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  • The Shiva Temple in Western Kenya Where Followers Pray for Wishes

    In the nest of Kibigori, Kisumu County of Western Kenya, Kamleshwar Mahadev Temple rests on a remote town but attracts many devotees across the country and the globe to fulfill wishes. The temple is open to app Hindu and devotees fly from different places to honor Shiva ji in this temple. Even though it was […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • The Ritual of Antim Sanskar and its Meaning in Hindu Dharma

    The one who is born has to die one fine day. This is the cycle of life which cannot be reversed. Be it any religion, as we die, we leave our human body accustoming proper after death rituals. Hindu dharma as a religion is vast and so are its customs and rituals. Antyesti or the […]

  • Tamas Sattva Rajas

    Three Gunas that Hindu dharma talks about – Sattva, Rajas and Tamas

    According to Hindu dharma, the mind has three Gunas. They are the Sattva guna, which represents light, bliss, goodness; the Raja Guna which represents passion and motion; and Tamas Guna which represents darkness and inertia. Corresponding to these three Gunas are three Vritti – Santa Vritti, peace, comes from Sattva Guna, Ghora Vritti comes from […]

  • Discover These Not-so-famous Brahma Temples In India

    Legends state that Brahma, when compared to the other gods was more lenient and peaceful, and that he used to bless his devotees whole-heartedly. There were many instances when he blessed his devotees with boons without even considering the repercussions of his blessings. Many people believe that there is only one Brahma temple in India, […]

  • Reincarnation

    What does Hindu dharma say about Reincarnation?

    The concept of Sanatana Dharma and reincarnation might just have the same birth date. For those indulged in religion, reincarnation is a theological doctrine. It’s a fact for most of the Hindus. There are certain evidences that support the claims of reincarnation. But mostly, they can be categorized into two: i. jatismaras – the people […]

  • 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 […]

  • God and Soul, Atma and Paramatma according to Hindu Dharma

    There are many names of God in Hindu Dharma: Brahman, Isvara, Paramatman, Supreme Self, Bhagavan, Parabrahman, Shiva, Vishnu, Yaksha etc. The soul, on the other hand, is known as Atman or self or individual self. The supreme self and the self are two eternal entities of creation. Both are enjoyers. But one is the supreme […]

  • 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 […]

  • Influence of Hindu religion in Southeast Asian Countries

    Hindu religion is the oldest religion known so far and it is not only influential in India but also many Southeast Asian countries. The civilization of India influenced the languages, scripts, calendars, and artistic aspects of these people and nations. Myanmar (Burma) Hindu religion in Burma is practiced by about 8,40,000 people. Because a reliable […]