Water, even a single drop of it can soothe a scorched soul; a reason why here, in India, our ancestors gave it a significant identification. A reason why offering Jal/water to a thirsty person or animal is considered a sacred deed. And even today, we
TimeKeeping, though very usual it may sound, has been an essential part of our lives. It has helped mankind to keep up with his scheduling, his endeavors, his researches and what not; ultimately with his successes. But the discovery of this very concept is no
The month of April is quite a special in many regards from Indian context, it is the first month of the financial year, it braces us for the scorching summers, and our tongues get ready for the all summer delicacies (Mango being the prime).
Mankind has always implored a higher power, whenever in misery. We as humans believe that there’s divinity and it will direct us, redeem us and hence inspire us towards a rightful life. In our legends, where Bhagwan descends in every yug to punish the evil;
Makar Sankranti is one such festival that falls on the second week of the New Year. Also known as Uttarayan/Maghi/Pongal/Bihu/Khichdi/Lohri; the festival is celebrated throughout the nation varying with slight regional differences and names, but with similar festivity.
Kartik Poornima holds equal importance to both Hindu and Jain sects, celebrated on the Poornima (full moon) day or the fifteenth lunar day of Kartik (November–December). It is also known as Tripuri Poornima. The festival is also renowned as Deva-Deepawali - the festival of lights
Shri Shankar was born, according to the current tradition, on Vaisakha sudha panchami (around May) in the village Kaladi near Ernakulam in Kerala.
The great teacher of various yogas, and writer of different books on yoga, Swami Shri Abhayanand was born in Gorkha in Nepal in Samvat 1826. He was of Thapa Kshatriya caste by birth. His father Ambar Singh was on a high post in the state
Akka Mahadevi holds a similar position in the women saints of India similar to the one that is available to Meerabai and Andaal. She was a great devotee of Lord Shiva and sacreficed everything in her life for the love of lord.
Shri Annamacharya was born on 9th May 1408 (some people believe it to be 1414) in a village named Thallapaka of Kadapa district in Andhra Pradesh. His father’s name was Narayan Suri and mother’s name was Lakkamamba. He was very spiritual since childhood and always