‘AANANDA RAMA’. In this form, Lord Rama appears in a blissful state. He appears happily with a smile on his face. Generally we would have heard about only the sorrows faced by Lord Rama in the epic Ramayana. But he has lived happily even in the forest by telling someRead More →


  MA Annalakshiamma (12th century AD) also called as Annakka was a popular Telugu devotional poet, who wrote the most popular text, Sri Shiva Shakti Kalyanam in Telugu language. She was the daughter of the famous singer-poet Sarveshwara. Mata Annakka was considered as a divine incarnation of Mata Annapurna’s food pot (Amudha Surabhi- which contains unlimited food). AnnakkaRead More →


Kotravai also known as Kotravai Devi and as Kotravai Amman is considered to be the goddess of war and victory as per ancient Tamil Literature. She is also the affectionate mother goddess and the goddess of fertility, agriculture, and she is the family deity for the ancient kings, queens, Landlords, villageRead More →


Sri Sundara Venkateswara means, The Beautiful Lord Venkateswara. The devotees of Lord Venkateswara would admire about the wonderful divine beauty of Lord Venkateswara Swamy, since a big NAMAM would be applied on his forehead, which is also called as Thiruman, and it looks very beautiful, and it adds more beautyRead More →


Chandra is one of the nine planets in Hinduism. He was also called as Soma and Indu. He was the son of Atri and Anusuya. Chandra literally means the “Moon“. Chandra is described as a beautiful person. According to Hindu mythology, Chandra is the father of Budha (planet Mercury). Chandra is the basis of Somvaar,thatRead More →


Bahinabai (1628–1700AD) is a female saint from Maharashtra, India. She is considered as a disciple of Tukaram. She was born into a   brahmin family. LIFE She was born in northern Maharashtra, and there she spent her childhood. She started chanting of God’s names from an early age. Bahinabai was married at a younger age.Read More →


Maniram Baba was a great saint and a yogi who was involved in deep spirituality and done many good things to others. It is believed that he was born in a village at Maharashtra, in a pious Brahmin family. He was an intelligent and a good natured yogi, who performedRead More →


Tripura Sundari  also called as Lalita Tripura Sundari is a powerful goddess and considered as one among the Mahavidyas. She is the consort of Lord Shiva, and an aspect of Mata Parvati Devi. Lalita Tripura Sundari is none other than Goddess Sati, Durga and Mahakali. Lalita Tripura Sundari Devi is considered to be the mostRead More →


Matangi Devi is one among the Mahavidyas, and contains the features of Parvati, the Holy Mother. She is also described as an aspect of Goddess Saraswati. Similar to Saraswati, she is the god for education, music, wisdom, courage and knowledge. By worshipping her we can acquire great powers, and can safeguard ourselves from enemies,Read More →


  Kamalatmika Devi is one among the Mahavidyas and showers her grace towards her sincere devotees.  She is a divine form of Mata Parvati. And we can please Lord Shukra, by worshipping her. Kamalatmika’s complexion is golden colour. She has four hands. She holds lotus flower in her two hands, and in oneRead More →

Sena Nhavi is a famous saint of the Varkari sect and is a great devotee of Lord Vithoba, a form of Lord Krishna. Sena worked as a barbar under the king of Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh. After some time, he left his job, and started writing poems and singing the glories of Lord Vithoba. In theRead More →

Shivakumara Swami (1907-2019) was a spiritual saint and a great devotee of Lord Shiva. His birth name was Shivanna. He belonged to Lingayat caste, and he joined the Siddaganga Mutt in 1930 at Karnataka and became the chief pontiff in the year 1941. He was the founder of the Sri Siddaganga Education Society. He was respected by the people ofRead More →