28.1 C
New Delhi
Friday, August 6, 2021

CATEGORY

Religion

Dharma Khsetra KurukShetra – Part VIII – The Yakshas || Guardians of the Sanctity.

So who are these Yakshas were they feared? Were they tormentors or protectors, or simply creatures from the Cosmic World. For Centuries & ages...

Hindu Symbols

Hinduism is rich in symbolism. Many acts of worship, such as puja, are symbolic, a form of visualisation in which worshippers simulate activities normally...

Dharma Khestra Kurukshetra – Part VII – Pheowa –The Timeless Sanctity

Located 27 kms from the City of Kurukshetra, Pheowa derives its name from the Sanskrit Word Prithudaka. The Word Prithu means the best &...

Dharma Khestra Kurukshetra – Part VI – The Legend of River Saraswati

Although the Rig Veda mentions various rivers, it’s the Sarswati alone which has been referred to more than 50 times in it. Not only...

Dharma Khestra Kurukshetra – Part V – Bhadra Kali Shakti Peeth (Devi Koop)

Older than history, older than tradition, older than even legends, from the earliest times Kurukshetra has been the cradle of civilization. It’s a theme...

Why protest against promotion of tourism, development and safety norms in Lakshadweep by Islamists, Leftists and their allies?

Lakshadweep, India’s smallest Union Territory is in the news, as a protest is being held to save the unique culture of islands, attacking its...

Dharma Khestra Kurukshetra – Part IV – Sthaneshwar Mahadev

The ancient Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated in Thanesar, a holy town within the Kurukshetra City. As per the Bhisma...

Dharma Khestra KurukShetra – Part III – Bhishma Kund

Located in the midst of Narkatari Village, another all important place that bears a connection with the Kurukshetra War, is the place where Pitamaha...

The Core Of Hindutva: Unity Resistance and Acceptance

India is an evolving civilization with its primary philosophical ideology of being all-inclusive. The idea of India existed before mere political borders drawn by the...

Dharma Khsetra KurukShetra – Part II = Jyotisar – Midpoint of the Kurukshetra War – Birth Place of Geeta.

'Jyoti' means light and 'Sar' means the core meaning. Hence the name of place is a reference to the 'core meaning of light' or...

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img