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  • What Happened to the Astra Vidya of Ramayana and Mahabharata?

    In Sanskrit, Astra means, ‘An extraordinary weapon,’ in Latin, ‘Star’ and in Norse, it meant ‘Divine strength.’ In the epics such as the Ramayana and Mahabharata, Astras were widely used during the great battles described in each of them and came into high importance. They are depicted as used by archers such as Parashurama, Rama, Lakshman, Indrajit (Meghnad), Ravana, […]

  • Popular Hindu Gods

    These Are The 5 Most Popular Gods in Hindu Dharma

    Hindu religion is the most interesting and the oldest religion is known to mankind. There are various deities attached to Hindu Dharma and all of them have an interesting story attached to them. Hindu Religion is also the third largest religion in the world. Hindu dharma forms the base of our entire Indian culture. It […]

  • The Truth About Rama Rajya – The Golden Rule of Lord Rama

    Lord Rama has been the epitome of righteousness and gold standard while judging one’s devotion towards parents, the truth, and his words. The fact that he left his kingdom for 14 years to wander off in the woods just for the sake of promise to his father and stepmother Kaikei goes on to show his […]

  • The Story of Lord Rama after Sita Surrenders to Mother Earth

    Ramayana, the epic we have been listening to since childhood and the holy lessons from the life of the legends are eternal. Lord Rama and his wife Sita, Laxman and Hanuman are the heroes we have been learning about since forever. We all have a thorough understanding of Ramayana until Rama escapes Sita from the […]

  • Interesting story on how Anjaneya came to be known as Lord Hanuman

    The God of creation, Lord Brahma is believed to live in a beautiful divine palace in his heavenly abode. A very beautiful Palace, even deities cannot stop the admiration about it and frequently visited the palace. Among them was a beautiful apsara named Anjana. Seeing at the devotion and services of Anjani, Brahma decided to […]

  • Interesting Facts About Four Yugas in Hindu Dharma

    Every religion follows its own rules and notions and so does Hindu Religion. What makes it unique is its idiosyncratic theories of time and cosmology. Time is considered as the cycle of creation and destruction. According to Hindu Dharma time is endless and is divided into four yugas which follow one after another without any […]

  • The power of the devotee towards Sri Rama is powerful than himself

    Sri Ram could not think of any possibility to reach Lanka with his 10 million Vanaras (monkeys) army that he takes out his arrow to dry the ocean. Then the ocean god appears and asks for forgiveness and not to dry him rather take help from Vanara architects Neel and Nala to construct a bridge […]

  • Rudrabhishekam eliminates all evil spirits and help achieve all desires

    The meaning of Rudrabhishekam is to convey everything is Shiva and is contained within Shiva Tattva (Tattva means principle). There is nothing beyond Shiva Tattva. It is said that which moves or which is immobile, that which is awake and which is dormant, that which is greatest, supremely intelligent and which is smallest, is all […]

  • The Importance of a Guru Purnima – Hindu Festival To Thank Teachers

    Guru – literally means teacher.The word Guru is derived from two words, gu and ru. The Sanskrit root gu means darkness or ignorance, and ru denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore, a Guru is one who removes the darkness of our ignorance and brings us into the light of knowledge. Gurus are believed by […]

  • Was Ravana Kidnapping Sita A Pre-decided Act?

    Even the youngest member of the Indian families knows that Sita was abducted by Ravana and the reason we have told them shapes kidnapping of Sita into a revenge taken by Ravana on behalf of his sister. The question that frames here is that whether the chopping of nose and ears of Shurpanakha by Lakshmana […]

  • List of 13 ancient sites from Ramayana in the present time

    Ramayana is one of the most popular and important epics in Hindu religion. There may be several arguments regarding its occurrence in the real world and history but places existing even today give the proof, though not clearly, that it had transpired in reality. Here is a list of 13 ancient sites mentioned in Ramayana […]

  • Sita was a Daughter of Ravana according to some versions of Ramayana

    Goddess Sita’s birth is disputed and vague as she was said to be found in a furrow in a plowed field, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhumi Devi. It is believed that her birthplace to be Janakpur in the Eastern-Madhesh of Nepal or Sitamarhi in Mithila region of present-day Bihar. […]