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How pre-Aryan symbol ‘Swastika’ is older than 11000 years?

Swastika is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism & Jainism and a symbol of ancient religion which is in the form of equilateral cross having four legs bent at 90 deg...

4 months ago . 155 views

Krishna As Girl

Strivesha is a depiction of Krishna as a woman, writes DEVDUTT PATTANAIK, and narrates stories related to the form of Krishna that displays joy and showers affection

1 year ago . 657 views

Shravan 2018: Benefits of chanting the Shiva Moola Mantra

Lord Shiva, who is a part of the powerful trinity (the others being Brahma - The Creator and Vishnu -The Preserver), is also known as the Destroyer.

1 year ago . 183 views

Why Hindus Perform Pind Dan At Gaya!

Pind Dan is a ritual which is conducted after the Cremation of an individual. Hindus believe that Pind Dan is a must after the death of their loved ones. It is considered...

9 months ago . 245 views

Amarnath cave shrine not a silent zone, NGT clarifies

Due silence has to be maintained only in front of the ice stalagmite resembling the ‘Shivalinga’, the NGT said.

1 year ago . 193 views

The fascinating legends of Navratri

With Navratri just around the corner, there is a significant degree of bliss and felicity in the air surrounding the people of different cultural backgrounds. Owing to th...

1 year ago . 206 views

Canon EOS M50 review: Compact, but with DSLR versatility
1 year ago . 376 views

Top 5 Best Cricket Kits in India
1 year ago . 242 views

Sacred grass Durva

Special grass used in Hindu rituals is rich in mythology, says Devdutt Pattanaik

1 year ago . 175 views


Who is Jesus Christ? Is Jesus God? Has Jesus Christ ever claimed to be God? See the evidence from the life of Jesus Christ that why believing in Jesus Christ is not super...

5 months ago . 134 views

What is Kumbh mela ?

Kumbh Mela is the biggest Hinduism fair and a spiritual congregation held every 12 years in four Holy cities Prayag (Allahabad), Haridwar, Ujjain and Tryambakeshwar-Nashi...

11 months ago . 213 views

If the Earth stopped spinning
2 years ago . 275 views

Why Polygamy is not allowed in Hinduism?

Why Polygamy is not allowed in Hinduism? The weird custom of having more than one spouse, either wife or husband at the same time is considered illegal and foul in In...

10 months ago . 169 views

Vishwakarma Day 2018: History, significance, shubh muhurat and puja timings

According to Hindu tradition, Vishwakarma is known as the creator of the world. Vishwakarma Puja is celebrated mostly by industrial workers, engineers, weavers, artists a...

1 year ago . 388 views

Who Is A Good Hindu?

It’s a political issue; for four years not much was talked about it and suddenly it has become an issue once again. As a nation, we need to move forward, we need to...

12 months ago . 160 views

Top 10 Best Home Appliances Brands in India 2019
6 months ago . 196 views

Paradeswar Temple

Paradeswar Temple is located in Dharamgarh, Orissa. Established in 2001, the Paradeswar Temple is a Holy Place for worshipping Lord Shiva.The sacred Mercury Linga, weighi...

1 year ago . 437 views

Durga Puja: Significance of Saptami, Ashtami, Here's Everything You Need To Know About It

It's safe to say, that nothing can compare to the joy of Durga Puja celebrations. During these days, the city doesn’t sleep and the people are all decked up for...

2 months ago . 151 views

Who is a Hindu? Life, death and afterlife

When a young Adi Shankaracharya asked permission to become a monk 1,200 years ago, his widowed mother gave her assent reluctantly, but with one caveat, that he would perf...

1 year ago . 193 views

Jagannath - The Rebirth
1 year ago . 181 views

LG OLED55E8PLA review
1 year ago . 360 views

Asus ZenBook UX580GE Review
1 year ago . 347 views

Janmashtami 2018: Puja Vidhi, Tithi and Timings

An avatar of Lord Vishnu, Krishna was born while his parents - Devaki and Vasudev - were held captive by his maternal uncle Kansa, the King of Mathura.

1 year ago . 215 views

Karwa Chauth 2018: Puja, rituals, process and fast

The auspicious festival of Karwa Chauth, which is considered as one of the heritage of North Western India, is now celebrated nationwide.

1 year ago . 149 views

Nirjala Ekadashi Vrat

Nirjala refers to ‘without water’ and Ekadashi is the eleventh day of the lunar month. Nirjala Ekadashi Vrat is, therefore, counted amongst one of the toughes...

1 year ago . 420 views

Devdutt Pattanaik - Nataraj's Secret
1 year ago . 226 views

Best Gym Gloves in India – The Complete Buying Guide
11 months ago . 296 views

Sati - why the British banned it !

Sati – self immolation became the norm in medieval India only because of the barbaric way the muslim invaders treated our womenfolk after their victory. This was mo...

1 year ago . 290 views

The unfinished Jagannath idol at Puri

Among the most exalted of all Vishnu temples is the one at Puri, in Orissa, where the deity is called Jagannath – the Lord of the Universe. Jagannath is an incarnat...

5 months ago . 241 views

Go after truth, no matter where it comes from

To the seeker after Truth it is immaterial from where an idea comes. The source and development of an idea is a matter for the academic. In fact, in order to understand T...

1 year ago . 283 views

5 Best External Hard Disks (1TB) in India
1 year ago . 297 views

The Sound "Om" Has a Shape, and It Looks a Lot Like Our Universe (VIDEO)

What if you could see sound instead of just hearing it? It may sound like something your hippie friend might ask, but sound really does have physical shape, and with the ...

10 months ago . 451 views


Guide to good omens of Kerala

2 years ago . 340 views

Ramazan 2018: 5 Science-Backed Ways How Intermittent Fasting Benefits Everyone

Here's why you must adopt Intermittent Fasting as a way of life. Intermittent Fasting is the latest fitness trend that has spread like a wildfire. From nutritioni...

1 year ago . 165 views

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2018: Here’s how the festival is celebrated

On the actual day of the festival, the holy book is carried in procession.

1 year ago . 144 views

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