Dwarka is an ethnic city of India which is most famous for its ancient temples and impressive customs running down through ages. Millions of Hindu devotees visit this place all around the year for seeking spiritual enlightenment. The place holds great mythological relevance as the kingdom of Lord Krishna whichRead More →

Virat Shakthi Peeth is the place where Devi Sati’s toes of the left foot fell. Here Devi is worshipped as Ambika (the goddess of power) and Lord Shiva as Amriteshwar(nectar of immortality). Location Virat Shakthi Peeth is located near Bharatpur in Rajastan. Bharatpur is also known as “Lohagarh” and theRead More →

River Ganga, also known as the Ganges, is the most famous and sacred river of the Indian Subcontinent rising from the Himalayan Mountains.Read More →

Amarnath Cave is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages dedicated to Lord Shiva. The shrine is located in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), India. It is the spiritual abode of Lord Shiva in his Linga form and is situated at the altitude of 12,756 ft, which is around about 88Read More →

Situated 35 km from Puri and 65 km from Bhubaneshwar in Odisha is the magnificent temple dedicated to the Sun God and declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in the year 1984 for its “Outstanding Universal Value”. Konark derived from two words ‘Kona’ meaning Sun and ‘Arka’ meaningRead More →