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Hinduism is the World’s most sacred and the oldest religion. Hinduism is a way of life and is often called as the eternal law beyond human origins. Learn all about Hinduism, the rituals, how to perform puja, know about the temples and Hindu Gods and more.

Why Ganga is considered as a Holy River? – History, Origin, Rituals and Places...

The GANGA, our national river is the largest river of Indian sub-continent, flowing east through the Gangetic Plains of Northern India into Bangladesh. The GANGA starts from western Himalayas in Uttarakhand. It is worshiped...

The Story of Maharishi Dadhichi

Dadhichi, also known as Dadhyancha, is an important character in Hindu mythology. He was one of the greatest devotees of Lord Shiva. It is believed that after Shiva had been separated from Shakti, he...

A Collection of 7 stories of Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna and Arishthasura One day, a massive bull came to Vrindavan and started attacking the people. Nobody knew where it came from, and everyone started running helter-skelter to save their lives. They then came...

10 Hindu Dieties that everyone should know before they take a pilgrimage to India

Are you planning a pilgrimage to the birthplace of yoga? If so, then congratulations on taking steps towards what will undoubtedly be a life-changing experience! Before you begin your sacred journey to India, it’s important...

This is how J.R.D.Tata inspired Dilip Kumar

Legendary actor Yusuf Khan known by the name of Dilip Kumar in Bollywood shared an incident of his life that gave him the inspiration of being humble no matter how successful and how big...

20 Quotes from the Ancient Hindu Scriptures

Most humbly we bow to You, O Supreme Lord. At Your command moves the mighty wheel of time. You are eternal, and beyond eternity. (Artharva Veda) The one who loves all intensely begins perceiving in all living beings a part...

Learn All About The Dashavatara’s of Lord Vishnu

It is said that Lord Vishnu incarnates on earth from time to time to eradicate evil forces and to restore Dharma. Dashavatara is a sanskrit word which refers to ten avatars of Lord Vishnu. Four...

Janamasthami – Why Is It Celebrated & What Is It’s Importance

Janmashtami is a religious festival of Hindus. Janamasthami is also famous as Krishnashtami, Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti and Sree Jayanti. Janamasthami is celebrated in India as birthday of Lord Krishna. Krishna was the eighth...

A Collection of 5 stories related to Lord Krishna

Krishna and the Witch Putana Krishna’s uncle Kansa was desperate to kill him, so he told a witch called Putana to go ahead with the task. The witch dressed up as a beautiful woman and...

What is Ram Navami and how is it celebrated?

Every year, the followers of Vedic culture celebrate two Navratris – Chaitra Navratri and Sharadiya Navratri. Both festivals are equally revered by people but Chaitra Navratri is special because the ninth day attributed to...

What is Veda? What are the various forms of Veda?

Veda is a Sanskrit word from the root, vid, meaning “to know." Thus, veda means "knowledge" or "wisdom." The Vedas are the most ancient Hindu and yogic texts. Written in Sanskrit, they are considered to...

How To Worship Lord Shiva – 10+5 Tips To Follow For Sure

Lord Shiva or Shiv Shankar or Bholenath, is regarded as the supreme, the most divine amongst all the gods in Hinduism. This is the reason he is also called as 'Maha Dev' which simply...