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07th Nov 2013
Guru Nanak - Gurpurab

Guru Nanak Jayanti

 Guru Nanak Jayanti (Gurpurab) Guru Nanak Jayanti or Gurpurab, is the most auspicious festival of Sikh community in India. Nanakpanthi hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak’s philosophy also celebrate...

17th Oct 2013
Shri Krishna lifting goverdhan

Govardhan Puja (festival)

Govardhan Puja   Legend behind Govardhan Puja ‘Govardhan’ is a small hillock situated at ‘Braj’, near Mathura. As per  Vishnu Purana,  people of Gokul used to worship and offer prayer...

28th May 2013
Mur demon and Ekadashi

Ekadashi vrata and its importance

The interesting story of Ekadashi vrata and its importance The Ekadashi day is the most purifying of all days and observing fast on this day takes away all the sins....

15th Nov 2012
Chhath - worship of Sun

Festival of Chhath

The Chhath festival Chhath – worship of Sun Chhath is a festival of reverence to the solar deity, the only festival in the world where devotees offer salutations to the...

14th Nov 2012
Shiva killing Tripusura

The festival of Kartik Poornima (Kartik Purnima)

The festival of Kartik Poornima (Purnima) Though Kartik Poornima is not treated as a full-fledged festival, there are enough mythological stories which suggest that this is a very important day...

10th Oct 2012
Chitragupt puja mantra (shloka)

The festival of Chitragupta puja or dawaat puja

The festival of Chitragupta puja Every year, a day after diwali, Kayastha’s all over the world Chitragupta puja. This festival is also known as Dawaat puja. It is believed that...

24th Oct 2011
Bhagirath doing penance to bring Ganga on earth

The story of Ganga (The Ganges)

The Ganges The story of Ganga coming to earth is long but interesting, I will try to keep this as short as possible without losing the plot.  In World mythology,...

25th Jan 2011
Dashavatar

Dashavatara – Indian mythology

Dashavatara Dashavatar is ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. In Indian mythology, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh (Shiv) are symbols of creator, saviour and destroyer. Whenever there is a decline of religion and...

21st Aug 2009
Dome of Jwalamukhi temple

Jwalamukhi Temple – Sati Shakti Peeth

Jwalamukhi Temple – Sati Shakti Peeth Jwalamukhi is one among the 52 shakti peeth in India. This is 30 kms from kangra and 56 kms from Dharamshala. There is no...

31st Jul 2009
Maa Durga

The story of Navratri festival

Navratri – worship of Maa Durga Navratri is nine days of worship done to thank Goddess Durga. Whole of Iindia celebrates this festival. The festival of Navratri is celebrated twice in India.  Once...

25th Nov 2014
Bhima killing Kichaka

Seven little known facts of Bhima

Bhima – a wise person Contray to belief that he was strong and could be easily provoked, few of  know that he was a level headed person and he had...

10th Nov 2014
Drona providing knowledge of Brahmastra to Arjuna

Seven little known facts about Arjuna

Arjuna, the gifted archer of his times, has struggled and humbled few times. Being a good disciple, he had the liking of his Guru and Lord Krishna, which provided him...

25th Oct 2014
Ugna Mahadev Mandir

When Lord Shiva became a servant (Ugna)

Lord Shiva as a servant of Poet Vidyapati in form of Ugna Do you know that Lord Shiva once served Poet Vidyapati as a servant. Incredible, but true, Lord Shiva...

22nd Oct 2014
Satyabhama and Narakasura

The festival of Naraka Chaturdashi (before Diwali)

The story of Narakasura Narakasura, was the son of Bhumi devi. Bhumi devi ensured her son’s long life through a boon from Lord Vishnu. The Boon from Brahma He acquired...

10th Oct 2014
Lord Vishnu

Why Lord Vishnu is also known as Murari

Lord Vishnu – The Murari Lord Vishnu is also known as Murari. There is an interesting story behind this because as usual, he came to the rescue of Devtas when...

02nd Oct 2014
Maa Siddhidatri

Maa Siddhidatri is worshipped on Navratri’s ninth day

Maa Siddhidatri Maa Siddhidatri is the ninth manifestation of Durga and is worshipped on the ninth day of Ashwin’s month Shuklapaksha.She is represented with four arms sitting on lotus flower....

01st Oct 2014
Maa Mahagauri

Maa Mahagauri is worshipped on Navratri’s eighth day

Maa Mahagauri She is worshipped on the eighth day of Navaratri. According to Hindu mythology, Devi Maha Gauri is extremely fair white in colour and very beautiful. Maha means great, extreme...

01st Oct 2014
Maa Kalratri

Maa Kalratri is worshipped on Navratri’s seventh day

Maa Kalratri The seventh manifestation of Mother Durga, worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri, is Goddess Kalratri. Devi Kalratri is the seventh aspect of Durga and Worshiped among Navdurga....

30th Sep 2014
Rama and Ravana - The Ramayana

The Ramayana (Rama and Ravana ) story in pictures – Yuddha Kand (10)

The final battle of Lanka and end of Ravana The end of Ravana is approaching fast. He has lost his brothers and son Indrajit  in the battle. As a true...

30th Sep 2014
Maa Katyayani

Maa Katyayani is worshipped on Navratri’s sixth day

Maa Katyayani The sixth manifestation of Goddess Durga worshipped on Navratri Shasti is ‘Katyayani’. The goddess is known as Katyayani because she was born to Sage Katyayan. The sixth manifestation...

29th Sep 2014
Maa Skandmata

Maa Skandmata is worshipped on Navratri’s fifth day

Maa Skandmata The fifth manifestation of the goddess Durga was named Skandamata. As she is mother of Lord Skand (Kartikeya), she is called as Skandmata. The Goddess in this form...

28th Sep 2014
Maa Kushmanda

Maa Kushmanda is worshipped on Navratri’s fourth day

Maa Kushmanda Maa Kushmanda is the fourth manifestation of Goddess Durga. On the fourth day of Navratri Pooja, worship of Devi Kushmanda is performed giving her whole reverence. She nurtures...

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