Ekadashi is an important day for the Hindu community, is the eleventh lunar day of each of the two lunar phases- “Shukla Paksha” and “Krishna Paksha.”
Ekadashi is one of the most auspicious and significant days in Hinduism.
Among the plenty of rich, religious Hindu festivals, Tulsi Vivah is another important festivity of Hindus, following by the Hindu marriage season commence.
Purattasi month or Purattasi Masam is the auspicious month (generally falls on September-October), dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara (Lord Vishnu) in the Tamil community.
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.
Laxmi puja is an auspicious Hindu festival dedicated to Goddess Laxmi- the goddess of wealth and the wife of Lord Vishnu.
After years of protest, anticipation, prayer, India is finally getting its Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, dedicated to Hindu Lord Ram or Rama.
“Janmashtami” is the auspicious celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna.
Full moon and New moon plays a crucial role in human anatomy as it plays in nature, according to Hinduism belief.
We know the fact that in Hindu mythology, there is mention of 33 million Gods and Goddesses.