Lord Brahma –‘ब्रह्मा’ is the first Deva of the Trimurti along with Vishnu and Maheswara (Shiva). Lord Brahma is the originator and the generator of mankind. He is the dhata (the giver), and the Vidhata (the Supreme Being).Read More →

Vishnu is the second of the Hindu Trinity. He represents the Sattva Guna and he is responsible for the sustenance, maintenance and protection of the universe.Read More →

Sati is a Hindu Goddess, who was the first consort of Lord Shiva. She is an aspect of Adi Parashakti and is also known as DakshayaniRead More →

Durga

According to Hindu mythology, Navadurga literally means the manifestation of Durga in nine different forms. Navdurga refers to Goddess Parvati.Read More →

The goddess Lakshmi is one of the most popular and widely venerated goddesses, today. It is said that she gives money and wealth.Read More →

The gentle and nurturing aspect of Shakti is goddess Parvati. She is the Hindu Goddess of fertility, love and devotion. She is the consort of Lord Shiva, one of the trinity who is the regenerator and destroyer of the universe.Read More →

One of the most significant and enduring women characters through the ages in the Hindu religion depicting a model of perfection and excellence with endearingly human traits is undoubtedly Devi Sita the consort of Lord Rama.Read More →

In the Sanatan Dharma or Hindu Dharma, the concept of devatas is multifarious. Broadly speaking there are two orders of devata worship amongst the Hindus.Read More →

Among the Hindu pantheon of Gods, one of the most famous among them is Lord Balaji also known by his various names such as Srinivasa and Venkateshwara. He is said to be one of the most powerful Hindu Gods mentioned in the Puranas. Read More →

One of the most important deities in Hindu mythology is Vayu, the Wind God.Read More →