Navaratri – The Great 9 sacred nights

In India, Navaratri is celebrated four times a year. They are Ashada Navaratri, the Sharad Navaratri, the Maha Navaratri and the Vasantha Navaratri. Ratri means “night” and Nava means “nine”. At Navaratri (“nine nights”), the Lord in the form of the Mother Goddess is worshipped in Her various forms as Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. Though…

Code of God

The Sadhu (also known as yogi and sanyasi), is a Hindu ascetic who has renounced caste, social position, money and authority, and occupies a special place in Hindu society. As one who seeks the Universal Soul in order to be absorbed in it, the Sadhu is set apart from the orthodox priesthood as renunciation is…