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The enlightened soul

In the story of king Prithu related in the Bhagavata Purana, Lord Vishnu appears on the scene of the great yagna performed by the king and imparts to him the essence and meaning of life. Prithu is already an enlightened king and the Lords instruction only ... The Hindu, 2 months ago

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Daily Bhaskar, 3 months ago
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This is Place Where Lord Vishnu was Born & Pandavas Achieved Salvation. Have You Visited this Amazing Place? | Oct 20,2016 1:39 PM IST Lohargal, situated in Rajasthan, is a beautiful place of tourist interest that would enchant the lovers of Indian mythology. Situated at the foot hills of the Aravalli range, it is located 10 km ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago

Rukmini- devoted wife of Sri Krishna and incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi

Pic courtesy: Thinkstock image for representation purpose only. Mumbai: Lord Krishna, the king of Dwaraka had a total of 16,108 wives. Out of them, Devi Rukmini is considered to be the principle wife of Sri Krishna. In many Puranic ...
 ZeeNews.com4 days ago

Here's a list of 8 temples in India where men are not allowed to enter!

You've probably heard of women barred from entering certain religious places. Now take a look at temples where men are not allowed to enter. It is a lesser known fact that there are temples in India where men are not allowed to enter at all or can ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago


PILGRIM NATION █ MEENAKSHI OF MADURAI #9 The temple is one the grandest in Tamil Nadu, spread over 14 acres with 12 large gateway towers and 33,000 icons We have all heard the story of Ram, a prince from North India, who went to the southern ...
 Pune Mirror1 week ago Pilgrim nation: The Goddess Meenakshi of Madurai  Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

The goddess Meenakshi of Madhurai

We have all heard the story of Ram, a prince from North India, who went to the southern tip of India. But when was the last time you heard of a queen who travelled from Madurai in the south to Kailasa in the North to find herself a groom. That ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago

Universal values through dance

THE Hindu god Krishna is a central figure in India and Indian culture but the tale of his journey (ayanam) across a river, as told in an upcoming dance drama, is not one bound to Hinduism. As artistic director Shankar Kandasamy says of the Dec 3 ...
 New Straits Times2 weeks ago

Documenting the culture and the people of Goa

ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ Getting to know one's culture and history is an ongoing process. It requires research and dedication to get to know the authentic information. And when such information is based on our folk traditions and art then it is a more ...
 Navhind Times2 weeks ago

Sanskrit for the modern times

Dr. S. Ramaratnam explains the relavance of the language The Madras Sankrit College, Mylapore, in association with Hayagreeva Vidya Peetam, Taramani, Chennai, recently felicitated S. Ramaratnam, vice-chancellor, JK University, Odisha and former ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Lord Shiva Broke All the Teeth of This God; And He Brings Good Luck To Travelers

Hindu mythology is full of surprises. With a total of 36 crore Gods and Goddess, the stories are abundant and their power to amuse people even stronger. Today, we tell you about one of the sons of Aditi (the mother of Gods) and brother of Lord ...
 Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago
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