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  • 5 Hindu philosophies that makes us responsible towards the environment

    Hindu teachings have always been very caring towards the mother nature. Hindu texts contain numerous references to the worship of the divine in nature in it the Vedas. Hindu dharma lays as high emphasis on environmental ethics. Since, the earliest times of The Mahabharata, Ramayana, Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Puranas and Smriti, all of them […]

  • 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 […]

  • Why do Hindus Prefer Birth Anniversary To Death Commemorations?

    Being altogether different from the Christian routine with regards to grieving the passing of Jesus Christ (Good Friday), and celebrating the affliction of holy people, or the Shia Muslim routine with regards to grieving the demise of the Prophet’s son in-law’s family (Muharram). Hindus do favor birth anniversary (Jayanti) over death commemorations (Punya tithi). Be that […]

  • Most Interesting Facts About Hinduism You Probably Don’t Know

    Hinduism is the world’s oldest known religion and originally known as Sanatana Dharm. Hindu dharma has its roots going back to 10,000 years and Hindu scriptures dating back to 7000 BC. Hinduism’ is not the real word for the religion. The real name of Hinduism is Sanatana Dharma. Sanatana Dharma means the eternal duty. Not […]

  • 12 Reasons why Hinduism is the most tolerant religion

    Compared to other religions across the world, Hinduism is said to be the most tolerant one. The trademark of Hinduism is “Tolerance in abundance”. It’s because Hinduism preaches “acceptance of all faiths”. There will only be intolerance if there is a conflict in views. [ Read – Here is why Hinduism is actually called Sanatana […]

  • All you need to know about Adi Shakti – The Energy of the Cosmos

    With Dusshera or Dashain around the corner, the importance of Devi surge particularly this season. While certain sect has always maintained their stance on the power of the Goddesses, others need a reminder of the fact that Goddesses stand for the spirituality other than wealth and even knowledge. Adi Shakti is one such concept which […]

  • 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. […]

  • The physical and spiritual concept of Soulmates in Hindu Dharma

    How many times have we heard people in books and movies and even real life go on about that one true connection with their “Soulmates”? The possibility of finding someone who shares the same outlook on life and living seems surreal. While some might agree on what to eat for dinner but struggle to understand […]

  • Everything you need to know about flowers offered to Hindu Deities

    Flowers have an important role in Hindu pujas; a ritual is not complete without offering flowers to gods. But we need to know which flowers to offer to which God so that we can get the most out of the Hindu ritual. Let’s first start with the importance of the flowers, then we will move […]

  • Marriage of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati

    Five Stories To Tell Your Kids About Lord Shiva

    There are abundant stories related to the Supreme, powerful God Lord Shiva. Known as the destroyer, Shiva is also the Lord of mercy and compassion who can remove ignorance, evil and grant wisdom. With that, his stories can be relevant tell kids. Here we have collected few of interesting stories: The birth of Lord Shiva […]

  • 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 […]

  • 12 Lessons from Hanuman Chalisa that everyone should learn

    One of the most powerful deities, Hanuman is blessed with “Mrityunjay” from Lord Shiva that makes him immortal and thus has a special place amongst the Hindus. According to Ramayana and Hindu scriptures, Hanuman is portrayed as a man with a face of a monkey with ultimate strength and power like that of the Gods. […]