Importance and Significance of Manikarnika Ghat in Hindu Mythology and Kashi

Importance and Significance of Manikarnika Ghat in Hindu Mythology and Kashi

It is one of the most famous, sacred and oldest ghat in the Varanasi, Manikarnika is the main burning ghat and one of most auspicious places that a Hindu can be cremated..

Importance and Significance of Kashi (Varanasi / Banaras) in Hindu Mythology

Importance and Significance of Kashi (Varanasi / Banaras) in Hindu Mythology

Varanasi, the world’s oldest city, is the eye of the Indic world. Its primary identity is ‘Hindu Central’, the place to which every believing Hindu must make a pilgrimage at least once in lifetime..

Dev Deepavali (Diwali) : Spirtual Significance of Dev Deepavali & Dev Diwali Celeberation in Varanasi

Dev Deepavali (Diwali) : Spirtual Significance of Dev Deepavali & Dev Diwali Celeberation in Varanasi

Dev Deepawali in Varanasi is a festival celebrated every year on the occasion of Kartik Poornima. At the occasion of Dev Diwali, all the ghats of River Ganga is lighted with thousands of diyas.

Maa Ganga : Mokshdayini Importance & Significance in Hinduism

Maa Ganga : Mokshdayini Importance & Significance in Hinduism

In Hindu mythology, the revered Ganges has extreme significance. From the mythological point of view, this sacred river is known as Goddess Ganga. Ganga is one of the most popular rivers in the world.