Rameshwaram, as a temple town and one of the post important pilgrim centres in India, is pretty famous for its temples and religious sites. From the world famous Ramanathaswamy Temple to lesser known temples like Gandamadana, it has many attraction for Hindu pilgrims. The Five faced Hanuman Temple (or Panchmukhi
Almost everyone in India or well versed with Hinduism knows the story of how the Lord Rama defeated the evil demon Ravana, the ruler of Lanka (present day Sri Lanka) at the end of his 14 year long journey from Ayodhya to Lanka while he was banished from his kingdom
Call it fate, the hand of a higher being, God or even destiny, but there is something quite fascinating about the Kothandaramaswamy Temple, not because it is a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Rama, but because it is the only historical structure in Dhanushkodi that survived the cyclone of
We humans are always related to various kinds of sentiments and rituals. Even history seems to have witnessed all the dedications that have been shown by us towards the worship of God. Since from the day that we have taken birth in this holy planet which was though said to
India is a country rich in culture and diversity. Even in its most tumultuous times, the culture of this country is what has defined it. There are numerous religions and customs that people here follow. Amongst that Hinduism is the most followed religion. Lord Ram is one of the most
Every once in a while, the world comes across events, discoveries and architectural pieces that generate a lot of controversies, debates and arguments. For instance, the first photograph of the Loch Ness Monster or Nessie, the city of Atlantis, and so on. The Rama Sethu, also known as Adam’s Bridge
Hinduism is one of the oldest religions on this planet, spanning across generations with a varied history. Therefore, it is quite natural that Hinduism will have more than a few handful of folk lores, myths and most importantly, deities. One such powerful and significant Hindu deity is Shiv or Shiva.
India is a harmoniously beautiful melting pot of tons and tons of varied cultures and customs. So, to the outsider, or on occasions to the insider, some of the festivities may tend to bleed into each other, one of them being Dussehra. What is Dussehra? Dussehra, also called by some