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Maitri

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A opinionated girl-next-door with an attitude. I'm certainly not afraid to call myself 'a proud Hindu' and am positively politically incorrect. A Bharatiya at heart who loves reading, music, sports and nature. Travelling and writing are my passions.

How the Rani Karnavati-Humayun rakhi myth was propagated

Rakshabandhan is a time for the Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb gang to propagate the myth of Rani Karnavati sending Humayun a Rakhi seeking help against Bahadur...

Varalakshmi vrat – seeking Maa Lakshmi’s blessings

Several festivals are celebrated to appease the deities and gain their favor. One such festival is Varalakshmi Vrat. The festival is celebrated in the...

Chaturanga Vallabhanathar temple – where Bhagwan Shiva defeated Maa Parvati in Chess

PM Modi’s speech during the Chess Olympiad event has brought the spotlight on a temple in Tamil Nadu’s (TN) Tiruvarur District. The Chaturanga Vallabhanathar...

The spiritual & social significance of Kanwar Yatra

Yatras or pilgrimages have great significance in Hindu Dharma. Besides regular pilgrimages to Hindu holy shrines, Hindus undertake annual Yatras dedicated to a Bhagwan...

Samrat Vikramaditya of Ujjain: ideal king who inspired generations of rulers

Bharat is a land of great kings lost in the sands of time. One such emperor was Samrat Vikramaditya, whose capital was Ujjain. Vikramaditya...

Christian appropriation of Hindu symbols

Christianity and deception go hand in hand. It has been the studied methodology of Christian missionaries from the time of Emperor Constantine to use...

Why do we do Vigraha Pooja?

Once Maharaja of Alwar Prince Mangal Singh was sitting in his Darbar and told Swami Vivekananda that he doesn’t believe in worshipping a vigraha....

Dasharajanya – first epic war of Bharat

Wars have been a part of Bharat’s history since times immemorial. We are all familiar with the epic battles between good and evil, dharma...

Importance of visiting temples in Hindu Dharma

A Hindu is free to visit a temple if and when he wants, unlike Christianity and Islam which require their adherents to visit a...

Why do Hindus worship cows?

Cows have been a part of Bharatiya families for several centuries now. It’s been a tradition to raise cows and bulls as family members....

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