Goddess Durga – the epitome of “Shakti” or “Power” is the most powerful goddess among all.
According to Brahma Vaivatra Purana, once, Lord Indra wished to boast about his merits. And hence, he decided to build a celestial palace that suits his stature.
Pushkar Mela (fair) is one of the popular events in India, which is more of a cultural symbol than just a mere fair.
Kamandala Ganesha Temple is a Hindu shrine situated amidst the scenic village of Kasave, Koppa.
Vastu Shastra is a long-established Hindu system of architecture that precisely means “Science of Architecture.”
Lemon is popularly known as an Ayurvedic element for its medicinal properties and benefits in curing common diseases.
Talking about Hindu Mythology, Hindu Puranas and Vedas also mention about 33 Gods and Goddesses, called – “Trayastrinshata.”
Numericals have a special in the Hindu culture, especially in the branches of Astrology and Hindu philosophy.
Goddess or Maa Saraswati is known as “The Mother of Vedas” in Hinduism and Hindu Sastras.
The holy shrine of Shri Kashi Vishvanath Temple is resided on the western bank of the divine river Ganga, at Varanasi, in the state of Uttar Pradesh.