Pongal is a four-day Hindu festival that falls in the month of January celebrated to honor the Sun God and Lord Indra in helping the farmers for a better harvest. So it is also known as an Indian harvest festival. This festival signifies good wishes, wealth, abundance and property. Pongal means “to boil” in Tamil […]

Celebrating Diwali – The Festival of Lights and its Significance

Diwali is widely known as the festival of lights which represents the victory of good over evil and falls under autumn season every year. It is also known as “Deepavali” which is specially celebrated by Hindus. Other than Hindus, Jain, Sikhs and Buddhists also celebrate this festival with great cheer and joy. All the four […]


Gaytri is a spiritual knowledge, which comes before Brahma well sated at top of the thrown. Being superior to others her name recalled as “Brahma vidhya” or “Maha vidhya”. It is mentioned in upanishad that during incaranation period or pralay kaal, when the lord used to sleep Gayatri Ma use to awaken in the form […]

Lord Ganesha

As per Hindu Mythology there are 36cr Gods and the biggest is Lord Shiva. Among all of these Gods there are three main Gods- Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Mahesh is none other than Lord Shiva. It is believed that all these three have divided their work like Brahma is known to be ‘surjanhaar’ means he […]