Ma Saraswati Namavali

MA SARASWATI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION The 108 names of Ma Saraswati are the divine names that explain her kind nature and her precious qualities. Ma Saraswati is a Vedic goddess, and she was mentioned in the Rig Veda. She contains equivalent powers similar to Ma Shakti and Ma Lakshmi Devi. She is theRead More →


MA LAKSHMI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Ma Lakshmi Devi is the beautiful consort of Lord Vishnu, and she can be seen seated in a big lotus flower in the pictures. She is the one who would shower her immense blessings on those who sincerely worship her by chanting her mantras, songs andRead More →


MA DURGA DEVI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Ma Durga Devi is a form of Shakti Devi, and both are considered as one and the same. Ma Shakti Devi had transformed into Durga Devi, during the time of fighting with the demons like Mahisasura, Shumba, Nishumba, Raktabija and others. Ma Durga is consideredRead More →

Sri Ayyappa Namavali

SRI AYYAPPA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Lord Ayyappa is a celebrity god, and he is worshipped mostly by the people in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, though during the annual Mandala Puja Festival, devotees from all parts of India would throng to the Sabarimala temple to have the glimpse of the beautiful Ayyappa.Read More →


SRI SUBRAMANYA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Lord Muruga is considered as a popular deity in Hinduism, though he is mostly worshipped by the Tamil devotees, and by the Tamil people living in abroad. Lord Muruga contains attractive features like holding the divine spear on his hand, his handsome face and his attractiveRead More →


    SHANI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Lord Saneeswara is the god of justice, and he is keenly observing all of our activities, good and bad, and based on that, he is giving rewards or punishments to us. Though Lord Saneeswara is considered as a god who contain anger, generally, he isRead More →


SAI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Sri Saibaba of Shirdi acts as a lovely god to his devotees. Devotees of Sai, consider him as their own parents and offers their regular prayers to him. Most of the devotees would be having the habit of reading the wonderful book, Sri Sai Satcharitra, which containsRead More →


LET US PRAISE OUR HOLY HINDUISM INTRODUCTION We have to always keep utmost faith on god and on our holy Hinduism. Only if we have faith on our Hindu religion, we would have faith on our gods and goddesses. Our Hindu religion is followed only in India, and there areRead More →


THIRUVILAIYADAL PURANAM INTRODUCTION The Thiruvilaiyadal Puranam is a collection of the various divine plays performed by Lord Shiva in the life of his devotees in order to test their true bhakti, and these interesting incidents were written by the 16th-century Shaivite Saint and Poet Sri Paranjothi Munivar, and he was born inRead More →


GANGA MA AARTI SONG INTRODUCTION Ma Ganga is the holy River Ganges, who is considered as the most sacred River in India. It is also believed that those who take bath in this holy River would get relieved from their past birth sins and they would become pure and piousRead More →


BRAHMATEJAS INTRODUCTION Brahmatejas means the radiance found on the face of the four headed Lord Brahma. We can also found Brahmatejas on the faces of the deities present in the temples. Ma Shakti Devi was described in the “Devi Bhagavatha Purana”, as a beautiful woman dressed in rich clothes, whoRead More →


BRAHMA RAHASYA INTRODUCTION Brahma Rahasya means the secrets of happiness which we can derive it from our own soul. Once when Rishi Narada met his father Lord Brahma, and informed to him about the troubles and turmoil faced by the people in the earth. On hearing this, Lord Brahma laughedRead More →


BRAHMA MUHURT INTRODUCTION Brahma Muhurt is considered as the most auspicious time, which would occur one and a half hours before sunrise, and as the name implies, it is described as the time for the creator god Brahma. Most of the learned scholars, temple priests and Vedic Pundits used to getRead More →


BRAHMARISHI INTRODUCTION In Hinduism, a Brahmarishi refers to a Rishi who contains more spiritual and meditative powers than others. Brahmarishis are considered as the mind born sons of Lord Brahma. The seven great Brahmarishis are Bhrigu, Angiras, Atri, Vishwamitra, Kashyapa, Vasishta, and Shandilya. Vishwamitra though he was born in Kshatriya clan, but dueRead More →


IMMORTALS INTRODUCTION Generally Immortals refers to the people living in the heaven and they are known as Devas or demigods. Those ordinary people who live in this earth are known as mortals, since their life period is already fixed by the god, and at any time, death may occur toRead More →


MEENAKSHI THIRUKALYANAM INTRODUCTION Meenakshi Thirukalyanam, is an annual festival event held at Madurai during the Tamil month of Chithirai. This festival is celebrated in order to sanctify Ma Meenakshi, a form of Ma Shakti Devi, by performing marriage to her along with her consort Lord Sundareswarar, a form of Lord Shiva, andRead More →


SRI SRINIVASA THIRUKALYANAM INTRODUCTION We could have noticed the divine marriage of Lord Lord Srinivasa, the god of seven hills, along with Ma Padmavathi in various pictures in the temples of Lord Vishnu, and it is believed that this divine marriage took place during the beginning of the Kali Yuga,Read More →