On the 13th lunar day (Trayodashi Tithi) of Krishna Paksha or Dark Fortnight, Dhanteras, also called Dhanavantri Trayodashi and Dhanatrayodashi, is celebrated in India. People worship ‘wealth’, which enables their lives to progress. According to the Shrisukta, the Earth, Water, Air, Fire, and Sun are… Read More »Why we celebrate Dhanteras?
Science lies even before technologies. Before Vedic scriptures, what were the sources of attaining Vedic science? People in the ancient period gain knowledge from their forefathers or gurus verbally. Sanatan Dharma explained the birth of a human even before modern science and technologies. Garud Puran… Read More »The Process of Reproduction explained in Garud Puran
Sanatan Dharma consists of sixteen rites and rituals to follow when you are alive. However, Antiyeshti is the last rite of a person after they die. The majority of religions in the world believe in burying their dead. Hindus believe in burning the dead body… Read More »Antiyeshti: Why last rites to be performed during daytime?