Famous stories from Indian mythology

Indian mythology

Indian mythology is a supreme collection of teachings, learnings and inspiring stories. There are four important vedas, a lot of puranas, upanishads and many more. Then there is Ramayana and Mahabharata. Mahabhrata is also known as Fifth veda, and it is a mesmerizing story of human relationships.

Most popular stories from Indian mythology

Then in Indian mythology, there are three supreme deities, also called as Trinity. These are Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. There are incarnations of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva and Shakti peeths. Each of these are of great relevance to Hindus.

Most popular stories about Lord Shiva

Lord Shiva

Lord Shiva

Lord Shiva, the god of destruction is actually easy to appease. He is also known as Bhole Baba. There are important Jyotorlingas of him which are reverred by Hindus. Few people know that Goddess Parvati had done great penance to get Lord Shiva as her husband and their marriage was done on Mahashivaratri day.

Most popular stories about Lord Vishnu

Lord Vishnu is the second of holy trinity and he is entrusted with welfare of everyone. He took ten incarnations from time to time to help mankind and devtas. His tenth avatar, the Kalki avatar is slated to appear at the end of Kaliyuga. Krishna Avatar and Rama avatar are two of his most famous avatars.

Most popular stories about Lord Hanumana

Hanuman jee

Hanuman jee

Lord Hanumana helped the Rama incarnation of Lord Vishnu in killing of Ravana. He is also believed to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. His famous exploit was in Sunder Kand, where he located Sita Maa at Lanka and destroyed Lanka, the city of Ravana.

Most popular stories about Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna

One of the most popular avatars of Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna helped Pandavas immensely to win the battle of Mahabharata. This war was fought over eighteen days. He also killed Kansa and his exploits as a child are equally famous.

Other stories from Indian mythology

One thought on “Famous stories from Indian mythology

Leave a Reply