Bhimashankar temple is an old shrine found in the Sahyadri hills in Maharashtra.
Bhagwati Seva Puja is ceremonious worship dedicated to goddess Raj Rajeshwari, an avatar of Goddess Durga.
Diwali or Deepavali is one of the world’s grandest and most widely celebrated Hindu festivals.
While explaining the postures, Ravan mentioned in the first line that the Sadhak should sit on the elephant skin in Sukhasan to perform the Shanti Karam (peaceful act).
Mahakavi Kalidas was a Sanskrit writer who was honored as the greatest poet and classical dramatist.
Vilwadrinatha temple, also known as Vilwadrinath Kshetra, is one of the major temples in Kerala, dedicated to Lord Rama and his brother Lord Lakshmana.
Holi is celebrated extraordinarily, especially in Bran, which is the historical region that covers the area of Mathura and Vrindavan.
The Tirupati Balaji temple, India’s one of the biggest and most celebrated temples, is devoted to Lord Vishnu’s incarnation, Sri Venkateswara Swamy Balaji.
Kashi, also known as Banaras, is located on the banks of the Ganges and is widely known as the cultural capital of India.
Theyyam, often referred to as Kaliyattam, is a well-known form of spiritual dance in the Southern Indian region. It combines music, mime, and dance.