Category: Hindu religion

Almighty mantra for mental peace.

In the Vedic literature Lord Krishna is described as the ultimate source of all knowledge; hence, He is also the most reliable source of knowledge and the greatest well wisher of all the living entities.The whole the disciplic succession begins from Him. There are many incarnations of Lord Krishna. Each one is scheduled and forecast within the Vedas themselves, and manifest within this material world in order to teach by example the path to spiritual emancipation.

Hare krishna hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare

Hare rama hare rama , rama rama hare hare

Hare krishna hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare

Hare rama hare rama , rama rama hare hare

Hare krishna hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare

Hare rama hare rama , rama rama hare hare

Hare krishna hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare

Hare rama hare rama , rama rama hare hare

Hare krishna hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare

Hare rama hare rama , rama rama hare hare

Hare krishna hare krishna, krishna krishna hare hare

Hare rama hare rama , rama rama hare hare

Philosopher India – A step towards Myth discovery

Hinduism – world’s oldest & mystical religion

Hinduism, the world’s oldest religion, has no beginning–it precedes recorded history. It has no human founder. It is a mystical religion, leading the devotee to personally experience the Truth within, finally reaching the pinnacle of consciousness where man and God are one. Hinduism has four main denominations–Saivism, Shaktism, Vaishnavism and Smartism. there are said to be three hundred and thirty-three million Gods. Hinduism is a mixture of sects, cults and doctrines which have had a profound effect on Indian culture. In Spite of this diversity, there are few of its aspects which do not rely in some way or the other on the authority of Indian religious literature – the Vedas, the Epics and the Puranas. The Vedas, the oldest literary monument of the Indian people, a collection of hymns composed in an archaic Sanskrit, are universally considered the foundational scriptures of Hinduism. The authors of these hymns called themselves Aryans, “Noble People.” The date of the composition of these hymns and the original habitat of the Aryans have become one of the most contested issues in Indian studies. The polemical literature has reached such dimensions and the emotions have been raised to such heights that only a sketch of the controversy and some hints about its ideological background can be given in this place.

Churdhar Hills – Residence of Lord Shirgul Maharaj

Churdhar is a famous Religious Place of Sirmaur and Shimla District of Himachal. TheTemple of Lord Shirgul Maharaj is situated at the Churdhar Peak (About 11969 feet Height). Maximum area of Churdhar is covered with Forests. Churdhar Hills Forest have been covered with the Snow for 6 months in year. Lord Shirgul Maharaj Temple Churdhar is about 12 K.M. from Sarahan, 20 K.M. from Nohradhar on foot.

The Kinner Kailash – At the height of 6500 meters

The Kinnaur Kailash ( known as Kinner Kailash) is a mountain in the Kinnaur district of the Indian state Himachal Pradesh. The Kinnaur Kailash has a height of 6500 meters and is considered as sacred by both Hindu and Buddhist . This mountain is sometimes confused with the Mount Kailash in Tibet. ‘Kinner Kailash’ is considered winter residence of Lord Shiva. It is said that Lord Shiva conduct a meeting of all Devi-Devtas on Kinner Kailash Top in  month of January. The Trekking to Kinner Kailash Starts from July end to August. On the time of Janmashtmi 10 days special arrangement are made for food and shelter on the top.

The Goddess Kali – Provide powerful and energetic positive energy

ॐ क्रीं कालिकायै नमः
Om krim kalikayai namah

“I bow my head to the Goddess Kali”

काली महाकाली कालिके परमेश्वरी ।
सर्वानन्दकरी देवी नारायणि नमोस्तुते ।।

kali mahakali kalike parmeshwari
sarvanandkari devi narayani namostute

Protected: Kalia Masan -The most dangerous black magic

Protected: The Kala Jadu – Black magic used to destroy the one’s life

Gangotri – The source of River Ganga

Gangotri is the source of Ganga as Bhagirathi river.

Gangotri
Location :  Uttar Pradesh 
Altitude :  3042 mts. 
Climate :  Summer – Cool during the day and cold at night.
Winter – Snow-bound. Touching sub-zero 
Best Season :  April to November

Gangotri is at an altitude of 3048 meters above sea level. It is on the northernmost part of the state of Uttar Pradesh and is very near the Indo-Tibetan border. It is approximately 300 km from Dehradun, 250 km from Rishikesh and 105 km from Uttarkashi. The summers are relatively cool and winters are freezing cold, with rains in the months of May and June. For the devotees and tourists, the gates of the temple are open only in the months of May to November.

