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  • The Eight Immortals of Hindu Dharma – Astha Chiranjeevi

    The samsara of life and death is endless until one finds liberation or moksha states the Hindu way of life. Until the elusive Moksha is attained either by good karma or nirvana life goes on between birth and death. No organism can escape the fate. Yet in Hindu Dharma, we come across 8 such personalities […]

  • Navaratri – The celebration of the nine forms of Adi Shakti

    The Adi Shakti – the beginning of everything and to honor the Goddess Hindus worship various forms of Durga for 9 days during Navaratri. A celebration of the power that is the woman, the part of everyone that is feminine, that is nurturing and divine. The most widely accepted account of the nine forms of […]

  • Get to know Why Ganga flows through Lord Shiva’s Hair

    Relieving from our sins and taking us on the journey to attain Moksha, Ganga has been a mythologically important figure in Indian culture. With its origins from Himalaya, Ganga is considered as a sacred river in the country. Worshipped as goddess Ganga by people following Hinduism across India, the holy river has a history which […]

  • 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 […]

  • 10 Interesting Love Stories in Mahabharata Very few people know

    What’s life without love, and what are epics without fascinating tales of romantic stories that keep our hearts warm? Even during the times of Gods, love stories prevailed. If you’ve ever read Mahabharata completely, you would also know that the epic was not only about the great Kurukshetra war but also about many other small […]

  • 10 Things You Probably Never Knew Were Invented By Ancient Indians

    The history of India dates back to the earliest times of human civilization. Unlike the great dynasties of ancient Egypt and China, the civilization of Ancient India is still somewhat of a mystery. India is a country in South Asia whose name comes from the Indus River. The Indian sub-continent stretches back over 250,000 years and it is, […]

  • 1000-Year-Old body of Ramanuja preserved in Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

    Hindu religion is one of the world’s oldest religion, that believes in the circle of birth and death which happens again and again until one attains Mukti. Where the body is a gift from the nature that is made up of five principles ‘bhutas’; fire, water, earth, ether, and air. It is hence believed that […]

  • Interesting facts about Vishwakarma – Hindu God of Architecture

    Shri Vishwakarma, Divine Architect is called  ‘Devashilpi’ or ‘The Architect of Gods’. He has created many wonders, his wonders are described in Rigveda. Interesting facts about Lord Vishwakarma – God of Architecture The Rig Veda describes Viswakarma as the god with multi-dimensional vision and supreme strength. Vishwa karma is able to predict well in advance in […]

  • These 1000 Years old Temples in India Will Take You Back In Time

    India is known for its rich heritage as the Indian subcontinent is the birthplace of four of the major religions of the world – Hindu Religion, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. As such, it is no surprise that the country is home to some of the oldest and most historic temples of the world. Scattered all across India, […]

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