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03rd Mar 2015
Colours of Holi

The festival of colours – Holi

Holi – The colour festival Holi, the festival of colors, is one of the important festivals of India, including Navaratri, Diwali and Eid. Holi is a very popular festival of...

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...

14th Apr 2014
Hanuman jee

Seven unknown facts of Lord Hanumana

Lord Hanumana Lord Hanumana is famous for his devotion towards Lord Rama. He helped him tremendously in getting back Sita from the clutches of Ravana, the demon king. His famous...

25th Feb 2014
true meaning of Shivlinga

The meaning and importance of Shivlinga

What is Shivlinga? Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of linga from ancient times. Lord Shiva is one of the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and even considered...

08th Feb 2014

108 names of Lord Shiva

  108 Names of Lord Shiva Lord Shiva, one of the holy trinity of gods, is believed to play the role of the destroyer to this universe. He is father...

19th Dec 2013
Shri Krishna challenging Bhishma in the war of Kurukshetra

Seven unknown facts from Mahabharata about Bhishma Pitamah

Seven untold and unknown facts about Bhishma Pitamah from Mahabharata   Bhishma, or Devvrata will be known in the history as one of the great warriors who adorned this earth....

22nd Sep 2013
Bhishma and Parshurama

Bhishma and Parshurama – Two great warriors

The battle between Bhishma and Parshurama Amba’s abduction Bhishma (son of Shantanu and Ganga) was a great archer and a warrior. He is known for his vow of celibacy and...

28th May 2013
La Tomatina

La Tomatina – The tomato festival in Bunol (Spain)

La Tomatina The History Bunol, Valencia is famous for Tomatina festival, which is held in every year in the month of August. Its start dates back to 1945, when during...

02nd Apr 2013
Sikhs celebrating Baisakhi

Baisakhi – The festival of new year

Baisakhi – The festival of North India Baisakhi or Vaisakhi, is an important festival of Hindus and Sikhs as it marks the beginning of the new year. In April, this...

29th Dec 2012
Sun god visits his son, Shani

The festival of Makar sankranti

First major festival of the year 14th January is very auspicious from Hindu religion point of view. On this day, sun transits into capricorn(makar) rashi. Makar Sankranti thus means –...

29th Dec 2012
Lohri bonfire

The festival of Lohri (The bonfire festival)

Lohri – The Bonfire festival of India Lohri is the time when harvesting is celebrated. It is the Indian festival of bonfire, other being Holi. Lohri is celebrated on winter...

28th Apr 2012
Miniature painitng - Folk Art - Shri Krishna

What is Folk Art

Indian, Japanese and Chinese Folk Art Folk  art is any form of  art which is local to a particular geography, and may have slowly gained the stature of importance. A...

25th Jan 2011

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...

25th Feb 2015
Srisailam Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna swamy temple

Mallikarjun Jyotirlinga – Lord Shiva’s temple

The Jyotirlinga of Mallikarjun : Lord Shiva Temple at Srisailam Mallikarjun at Srisailam is one among the twelve Jyotirlinga, situated at Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh.  Mallikarjuna is an ancient temple of...

10th Feb 2015
Somnath Mandir at Night

Jyotirlinga : Somnath ( Temple of Lord Shiva )

Somnath : Foremost of the twelve Jyotirlinga First among the twelve jyotirlinga, located at Prabhas Patan in Saurashtra – Gujrat.  Somnath means,  ‘The protector of Moon God’.  Somnath temple was...

25th Jan 2015

The story of Goddess Lakshmi

The story of Goddess Lakshmi Lakshmi, The Hindu Goddess is Goddess of wealth, beauty and fertility.   Her four hands represents the four goal of human life , dharma, kama,...

10th Jan 2015
Lord Murugan

Seven unknown facts about Lord Kartikeya

Lord Kartikeya Lord Kartikeya, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati, is the worshipped prominently in south India. He is known by different names – Lord Swaminatha, Lord Murugan, Skand...

09th Jan 2015
Sarawati Puja festival

The festival of Saraswati Puja

The festival of Saraswati Puja Saraswati Puja or Vasant Panchami is the festival of scholars. On this day, goddess Saraswati is worshipped. She is considered to be the goddess of...

01st Jan 2015
Lord Rama with his brothers, Sita and Hanumana

Seven unknown facts of Lord Rama

Seven unknown and untold facts about Lord Rama Happy new year 2015. Freeflow presents seven facts about Lord Rama to you to start your year. Have a great time ahead....

23rd Dec 2014
Uttara Swaminatha at Malai Mandir

Malai Mandir and festival of Skanda Sashti

Malai Mandir Malai Mandir is a place to experience divine feelings, peace. Situated at the heart of Delhi, This temple complex houses the temples of Shri Swaminatha Swami, Shri Karpaga...

10th Dec 2014
Lotus plant - A symbol of purity

Seven sacred plants and trees for Hindus

Seven Sacred plants and trees and their importance We all know that we are dependent on plants and trees for our survival, or in other words we can’t survive without...

10th Dec 2014
Marriage of Padmavati and Lord

When Lord Vishnu borrowed from Lord Kubera

The interesting story of how and why Lord Vishnu has to borrow  Yes, this is true, not only he had to borrow, but he is still in debt. In Indian...

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...

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