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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 […]

  • 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, ass 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 […]

  • How German scholars are preserving and promoting the Sanskrit language

    The word Sanskrit comes from sáṃskṛta which translates as “refined” or “elaborated”. The pre-Classical form of Sanskrit is known as Vedic Sanskrit, with the language of the Rigveda being one the oldest. It is one of the 22 official languages in India, which also holds a great place in Nepal. In the past, even the […]

  • The most intelligent curse that changed the course of Hindu civilization

    While we take curses as something scary and would all want to stay away from it. And yes, they are in fact scary many times and did give the individuals who got one a lot a trouble. However, there are many curses that did do good, eventually. Hence, in this case, this curse has totally […]

  • Bhagavad Gita Quotes

    Collection of 30 Bhagavad Gita Quotes on Life and Death

    Shri Krishna explains the secrets of the universe and the purpose of mankind to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. He also talks about life, religion, philosophy, and spirituality. Here is what Lord Krishna Says about life and death. All his lessons are compiled in Bhagavad Gita, a part of the great epic, Mahabharata. Bhagavad Gita […]

  • Five Element of Life

    The Five Elements of Nature and the Reasons to Balance them

    According to Hindu dharma, it is said that there are five elements that comprise of everything: Akash (space), Agni (fire), Jal (water), Prithvi (earth). We need to understand these five elements to understand the problems in life – be it about our relationship or financial issues or physical issues or mental issues or even our […]

  • The science of Bhrigu Samhita – How it predicts humanity’s future

    The first of the seven disciples of Shiva, Bhrigu is one of the Sapta Rishis. For the disciples, it was a normal daily routine to revolve around Shiva thrice and offer their devotion to him. Bhrigu, like other Rishis, was a strong devotee of Shiva. However, he was so into Shiva that he would ignore […]

  • The Reason why Rama is known as the Maryada Purushottam

    Known to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu, Lord Rama is one of the most popular Hindu gods and he stands as the symbol of Maryada Purushottam, which means the perfect man. Just like other avatars of Vishnu, Lord Rama took his birth on earth to destroy the evil of the age, which was […]

  • How did Shukracharya become the Guru of Asuras?

    Shukracharya is definitely one of the most interesting Rishis ever. His life is nothing less than a miracle and was indeed full of mysteries. The great sage was the son of Maharishi Bhrigu and Kavyamata and later, Shukracharya married Urjaswathi. According to Devi-Bhagavata Purana, Shukracharya was very bright as a child and he even went […]

  • Concept of Gravity mentioned on Vaisheshika Sutra – 2500 Years Ago

    The Vaisheshika system is one of the six Hindu schools of philosophy from ancient India. Vaisheshika is derived from the Sanskrit, vishesa, meaning “distinction” or “distinguishing feature.” The Vaisheshika system emphasis on metaphysics and naturalism. Acharya Kanada in around 6th to 2nd Century BCE presented his theory on Gravity in Vaisheshika-Sutra. Acharya Kanada is also […]

  • 12 Houses in Astrology

    10 Must-Know Facts About Astrology Before Showing Your Birth Chart

    Astrology is the knowledge of ascertaining one’s life experiences and prospects through reasoning it with the effect of celestial bodies in our galaxy. It is believed that the movement of planets, stars, and other heavenly bodies directly affects activities of all living beings on earth. Astrology determines those effects and relates it to the prospects […]

  • 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 […]