Ma Chinnamasta Namavali

Ma Chinnamasta Namavali INTRODUCTION Chinnamastha is a Hindu goddess, and she is one of the Mahavidyas and a ferocious form of Ma Parvati Devi. Chinnamastha is a goddess of purity and sexual self-control and gives more energy for married people, and bless them to have good children. She also gives immortality after our death. The goddessRead More →

MEERABAI SPIRITUAL QUOTES INTRODUCTION Meera, also known as Meera Bai or Mirabai (1498–1547) was a great poet and an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. Meera was born into a Rajput royal family in Rajasthan, India. Most legends mention her devotion to Lord Krishna, and she was hated by her in-laws for her religious devotion. Though Meera bai has writtenRead More →


SPIRITUALITY GIVES GREAT VITALITY TO US INTRODUCTION Spirituality gives great vitality to us. Spirituality gives good spiritual energy for running our life successfully, peacefully, happily and enthusiastically. Spirituality means adopting various spiritual ways of worshipping the god, like breaking of coconuts in the temples, worshipping the deities in the temples,Read More →


MA GODAVARI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION According to Shiva Purana, sage Gautama, who is the son of Lord Brahma, had performed severe meditation on Lord Varuna on the Mountain Brahmagiri since there was severe drought in that area. Lord Varuna, the great ocean god, and the reliever of sins of the people,Read More →


SRI RAMANUJACHARYA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Ramanuja (1017 AD–1137 AD) was one of the most important influential spiritual masters of the  Vaishnavism tradition. According to traditional belief, he has been regarded as an AMSA of Lord Adhishesha. He founded the Bhakti movement on Lord Vishnu. He is also known as Sri Ramanujacharya, Udaiyavar, Yatiraja, Bhashyakarar, Godagrajar, Thiruppavai Jeeyar, Emberumanar and LakshmanaRead More →


SRI ADISHANKARA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Sri Adi Shankaracharya, was a great saint who advocated Advaita Vedanta in India.  He wrote commentaries on Brahma Sutras and Bhagavad Gita.  He explained the difference between Hinduism and Buddhism, stating that Hinduism tells “Atman (Soul, Self) exists”, while Buddhism tells that there is “no Soul, no Self”. Shankara travelled across India toRead More →


MA NARMADA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Narmada River is the holiest river and she can be considered equivalent with Ma River Ganga. River Narmada, Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari and Cauvery are the holiest rivers, and they are specially created in this earth for doing goodness to their devotees. They are formed through theRead More →


MA THULASI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Tulasi is considered as a best sacred plant in Hinduism. Hindus regard it as the manifestation of the goddess Tulasi. She is the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. The offering of tulasi leaves is compulsory in the worship of Lord Vishnu. Many Hindus have the habit of planting tulasi plants inRead More →


SRI GOMATHA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Kamadhenu also known as Surabhi is a divine goddess known in Hinduism as Gomatha. Kamadhenu is the heavenly cow. She gives good health, wealth, happiness and all sorts of benefits in our life. Kamadhenu is not worshipped as a deity, and there are no temples dedicated to her. But sheRead More →


MA KALI DEVI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Kali also called as Kali Devi is one among the Mahavidyas, and considered as a great goddess in Hinduism. She is worshipped for getting relieved from black magic and prolonged illness, to get great spiritual powers, and to obtain more mental and physical strength. Kali was formedRead More →


SRI SANKARANARAYANAR NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Sankara Narayana is a form of Lord Shiva and Vishnu, and there is a famous temple in Sankarankovil, where the famous Sankara Narayanan temple is located. In order to make the devotees of Vishnu and Shiva to realize that both of these gods are one and the same,Read More →

Sri Venkateswara Namavali

SRI VENKATESWARA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Lord Venkateswara also known by various names as Srinivasa, Balaji, Venkatachalapati and Govinda is a divine form of Lord Vishnu. Lord Venkateswara is the main deity of Tirumala Venkateswara Temple situated in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. Lakhs of devotees are visiting daily to the Tirumala Temple to have a glimpse of their dear god, and to getRead More →


SRI BALARAMA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Balarama is a powerful god and he is the elder brother of Lord Krishna. He is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra, Haladhara and Halayudha. Lord Balarama is considered to be an aspect of Lord Vishnu, and he is also regarded as an Avatar of the divine serpent bed of Lord Vishnu, Sri Adisesha. Balarama was theRead More →

Sri Nandikeswarar Namavali

SRI NANDIKESWARAR NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Nandi is the guardian of Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva and also he pleasingly serves as the mount to Lord Shiva. Almost in all Shiva temples, the statue of Lord Nandi will be there, before in front of Lord Shiva’s main shrine. Nandi worship exists for several thousands of years.Read More →


MA BHAVANI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Bhavani also known as Tulaja, Amba and Jagadamba is an incarnation of Mata Parvati. She is also worshipped in North India as Mata Durga. Once she killed the demon Matanga who created lot of problems to the people in the earth and also troubled the gods in the heaven. Due to the worship of theRead More →


SANTOSHI MATA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Santoshi Mata is a Hindu goddess. She is described as “the Mother of Satisfaction”. Santoshi Mata is particularly worshipped by women of North India and Nepal. Santoshi Mata vrata is mostly performed by women for fulfilling their wishes. Santoshi Mata vrata is gaining popularity among North Indian women, and nowadays also amongRead More →


MA GAYATRI DEVI NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Ma Gayatri is well known for her popular Gayatri Mantra. She is also known as Vedamata. Gayatri is considered to be the consort of Lord Brahma. According to ancient puranas, Ma Gayatri killed the demon Vetrasura, since he had given trouble to the people living in the earth and inRead More →


MA ANNAPURNA NAMAVALI INTRODUCTION Annapurna Devi is the goddess who provides food for all the living beings in the earth. The name Annapurna itself indicates as the giver of sufficient food. Annapurna is an important goddess, since through her blessings only, we are able to eat food and sustain in this world.Read More →


KARTHIGAI DEEPAM INTRODUCTION Karthigai Deepam is a festival of lights which is celebrated by the Hindus who belongs to South India. This festival is observed during the Tamil month of Kartigai (November to December). During Karthigai month, oil lamps would be lit mostly on every day, and during this festival, bigRead More →