India is a highly saturated land, filled with various cultures, religions, and people living together with great joy and unity.
Jyestha Amavasya marks a crucially important day in Hinduism as Shani Dev (Lord Shani) was born on this day.
Hindu mythology never fails to amaze the world with its bag of versatile stories about Hindu gods and goddesses that are definitely a part of the Hindu culture.
Goddess Durga, yet known as Shakti or Parvati, is the goddess of war and a principal deity of Hindu mythology.
The very much central, compelling, researched, and discussed figure of all time since Ramayana, the king of all demons and asuras- “Ravana”, has always been a topic of debate for centuries.
Started from the Indian food to fuel the lamp or as a remedial medicine, ghee (Indian clarified butter) has a lot of contribution to human life.
During the prayer, Hindus offer food, light, incense stick, Ganga water along with flowers to the Hindu deities.
“Janmashtami” is the auspicious celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna.
In Hindu mythology, Saturday (Hindi: Shanivar) is considered to be the day of Vedic god Shanidev.
The Hindu festival Dhanteras is the day of cleaning and renovation.