Indian foods are not only delicious but also have some exceptional religious significance imputed to them.
During the festivity season, many of you observe fasting in terms of devotion.
Dussera or Vijayadashami is yet a significant day in Hinduism because of the end day of India’s biggest festival Navratri or Durga Puja.
Ayurveda is an ancient medical form that proved its success around the world.
Among the plenty of rich, religious Hindu festivals, Tulsi Vivah is another important festivity of Hindus, following by the Hindu marriage season commence.
From the ancient period, the moon is considered and associated with feminine energy and fertility.
Triguna is the 3-mental qualities or Guna that are responsible for the psychic nature and behavior of all livings.
In the Hindu religion, marriage is a broad celebration and consider to be a religious ceremony.
Purattasi month or Purattasi Masam is the auspicious month (generally falls on September-October), dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara (Lord Vishnu) in the Tamil community.
“The Three-Dosha Theory” or Tridosha are the 3-bodily energies that influence our physical, mental, emotional health, and behavior.