky terrain is full of sights of craggy cliffs and lofty mountains surrounding you. Besides, you learn, how early humans […]

  • Jatashankar – Natural cave temple symbolic of the hair of Lord Shiva

    The Jatashankar, the natural cave has stalactite, an icicle-shaped formation hanging inside from the ceiling, with waters dripping from it continuously and people revering it as 108 natural lingams. Jatashankar is 2 km short of the beautiful cantonment area of Pachmarhi in Madhya Pradesh. It is a surprise visit for many people who seek respite […]

  • Mahabharata – An Epic Reflection Of Our Lives

    If we look at just one episode of the epic Mahabharata we can relate to it with our present way of life. The Bhagavad Gita has been elaborated and presented in many forms to teach us the lessons of life. The crux of the matter is the whole reasoning of the war (the great battle […]