Hari Om ￼Concept of Avatars In the Puranic mythologies of ancient India, the legend of the Avatar is considered one of the most important myths of the Vedic culture. It is particularly associated with the God Vishnu, one of the principle deities of the Hindu trinity which also includes Brahma, the creator and Shiva, the … Continue reading Lord Vishnu, Concept of Avatars and Theory of Evolution
Hari Om From time immemorial the Hindus are worshipping God Siva who is master of truth, beauty and bliss. From the highest Himalayas on the north down to Rameswar in the south and from Chandranath hill on the east to Dwarka on the west the whole of India is filled up with Siva-temples here and … Continue reading WHY WE WORSHIP Lord SIVA?
Hari Om Mahabharata - Aranyaka Parva Adhyaya - Araneya Parva This episode is found in the Aranya Parva of the epic, the Mahabharata. The sons of Pandu along with their wife Draupadi are nearing the end of their twelve-year exile in forests. They are due to begin the thirteenth and final year, which they are … Continue reading Yaksha Prashna (Yaksha – Yudhisthira Samvada from The Mahabharata)
Hari Om The nakshatras are the apparently fixed bodies in the Zodiac, where the planetary system moves with them placed in the background. Among the Rasi and the nakshatras, the former is overlorded by the Sun, whereas the latter is overlorded by Moon. This implies that the Rasi shows the environment we would be placed … Continue reading Introduction to Nakshatras –Vedic Astrology
Hari Om Men of older generation used to say that all knowledge is there in the Vedas. Anyone who hears such words will have the first reaction that it is an exaggeration. We should remember here that any sloka in the ancient Hindu manuscripts has more than one meaning. A Sloka in the 10th book … Continue reading The Value of Pi (22/7) upto 32 Decimals from the Rig Veda
Hari Om This world runs on well-established laws. There is no chaos. There is no such thing as accident or chance in life. Events occur in succession or order. There is perfect harmony. The child grows, attains boyhood and adolescence, begets children, decays and dies. The child becomes a father and the father brings forth … Continue reading As You Sow So Shall You Reap
Hari Om Sri Gurubyoh Namah! Sri Ganeshaya Namah! Sri Matre Namah! The Jupiter transit (Guru Peyarchi) takes place on 29th Oct 2019, Tuesday, 3.49 AM IST (as per Vakya Panchang) from Vrischika rasi (SCORPIO) to Dhanur rasi (SAGITTARIUS) and the transit is happening on Nov 5, Tuesday, 2019 as per Trikanidha panchang. Transit and Retrogression … Continue reading Jupiter Transit (Guru Peyarchi) from Vrischika (SCORPIO) to Dhanur Rasi (SAGITTARIUS ) – Oct /Nov 2019
Hari Om The Purusha Sukta The Purusha Sukta is a most commonly used Vedic Sanskrit hymn. It is recited in almost all Vedic rituals and ceremonies. It is often used during the worship of the Deity of Vishnu or Narayana in the temple, installation and fire ceremonies, or during the daily recitation of Sanskrit literature … Continue reading The Purusha Sukta – Significance and Meaning
Hari Om Hanumanji is excited always to serve his Master Lord Sri Rama. One day when Sita Matha was entering into Sri Rama’s bedroom, Hanumanji went behind her to see Lord Ram. Then Lord Rama told Hanumanji that he cannot enter into his room. Hanumanji questioned that while Sita Matha can enter into the room, … Continue reading Why Lord Hanumanji is seen most often in red?
Hari Om Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu came to South India and visited many holy places to propagate Bhakthi and disseminate the values of devotional practice. During his visit to Sri Ranganatha temple, Srirangam, He saw near the temple one brahmana reading Bhagavad-gita. And he also saw some people joking with the Brahmana saying, “Oh, Mr. Brahmana, … Continue reading Exclusive Devotion to the Almighty is The Essence of Bhagavad Gita