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Are you a Shiva devotee? Visit these 12 Jyotirlingas in India

India is a land of faith, religion and culture. Hinduism being one of the oldest amongst all the religions in the world has been predominantly followed by millions of people in the country. Since time immemorial, the people have been worshipping the divine Trinity-Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh who are known to perform their duties ofContinue reading “Are you a Shiva devotee? Visit these 12 Jyotirlingas in India”

Know all about the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya

Akshaya Tritiya or what is popularly known as Akha Teej in North India, Varshi Tapa among Jain colonies, and is celebrated as Parsurama Jayanti among Brahmin groups is an annual festival observed on the third lunar day of Shukla Paksha of the Vaisakha month of Hindu Calendar. The literal meaning of “Akshaya Tritiya” is derivedContinue reading “Know all about the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya”

Shanti Path And Sudarshan Kavach – A Heart Melting Reality

In the times when hope and prayers are the only pillars of support for the mankind, there is nothing more touching than a son praying for the health of his father. Watch this paath organised by MangalPoojan — Contact @mangalpoojan for more such poojas 🙂

10 common things we practise, but don’t know the reason behind

India, an abode to the world’s most extensive and diverse culture, has some incredibly interesting traditions and folklores. Right from ceremonies like lighting a lamp before beginning a religious procession to covering once’s head while entering a Gurudwara, there are traditions which have been followed by the people with complete credence and faith. With theContinue reading “10 common things we practise, but don’t know the reason behind”

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