Pancika is a yaksha and his consort is Hariti, and they had hundreds of children. According to the legend, Pancika was the army general of Lord Kubera, the god of wealth, and enjoys great powers by controlling the Yaksha army. He fought with several powerful warriors and won in the battles. Pancika appears along with his consort HaritiRead More →

Sri Narayana Teertha (1650–1745) was a Vaishnavite saint and an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna and composed and sung many songs on him. Narayana was born in a village at Andhra Pradesh to a pious Hindu family. He was an intelligent student and quickly grasped all the subjects. He contains very good qualitiesRead More →

URVASHI INTRODUCTION Urvashi was a pious and a chaste woman, who had contributed certain portions of texts in the Rig Veda (10.85). She was a great dancer, and due to her passion in   the dance field, she had become a celestial dancer and resides in the heaven, and discharging her duties according toRead More →

DAKSHINA PRAJAPATYA INTRODUCTION Dakshina Prajapatya, also known as Khyati, was one of the daughters of Lord Daksha, a great Prajapati and the mind born son of Lord Brahma. She was born before several lakhs of years ago, and she had contributed some texts in the Rig Veda (10.107). She livedRead More →

Baba Lokenath was born in the year 1730 in a Brahmin family in the village at Kolkata. As per the wish of his father, he has entered in the spiritual path. He learnt the Vedas, Shastras and other divine scriptures under a great scholar. At his younger age, he leftRead 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 →

Shakambhari is an incarnation of Mata Parvati, and is our holy mother. She accepts any Vegetarian Item as the Prasad. Usually in her temples, she would be decorated with various flowers, fruits and vegetables. It is also believed that during the times of drought and famine, Parvati Mata would incarnate asRead More →

Morya Gosavi (14th century) also called as Moroba Gosavi was a popular saint and an ardent devotee of Lord Ganesha. It is believed that he was born in Bidar, Karnataka, to a noble family, and since he was lazy at his childhood, and didn’t attend to the school properly, his father hasRead More →

Damaji (15th century), was a great saint belonged to the Varkari sect. He worked under the Bahamani king of Bidar.  He is an ardent     devotee of Lord Vithoba. He had done many social services for the welfare of the people. He was rescued by the Lord when he faced troubles. He has safeguarded the poor peopleRead More →

Kakabhushundi is a rishi and his details are mentioned in ancient Hindu texts. The great saint Sri Tulsidas was mentioned about him in his famous text Ramcharitmanas. Due to the curse of Rishi Lomasa, he has transformed into a crow, and decided to live the rest of his life in thatRead More →

Dasharatha was a descendant of the Ikshvaku dynasty and the king of Ayodhya who lived during the Treta Yuga. His birth name was Nemi. Dasharatha was the son of the great King Aja and Indumati. He had three wives and his sons were Rama , Bharatha, Lakshmana and Shatrughna. Dasharatha is a talented rider of his chariot which could move in allRead More →