Indian mythology – A treasure trove of learnings

The festival of Teej

The festival of Teej


Ganesha Chaturthi festival is celebarted all over India and especially in Maharashtra. During this festival, people observe elaborate rituals and worship idols of Lord Ganesha.

Seven interesting stories of Lord Ganesha (Indian mythology)

Ganesha Chaturthi festival

21 facts of Lord Krishna


 Importance of Shivlinga

Lord Shiva is known as a destroyer in holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. But there are another aspects of Lord which is captivating.

Mahakal Shringar on Mahashivratri
Mahakal Shringar on Mahashivratri

The meaning and importance of Shivlinga

Kanwar festival or Shravan festival in India

In Indian mythology, we find mention of stories which are not only interesting, but also serve a message/ purpose. Mahabharata is one such epic, where we find these types of topics in abundance. Here are seven captivating stories from the epic Mahabharata from Indian mythology.

Unknown facts about Karna

Seven little known facts about Karna from the Mahabharata – Karna – the most virtuous but tragic warrior from Mahabharata had a lot going against him. Karna was the eldest son of Kunti. He was born before Kunti was wedded, so Kunti had to let him go and He, being the eldest and most deserving, had to live his life …… Read more

Seven little known facts about Karna from the Mahabharata

Unknown facts about Lord Krishna

21 facts of Lord Krishna
Shri Krishna is perhaps the most written about amongst the incarnations of Lord Vishnu. His stories are magical, inspiring and sometimes they look human like. Please read on for some interesting and unknown facts about him. …. Read more

21 facts of Lord Krishna

Unknown facts about Mahabharata

Seven little known facts from the Mahabharata (1)

Draupadi could have fourteen husbands instead of five

Draupadi is one of the most  talked about character of Mahabharata. Few people know that she could have fourteen husbands.

Unknown facts about 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 and more. There is an interesting story of a competition between two brothers, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kartikeya and how Lord Kartikeya subsequently chose to live in Tanil region. He is also the commander of devtas.

Seven unknown facts about Lord Kartikeya

Read the stories about Lord Hanumana

Seven unknown facts of Lord Hanumana

The story behind Lord Hanumana’s panchmukhi roopa

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