differences Ramayan ramcharitmanas Mythology 

11 Differences Between Ramayana and RamCharitManas You Must Know

Ramayana and RamCharitManas are great Indian Epics which tell us the Journey of Lord Rama, Lord Vishnu’s 7th Avatar on Earth. However, there are many differences between Ramayana and RamCharitManas. We are looking at some of the important differences. 1. Ramayana was written by sage Valmiki in Treta Yuga in the Sanskrit language.  Sage Valmiki was a contemporary of Lord Ram. RamCharitManas was written by great Awadhi poet Goswami Tulsidas in Kaliyuga in Awadhi language. Tulsidas lived in the 15th century AD from 1511 to 1623. 2. The word Ramayana…

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Temples in India History Mythology Trending 

8 Temples in India where men are not allowed!

Gender bias has been an age-old problem. From ancient period itself, women suffered under patriarchal rule. Every condition was imposed only on women and one of them was praying to almighty. It is a known fact that god never discriminated his children. It is humans who created this difference. As women were going through menstrual cycle they were called impure and banned from going to temples. But as times are changing rules have also fluctuated. There are some temples which are way ahead of the patriarchal norms and permit only…

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mystery of Lord Shiva's third eye Mythology 

What is the mystery of Lord Shiva’s third eye?

Lord Shiva is regarded as one of the most powerful Hindu Gods. He is known by many other names like Mahadeva, Adiyogi, Natraja, Mahayogi, Bholenath, and Shankar by his devotees. He is also referred to as Tryambaka, Trayambakeshwar, Trinetra or Trilochana for the third eye which placed on the center of his forehead. Shiva’s third eye is the eye of wisdom which is free from all illusions. It looks beyond the others can see. The eye has a very clear perception and it is able to show one what is really…

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Bhagavad Gita quotes Mythology Trending 

15 Bhagavad Gita Quotes which Will Give True Meaning to Your Life

The Bhagavad Gita is considered as one of the most prominent and influential Hindu scripture. Bhagavad Gita is part of the great Hindu epic Mahabharata. The Holy books also referred as Gita is known for its philosophical, practical, political, psychological and spiritual values. The Bhagwat contains 18 chapter which was originally written in Sanskrit, the language of God. Here is a list of Bhagavad Gita quotes which will give true meaning to your life. The book is the summary of the various teachings given to Arjuna by Lord Krishna. The…

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History Mythology 

8 Most Mysterious Temples in India That Are Beyond Explanation

India is an ancient country that has a vast history of cultures and traditions and consists of a number of communities following numerous deities. Thus, it is no surprise that India has many temples that have amazing mysteries linked to it. Each of these mysterious temples possesses some extraordinary features that are beyond the proven scientific or technological limitations. Even many Scientists, as well as Astrologers, haven’t been able to solve this mysteries.  Here’s a look at some of the most mysterious temples in India – 1) Mehandipur Balaji Temple,…

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Jatayu Nature Park Mythology Travel 

Jatayu Nature Park: An Attraction Of Kerala Tourism

The Jatayu Nature Park or Jatayu National Park is the famous attraction of Kerala tourism. It is located at Chadayamangalam village. Jatayu Nature Nark is about 38 kilometers away from Kollam district of Kerala and 46 kilometers far from the Thiruvananthapuram. The park is located where the Jatayu believed to have fallen after struck down by Ravana. Jatayu Nature park is created at the same to promote mythology, wellness, and adventure tourism. The main attraction of Kerala tourism “Jatayu Nature Park “ is famous with the place name,  Jatayumangal. A…

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Five Shiva Temples - Pancha Bhoota Stalam Mythology Nation 

Pancha Bhoota Stalam: Five Shiva temples dedicated to 5 elements, 3 temples in straight line

Pancha Bhoota Sthalam refers to the five Shiva temples dedicated to Shiva, each representing the manifestation of the five prime elements of nature- earth, water, air, sky, fire. Pancha indicates Five, Bhoota means elements and Sthalam means place. All these temples are in South India with four of these temples in Tamilnadu and one in present-day Andhra Pradesh. The five elements are believed to be preserved in the five lingams and each shiva lingam has a distinct name based on the elements they represent. 1. Sky – Chidambaram Temple –…

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immortals in hindu religion Mythology 

Eight Immortals in Hindu Religion Who will live till the end of Kaliyuga

Chiranjivis are eight immortals in Hindu religion who are to remain alive on Earth until the end of the current KaliYuga. Hindu scripture contains a mantra about the seven immortals, in which their names are recited for luck and longevity. अश्वत्थामा बलिव्र्यासो हनूमांश्च विभीषण:। कृप: परशुरामश्च सप्तएतै चिरजीविन:॥ सप्तैतान् संस्मरेन्नित्यं मार्कण्डेयमथाष्टमम्। जीवेद्वर्षशतं सोपि सर्वव्याधिविवर्जित॥ Ashwathaama Balirvyaaso Hanumanshcha Vibheeshanaha Krupaha Parshuramascha Saptaitey Chiranjivinaha Saptaitaan Samsmareynnityam Markandeymathaashtamam Jivedvarshshatam Sopi Sarvavyadhivivarjit The above lines mean that by daily remembering these 8 immortals (Ashwatthama, King Bali, Ved Vyasa, Hanuman, Vibhishan, Kripacharya, Parashuram, and Rishi Markandaya)…

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Mount Kailash Mystery. Mythology Nation 

Mount Kailash Mystery: Everything you need to know

Mount Kailash or Kailash Parbat is a peak in the Kailash Range which forms part of Trans Himalaya in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Here is all you need to know about Mount Kailash Mystery. The mountain is located near Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal, close to the source of some of the longest Asian rivers: the Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra, and Karnali also known as Ghaghara (a tributary of the Ganges) in India. Mount Kailash is considered to be sacred in four religions: Bön, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. What…

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Padmanabhaswam Swami Temple Door History Mythology Travel 

What is the mystery of Padmanabhaswamy Temple vault?

Padmanabhaswamy Temple is located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. The temple is built in an intricate fusion of the indigenous Kerala style and the Tamil style. The Moolasthanam of the temple is the Ananthapuram Temple in Kumbala in Kasargod District. The temple is a replica of the Adikesava Perumal temple located in Thiruvattar, Kanyakumari District to some extent. The principal deity Lord Vishnu is enshrined in the “Anantha Shayanam” posture, the eternal yogic sleep on the serpent Adisheshan. Sree Padmanabhaswamy is the guardian deity of the royal family of Travancore. The…

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