Rishi Garga was one of the most ancient sage and also a great contributor to the field of Ayurveda, and also an expert in astrology. He was the Author of Garga Samhita and Garga Hora which contains the details of astrology. LIFE Garga was the son of the great rishi Bharadwaja and Suseela. Garga alsoRead More →

Lakshmana is the younger brother of Rama and also his companion as per the epic Ramayana. Lakshmana is the twin brother of Shatrughna. He is regarded as the avatar of ADHISESHA, the divine serpent bed of Lord Vishnu. LIFE Lakshmana and his brother Shatrughna were born in Ayodhya to Sumitra and King Dasharatha during Treta Yuga. Lakshmana also accompanied Rama towards killingRead More →

             Bharata is the brother of Lord Rama as per the great epic Ramayana. Bharata was a great person who followed the path of dharma throughout in his life. According to the epics, Bharata is considered to be the incarnation of Shanka,   a divine emblem of Lord Vishnu.Read More →

INTRODUCTION Aravan is a noble character from Mahabharata. He is the son of Arjuna and the Naga princess Ulupi. Aravan is the deity and worshipped in the Kuthandavar Temple. He is also worshipped as a village deity and he is the main god for the transgender communities. The Mahabharata mentions the greatness of Aravan towards self-sacrificing his life. AravanRead More →

INTRODUCTION Vasudevanand Saraswati (1854–1914), is a great saint and lived a simple and pious life throughout his life. He is also considered as an avatar of Lord Dattareya, and also known as Tembe Swami. His father was a noble Brahmin scholar who worked as a priest in the Gangapur temple inRead More →

INTRODUCTION Bhairavi is a Hindu goddess and is one among the Mahavidyas. She is the consort of the shiva avatar Kala Bhairava. Bhairavi appears to be in fierce form and also called as Tripurabhairavi. She contains four hands and blesses us in her right hand. She is the protector of the entire universe and safeguards usRead More →

  INTRODUCTION Pavhari Baba was a great Hindu Saint who was born near Varanasi in a Brahmin family. He was born in a village at Jaunpur District in a Brahmin family. In his young age, he studied in ghazipur under his uncle’s guidance. After completing his education, he went on a pilgrimage to many holy places and performed yogaRead More →


UTTAMAUJAS IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION In the epic Mahabharata, Uttamaujas was a talented warrior of the Panchala Kingdom. In Mahabharata, he is described as a good looking and sweet natured person. The Panchala king Drupada considered him like his son, and he appointed him to act as a bodyguard to Arjuna. HeRead More →

Ma Sarama

SARAMA IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION As per our Holy Hindu Puranas, Ma Sarama is considered as an immortal female dog who lives in the Swarka Loka, also called as Indra Loka. She was mentioned in the Rig Veda, and once she helped Lord Indra to recover the divine cows which was stolen by the demons.Read More →


PARISHRAMI IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION Parishrami was the chief maid of the queens Ambika and Ambalika. They have united with Rishi Vedavyasa and produced Dhritarashtra and Pandu. After that, they sent their maid Parishrami to Maharishi Vyasa, and she united with Vyasa and delivered the pious Vidura. Parishrami is mentioned in the MahabharataRead More →


MALINI IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION Malini was the maid of Draupadi, and she was married to a brave soldier Pralanksena. They had a son Nakusha, and he served as the security guard of Drupada. Her husband and son were killed by Drona during the Kurukshetra war. Malini faithfully served Ma Draupadi, during her tough time also.Read More →


MADRI IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION As per the great epic Mahabharata, Madri, was the sister of Shalya, and she was the princess of the Madra Kingdom. Once Bhishma met Shalya and asked him to arrange for the marriage of his sister to Pandu. Bhishma also gave him lot of wealth to Shalya during theRead More →


KUNTI-BHOJA IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION According to Mahabharata, Kunti-Bhoja was the foster father of Kunti. Since he ruled the Kunti Kingdom, he was known as Kunti-Bhoja. Kunti was the daughter of King Shurasena but she was adopted by Kuntibhoja since he had no children. Kuntibhoja considered her as his own daughter and loved her very much. Kunti was veryRead More →


KARENUMATI IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION Karenumati was the daughter of the king Shishupala of Chedi, and she was the sister of Dhrishtaketu. Her husband was Nakula and their son was, Niramitra. After Nakula, Niramitra ruled the Madra Kingdom. Karenumati was a pious and a chaste woman, who served as a dutiful wife to Nakula, one ofRead More →


CHITRAVAHANA IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION Chitravahana was the king of Manipura, his consort was Vasundhara, and he was the father of Chitrangada. Chitrangada was married with Arjuna, and their son was Babruvahana. Chitravahana though he ruled a small kingdom, he was very generous and a good natured person. He charged lower amount of tax,Read More →


BANASENA – SON OF KARNA INTRODUCTION Banasena was the son of Karna, and he was excellent in handling weapons during the war. He was killed by Bhima during the Kurukshetra war. But Bhima allowed Karna to take his son’s body in order to perform funeral to him. Banasena was mentioned inRead More →

Akshay Patra

AKSHAYA PATRA INTRODUCTION Akshaya Patra also known as Amudha Surabi is a holy vessel, which contains unlimited food in it, and the details about the sacred object were mentioned in Mahabharata. This marvellous vessel was given to Yudhishthira by Lord Surya Bhagavan in order to obtain enough food from the Vessel during the times ofRead More →