Category: Sanatana Dharma

Lord Rama Prana Pratishtha

Lord Rama Prana Pratishtha

The historic day of Lord Rama Prana Pratishtha on January 22, 2024 has finally arrived after five hundred years of wait. The barbaric Mughal invadors broke the Rama temple and…
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Hawan in Sanatan Parampara

In Sanatan dharma, we have different patterns of prayers to gods and goddesses. Some are to be prayed at sunrise and sunset, and others at night. Flowers like roses, lotus,…
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Samaveda is the origin of the Indian Classical music

Samaveda Is The Origin Of The Indian Classical Music

The Samaveda, often referred to as the “Veda of Melodies” or “Veda of Chants,” holds a unique place in the corpus of Vedic literature. While the other Vedas predominantly contain…
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The Divine Boulder That Protected The Kedarnath Temple During The Flash Floods of 2013

The Divine Boulder That Protected The Kedarnath Temple

The Divine Boulder, crucial in safeguarding the Kedarnath temple, has become symbolic of hope and divine protection for many believers. The Kedarnath Temple, located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand,…
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Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

The Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra Is Extremely Powerful

The Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is an ancient Sanskrit mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is one of the most powerful mantras in the Hindu tradition. It bestows longevity, health, and…
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Rishi, Rishis, Saptarishis

Saptarishis The Seven Rishis The First Disciples of Shiva

According to Sadhguru, seven individuals, later known as the Saptarishis, were drawn to Shiva and became his first disciples. Rishis, as Sadhguru might say, were beings who touched a dimension…
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Ardhanarishwar, Shiva Shakti, Masculine and Feminine Energies

Masculine and Feminine Energies Are Shiva Shakti

According to Sadhguru, every individual, regardless of their physical gender, contains both masculine and feminine energies. These energies are not about biological gender but about certain qualities of nature. In…
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Maa Kamakhya

Kamakhya, The Yoni Peeth And Its Miracles

Maa Kamakhya, a significant goddess in the Shaktism tradition, is a manifestation of Shakti, the divine feminine power in Hinduism. Also known as Kamakhshi or Kamakshi, she is revered as…
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Shakti The Divine Feminine Power Within All

Shakti, derived from the Sanskrit word ‘shak’ – ‘to be able’ – represents the primordial cosmic energy and is the personification of divine feminine creative power in Hinduism. She is…
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Arjuna's Chariot in Mahabharat represents life

The Chariot in the Mahabharata Is You

The chariot used by Arjun in the Mahabharata is a representative of life itself in many ways. In Hindu philosophy, the analogy of the body being likened to a chariot…
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