World’s Largest Panchaloka Nataraja – KAILASA in Seattle

Nataraja in Seattle KAILASA Arudra Darshan December 20 was Arudra Darshan. The celebration of Lord Shiva, and His Cosmic Dancing form Lord Nataraja. Arudra Darshan marks the conclusion of Margazhi Brahmotsavam for Chidambaram Nataraja Temple and marks the beginning of a new day in the “vertical time zone” – the higher Cosmic dimensions. More...

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By sribrahamasukha On Tuesday, December 21st, 2021
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500 Temples destroyed in 100 days in Tamil Nadu

500 Temples destroyed in 100 days in Tamil Nadu It has been nothing short of devastating, a devastating year for Hindu Temples in Tamil Nadu, a non-stop stream of reports of Hindu Temples demolished. Resulting More...

By sribrahamasukha On Friday, December 17th, 2021
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Kolkata Durga Puja Inscribed on UNESCO Intangible Heritage List

On December 15, 2021..the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO in short, has inscribed the Durga Puja in Kolkata on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural More...

By Moksha On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
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The Story of Manu Needhi Cholan and The Vedic Roots of Tamil Nadu

This statue of “Manu Needhi Konda Cholan” (Meaning: The Chola who upheld the Law of Manu) adorns the premises High Court of Tamil Nadu in Chennai. The King is famous for his integrity to the law. The More...

By Moksha On Monday, January 16th, 2017
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Nithyananda Gurukul: Mindblowing Mystic School in Southern India

Levitating Yogi 1936 For millenia India has boasted of Mystics capable of performing miracles and exhibiting spiritual Siddhis or Shaktis – such as levitation, mind reading, seeing remote places, flying, More...

By hinduismnow On Sunday, January 15th, 2017
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Jallikattu – its historical and cultural relevance

Jalli in Jallikattu means gold coins tied to the bulls’ horns. Kettu means to tie. Brave matadors were eligible bachelors in the olden days. This is the reason why men used to display dare devilry. The Spanish More...

By hinduismnow On Saturday, January 7th, 2017
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Mallakhamb: India history’s hardest sport that no one knows

In 1936, a troupe of 35 acrobats from a small town in Central India traveled to the Berlin Olympic Games to demonstrate the ancient sport of mallakhamb. At a formal gala convened by the International Olympic Committee, More...

By hinduismnow On Wednesday, January 4th, 2017
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Eleven amazing facts about Puri Jagannath temple

All over the world, including India, many people might know about Odisha as a small state in East India, but the name of Puri certainly has a high recall value across the world for being the land of Lord Jagannath More...

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By hinduismnow On Wednesday, January 4th, 2017
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Deities in Stone: Hindu Sculpture from the Collections of the Asian Art Museum

Sculpture is an essential part of Indian civilization; a culture that dates back to ancient times and has flourished uninterrupted to the present. It is fundamentally important to India’s nearly one billion Hindu More...

By Moksha On Sunday, December 11th, 2016
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Rani Ki Vav is the True Symbol of Love. Not the Taj Mahal

The Rani Ki Vavi is an amazing subterrarean structure built in in 1063 A D by Queen Udayamati  in the memory of her husband, King Bhimdev I of the Solanki dynasty. Built 600 years before the Taj Mahal, this is More...