Parashar Lake is a lake which gives the feeling of tranquility. This lake is available in Mandi and it is said to be a place of meditation for Sage Parashar. Incidentally Sage Parashar was the person who made Satyavati to emanate a fragrance from her body thus transforming her from Matsyagandha to Satyavati. Story behind […]
Jwalamukhi is a famous Shakti Peeth temple in Himachal Pradesh. Devi’s tongue fell here and the idols are Devi as Ambika (Mother) and Shiva as Unmatta (Furious). This is located near Kangra is Himachal Pradesh. From Jalandhar to Jalamukhi by local transport like tanga. The Temple of Jwalamukhi is an astounding sacred power point – […]
The incarnation of Narsigh Avatar is closely associated with the festival of Holi. Read the following story for details. http://ritsin.com/the-complete-story-of-narsingh-avatar-vishnu-dashavatara.html/
Unbelievable but true. Shri Krishna was once bound by the youngest of Pandavas. This happened like this: Once Shri Krishna asked Sahadeva that what should be done to prevent Mahabharata war. Sahadeva replied that Krishna himself must be tied down and imprisoned. He said that all Pandavas along with Duryodhana must be sent to forest and Karna […]
Lord Mahakal at Ujjain is decorated daily. The Lord looks so beautiful that it is hard to express him in words. Have a look at him. http://ritsin.com/seven-unknown-facts-about-lord-shiva.html/ Do you know that Lord Hanuman is an avatar of Lord Shiva It is believed that Lord Hanuman is the eleventh reincarnation of the Lord. Also, Hanuman is often […]
Makar Sankranti is the festival of til-gul where sesame and jaggery laddoos or chikkis are distributed among all. They are generally accompanied by the saying, “Til-gul ghya ani gud gud bola“, which translates to ‘eat these sesame seeds and jaggery and speak sweet words’. The festival is one of bonding where every member of society is asked to bury […]
The benevolent Lord Shiva is decorated everyday at Ujjain.
Lohri is celebrated in remembrance and praise of Dulha Batti. Dulha Batti was a Muslim robber who lived during the era of King Akbar. He was a robber but a good person. He would steal from the rich and distribute the wealth among the poor. He rescued girls who were being forcibly taken away. He […]
Yes, this is true. After the breaking fast of the second day people go on a fast of 36 hours without drinking water. This is an important fact Of Chhath Puja. Read about Chhath Puja here. Also, Lord Rama, Karna and Draupadi have observed Chhath Puja. The worship of Sun God brings a lot for the devotees.