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Why Navratri Is Celebrated Twice In A Year?
Many people do not know that Navratri is celebrated twice in a year. The Ashwina Navratri that starts at the beginning of winter (between September and October) is the more popular Navratri. Very few people know about the Chaitra Navratri that ...
Why Navratri Is Celebrated Twice In Year

Spiritual Remedies For Rahu Dosha
Spiritual Remedies For Rahu Dosha
Rahu and Ketu are two shadow plants in Hindu mythology. Rahu and Ketu were basically asuras who came and sat with the devas when they were being served 'amrit' or elixir. When they had just drunk half the amrit, they were ...
Is Lord Hanuman Alive?
It is believed that Lord Hanuman is immortal and will never die. That is why there are still questions like, "Is Lord Hanuman alive?" Lord Hanuman belongs to the vanara or monkey clan and is one of the most worshiped deities ...
Is Lord Hanuman Alive
Worship Hindu Gods Day Wise
Worship Hindu Gods Day Wise
In Hindu mythology, every day of the week is dedicated to one particular god. Devotees who believe in god worship particular lords every day. So, if you want to worship all avatras and forms of god in particular, you get one ...
Versions Of The Ganesha Birth Story
Hindu mythology is basically an oral tradition. The mythical stories about Hindu gods and goddesses have been told and re-told several times even before there was a script to pen them down. That is why, it is common to have many ...
Versions Of The Ganesha Birth Story
Radha Krishna Love Story Janmashtami Special
Radha-Krishna Love Story: Janmashtami Spl
The Radha Krishna love story is a tale of divine love. This is not like any average love story. That is why, it is a good idea to revisit the legend of the Radha Krishna love story on Janmashtami. The festival ...
The Story Of Sati Devi Temples
You may have heard of Sati, Lord Shiva's first consort. But Sati Devi temples are not very much heard of. That is because, the Sati Devi temples are better known as Shakti Peethas. Yes, the temples of the Shakti Peethas are ...
Story Of Sati Devi Temples
Thirty Two Different Forms Of Ganapati
32 Different Forms Of Ganapati
Almost every Hindu household has Ganesha idols in it. Lord Ganapati is the first among the Hindu Gods. No puja can be started without first paying homage to the Ganesha, who is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Just like ...
Mythical Stories About The Sheshnag
The Sheshnag is a mythical creature which is very commonly seen in Hindu mythology. Sheshnag is usually depicted as a snake with 5 or 7 heads. However, the Vedic scriptures describe it as a snake with a 1000 heads. The Sheshnag ...
Mythical Stories About Sheshnag
Ten Holy Lord Shiva Symbols
10 Holy Lord Shiva Symbols
Religion is quite unlike science. It works through a web of mystic signs and symbols. Every religion has its own set of symbols. In Christianity, it is the cross, mother Mary, the holy ghost etc. In Islam it is the crescent ...
Importance Of The Shravan Shiva Vrat
Shravan is the month when the Monsoons are at its peak in India. This month is held in special reverence by the devotees of Lord Shiva. This is because, Shravan is the special month of Lord Shiva. Especially, the 4 Mondays ...
Importance Of Shravan Shiva Vrat
Twenty Most Famous Temples In India
20 Most Famous Temples In India
India is literally stuffed with sacred temples. The number of holy places in India is very high. However, some temples have been blessed with incredible fame and the devotees have blind faith in deities that reside in these temples. For example, ...
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