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2024-02-22 05:26
Amhaspati is a term used in reconciling differences in the solar and lunar Hindu calendars. In Hindu religion, both the sidereal year and the lunar year have been in vogue. The annual differ… Read More
2024-02-20 00:25
"Prana" refers to life, breath, and soul. "Prana Pratishta" is a ritual that signifies giving life to the deity in a Hindu temple. It involves installing a murti (vigraha or bimbam or idol)… Read More
2024-02-19 00:25
The five powers of Shiva, known as "Pancha Krityas" or "Pancha Shakti," are fundamental aspects of his divine nature in Hinduism. Here's an expansion on each of these powers: Creation (Srish… Read More
2024-02-18 04:25
As per Hindu Puranas, there existed a kingdom known as Matsya, inhabited by a proud and noble people known as the Matsyas. Yet, the tale of Matsya's founding was as extraordinary as it was m… Read More
2024-02-16 23:25
Lakulisha, the revered figure in Shaivism, holds a significant place as the preceptor or possibly even the founder of the Pashupata sect. His teachings, deeply rooted in Shaivite beliefs, in… Read More
2024-02-16 04:25
Akhyati is non-apprehension or non-discrimination in Hindu philosophy. It is a theory propounded by the Prabhakara Mimamsakas to account for the so-called cognitive errors and illusions. Whe… Read More
2024-02-15 05:25
In Hinduism, Akanksha means expectation. In linguistic thought it stands for words in a sentence ‘mutually expecting’ other words with given meaning in the sentence. Akanksha is… Read More
2024-02-15 00:25
Hanuman, also known as Anjaneya, is often revered as the master of the five elements in Hindu mythology. Here's an elaboration on how he demonstrates mastery over each element: Air (Vayu): H… Read More
2024-02-13 23:25
Hinduism and Caodaism share some similarities, although they are distinct religious traditions with unique characteristics. Caodaism, founded in 1926 in the southern Vietnamese city of T&aci&hell…Read More
2024-02-13 05:25
In Hinduism, Acharya is whose conduct is noble and who knows and teaches achara (the rules of conduct) and serves as a spiritual guide, invests the student with the sacred thread and instruc… Read More
2024-02-11 05:25
The story of Ekadanta Ganapati, depicting Ganesha losing his tusk in a battle with Parasurama, is a widely known Hindu story elucidating the origin of Ganesha's fractured tusk. Though the na… Read More
2024-02-11 01:25
Ekadhana refers to a specific type of earthen jug or clay vessel used in the context of Somayaga, which is a Vedic ritual involving the extraction and offering of the soma juice. In the Soma… Read More
2024-02-10 04:25
Maheshwara, a revered form of the Hindu god Shiva, is also known by the names Maheshvara, Maheshwar, or Maheshvar. Iconographically depicted with distinct attributes, Maheshwara is a multifa… Read More
2024-02-09 23:25
Gender fluidity in Hinduism is a multifaceted topic deeply rooted in ancient beliefs and tradition. Gender fluidity is not a taboo in Hindu religion. Ancient Hindus recognized this aspect an… Read More
2024-02-09 09:25
Nairiti, a divine mother, emerges from the cosmic union of Goddess Shakti and Shiva, taking form for a specific purpose—to consume the blood of the Andhaka demons. The origin of the An… Read More
2024-02-08 04:25
Asama Vyapti is a philosophical term suggesting the relationship between two terms having unequal extensions. Vyapti or invariable concomitance of two terms is the logical necessity for the… Read More
2024-02-07 22:25
Though we might have gone through the Ramayana many times over, it still comes as a surprise that many of our ideals and aspirations are indeed asuric, demoniac, not very different in nature… Read More
2024-02-07 05:25
Although Hanuman had unfathomable strength he used to forget about this strength and powers when it was needed the most. There is an interesting story in the Ramayana that narrates about a c… Read More
2024-02-05 06:25
Acharya Abhimana, in Hindu religion, is holding the preceptor in high esteem. Acharyabhimana implies implicit obedience to the guru, i.e., one who has initiated the disciple by panchasamskar… Read More
2024-02-04 05:25
The Brahma Yamala is a significant text within the Shaivagama tradition, particularly among the Yamalas, which are a group of texts dealing with both Shiva and Shakti. The name "Yamala" itse… Read More
2024-02-04 00:25
The association of Brihaspati with atheism in Hinduism is an interesting aspect of mythology and philosophy. Brihaspati is a significant figure in Hindu cosmology, being one of the Navgrahas… Read More
2024-02-01 06:25
In Hinduism, Archa Avatara is the consecrated image that is worshipped in a Hindu temple, especially dedicated to Bhagavan Vishnu. It is one of the five forms of Vishnu. The others are &ndas&hell…Read More
2024-01-31 23:26
In Balinese Hindu philosophy, the concepts of Niskala and Sekala play a fundamental role in understanding the layers of life and spirituality. These terms encapsulate the duality and interco… Read More
2024-01-31 23:26
The Ramayana has been told to us times without number. Every line of it has been scanned and commented upon minutely, not hundreds, not thousands, but millions of times over. ... Nevertheles… Read More
2024-01-30 07:25
 Apunya is the fruit of bad or improper deeds in Hinduism. Every human being is observed to undergo, the experience of opposites in life, called the dvandavas in yoga, such as sukha and… Read More
2024-01-29 22:25
Indra was seeking enlightenment and spent about thirty years with Prajapati, the Supreme Deity. After thirty years, Prajapati told him to dress in his finest clothes and look at his reflecti… Read More

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