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  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Travel To Witness The National Symbols Of India

    There are various national symbols of India including, national emblem, national animal, the national bird, and etcetera. So, today we are going to discuss these symbols that reflect different aspects of India: National Emblem The national emblem of India is taken from Sarnath, Lion Capital of Ashoka. It consists of four Asiatic lions, of which […]