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Paintings Which Beautifully Depict Scenes From Ramayana

Ramayana, the ancient Indian epic which describes the narrative of Ayodhya Prince lord Rama's struggles. The struggles include- exile of 14 years, abduction of...

10 Customs of the Hindu Dharma Explained by Science

New Delhi, October 4, 2017 : You might have been moved by the way followers of the Hindu dharma bow down and welcome you inside...

If you are a Devotee of Lord Krishna, these 10 Lesser Known Facts Will Surprise You!

New Delhi, August 15, 2017: Lord Krishna is unquestionably the most honorary character in the Hindu mythology. He was one of the most charming...

Prayaschit: We Can Learn the Purpose of Penance from Hindu Mythology

New Delhi, August 11, 2017: Scriptures and the Puranas attribute the highest status to both Siva and Vishnu and that both are merely two...

Nag Panchami 2020 : Here’s Why Summoning the Serpent God is of Significance in this Hindu Festival

Rich mythological background of Hindu culture believes there exist seven realms of universe below the earth Snakes have a momentous part in holy...

Here’s is what Hinduism says about Womb “Yoni” : How is it relevant to the Modern World

Yoni is worshiped as the feminine power, as the mother goddess in Hindu religion Yoni can also refer to a sacred place inside...

Know about the Famous Amarnath Cave in Jammu and Kashmir!

The Amarnath Cave is a popular pilgrimage in Jammu and Kashmir Founded by Buta Malik, a Muslim shepherd, whose family is offered donations...

Narad Jayanti: May 11 is reckoned as tribute to Narad Muni- A precursor of Journalism

May 12, 2017: Communication plays a significant part in the lives of every living being. It becomes easy to share the thoughts, ideas and...

Mahalakshmi Temple: Know the Story behind the 300-Year-Old Ancient Shrine

October 15, 2016: Mahalakshmi temple is one of the oldest and most famous temples of Mumbai and is located on Bhulabahi road and the background...

West Bengal celebrates Mahanavami, Fourth day of Durga Puja with community Feasts

Kolkata, October 10, 2016: Reflecting the festival spirit of sharing and bonding, people from all walks of life including celebrities relished community feasts at...

Devotees in Rajasthan willingly accept Snake Bites in a Bizarre Hindu Festival

Devotees voluntarily accept bites from snakes in a festival in Rajasthan The worshippers gather in Veer Teja temple at Tonk in order to...

India celebrates Vishwakarma Puja with religious Fervor: Know its significance in Hinduism!

Sept 17, 2016: Vishwakarma pooja or Vishwakarma Jayanti is a reverence shown to Vishwakarma, a Hindu God and also a divine architect. This year...

Meaning of Life According To Hinduism “World’s Oldest Religion”

Hinduism is believed to be one of the oldest religions on the earth and it has an astonishing amount of knowledge related to astronomy,...

Custom or Science? The Tradition of wearing Sindoor in Hinduism

India is the culturally rich homeland of Hindus with rituals that retain man's beliefs in his religion. From birth to death, it is more...

Chiranjeevis: 8 Immortals of Hindu Mythology

According to the Hindu mythology, there are a group of people who are blessed or cursed with an unusually long life Known as...

Challenges for Hindus in the 21st Century: 10 Reasons that will Surprise you!

According to Heinrich von Stietencron, “Statistics have taught us to regard Hinduism as the third largest contemporary religion in terms of the number of...

Do Ichhadari Naagins exist for real? Here is what Hindu mythology has to say!

Indian mythology states that a snake can become Ichhadhari only after living 100 years A ‘nagamani’ can be defined as ‘snake gem’ or...

Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple hides Treasures that the World never saw

The temple is mentioned several times in the Sangam period of Tamil literature between 500 BC and 300 AD The history traced it...

Varaha: The third Avatar of Lord Vishnu

‘Varaha’ is his third avatar of Lord Vishnu followed by Kurma avatar and succeeded by Narasimha avatar. Vishnu Puran treats Varah as a...

Ganjifa, an Indian Card Game is revived by Sunish Chabba of Sydney, Australia

Ganjifa is known to exist in the times of European renaissance in the land of Persia The initiator attempts to get off the...

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