Santoshi Maa-The Goddess of Satisfaction

Goddess Santoshi or Santoshi Maa is a folk deity of Hinduism. She is called the goddess of satisfaction. She is also an incarnation of the Mother Goddess. Especially women in northern India and Nepal worship Santoshi Maa. They believe that the goddess is satisfied when her devotee observes a...

Lord Ganesha- Avatars and Forms

ॐLord Ganesha is a popular Hindu god. He considered to be the destroyer of obstacles. Ganesha is worshipped at the launch of any enterprise, from weddings to the opening of a new business. He is believed to remove distractions and protect one from evil. He has many Avatars and...

What is a myth?

A myth usually denotes a fantasy made up by humans. Now a days God and religions, by many people are considered myths. But God and religion, as far as anyone knows, have always been part of human existence, so to denounce God and religion as myths is without basis....

Top 12 Evil Suppression Krishna Leela Stories

Krishna, the eighth Avatar of Lord Vishnu, peformed many miracles or leelas in order to suppress the evil doers of the material world. Here, I would like to present top 12 evil suppression Krishna Leela (divine play) stories in brief. Recommended:10 Avatars of Lord Vishnu Sorry, your browser does...

Jaya Ekadashi-Story and Significance

卐 Jaya Ekadashi is also known as Bhishma Ekadashi or Bhaimi Ekadashi. This day is considered very auspicious for the devotees of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. This Ekadashi falls in the month of Magh. Worshipping Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu on this day helps in eliminating grief and...

How is It Important to Know One’s Real Self?

Know ThyselfIt’s of utmost importance to know oneself, because only by knowing one’s real self can one escape the inherent miseries of living in the material world. The suffering of the material body only ever relates to the body and mind. As long as we identify with the body...

Sai Baba-Life and Blessings

Shirdi Sai Baba (1835 – October 15, 1918) was an Indian religious leader, yogi and fakir. Fans from both Hindu and Muslim communities called him a saint. Hindu devotees considered him the incarnation of Dattatreya. According to many devotees, he was Sadguru, Sufi Pir or Qutb. Although his fame...