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  • 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 […]

  • 8 Most Beautiful Queens in the History of India

    There is something beautiful, and yet something scary when we talk about royal families around the world. The Greek myths had it, the Game of Thrones has it, the western world had it and some still do, and the eastern world had it, especially in India. When we talk about royal families in India, people […]

  • 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 […]

  • Ashta Siddhis – Supernatural powers Hindu dharma talks about

    In Hindu dharma, any yogi can achieve one or more of the eight siddhis. They might sound out of proportion for some. But these, in fact, show some of the superpowers that modern fictional superheroes show in some way. Hindu dharma talks about these superpowers. These are the Ashta siddhis: 1. Anima Anima is the ability […]

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    Science says Yoga can make you happy – Psychological benefits of Yoga

    There is a new ongoing research on how our personal power can be unlocked by adopting some powerful body postures. The results have been varying, and how the reports claim that the positions used by certain politicians and other people with power can be difficult to replicate. However, a recent study conducted by states […]

  • The Right Way to Love Krishna – The Side Story from Mahabharata

    During Mahabharata, there was a time when Krishna went to Hastinapur to hold peace talks with the Kauravas. They offered him grand dinners and hospitable amenities during his stay in Hastinapur. However, instead of choosing such lavish lifestyle, Krishna went to the doors of Vidura for his stay. Both Vidura and his wife Sulabha were […]

  • Badami Cave Temples in Karnataka – Amazing Ancient Rock Cut Temples

    Badami Cave Temples is a prestige of Badami town, nearly the historical town reservoir, Agastya tirtha reservoir, in Bagalkot district of Karnataka, India. The temples have great values for Hindu and Jain tradition. A brief History The temples are said to be built around the late 6th-7th century AD, after the initiation by the first […]

  • 10 Reasons to Celebrate Diwali or Deepavali

    Diwali is celebrated as the festival of lights and every city with Hindu heritage will be lit, literally. But do you know the reasons behind this celebration? Here are 10 reasons that we celebrate the festival of light – Diwali / Deepawali. 1. The Legends of King Mahabali In the Bhagavad Purana, there are verses […]

  • Reason Why Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha Are Worshiped Together

    Although Diwali is celebrated as the return of Shri Ram to Ayodhya, Goddess Laksmi and Lord Ganesha are welcomed into every household on this auspicious day. Goddess Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity while Lord Ganesha is considered the God of intelligence. People worship these two deities to welcome wealth along with intelligence. […]

  • The Legend Behind the Dhanteras and Naraka Chaturdashi

    Dhanteras, also known as “Dhanatrayodashi” or “Dhanvantari Trayodashi” falls in the month of Kartik on the 13th day of the dark fortnight. Dhanteras is the first day of the Indian Diwali and Nepalese Tihar Festival. This festival of wealth is celebrated two days before the festival of lights, Diwali. ‘Dhan’ literally, means wealth and ‘Tera’ […]

  • Cloning and Test Tube Babies in Ancient India – Legend of Kauravas

    Mahabharata is full of interesting stories. There is a very interesting story related to Kauravas, the 100 sons of King Dhritarashtra and his wife Gandhari. If we think of this just as a mere fiction, then we would just be like any other who just does things for the sake of doing it. There are […]