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 →

Banasura was a thousand-armed Asura king, and the son of Bali, and the great grand-son of Bhakt Prahalad. Banasura is believed to have ruled the present-day Assam. Banasura, a great demon king, once ruled over a large kingdom. He was a brave and a courageous ruler who never got afraid of any one. Even the devasRead More →

Sri Govinda Vodeyar(16th century) previously followed Advaita philosophy, but later become a dvaita saint, with the blessings of his Guru Sri Vyasaraja. He was a great pundit and contains good knowledge in all the subjects. He was defeated in the debate held with Sri Vyasaraja, and he has accepted hisRead More →

Tukadoji Maharaj (1909–1968) was a spiritual saint and a social reformer and he was born in a poor family in a village in Amravati District of Maharashtra. He was a disciple of Aadkoji Maharaj. He was involved in various social welfare activities of Maharashtra and offered free food, clothes and provided shelters to theRead More →

Bahlika also called as Vahlika, was the famous king of Bahlika kingdom who lived during the previous Dwapara Yuga, that is, approximately 5,300 years back. He was the elder brother of Shantanu, who was the great king of the kingdom of Hastinapur. He was the oldest warrior who fought in the Mahabharata war. His sonRead 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 →

Babruvahana is a character in the Mahabharata. He was the son of Arjuna and Chitrangada. Babruvahana was lived with his grandfather and also ruled the kingdom of Manipura with his grandfather. He recognized Arjuna as his father only at a later stage in his life. Once when Arjuna went to Manipura inRead More →