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History of Navaratri Navratri is a very important Hindu festival celebrated in India, which is devoted to Goddess Durga. The festival is celebrated with great reverence and faith across the country. It stretches over a period of nine days, with each of the nine days being dedicated to one of the nine forms of the […]

108 Names of Ganpati Bappa Mourya

108 Names Of Lord Ganesha  No. Name Meaning  1 Akhurath One who has Mouse as His Charioteer 2 Alampata Ever Eternal Lord 3 Amit Incomparable Lord 4 Anantachidrupamayam Infinite and Consciousness Personified 5 Avaneesh Lord of the whole World 6 Avighna Remover of Obstacles 7 Balaganapati Beloved and Lovable Child 8 Bhalchandra Moon-Crested Lord 9 […]

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Khajrana Ganesh Temple, Indore

Built in the year 1875, during the reign of Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar, Khajrana is famous for housing the largest Ganapati statue in the world. From crown to foot, the deity measures eight metres in length. Made up of a weird mix of limestone, jaggery, br…

Festivals In India

Baisakhi There are quite a number of important festivals in Northern India. One of the significant festivals is Baisakhi or Vaisakhi. It is even more so important in the state of Punjab. One can witness vivid celebrations during the festival and can go back collecting the best memories of the joyous occasion. This festival is […]

Lakshmana Temples

    Thirumoozhikulam Sree Lakshmanaperumal Temple is located in Thirumoozhikalam in Ernakulam district of Kerala. The temple finds mention in many of the Bhajans sung by the staunchly Vaishnavite Alwars, particularly Nammalvar of 5000 years back.   Lakshmana is the brother of Lord Rama. He is also one of the close companion of Lord Rama. […]

Hanuman Temple

    Hanuman is one of the most important personalities in ‘Ramayana’. Hanuman is known as a popular devotee of Lord Rama. His help made Rama to find out Sita devi easily and then defeat Ravana in the war. Hanuman is known as different names such as Anjaneya, Pavan puthra, Maruthi. The name ‘Anjaneya’ was […]

Maa Bhagwati Temple, Kerala

  Bhagavathy (Bhagavathi) or Devi is considered as female aspect of the divine Shakthi, as conceived by the Shakta tradition of Hinduism. Shakthi is considered as the female counterpart without whom the male aspect remains impotent. Shakthi is the energy and Shakthi worship is a vital part of Hindu Tradition. Devi is the manifestation of […]

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