Did you ever hear of Camphor driving money, success, fame, and prosperity? Does it sound unreal or too good to be true?
A heavenly cow-goddess known as Kamadhenu often referred to as Surabhi, is attributed to in Hinduism as the mother of all cows.
In Hindu tradition, offering Pancha Tattva or five elements—earth (flowers), fire, water, air, and ether—is a well-regarded practice.
One day, Adi Shankaracharya was walking through the village with his disciples when they saw a man dragging a cow by a rope.
The Charaka Samhita also called the compendium of Charaka, is a comprehensive Sanskrit text on ancient Indian medicines composed by rishi Charaka.
Vamchara is a Sanskrit word that means ‘left-handed attainment.’ Most people regard it as a Vama Marga, which means left path or left-hand path.
River Kaveri also referred to as Ponni, is an Indian river that usually flows in a south-eastern route across Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
On the outskirt of Jaipur, Rajasthan, you can witness a beautiful ancient temple known as ‘Galtaji Temple’ marked as a prehistoric Hindu pilgrimage site.
The Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is one of the most powerful chants in the whole universe that one can chant to eliminate the fear of early death.
Goddess Jivdani, also spelled Jeevdhani, is a Hindu goddess who blesses her devotees with the real wealth of life.