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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...
Tulsi Mala – Rules To Follow & Benefits Of Wearing It
Tulsi is one of the most sacred plants in Hinduism. Personified as Goddess Tulsi, she is worshiped as a deity. People grow Tulsi plants in their homes and women offer prayers to her early morning. Planting a basil tree in the ...
Tulsi Mala Rules To Followand Benefits Of Wearing It
10 Most Important Facts About Hinduism
Hinduism is one of the oldest and the most followed religion in the world. It has the largest number of followers and majority of them live in India and Nepal. The Hindus comprise of about fourteen percent of the population of ...
All About Swastika & Its Rich Positive History!
Swastika generally reminds most of us about the Nazi rule and the evil they did to the mankind, which has made this symbol to be one of most evil symbols, but a little do you know that a Swastika has had ...
Aall About Swastika And Its Rich Positive History
Nag Panchami 2019: Why Is Nag Panchami Celebrated?
Nag Panchami is observed on the Shukla Paksha Panchami in the Shravan month according to the Hindi calendar. This year, the day is falling on August 5 (Monday). The muhurta (timing) for the puja will be between 6:20 AM to 8:54 ...
Deities & Rituals For 7 Days Of The Week
Hindus follow a lot of rituals right through the week. It is believed that for the 7 days in a week, each of the days are dedicated to one or two Gods. According to the scriptures, the 7 days in a ...
Deities And Rituals For Seven Days Of The Week
What Is The Significance Of The Sashtanga Namaskaram?
A sashtanga namaskar is one of the many types of namaskar, where is which all the body parts or angas touch the ground. This type of namaskara is also commonly known as the "dandakara namaskaram" and "uddanda namaskara". According to the ...
Easy Recipes For Pradosh Vrat
Hindus follow the pradosh vrat is a very auspicious way. The pradosh vrat falls on the thrayodashi and the puja begins from 4:30 pm until 6 pm. It is believed that during the pradosha time the Gods come down to ...
Easy Recipes For Pradosh Vrat
Importance Of Pradosh Vrat
Pradosh Vrat is one of the important Vrats observed by Hindus for worshiping Lord Shiva and Parvati. The word 'Pradosh' means evening and the worship associated with Pradosh Vrat is done during the evening twilight or on sandhya kala. Pradosh Vrat ...
Ways In Which Ram Navami Is Celebrated
Shri Rama Navami is a festival to celebrate the birth of the Hindu God Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. The celebrations start on the first day of Chaitra and continue for 9 days. Celebrations include reading the Ramayan ...
Ways In Which Ram Navami Is Celebrated
Mahabharata Stories: Why Did Bhima Fight Bakasura?
The story is set during the period when the Pandavas were in exile along with their mother Kunti. They were passing through a beautiful place called Ekachara. According to the rules put forth by Duryodhan, if the Pandavas were recognised during ...
The Story Behind Parashurama Beheading His Mother
Parashurama is the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu. One of the most violent avatars of Vishnu, he is the fifth son of Renuka and Jamadagni. His choice of weapon is a Parashu or a battle axe, which he received from Lord ...
The Story Behind Parashurama Beheading His Mother
Markandeya - The One Who Conquered Death
Hello you readers out there, this time I am going to take you to trip of a small but really interesting story of our traditional world that you ought to know. It’s the Bhakta Markandeya story. I know, only few of ...
 
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