The Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

ॐत्रियम्बकंयजामहे, सुगन्धिंपुष्टिवर्धनं
उर्वारुकमिवबन्धनान् मृत्योर्मोक्षिय मामृतात्

Mandsaur – The city of Lord Pashupatinath

The temple of Lord Pashupatinath is located in MANDSAUR district of Madhya Pradesh (India) on the banks of Sacred river SHIVNA. The 90 feet temple of Lord Pashupatinath was built in 1962 .The Eight faced Shiva Linga is placed in the temple. It’s height is 7.25 feet, has eight face in tow part, upper and…

The devoted Sadhu purveyors

The Sanskrit word ‘Sadhu’ is translated into English by the word ‘mendicant’ and very rarely with another word ‘Sage’. But ‘Sadhu’ is differently meant in the revealed scriptures like Srimad Bhagwat Geeta or Srimad Bhagbatam. In the ‘Bhagwat Geeta’ the qualification of a ‘Sadhu’ is based on one’s faithfulness in the transcendental service of the Personality of Godhead. One who is firmly fixed up in the devotional service and nothing more-is called a ‘Sadhu’ and Mahatma in terms of Bhagwat Geeta. Even if a man is apt to some vicious habits which a ‘Sadhu’ must not have as part of his personal qualification, is accepted also as a ‘Sadhu’ for the only qualification of his staunch faithfulness in the service of the Personality of Godhead. Bhagwat Geeta has not nullified all the above mentioned primary twenty six qualifications of a ‘Sadhu’ by the statement-‘even if a man is accustomed to vicious habits.’ The idea is explained in the following shloka in which it is said that such well-settled devotee shall soon be well-qualified with all the pious qualifications of a ‘Sadhu’. But because one has become faithfully fixed up in the service of the Lord-the seed of all godly qualifications is sowed therein and the resultant fortification will come in vogue, without delay. And therefore the primary qualification of a ‘Sadhu’ is that he must be an unflinching devotee of the Lord.

Incredible benefits of chanting OM Mantra

Aum is a universal mantra for all people and one not need the initiation of a master or guru to reap it’s endless benefits. The OM is the universally accepted and supreme symbol of Hinduism. It has also been adopted by the other three main religions of India – Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. OM is also referred to as “Omkara” which literally means “OM syllable” and “Pranava” which literally means “The primal sound.”

Jai Mahadev

Mahadev, popularly known as Shiv, is a major Hindu god, and one aspect of Trimurti(Brahma, Vishnu & Mahesh).

Temples In India

Lord Shiva – the powerful and fascinating deity of the Hindu Trinity, who represents death and dissolution.Indian temples by state have numerous gods and goddesses worshiped by peoples all over India.

Kailash Manasarovar – physical beauty and thrilling nature

Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is known for its religious value, cultural significance, physical beauty and thrilling nature.A journey, that is both outwards and inwards. Located in the Himalayan mountain ranges of the remote Southwestern corner of Tibet, Kailash is not just one of the highest parts of the world and the source of four mighty rivers…

Rudranath Temple – One of the Panch Kedars

Rudranath Temple The Rudranath temple is believed to be established by the Pandavas, the heroes of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.One of the Panch Kedars in the lap of the Himalaya, Rudranath is the temple where Rudra, the angry incarnation of Lord Shiva is worshipped with complete devotion. It is the place where during the days of the…