Service to the parents is defined as the finest service in the Hinduism. Religious texts equate the parents with the gods. Amidst parents, mother accorded highest position than father. Mother who bring a child into the world & motherland sustains individual is described outstanding than the heaven.

Father and mother are contributory in providing body to child they’re foremost gods to child. Since mother rears baby in her womb for 9 months, sufferings of lugging it & giving baby positive thoughts in this phase, parents are worthy of worship.

Rendering duties to parents defined as “pitra-rin” — loan from progenitors…

Isha Life - Dhyanalinga Black Pendant Rope

Hinduism is belief having several ways to get away from evils. If you follow with heart and might, then surely you’ll get positive results. Amongst all these techniques and rituals, wearing holy threads in body parts also’ve their own importance.

You must’ve noticed , alot of Hinduism followers wears a variety of threads of various colors like black, red, yellow, orange threads.

Let’s understand significance of wearing these colored threads:

Red Thread

ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यम्‌

भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात्‌।

Om Bhurbhuvah Swah Tatsrviturvrenyam

Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi Dhiyo-Yo-Nah Prachodayat

Gayatri Mantra is one of most traditional texts in the Indo European literature, Rig Veda, which originated around mid-1700 BCE & 1100 BCE. It’s extremely honored mantra connected with rituals of passage for Hindus. In 21st century, yogis who were taking yoga to west started to train Gayatri mantra extensively.

Gayatri is Vedic meter in which verse is constituted.

First line of Gayatri mantra is, Om bhur bhuvah swaha, isn’t in Rig Veda but later added.

Rig Veda is actually…

  1. Pragmatic — He gathered all of his knowledge through experience, as we all know he was uneducated yet he made immeasurable achievements, he dealt with circumstances practically rather than theoretically.
  2. Secular — A great example of a religious tolerant Mughal, Akbar waive off pilgrim tax, “Jaziya”, he built unity among Hindu-Muslims, He married a Hindu princess. Half of his 9 Navratans were Hindu. He never forced anyone to convert their religion. He made alliances with other religions.
  3. Not to be impressionable — Akbar was though to be fooled easily, he and his team always took proactive steps. …

Iron man of india

India celebrates the birth anniversary of sardar vallabh bhai patel on 31st Oct as NATIONAL UNITY DAY “राष्ट्रीय एकता दिवस ”

The statue of unity, kevadiya Gujarat.


Contents of the blog

  1. Timeline to his life
  2. Quotes by M.K Gandhi
  3. Gandhian Ideology
  4. Other names of Gandhiji
  5. M.K Gandhi and Dr. B.R Ambedkar debate

Mahatma Gandhi is also known as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He played an important role in India’s freedom struggle. He worked diligently using his concept of Satyagraha to end the British rule in India as well as to improve the lives of India’s poor people.


1869: Born at Porbandar, Gujarat.

1876: Education in primary school.

1882: marriage with Kasturba, Porbandar.

1887: Passed Matriculation exam.

1888: reached London to study.

1892: legal practice; Rajkot and Bombay.

1893: Sailed to South Africa as a legal adviser to Dada Abdullah & Co.

1893: Thrown off the first class carriage of train at Pietermaritzburg station:

1893: Thrown off the first class carriage of train at Pietermaritzburg station:

M.K. Gandhi was evicted from the first class compartment on the night of 7 june 1893. This incident changed the course of his life. He took up the fight against racial oppression. …

Mantras are compelling sound vibrations which’re competent of remodeling energy at every lvls of the cosmos. They influence subconscious and mental planes of mindfulness and reach subconscious lvl where our karmic models are saved. The recitation of mantra boosts concentration, retention, cleans our heart & aids eradicate the consequences of preceding karma. Exact reciting of mantras & hymns assists invoking the latent energy within us & can favor in all aspect of life.

The most significant information you must know is, mantras you’re reciting or chant you’re singing — precise pronunciation is a key. …

Practically anyone who read Mahabharata grasps how crucial a character Lord Krishna is.

A whole volume has been transcribed on teaching as he & Arjuna involved in “Dharma Yuddh” or holy war with Kauravas, and appears to be most famous record in India: The Bhagavad Gita

While dialogue amidst Arjuna (greatest archer) and Shri Krishna is in connection of battle, Krishna had several teachings, can be efficiently used to our everyday lives.

Ravana, the emperor of Lanka (Lankapati), was an extremely educated soul. He was a son of Vishwashrava (Brahmin of Lord Brahma’s descendants) and Kaikesi (demon). Ravana, also known as Brahmarakshas (half demon and half Brahmin). He was a magnificent King, diplomat, veena player, and warrior.

The Ravana was a champion of Shastras and Vedas. He was too a specialist in Ayurveda and Astrology. Ravana had all natures of being exceptional, but his pride and ego destroyed him.

The Ravana had several spiritual qualities so he was admired by numerous. …

Once upon a time, there was a yogi meditating near a river. Suddenly he saw a scorpion had fallen down in the water and was trying to come out of the water, but was unable to do so. Then that yogi came forward to help him. He took a wood stick and tried to pull him out with that stick but was unable to help that scorpion.

So he finally used his hand to pull the scorpion out of the water. He put his hand under the scorpion to hold him on his palm but as soon as he was…

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