Kajal is an essential eye makeup traditionally been worn by Indian women since ancient times.
Tirtha or Tirtham is holy water or water body associated with temples or worship of a deity.
Whether it’s a daily prayer or a grand festival, Hindus always customarily offer pooja offerings or Prasad to God.
The Mangala Gauri or Gaya Peetham is one of the powerful Shakti Peeth that is situated on a small hillock in Gaya, Bihar.
Torans are a sacred element in Hindu households that are used to grab attention and please the goddess of wealth Maha Lakshmi in the house.
Varaha Jayanti is a special observance that gets celebrated in India by the devotees of Lord Vishnu.
It is said that we pray to Lord Ganesha before beginning any task for its completion without any hurdles.
Sudarshan Chakra – the spinning disk-like weapon of Lord Vishnu plays a significant character in Hindu mythology.
Lal Loi is the lesser-known Sindhi festival that is mainly observed on the night before Makar Sankranti.
Talking about Hindu Mythology, Hindu Puranas and Vedas also mention about 33 Gods and Goddesses, called – “Trayastrinshata.”