God is supreme, powerful, and absolute. He is the source of all forms of energy. God does not require any external source of supplies to experience ecstasy and leisure. We have often seen many people, consuming weed (bhang) and other cannabis in the name of… Read More »Lord Shiva Consuming Weed: Myth or Reality?
In Sanatan Dharma, Shivalinga has many names. Soma is one of the most important names, which means intoxication. Lord Shiva drank poison emanating from the Samundra Manthan (Churning of the oceans). Thus, It is a tradition to offer everything poisonous to Lord Shiva. Due… Read More »Why do we offer milk to Shivalinga?
In India, Guru Purnima is one of the most sacred festivals, which is less known by the new generation due to the lack of awareness. Though, it is again getting surfaced in the modern era. The saga begins around 15,000 years ago, on a full… Read More »Why do we celebrate Guru Purnima?
The Hindu temples are the place where people worship the divine lord. The architecture of the temples is more than just a spiritual approach. A lot of science indulges in the construction of these Hindu temples. Temples are the place where science meets spirituality to… Read More »10 Amazing Science Facts about Hindu Temples
You have often seen many people using copper metal vessels to store water. Have you ever wondered why are they storing water in a copper vessel? The first element to be ever known by man is Copper. The chalcolithic age or the copper age was… Read More »Why to use Copper metal Utensils?
Kamdhenu | Samudra Manthan | Cow | Sanatan Dharma | Hinduism India is a country that has never considered a cow as an animal but as a mother. Our Rishi Munis have mentioned the cow as a mother of the world because they feed a… Read More »Kamdhenu: The sacred cow goddess
Ganga, one of the holy rivers of India, emerges from the Himalayas. People worship Ganges as a symbol of purification and forgiveness. She has also known as Makara and gets depicted as a beautiful lady. The Rig Veda (10.75) has mentioned the river Ganges as… Read More »Ganga Mata: How did river Ganga descent to Earth?
Vijaya, a medicinal herb stated in Ayurveda, has a vital mention in the Shiv Puran. It is one of the five sacred herbs. Several people must have heard about Vijaya as a natural drug substance, but our Rishi Munis praised the herb for its medicinal… Read More »Vijaya: The Kohinoor of herbs
Nataraja | Lord Shiva | Dance | Its Significance Dance is present in the cosmic waves. If you look closely at our dharma, you will observe that our gods express a lot through dancing. Dancing has an aspect of creation. Modern science uses different terminologies… Read More »Bhagwan Nataraja: The God of Cosmic Dance
Panch Kedar | Kedarnath | Kalpeshwar | Madhyamaheshwar | Rudranath | Tunganath Uttarakhand is known as the Devbhoomi, or Land of the Gods, since ancient times. It has been an abode to the gods and great sages of our ancient Bharat and truly is one… Read More »Panch Kedar- The 5 divine Shrines of Lord Shiva