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Hinduism

The age old religion of Hinduism stills persists in appealing to multitudes. In truth it extends more than just being a religion to a way of life. The all accommodative aspect that lends a flexibility to the religion is forms the very core of the ultimate principle of the religion. Read all about Hinduism, Hinduism beliefs, Hinduism Gods, Hinduism symbols, Hindu temples and much more...
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
Rituals Of Vishwakarma Puja
Rituals Of Vishwakarma Puja
Vishwakarma is believed to be the deity who is the main architect of the Universe. He is the son of the creator, Brahma and is the official architect of all the palaces where the Gods reside. He is also the designer ...
Significance of The Three Gunas In Hinduism
Hinduism is one of the most profound religions on the globe and has numerous concepts that attest its validity and probable supremacy. Amongst the many profound concepts of Hinduism is that which talks about the three Gunas. Before we actually go ...
Significance Of Three Gunas In Hinduism
Does Hinduism Prohibit Drinking Alcohol
Does Hinduism Prohibit Drinking Alcohol?
Alcohol has been a topic of interest for ages. People who drink have always found ways and excuses to justify their habit of drinking. Alcohol, almost throughout the world is seen as the best mode of intoxication, relaxation or inebriation. It ...
6 Interesting Facts About Hinduism
Hinduism is a widely acknowledged religion and particularly appreciated for its rich heritage and culture. Since its evolution, the religion has undergone several changes in its belief systems. However, with the values it seeks to instill in society at large, Hinduism ...
Interesting Facts About Hinduism
Legend Of Radha Ashtami
Legend Of Radha Ashtami
We know that Lord Krishna had many wives. But the Lord is better known for being with His one and only soulmate, Radha. Krishna's name is just not complete without Radha. Radha is also known as Radhika or Radherani and Radha ...
Significance Of 'Aum' In Hinduism
The Hindu symbol 'Aum' or 'Om' is one of the most important symbols of Hinduism. You must have seen the Aum symbol featuring almost everywhere and on everything that is connected to Hinduism. Have you ever wondered as to what this ...
Significance Of Aum In Hinduism
Symbolism Of Hindu Puja Rituals
Symbolism Of Hindu Puja Rituals
Hinduism is one of the most interesting religions of the world. The festivals, rituals, customs and celebrations are what sets Hinduism apart from all other religions of the world. The most important part of Hinduism is the connection of individual mind ...
Rituals Of Janmashtami
The birth of Lord Krishna is celebrated every year in the form of Janmashtami. The much awaited Hindu festival is celebrated worldwide with lots of joy, enthusiasm and vigour. There are many spiritual practices and customs that are followed during ...
Rituals Of Janmashtami
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 ...
Misconceptions About Hinduism: Debunked
Hinduism is one of the oldest religion of the world. Naturally, it has been a subject of criticism since centuries. People have attributed the religion to some malpractices which have been carried out for years due to cultural changes and hegemony ...
Misconceptions About Hinduism Debunked
Significance Of Nag Panchami
Significance Of Nag Panchami
Hindus have always been known for nature worship. Sun, wind, thunder, trees, animals and even reptiles are worshipped in Hinduism. It all started with the fear which people had during the old times about these natural forces and animals. Later worshipping ...
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