The Hindu Temples have been existent for several 1000 years, and along with…
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Ishta Devata is happy to announce its association with Arsha Vidya Gurkuluam a…
I had the rare privilege of presenting Ishta Devata to Bala Periyava His…
In today’s post let us see why we apply “the holy ash” also known as Bhasma and vibhuti.
In this post, we are going to discuss about the “Kalasha”. What is a kalasha? A copper, brass or mud pot, which is filled with water.
In this post, we will focus on understanding why every house has a…
We regard trees and plants as sacred elements since our God, the life in us, permeate all living beings, be they plants or animals. Hence, they are all regarded as sacred.
In Hinduism Shaanti, means “Peace”, it is an innate state of being. Wherein disturbances are created either by others or us.
Aarti is a ritual followed in Hinduism; it is practiced during the puja in North India and towards the end in South India.
Rudraksha is allied to Lord Shiva in the trinity of Hinduism; it is an evergreen tree that grows from the Gangetic plains
Swami Ramanuja is a great saint of south India, who has given us an easy way to follow to attain salvation.
Read on to learn about the lower worlds in Hinduism.
The Earth is the lowest among the 7 higher worlds in Hinduism . Read on to know more about the other worlds.
The concept of Hinduism is not something that can be explained in one blog post.
Sarvam Omkāra eva: Everything is Om, indeed.
Mantras serve as an extension of consciousness.
The lotus flower is one of the most sacred symbols in Hinduism.
Brahman is an invisible force that waltzes through the universe, not caring about any of its attractions.
The word Namaste has its roots in Sanskrit, which roughly translates to ‘I bow to you’.