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  1. Is Guru Gobind Singh Ji written Ramayan in Dasam Granth? See this video in which Namdhari Baba Dalip Singh is talking about Ramayan.
  2. Hindu religion is one of the world's oldest religions. But many people don't know about the full history of Hinduism. They even don't have any idea about the customs, values and traditions of Hindu culture. Nav Hindu is your one stop destination which gives you the full description about Hindu Culture. With this you get to know lots of things about custom and tradition of Indian as well as Hindu culture. If you are looking for an astrology site or want to know about the full history about this Culture then you are at perfect place. Here you can get all the answers to your question which is rel
  3. The relationship between the cow and Sikhism has long since intrigued me. A recent post leads me to ask " what is the relationship between the sacredness of the cow and Sikhism? Did any of the Guru's or do any of the Sikh scripture promote the idea of sacredness to the cow? If so, can someone give me some proof? I know there were battles fought over protecting the cow - not sure how many, anyone have any idea? where there any during the time of the Gurus. What about other animals that are revered in Hinduism, I know the 24 incarnations mentions certain animals that are revered in the Hindu f
  4. There are different prayers to Lord Ganesha for different festivals and each has a specific ritual that must be followed closely. In order to be able to do that, one needs a better understanding of the rituals. As adevotee it is expected that one must have the ability to be partake in these rituals in the correct manner. To Read more go here How to Pray to Lord Ganesha? : Learn the rituals
  5. Ganesha Symbolism The elephant headed God from Hindu mythology has many symbolism. And it is by studying Ganesha symbolism that we begin to understand what the sages of yore were telling us, how to improve our lives for the better. He is the omnipotent and omniscient deity. He holds the reins of power. His teachings show the way to a better life. And it is up to every person to find their own perfect way and in turn lead their lives to the best of their abilities. Many believe that Ganesha was a formless deity, the be all and end all of every creation. The conjuring up of the elephant shap
  6. Ganesha Mantras Shree Ganesh Ashtottaram is the stotram that tells us the 108 Ganesha mantras to invoke the Lord of Wisdom. It is believed that this ashtottaram is very dear to Lord Ganesha and by reciting this ashtottaram one can get the desired results. The remover of all obstacles and all problems, the one who gives the phalam (results) of all the work done, the one who gives all types of siddhi (wealth); I bow to the Lord who is the Leader of those who cannot be led by anyone. Ganesha is the Lord of wisdom and prosperity. He gives boons to his devotees and fulfill their desire
  7. http://www.ibtimes.com/heinrich-himmler-nazi-hindu-214444 More than 65 years after the fall of the Third Reich, Nazi Germany remains an obsession with millions of people around the world. Adolf Hitler was one of the most prominent historical figures from the 20th century, evoking both disgust and fascination. While other totalitarian regimes from that period -- including Fascist Italy and Imperial Japan -- have largely faded from the public's consciousness, Nazi Germany still exerts a powerful hold on many for a variety of reasons.Among the most interesting and perplexing aspects of the Nazi
  8. A must watch documentary on the caste system. It is absolutely sickening from what I just watched. And even though I am a strict hindu and brahmin, if this is the treatment of metted out to Dalits then they should leave hinduism immediately. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uM85zVt6xCU Sorry, the adding of the link did not work for me.
  9. In this tomb lies the body of the man that poisoned relations between communities perhaps forever. There lies the body of the man that committed so much crimes during his day that its beyond comprehension. The tomb lies in the deep south where Aurangzeb spent the last 30 years of his life fighting the marathas. Based on his last days Aurangzeb was extremely repentent of the crimes he committed. Only God knows... The last words of Aurangzeb, addressed to his sons from death-bed, echo mournfully : “I came a stranger to this world and a stranger I depart. I know
  10. What do you think of this article from tisarpanth? Apparently a sequel is also being prepared. A fundamental cognitive of contemporary moot, the term ‘Sanataan’ has engineered a superficial dichotomy over its own definition and emotive(s). Generally employed to express historicity, the term has fallen prey to Anglophonic re-moulding and intensive twisting. Vedic initiatives define it as depicting eternity/immortality, whereas pseudo-scholars employ it to distinguish between puritanical Sikhi and contemporary Sikhi (1). Via the latter’s purpose, the preliminary version housed Vedic elements
  11. Siddhi Vinayaka Temple The Siddhi Vinayaka Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh. It is located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai,Maharashtra. It was originally built by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil on November 19, 1801. Though it is one of the richest temples in Mumbai, the current generation of Patil is staying in state of despair near the temple. Siddhi Vinayaka Temple has a small mandap (hall) with the shrine for Siddhi Vinayak ("Ganesh who grants your wish"). The wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images of the Ashtavinayak (the eight manifestations of Ganesha in
  12. The Mudgala Purana is a Hindu religious text dedicated to the Hindu deity Ganesha (Gaṇeśa). It is an upapurāṇa that includes many stories and ritualistic elements relating to Ganesha. The Ganesha Purana and the Mudgala Purana are core scriptures for devotees of Ganesha, known as Ganapatyas (Gāṇapatya). These are the only two Purana that are exclusively dedicated to Ganesha. The Mudgala Purana considers Ganesha to represent the ultimate reality of being. As such, Ganesha's manifestations are endless but eight of his incarnations are of most importance. The eight incarnations are introdu
  13. Every God in Hindu mythology is believed to have different forms or incarnations or avatars. Every avatar symbolises something unique. The elephant-headed God, has displayed himself in 32 forms of Ganesha, each form having special powers and characteristic features. Two shaktis of Ganesha, Siddhi and Riddhi, are often depicted on images of the mighty God’s forms. The 32 forms of Lord Ganesha are as follows: 1. Bala Ganapati 2. Taruna Ganapati 3. Bhakthi Ganapati 4. Vira Ganapati 5. Shakti Ganapati 6. Dwija Ganapati 7. Siddhi Ganapati 8 . Ucchhish
  14. Wives of Ganesha In Indian mythology there are so many stories about Ganesha that determining his proper marital status is quite difficult and may easily be considered as a subject eligible for scholarly reviews. There are some myths that depict Ganesha as a confirmed bachelor – a bramhachari without any consort. While there are also some stories that show Riddhi and Siddhi as the wives of Ganesha – known as the goddesses of prosperity and spiritual powerrespectively. As per Mudgala Purana and Ganesha purana the wives of Ganesha, Riddhi and Siddhi are born from the mind of Bramha – the cre
  15. Ucchi Pillayar koil, Pillayar temple, is a 7th-century Hindu temple, one dedicated to Lord Ganesh located a top of Rockfort, Trichy, Tamilnadu, India. Mythologically this rock is the place where Lord Ganesh ran from King Vibishana, after establishing the Ranganathaswamy deity in Srirangam. The RockFort temple stands 83m tall perched atop the rock. The smooth rock was first cut by the Pallavas but it was the Nayaks of Madurai who completed both the temples under the Vijayanagara empire. Pillayar temple is mystic in its nature with an awe-inspiring rock architecture. The Ganesh t
  16. Ganesha Prayers Lord Ganesha is one of the most prominent deities in Hinduism. Ganesha has the unique distinction that his name is always invoked before any other God’s name in any prayer service. Legend has it that Lord Ganesha received this distinction as a blessing from his parents, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesha is designated as the chief of all of Lord Shiva’s ganas – hence his name, Ganesha. Ganesha Prayers of supplication are requests, pleadings or entreaties presented to the Deity in the spirit of personal surrender and loving devotion. Something specific is being a
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