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12 Landmarks in Lord Rama’s Journey from Ayodhya to Lanka

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

How Agni Teertham Got Its Spiritual Significance

How Agni Teertham Got Its Spiritual Significance

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

The 12 Joytirlingas: Shiva’s Homes in India

The 12 Joytirlingas: Shiva’s Homes in India

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.

Rameshwaram Temple History: The Story of Lord Rama

Rameshwaram Temple History: The Story of Lord Rama

Placed atop the Indian isthmus on the Pamban Island, the Rameshwaram Temple is one of the twelve ‘Jyotirlingas’ and a famous Hindu holy pilgrimage in India. Spread across 15 acres, this very shrine is comprised of a main deity in the shape of a ‘linga’ called Sri Ramanatha Swamy, which