2 02, 2016

The relationship of Shiva and Nandi

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The ascetic, was always focused about his meditation and had stayed away from worldly affairs. During the time of the churning of the ocean of the universe, the samudra manthan poison came out of the sea which threatened the sustenance of life on all the planets that bared life forms. In order to save living [...]

2 02, 2016

The origin of the Vedas

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The Vedas, the most ancient text in the history of Hinduism, were originated or created at the time of the beginning of the Universe. If one reads the vedas, it has been clearly stated in the holy scripture.   Yajurved 31.7, states that the Rigveda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and the Atharva Veda were created by the [...]

2 02, 2016

A legendary place- The Shani Shingnapur

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With the Advancement of technology and the growth of the economy, the divide between the rich and the poor widened up after the independence of our great nation - India. As this divide kept on increasing, the crime rate across the country kept increasing exponentially. In such dark times, it is so hard to imagine [...]

24 01, 2016

Swastik Symbol and its importance in Hinduism !

By |January 24th, 2016|Categories: Hindu Mythology, Puja|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Swastik is one of the most important symbols in Hinduism, the other one being Aum. The Symbolic significance of Swastika is that it represents auspiciousness, peace and prosperity. It marks the onset of any Hindu ritual, whether it be a wedding, grah pravesh, Satyanarayan Katha and many more. It is marked over all the objects [...]

24 01, 2016

Significance of bells in temples

By |January 24th, 2016|Categories: Hindu Mythology, Puja|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Significance or scientific reason for bells in Hindu Temple. Bells are generally hung at the front door of temple and usually people need to ring it before entering into the temple. People go to temples to find peace and serenity, to devote time and ask for the blessings from the almighty. I remember my time [...]

24 01, 2016

Why does the river ganga water not spoil even if kept for long time ?

By |January 24th, 2016|Categories: Hindu Mythology, Puja, Shiva|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

When we come from outdoors from a strenuous day workout or from work and we find that bottle of water lying in and around the corner of our room, we grab it and drink the water from it, only to find out that the water in it tastes awful. Well, it happens with us all. [...]

24 01, 2016

The Significance of the number 108 according to Hinduism

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According to Hinduism, the number 108 exists everywhere around us in the universe and hence the solutions to any problems can be 100% benefitted if the task listed in the vedas is completed. It is said in the Vedas that: In one minute we breathe in 15 times, in one hour 900 times and hence [...]

24 01, 2016

Yoga and its relation with Bhagavad Gita

By |January 24th, 2016|Categories: Hindu Mythology, krishna|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

According to the ancient text, the various means by which one practiced Yoga was directly correlated with the Aims of those very practices. Yoga taught humans that they don’t need to worry about time, or what it can do for them but how to live in the present moment by practicing Yoga. In the Bhagavad [...]

24 01, 2016

Hindu Mythology and Evolution Theory

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Hinduism includes a range of viewpoints about the origin of life, creationism and evolution. The holy book, Rigveda, mentions the Hiranyagarbha(“golden embryo”) which is similar to the world egg as the source of creation of the universe, that has been mentioned in other civilizations. It also contains a myth of the proto-Indo-European origin, the creation [...]

16 12, 2015

Radha and Krishna are not married but why do we worship them together?

By |December 16th, 2015|Categories: Hindu Mythology, krishna|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

There are many things to understand before we start looking into possible explanations given by historians, but before that let us know one thing: The love between Radha and Krishna was not one like some mundane relationship now a days between young girls and young boys. The Love between Radha and Krishna is called Parakiya. They never got [...]

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