Diwali or Deepavali is one of the biggest vibrant and celebrated festivals in India.
In Hindu culture, farmers worship the god Varuna – the Hindu god of rain and water each year to bring the rainy season back on earth.
Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic celebration that is entirely dedicated to Sun God “Surya Dev” and Goddess Chhathi.
In Hindu culture, several superstitions are there, which people blindly and faithfully continue to follow for decades.
The first day of Diwali festivities begins with Dhanteras.
The Kamakhya Temple of Guwahati, Assam, is one of the 16 Shakti Peethas.
According to Vedic astrology, hanging garlic in the main door in your resident or commercial place can bring good luck for you and your business.
Shri Chintamani Temple is a popular Devasthan (sacred place) considered one of the oldest Lord Ganesha temples, which resided in Maharastra.
Panchanga or Panchangam refers to Panjika, which is a Hindu astrological chart and an annual publication.
Kamandala Ganesha Temple is a Hindu shrine situated amidst the scenic village of Kasave, Koppa.