Atman in Sanatan Dharma defines the breathing one. The one true being residing inside every living being present on this planet. Our Upanishads states atman as eternal and supreme creation living beyond the physical world. After a person dies in the real world (Earth), their… Read More »Atman: Is it Soul or the Eternal Self?
Janaeu Dharan is a custom followed by Brahmins and some Kshatriyas in Hinduism. Janaeu is a sacred white thread worn by a Brahman boy after the age of 12. It holds a deeper meaning in the Vedic scriptures. Janaeu Dharan is a practice that follows… Read More »Janaeu Dharan: Amazing Facts and Rituals
Ancient Vedic scriptures depict that rudraksh beads formed by the tears (Aksha) of Lord Shiva (Rudra). Yogi’s, Saints, Sages, and Mystics from India, Nepal, China, and across Asia use rudraksha beads for balancing the mind, emotions and creating the proper environment for meditation and peaceful… Read More »Amazing Significance of Rudraksha
Vishnu Puran said to be written around 1000 BCE ago (at least 3000 years old or maybe much more) that came to be known as the intellectual Vyasa. On the other hand, Charles Darwin proposed the Theory Of Evolution in 1859 ( less than 200… Read More »Vishnu Puran – Theory of Evolution
Om Mantra is an ancient Sanskrit mantra and spiritual symbol in Indian religions. Which was first felt by rishis as they meditated. Eventually, as the experience proliferated, the word came forth and people started chanting it to feel the same experience. OM is also one… Read More »Amazing Power of Chanting Om Mantra
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?
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?
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
You must have read some books or have heard from many yogis about Chakras. But, do you know what chakras are? How do they work? In the Sanskrit language, chakra means wheel. Here, the spiritual meaning of chakra is “a wheel of flowing energy” in… Read More »Chakras: What are the 7 chakras and where are they located?