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  • 10 Amazing Facts about Indus Valley Civilization You Will Be Thrilled To know

    Known to be the bronze age civilization, Indus valley civilization used to extend from today’s Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest part of India. In the ancient times, it was considered to be one of the three civilizations of the world (the other two being Egypt and Mesopotamia). The civilization lasted for thousands of years, and […]

  • Things you would want to know about RSS – Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh

    RSS is an abbreviated form of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh or Rashtriya Sewa Sangh. It is a Hindu based nationalistic organization in India and thought to be the parent organization of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as its political wing. It has conservative values that hope to make India a Hindu country and enforce Hindu way […]

  • 8 Must Visit Hindu Temples that opens once a year

    These Hindu temples in the list below opens only once in a year. The Temple of Rani Pokhari Originally known as Nhu Pukhu, Rani Pokari in English means Queen’s pond. Built in the 17th century, the pond lies in the center of the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu and standing in the center of the […]

  • 10 Tallest Statues in India That Indians Should Be Proud Of

    Here is the list of 10 tallest statues in India. Hanuman Swami in Andhra Pradesh With a height of around 42m, Hanuman Swami statue was constructed on 2003. It is located at Paritala village, 30km from Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh and is made out of concrete. Thiruvalluvar’s Statue in Tamil Nadu This giant statue stands […]

  • 10 Most Beautiful Lakes in India You Should Visit

    India is a home to some of the most enthralling and exquisite lakes around Asia, and the world. From glacier lakes in Himalayan regions to clear waters of Kerela, these beautiful lakes in India can be really good get-away places for your vacation or just for a weekend. These are some of the most beautiful lakes […]

  • 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 […]

  • Somnath Temple – The first Jyotirlinga temple of Lord Shiva

    Somnath temple is a proof that the power of reconstruction shall always be greater than the power of destruction. Located in Gir Somnath district of Gujarat, India, Somnath temple is the first of the 12 jyotirlingas. The temple has undergone many reconstructions as it got destroyed several times, the one that is standing today was […]

  • 8 Mysterious Facts and Stories Around Indian Temples

    Temples in India are ubiquitous. They are everywhere: from hilly areas to the Himalayas to the mountains of Ladakh to the villages of Tamil Nadu to the caves of Maharashtra and deserts of Rajasthan. Along with the temple, there are stories and legends associated with them. Some are so unexplainable that it can keep you […]

  • 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 […]

  • Religious persecution inflicted upon Hindus Over time in India

    Religious intolerance is not a new thing in the history of the world. All religions have suffered discrimination, massacres, and persecution directly or indirectly from other religion. Similarly, Hindus have also been afflicted to this in course of time, mainly in India. 8th Century – Muhammad Bin Qasim Muhammad Bin Qasim mobilized 6000 cavalries and attacked […]

  • 10 Krishna Temples in India you should visit at least once in your life

    Some people believe that Krishna is the avatar of Vishnu, and some believe that Vishnu is an avatar of Krishna. However, one cannot deny that Krishna is the central figure in the Hindu Bhagavad Gita. Since he is such an important and powerful figure in Hindu dharma, there are many temples built to his name. […]

  • 10 Most Important Temples of Lord Vishnu and his avatars in India

    Lord Vishnu is said to be “the protector and preserver” of the Trinity (others being Shiva and Brahma). Sri Vishnu reincarnates over and over again to protect the universe from evil, especially when the evil has grown sturdier and dysbalanced the cosmic universe. Here is the list of 10 Most Important Temples dedicated to Lord […]