What is Brahmacharya according to hindu mythology ?

What is Brahmacharya according to hindu mythology ?

The literal meaning of Brahmacharya is celibacy. Celibacy brings you strength, lots of strength. The Brahmacharya Yoga way of life is more than just celibacy.

What is Yoga? History of Yoga !

What is Yoga? History of Yoga !

Yoga is a 5000-year-old Indian body of knowledge.The science of Yoga imbibes the complete essence of the Way of Life...

The Story of Eklavya and Dronacharya

The Story of Eklavya and Dronacharya

Eklavya was the son of a poor hunter. He wanted to learn archery to save the deer in the forest that were being hunted by the leopards.  So he went to Dronacharya (a master of advanced military arts) and requested him to teach him archery.

Story of Bhasmasura

Story of Bhasmasura

Bhasmasura pouted. He had so wished that Lord Shiva would make him invincible and immortal. Looking at Lord Shiva, Bhasmasura realized that no amount of pleading would change Lord Shiva's mind...

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..

Who is better warrior Arjun or Bhima | अर्जुन महान या भीम

Who is better warrior Arjun or Bhima | अर्जुन महान या भीम

अत: भगवान ने कहा कि है भीम आप दोनों के प्रश्नों का जवाब मेरे पास तो नहीं है किन्तु मुझे ये अवश्य पता है कि आप दोनों को अपने प्रश्नों के उत्तर कहा मिलेंगे। हे अर्जुन, आप को उत्तर दिशा की तरफ जाना चाहिए

Hinduism : culture and beliefs

Hinduism : culture and beliefs

The common religion of India, based upon the religion of the original Aryan settlers as expounded and evolved in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad-Gita,

vishwakarma puja : Famous Indian Festival

vishwakarma puja : Famous Indian Festival

भगवान विश्वकर्मा निर्माण एवं सृजन के देवता कहे जाते हैं। माना जाता है कि भगवान विश्वकर्मा ने ही इन्द्रपुरी, द्वारिका, हस्तिनापुर, स्वर्ग लोक, लंका आदि का निर्माण किया था।

The Story of Barbarika (Belarsen)

The Story of Barbarika (Belarsen)

Barbarika (Belarsen) was the son of Ghatotkacha, and the grandson of Bhima. He was a brilliant warrior, and was given a boon of three magical arrows from Lord Shiva (Teen Baan), which is why he's also known as Teen Baandhari.

Why do we celeberate Diwali (deepavali) ?

Why do we celeberate Diwali (deepavali) ?

Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated across India during the month of mid-October or mid-November. Diwali is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs.