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This Love Story Between Shiva & Sati Almost Caused Destruction...

Lord Shiva was in deep meditation when Lord Brahma requested Goddess Sati to take human birth to bring Shiva out of his state of trance. The female personification of power, Sati, was born to King Daksh, who himself was the son of Brahma. According ... Daily Bhaskar, 3 days ago
Times of India

Rumoured couple Mouni Roy, Mohit Raina to head to Thailand for vacation?

Mouni Roy and Mohit Raina, who have been rumoured to be dating each other ever since they played Sati and Shiva on Mahadev in 2011, are likely to take a break together in Thailand. READ ALSO Recently, while Mohit was engaged in a Twitter chat with ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Is Naagin actress Mouni Roy on a vacation with boyfriend Mohit Raina?  India.com3 weeks ago
Speaking Tree

Place Where God Shiva Opened His Third Eye

Baliya, Uttar Pradesh is no common place; it is attached to the history of the most feared god, the lord of destruction, the creator, the mystical Lord Shiva. This place is called kameshwar dham, a place that has been mentioned in shivpuran. This is ...
 Speaking Tree2 weeks ago The Place Where Lord Shiva Opened His 'Third Eye'!  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago

In Shiva's own country

The Sanskrit epic Mahabharata, written around 300 B.C., is of the most important works ever written. Attributed generally to the sage Vyasa, this epic is essentially the age-old story of good versus evil. According to the Mahabharata which is about ...
 The Friday Times2 months ago


PILGRIM NATION █ VAISHNODEVI #16 At her abode in the caves of Jammu, the Goddess manifests herself as three outcroppings of rock, which represent its three forms Maha-Lakshmi, Maha-Saraswati and Maha-Kali After a long crawl through a narrow ...
 Pune Mirror3 days ago

Devotees throng temples to celebrate Shivratri

Devotees offer Ganga jal and milk to a Shivlingam at the Bilkeshwar Mahadev temple in Haridwar. Tribune photo: RAMESHWAR GAUR Tribune News Service Haridwar, August 1 Devotees offered Ganga jal, milk, curd and bilva patras to Shivlingams at ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 weeks ago

India Lamp Quiz Grand Finale

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Grand Finale 2. Format of the Quiz • Written Round.(6) • Mixed Bag.(16) • Written Round II.(6) • Mixed Bag II.(16) • Written Round III.(6) • Mixed Bag III.(16) 3. Round 1 Written 4. • 6 ...
 SlideShare.net3 weeks ago Indian heritage Quiz  SlideShare.net1 month ago

The Mystical Facts About The Goddess Who Menstruates Once A Year!

A temple in which the goddess bleeds once a year, Kamakhya temple is a temple of its kind. It celebrates the very existence of life and birth. It is believed that at this very place, Sati's womb (yoni) fell and hence kamakhya mahapeeth was born. ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago

Loss and the cycle of life

Vudushi Veena Sahasrabuddhe, an eminent vocalist and guru of Hindustani classical music, breathed her last at Pune on 29 June after a prolonged illness. But I still remember the penultimate evening of the five-day Vishnu Digambar Jayanti 1985, ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

Aditya Sinha: Bowing before the Mother Goddess

By Aditya Sinha | Posted 48 minutes ago The Kamakhya temple is one of the few places in misogynistic India where women and menstruation are not shunned but celebrated During the annual Ambubachi mela, the Kamakhya temple in Guwahati, Assam, ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
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