Lord Shri Rama, the king of Ayodhya, was the 9th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Lord Vishnu is one of the Trinity Gods (Brahma, Vishnu, Maheswara) with significant power in the universe.
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.
According to mythological tales, Kamdhenus – the five wish-fulfilling cows emerged from Samudra Manthan (the Great Churning of the ocean), and Nanda was one of them.
Bali Pratipada is a unique celebration observed on the fourth day of Diwali, which is also known as Bali Puja.
Utpanna Ekadashi is one of the most auspicious days to observe fasting that falls after Kartik Purnima during Krishna Paksha.
Ekadashi is a vital celebration in Hinduism, especially the Mokshada Ekadashi marks a significant value for Vaishnavites.
Purushottam Maas or Mal Maas (month) is an additional month in the Hindu calendar, which keeps the lunar and solar calendars aligned.
Goddess Laxmi is one of the most admired deities in Hindu culture. Here are some unknown facts of Goddess Laxmi that you may find interesting: