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Goddess Maa Gauri is eighth form of Devi durga. She is majestically worshiped on eighth day of Navratri pooja. She denotes peace and endurance.

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Karni mata mandir is a popular holy shrine of India. This temple is located in Deshnoke, 30km from Bikaner, Rajasthan. It is also known as rats temple.

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why lord Krishna blue in color? Krishna is the omnipotent, supreme god. He can appear in a number of forms. God is always possesses a wonderful form.

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Amarnath cave is located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is dedicated to Shiva. This is the cave which is chosen by bholeshankar for narrating the secrets of immortality.

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The mata Vajreshwari temple is one of the 51 shaktipeeth. It is said to have been founded by the goddess Bajreshwari herself during an ashwameda held at the spot.

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In the story of Jagannath temple, it is one of the major temples in India. This temple is located on the eastern coast of India, at puri in the state of odisha.

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Tulsi mata is considered as the most holy plant in India but Tulsi is not offered to Ganesha because they are involved in a mutual curse.

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Dronacharya was the guru of the Pandavas and kauravas. Guru Dronacharya had taught them all about warfare and some other things.

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The trinity consists of the three most powerful gods of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The lord brahma not ritualistically worshiped like lord Vishnu and lord shiva.

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Lord Shiva is depicted in many images like the one above as wearing snakes around his neck. The thing is that why lord shiva wears snake? There is a deep symbolism behind this.

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