Lord Venkateswara

Lord Venkateswara is also called as Lord Venkataraman, since lot of similarities are present between these two wonderful avatars of Lord Vishnu! During the beginning of KaliYuga, Lord Vishnu took the Venkateswara Avatar, and he was married to Ma Padmavati. During the Treta Yuga, while Ma Vedavati has requested toRead 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 →

Kaumari is also known as Kumari and Kartikeyani is considered as an aspect of Lord Kartikeya, and is the Goddess of War. She is one among the seven mother goddesses. She is also considered as the consort of Lord Muruga, since she contains the qualities similar to Lord Muruga. Kaumari rides a peacock and has gotRead More →

Suswani Mata is regarded as an avatar of Parvati Mata and worshipped by Jain and Hindu community devotees. Her main temple is located at Morkhana in Bikaner district of Rajasthan. The temple was constructed in 12th century AD.  There is an ancient Shiva Temple situated nearby the main temple.  She is worshipped as Kuladevi by many families in rajasthan. The SuswaniRead More →

INTRODUCTION The Tungabadra River is a holy river that emerge from Karnataka and flows through Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. During the Treta Yuga, this sacred Tungabhadra River was called as River Pampa, and Lord Rama had stayed nearby this River and took rest for some time. According to ancient legend, after killing of the demon Hiranyaksha,Read More →

INTRODUCTION Modheshwari Devi is an incarnation of Mata Parvati. She is the main deity of the Modh community of Gujarat. Once there lived a fierce demon Karnat who disturbed the Brahmins and all other caste of people while doing their daily prayers and also disturbed the demi gods in the heaven. Due to that, all the demiRead More →

INTRODUCTION Devi Mayamma(20th century) was a pious woman who lived in Kanyakumari. She appears like a beggar woman and she was surrounded by dogs. She lived in the streets of Kanyakumari without fearing about anyone. Whatever food is offered to her, she used to consume it and lived in aRead More →

Pradyumna was the son of Lord Krishna and Rukmini. Pradyumna was an incarnation of Kamadeva, the god of love. LIFE Pradyumna was born in Dvaraka during dwapara yuga. Once, Kamdev was burnt by Shiva when he disturbed Lord Shiva’s meditation. Later Lord Shiva blessed his wife Rati and told that in his next birth Kamdev willRead More →

Shanidev refers to the planet Saturn, and is one of the important Navagraha in Hinduism. He is the god for Saturday as per Hindu calendar. Shani is also a referred in the Puranas and in vedic texts, and his mount is crow. He is the God of Justice in Hindu religion and will give favourable or unfavourable results to all,Read More →

Rahu and ketu are the powerful grahas as per hinduism. Rahu and ketu both are snake deities, who are responsible for causing eclipses of the sun and the moon, and they are also considered as the supreme among serpants. Rahu and Ketu are interlinked with each other. Rahu and ketu areRead More →

According to Holy texts, Bhringi was a great rishi, and an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. It is believed that he was very much devoted to Lord Shiva and only worships him and would not worship Mata Parvathi. Once the great rishi Bhringi went to Mount Kailasa and circumambulated Lord Shiva. Goddess Parvati hasRead More →

Pulipani Siddhar is an ancient siddhar and is the disciple of Bogar. He is a staunch devotee of Lord Shiva. Bogar installed Lord Murugan’s Navabashana idol at the Palani Hill, and daily he performed milk and panchamirtham abhishekham to the idol of Lord Murugan. After some time, his disciple Pulipani siddhar performed puja for LordRead More →

Kutruva Nayanar was a ruler of the Kalandai region, Thiruvarur district of Tamil nadu, and a Nayanar saint and an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. He is considered as one among the 63 nayanar saints. Though he belongs to Jain community, he was a sincere worshipper of Lord Shiva. LIFE Kutruva wasRead More →

Adisesha is known as the King of Nagas as mentioned in the ancient puranas. Sesha is holding the entire universe in his body and is chanting the names of the Lord Vishnu from his mouth. He is considered as a very noble and a pious god. He is also called by various names suchRead More →

Sri Konganar was believed to have been born during the 5th century BC, and is the disciple of Boganathar, and he is one among the 18 great siddhars. He was appreciated as the best student by Bogar himself. He was born in Erode in a goldsmith family. His main worksRead More →

Tapti is the goddess of river Tapti, and she is the daughter of Surya and Chaya. Her siblings are Yama, Yamuna, Bhadra, Shanidev and Ashwin Kumaras. Her husband name is Samvarna and their son name is Kuru, the founder of the kuru dynasty. She is mentioned in Mahabharata and Bhagavatam and also inRead More →

Vindyavasini is one of the various names of the goddess Durga. She gets the name of Vindyavasini, since she resides in Vindyachal.  Her temple is located at Vindyachal, on the banks of river Ganges, in Uttar Pradesh.    According to various puranas, it was stated that goddess durga took the avatar of Vindyavasini in orderRead More →