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Ganesha Symbolism

Ganesha Symbolism

Lord Ganesha is the first to be worshiped by all the gods. Lord Ganesha is also the beloved son of Mata Parvati and is also the most intelligent. All symbols have some meaning with Lord Ganesha.
Haridwar Maha Kumbh Mela Bathing Dates 2021

Haridwar Maha Kumbh Mela Bathing Dates 2021

The bathing dates are tentative, and subject to change as per the final announcement of the competent authority of the Kumbh Mela Haridwar 2021.
Humility is the path to progress

Humility is the path to progress

We should treat everyone with humility. Humanity should be treated by all, abandoning hostile feelings. Our progress is in the advancement of the other.
Important books and their authors

Important books and their authors

Hindu texts and authors | important books and their authors
35 secrets of Lord Shiva that you should know

35 secrets of Lord Shiva that you should know

Lord Shiva, the God of Gods, Mahadev, who is known by the names of Bholenath, Adinath and Adidev, is 1008 names of Lord Shiva. There are 35 such secrets of Lord Shiva that you should know.
Grahan Yoga or Dosha and Remedy

Grahan Yoga or Dosha and Remedy

Aarti is a unique gesture of Lord worship. We celebrate the Lord with Abhishek, Pujan and Nevaidya, finally the Aarti for the expression of our reverence, devotion and Prabhuprema is the Aarti bhava which is worshiped with pomp and distraction.
Why do the Lord's Aarti?

Why do the Lord's Aarti?

Aarti is a unique gesture of Lord worship. We celebrate the Lord with Abhishek, Pujan and Nevaidya, finally the Aarti for the expression of our reverence, devotion and Prabhuprema is the Aarti bhava which is worshiped with pomp and distraction.
Why is the kanyaadaan performed in marriage?

Why is the kanyaadaan performed in marriage?

Daughters are bright in the parents' home. It is said that in a house where there are no daughters, there is a marriage or some Teej festival seems like some emptiness.
Why the custom of applying kumkum to tilak in worship?

Why the custom of applying kumkum to tilak in worship?

There are many traditions related to worship in our Hindu religion like tying the thread of worship, offering fruits, applying tilak etc. on the wrist during worship.
Why the tradition of getting up in Brahma Muhurta?

Why the tradition of getting up in Brahma Muhurta?

There are many traditions prevalent in Hinduism. There is not only religious reason behind these traditions but also scientific reason. The tradition of getting up in Brahma Muhurta is very old in Hinduism.
What are mantras, why are they recited?

What are mantras, why are they recited?

In Indian Vedic literature, every letter of the Hindi alphabet is labeled as a mantra. Nad is Brahm there. How many letters will be in each mantra, it has been chosen according to the fruit of the mantra. Its fruit changes according to the letters located in the mantra
Worship of Hindu Gods

Worship of Hindu Gods

Worshiping two Shivlinga, three Ganesha, two conch, two Sun, two Durga idols, two Gomti Chakras and two Shaligrams in the house leads to unrest.
Why is Belparat offered on Shivling?

Why is Belparat offered on Shivling?

Often we offer Belpatras on the Shivling in the temple. Have you ever thought what is its importance and what is it done for?
Do you know? 8 such people will live till the end of the earth.

Do you know? 8 such people will live till the end of the earth.

There are 8 people who were born on earth and live till today. It should be said that he is immortal. Immortality is also called chirngovi hono.
How to please Lord Shri Ganesh?

How to please Lord Shri Ganesh?

Lord Shriganesh is not a simple deity. He is the true Anantakoti-Brahmandanayaka Jagannianata Paratpar Brahm. Shri Ganesh ji is also the paramount of thirty three crore Gods and Goddesses.
The meaning of three  famous Hindu texts in one word

The meaning of three famous Hindu texts in one word

Hinduism is a sacred religion. Its basis is sacred scripture, whose number is very high but three texts are very famous. Which have their own importance. These three texts are Ramayana, Mahabharata and Gita.
List of Shiva temples in India

List of Shiva temples in India

Lord Shiva is a Hindu deity worshiped by Shaiva people. Lord Shiva destroys ignorance spread throughout the universe. Lord Shiva is one of the trinity. Lord Shiva is also known as Mahadev. Lord Shiva is the deity of all and is worshiped by all.
Shiva temples in and around Delhi, major Shiva temples of Delhi NCR

Shiva temples in and around Delhi, major Shiva temples of Delhi NCR

In Sanatan Dharma, Lord Shiva is the deity of all the deities or it can be said that Lord Shiva is the deity of the deity. Lord Shiva is one of the trinity. Lord Shiva is also known as Mahadev.
Special Bhole bhajans on the auspicious day of Mahashivaratri 2020

Special Bhole bhajans on the auspicious day of Mahashivaratri 2020

Lord Shiva is one of the tridev. Lord Shiva is also called Bhole, it is said that Lord Shiva becomes happy even with only the bael leaves. The day of Shivaratri is the most loved day of Lord Shiva as Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati were married on this day.
If you are planning to go on Shri Amarnathji's journey then you need to know these things

If you are planning to go on Shri Amarnathji's journey then you need to know these things

If you are planning to go on Shri Amarnathji's journey then you need to know these things
About Shri Bhagavad Gita, why Shri Krishna gave the teachings of Gita

About Shri Bhagavad Gita, why Shri Krishna gave the teachings of Gita

The Bhagavad Gita is the main book of Hinduism. The name of the Bhagavad Gita appears in the most prominent texts of Hindus. There is a sermon given by Lord Krishna in Bhagavad Gita.
Know about the famous Temples of Varanasi

Know about the famous Temples of Varanasi

Varanasi city which is located in Uttar Pradesh, India. Varanasi is a very old city which is also known as Kashi. It is said that the city of Kashi was very dear to Madhav.
Know about the famous Temples of Mata around Delhi NCR

Know about the famous Temples of Mata around Delhi NCR

Mother Goddess is considered a symbol of power. Goddess Parvati is called Mother. Goddess Parvati has many forms. Many famous temples of Mata Parvati are located around Delhi NCR.
Know about the ancient temples of Delhi and how old they are

Know about the ancient temples of Delhi and how old they are

The city of Delhi, which is not the capital of India, is called the heart of India. Delhi has its own political and religious history.

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