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Airavata: The Divine Elephant in Hindu Mythology

Airavata is a mythical creature that has captured the imaginations of people for centuries. This divine elephant is believed to be the king of...

Vishvarupa – Krishna’s Hindu Universal Form

In the climactic warfare of the Mahabharata, Prince Arjuna and his brothers fight their cousins, the Kauravas with Krishna as their charioteer. Faced with...
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Tulsi Vivah, mythical union of Tulsi and Krishna

Tulsi or Tulasi, is a variety of Basil that is considered sacred in the Hindu religion. It is also used for a variety of...
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Rama – The avatar of Vishnu and Ideal King

Rama, is a god in Hinduism, he is the main hero of the famous great Hindu epic of the Ramayana (The Romance of Rama)....

Parvati – Goddess of love, fertility and devotion.

Parvati goddess of love, fertility and devotion. The divine mother is the universal feminine energy that in Hinduism is called Shakti.

Thadri, Sindhi Festival of Cold – Origins & how to celebrate

Thadri is Sindhi festivity. Celebrated in summer, cold dishes are consumed in honour of the goddess Durga. A guide to origins and rituals!
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Hanuman, the monkey god in Hinduism

Hanuman is a Hindu god, and a great devotee of Rama according to Hindu legends. He is a central character in the Hindu epic...

Mirabai and Krishna

Mirabai, in Hinduism is a devoted platonic lover of Krishna. She dedicates her existence to eternal love for Krishna.
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Lakshmi – The goddess of fortune and beauty

Lakshmi is the goddess of fortune and beauty in Hinduism. It is believed that all those who adore her know immediate happiness. Creating prosperity...
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Full moon, new and rituals of Hinduism

The full moon is important in Hinduism, it is believed to have an effect on humans, read how they counteract it with rituals!
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Saraswati – The Goddess of Knowledge and Fine Arts

Saraswati is the Goddess of wisdom, music and fine arts and the mother of the vedas. She is the consort and source of shakti of Brahma.
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Vishnu, the preserver and protector of creation

Vishnu, the second god of the Hinduism trimurti. He represents the energy that maintains the universe and protects it.

Brahma – The Creator

Brahma is the Hindu god of creation. According to the Puranas, he is the supreme of the Hindu pantheon & trimurti in Hinduism.
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The 108 names of Shiva

The 108 names of Shiva, creator and destroyer in Hinduism go according to epoch, avatar, or divine quality that emanates from his being.
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Gods & Beliefs of Hinduism in India

List of gods of India with their explanations A Hindu is a person who believes in Hinduism, an Indian is a citizen of India regardless...

Ganesha, the Hindu elephant god explained

Ganesha is the elephant god in Hinduism. The ganesha form carries hidden messages and symbolisms. We explain the image of Ganesh to you.
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Why is Krishna Blue?

Why is Krishna Blue? Is the one question anyone remotely interested in Hinduism will ask. The gods in Hinduism are blue, specifically, Krishna, a...
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The meaning of Satyam Shivam Sundaram

Satyam Shivam Sundaram, or Truth Godliness and Beauty is the way Hindus describe Lord Shiva with respect and devotion. The phrase glorifies Shiva and...
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Shiva, The Creator and the Destroyer

Slowly & steadily entering the world of spirituality, but always amazed with Hinduism, from a very young age, I am attracted to Shiva, perhaps...
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Holi – the festival of colors

Holi is a Hindu festival of spring also known as the festival of colors, and sometimes the festival of love. It is an ancient...
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