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10 Fascinating Facts About Goddess Parvati

Being the daughter of King Himavat (King of Mountains/Himalaya), her name became Parvati signifying 'daughter of the mountain'. Mostly seen as a mindful and...

The Marriage of Shiva and Parvati: An Iconic Tale

As the wedding season is upon us, let's know more about the iconic marriage and procession of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Shiva and Parvati It is...

Karwa Chauth 2017: Know the Customs, Age Old Tale, Meals and Muhurat

Chandigarh,Punjab About Karwa Chauth: Karwa Chauth is an important festival for married Hindu women all over the world. This year Karwa Chauth will be celebrated...

Navratri Day 3, Is Dedicated to ‘Maa Chandraghanta’ the Goddess of Feminine Power

New Delhi, September 23, 2017: The celebration for Navratri continues for the third day. Tritiya, as it’s named suggest the third day is devoted...

Know why Goddess Parvati asked Lord Shiva’s sister Devi Asavari to leave Kailasha!

September 2, 2016: India is a multi-diversity country and despite people belonging to different castes, classes, traditions, ideas, values, and religions, they leave in harmony....

Celebrating Kajari Teej: The Significance of offering prayers to Lord Shiva and Parvati during Monsoon in Hindu Rituals

August 21, 2016: Teej is one of the most celebrated Hindu festivals of all time and this year, Kajari Teej falls on Sunday, August 21....

Shravan or Sawan: The Holiest of Months in Hinduism is dedicated to Lord Shiva

In 2016, Shravan month will start from July 20. The whole month is dedicated to Lord Shiva Shravan month is dedicated to...

In 5 Days, more than 71,000 pilgrims perform Amarnath Yatra

Devotees believe the ice stalagmite structure called the 'Lingam' symbolises mythical powers of Lord Shiva The south Kashmir Pahalgam route passes through Chandanwari,...

Beyond fabricated history: Vedic texts in unadulterated form reflect feminist side of Hinduism

A thorough understanding of the ancient Vedic texts would reveal a completely different view of women as propounded in the scholarly works of the modern historians.

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