Spring Festival Of Colour
Oh boy, about three weeks ago on the 8th of March the beautifully vibrant Holi festival took place around the world. It's one of those ama...
Kali is the goddess of destruction and the consort to Shiva. Death cannot touch her so she is depicted standing on a corpse. She is the ultimate symbol of death and pain so Hindus believe that going beyond her will bring enlightenment.
The lotus flower symbolizes prosperity, beauty, fertility, eternity and eternal youth. Many gods are seen holding or standing on a lotus.
Mantras of Lord Ganesha for removing Obstacles
Looking for Mantras of Lord Ganesha for removing Obstacles that are blocking your path of success? Given are Ganapati Siddhi Mantras, its Benefits, Meaning, Symbolism and more information on Vinayaka.
Sri Meenakshi Temple (This Hindu temple is dedicated to Shiva and his consort Parvati), Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India | Blaine Harrington III
Sri Meenakshi Temple (This Hindu temple is dedicated to Shiva and his consort Parvati), Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Top 10 Most Powerful Hindu Gods/Lords
There are a large number of gods in India. Well Hinduism consists of a long list of gods which are worshipped whereas only 33 gods were mentioned in the Rig Veda. Well every religion says that GOD I
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Karma is the balance of one's actions. It is based on cause and effect and is the account of good and bad things a person has done in this life. the more bad things you do the longer it will take to attain Moksha. The purpose of Karma is the awakening of our empathy and is our motivation to improve reality.
First pictures reveal success of life-saving surgery on toddler with eight limbs
Doctors in India have successfully operated on a 2-year-old girl born with four arms, four legs and extra internal organs. A team of around 30 medics removed what amounted to Lakshmi Tatma's headless identical twin sister who had been joined at the pelvis and did not develop and separate properly in the womb
Home Puja includes the seeing of the deity. The ritual is performed to host, honour and worship one or more deities. Once the ritual is complete the blessed food is consumed.