Ved Vyasa took Lord Ganesha’s help in writing Mahabharat and other stories.
Diwali festival, the festival of lights During the second part of the year, Indians celebrate a lot of important festivals with zeal and vigour. During this period, Navratra, Dusshera and Diwali are celebrated. Diwali is one of them, which holds a very auspicious place in Hindu festivals. In most parts of India, Diwali is celebrated… Continue reading Diwali Celebrations
Ganesha, Kartikeya and Narada Once, Narada took a mango to Lord Shiva and Parvati where the two sons of Lord were also present. He presented the mango to Parvati and said that this mango is special and requested her to accept the mango. Parvati intended to distribute the fruit between her two sons, Ganesha and Kartikeya equally, but sage… Continue reading Clever Ganesha and Narada’s mango – Indian mythology
Ganesha – The Rescuer When Bhagiratha brought Ganga from Lord Shiva’s hair, some part of Ganga remained with him. Parvati, being the consort of Shiva, didn’t like this. Parvati resolved that a way had to be found to remove Ganga from Shiva’s hair. She tried persuasion, but Shiva refused to listen. There was a drought… Continue reading Clever Ganesha and Sage Gautam
Madhubani painting – a folk art form Madhubani painting is a popular folk art form from India. This folk art form is originated in a small town of bihar, India and gained popularity. The subject is often nature, hindu gods and mythological stories. Let u shave a look at some of them. Ganesha The following… Continue reading Madhubani paintings and Indian mythology (in pictures)
Birth of Lord Ganesha The birth of Lord Ganesha birth can be regarded as interesting as any story could be. Ganesha was born unknown to Lord Shiva. Goddess Parvati needed someone to guard the chambers while she was taking bath. It happened in the past that Shiva devotee allowed him access when she did not… Continue reading Interesting story of birth of Lord Ganesha and duel with Shiva