The holy land of India is a conglomeration of all religions with temples, mosques, churches and other edifices dotting its skyline. Its sacred rivers, historical past and rich cultural heritage has always been eulogised by historians both in India and abroad. Read More →

From ancient times, temples have been the hub of community life where all major events and festivals in an individual’s life have been celebrated. The structure and symbolism in a temple is deeply rooted in Vedic traditions. Read More →

A traditional Hindu temple generally has common characteristics which are at times influenced by region, mode of worship and culture. The main deity is generally placed in a Central shrine or Garbha Griha or sanctum sanctorum. Read More →

The entire cosmic creation begins from the point of the Pancha Bhutas or the 5 elements. They are Earth or Prithvi, Water or Jal, Fire or Agni, Air or Vayu, Ether or Akash.Read More →

Lord Brahma –‘ब्रह्मा’ is the first Deva of the Trimurti along with Vishnu and Maheswara (Shiva). Lord Brahma is the originator and the generator of mankind. He is the dhata (the giver), and the Vidhata (the Supreme Being).Read More →

Vishnu is the second of the Hindu Trinity. He represents the Sattva Guna and he is responsible for the sustenance, maintenance and protection of the universe.Read More →

Sati is a Hindu Goddess, who was the first consort of Lord Shiva. She is an aspect of Adi Parashakti and is also known as DakshayaniRead More →