INTRODUCTION Shri Krishna Saraswati Swamigal (1836-1900 AD) was lived in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. Swami was also called as Dattaswami. He is considered as an avatar of Lord Dattatreya. He was a spiritual saint and born in this earth to propagate the teachings and importance of Lord Dattatreya among the people. He will usedRead More →


  ASHTABHARYAS – THE EIGHT MAIN CONSORTS OF LORD KRISHNA INTRODUCTION Ashtabharyas are the eight chief consorts of Lord Krishna, during the previous Dwapara Yuga, and their names are: Rukmini, Satyabhama, Jambavati, Kalindi, Mitravinda, Nagnajiti, Bhadra and Lakshmana. Among his eight main consorts, Ma Rukmini is considered as an incarnation of Lakshmi Devi, and Ma Satyabhama is considered asRead More →

QUEEN CHENNAMMA INTRODUCTION Chennamma was born in a small village in Karnataka in the year 1778, she was a brave lady, and she was trained in all kinds of arts, and she was an expert in handling all kinds of weapons. From her young age itself, she was very muchRead More →

HEMA INTRODUCTION Hema served as a celestial dancer in the court of Lord Indra, and her details were mentioned in Ramayana. She was married with Maya, and  they had two sons, Mayavi and Dundubhi, and a daughter Mandodari, consort of Ravana.    After giving birth to them, she returned toRead More →

DEVIKA IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION Devika is mentioned in the Mahabharata. She was the daughter of the great King, Govasena, the ruler of the Sivi Kingdom, and she is believed                     to be the wife of Yudhishthira, and their son’s name was Yaudheya. Devika was a very pious, holy and a chaste woman,Read More →

  CHANDRABHAGHA IN RAMAYANA INTRODUCTION Chandrabhagha was the consort of Janaka‘s younger brother Kushadhwaja. Her two daughters were married to Bharata and Shatrughna. Chandrabhaga was mentioned in Ramayana as a pious, holy, chaste and a good natured and beautiful lady. She dutifully served her husband Kushadhwaja, and also she welcomed the guests likeRead More →