Kalpeshwar – Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva

Kalpeshwar is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located at an elevation of 2,200 m in the picturesque Urgam valley in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand state in India.This tree is believed to fulfill all the wishes of a person. There is a cave temple situated at height of 2134 mtr and Shiva is worshiped here in his matted hair form. Kalpeshwar is surrounded by dense woods and also terraced fields that lie in the Urgam valley.

It is the fifth temple of the Panch Kedars (five temples of Lord Shiva) and is the only temple out of five that is accessible throughout the year.At Kalpeshwarm, the matted hair or Jata of lord Shiva are the object of worship and because of this, Lord Shiva, is also called Jatadhari and Jateshwar.

Holi the festival of colors – India

Holi celebration begins with lighting up of bonfire on the Holi eve (Holika Dahan). Holi festival may be celebrated with various names and people of different states might be following different traditions. Holi is an ancient festival of India and was originally known as ‘Holika’. The festival of Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in early March every year.

However, this festival is a perfect manifestation of India’s secular nature as a large number of people belonging to other clans also actively take part in this festival. It is regarded as a festival that marks the end of all disputes and brings together people.

Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar

Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar

It  is a hindu temple dedicated to goddess chandi devi in the holy city of haridwar in the uttarakhand state of India. The temple occupies a position on the top of neel parvat constructed in the year 1929 by the king of kashmir suchat singh, the temple is dedicated to goddess chandi devi, after whom it is named. River ganges flowing just by the site adds much to the overall appearance of chandi devi.

Lord Bhairav- an incarnation of Lord Shiva

Lord Bhairav or Bhairon is an incarnation  of Lord Shiva. In astrology Lord Bhairav is the Lord of star Planet Rahu. Not only Hindus but also devotees from Jain and Islam religion worship Dev Bhairav. Dev Bhairav is also known as “Ashtabhairav” in Indian scriptures. “Ashta” is a Sanskrit word which means eight. This God is having eight different names as follows Asitang, Sanhar, Ruru, Kal, Krodh, Tamrachood, Chandrachood, Mahabhairav.

Nag Panchami – worship of snakes or serpents

Nag Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of the full moon fortnight during the Hindu month of Shrawan as per the Hindu calendar. Nag Panchami is a traditional worship of snakes or serpents observed by Hindus throughout India and also in Nepal. There are many legends associated with this festival. One of them is the day when snake Kalia was defeated by Lord Krishna. On this day women enjoy swing, brides visit their parents and people buy snakes images to worship. It is the period when the snakes come out of the holes due to rain and in gardens, nearby houses and shrubs shelter is taken by them.

Teej festival – festival of swings

Teej festival is observed with much funfair by women of North India. Teej is mainly celebrated in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi NCR.

There are three types of Teej festival celebrated by woman during sawan Month.

Hariyali  Teej, Kajari Teej, Hartalika Teej

The Ambubachi Mela – A fertility festival in the Hindu religion

The Ambubachi Mela in Guwahati is celebrated every year during the monsoon season, the month of June. The Ambubachi Mela is celebrated in Guwahati, Assam, India. The Ambubachi Mela is the most important festival of the Kamakhya Temple of Guwahati. The Ambubachi is a ritual of accesses observed with “Tantrik means”.

The Ambubachi Puja marks the yearly menstruation course of mother Kamakhya. It is believed that during the monsoon rains the creative and nurturing power of the ‘menses’ of Mother Earth becomes accessible to devotees at this site during the mela. The four day period is very auspicious for tantric cults, who observe tough penance to gain Siddhis at this time. During the Ambubachi Mela in Guwahati, the doors of the Kamakhya Temple remain closed for three days. It is believed that the Mother Earth becomes unclean for three days. During this time any kind of farming work is not taken on. Daily worships and other religious performances are also stopped during the Ambubachi Mela of Guwahati in Assam.

People in large numbers wait outside the temple on the fourth day, when the temple will be opened. Sanyasins and Pandas from around the country assemble at the Kamakhya temple during this period. Large number of devotees make a mad rush when the temple reopens to receive the unique ‘prasad’ which is small bits of cloth, which is supposedly moist with the menstrual fluid of Goddess Kamakhya. It is considered highly auspicious and powerful.

In 2015, the beginning date of Ambubachi Mela is June 22 and the festival ends on June 26.

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