Home Insync Pulse Pulse on September 25, 2013 Today, we celebrate National Comic Book Day. As a child, we come across a number of comics which we want to fondly read, but then these comics which have an age bar on them are strictly prohibited from children. Youngsters, on one hand believe that the only way to de-stress from the things we do on an every day scale is to simply pick up a comic book and enjoy a good read. However, when we talk about comic books there are only a few of the best that one would prefer. On National Comic Book Day, we present to you some of the worlds best comics you need to read. These comics not only make your day, but also add that special colour into your life. If you ask anyone which is their favourite comic book, you are sure to get a long list of names. Comic books were invented for you to learn the different side of life in an animated way where you get to be apart of a super natural world. Comic … [Read more...] about National Comic Book Day: Best Books To Read
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Home Yoga spirituality Faith mysticism Faith Mysticism on September 20, 2022 The village of Khiching is synonymous with exquisite granite stone constructions and sculptures by adept craftsmen. Built completely from black stones, the temple of Kichakeshwari is located in the heart of Kinchung city, near Baripada of the Mayubhanja district in Odisha. Kichakeshwari is originally the avatar of Chamundeshwari, or Durga Devi whose temple is known for some very historically significant reasons and the mystery that is interwoven with its existence. Under the early Bhanja rulers, Khiching was flourishing and Brahmanism, Buddhism, and Jainism were extensively followed side by side. History says that Kinching earlier was ruled by the kings of the Bhanja dynasty whose reign was known for spiritual activities, and for patronising the architectural ventures of that time. The 8th-century old temple Goddess Kichakeswari Temple, being … [Read more...] about Durga Puja 2022: Kichakeshwari Durga Temple Of Odisha
Home Pregnancy parenting Baby Baby on September 2, 2022 World coconut day is observed on 2 September every year. The APCC (Asian and Pacific Coconut Community) initiative, the first observance of World Coconut Day, took place in 2009. The World Coconut Day theme for the year 2022 is "Growing Coconut for a Better Future and Life". Coconut milk, obtained from coconut, is said to have ample health benefits and is a common ingredient used in Indian cooking. It has gained popularity around the globe as a replacement for dairy, making coconut milk an easy, cruelty-free addition to your dishes. Coconut milk is made from the flesh of the mature brown coconuts and has a thick consistency with a rich, creamy texture. Coconut milk is high in various vitamins and minerals and is the best option for people who are lactose intolerant and vegans. However, how safe and healthy is coconut milk for babies and children? Coconut … [Read more...] about World Coconut Day 2022: Is Coconut Milk Safe For Babies And Children? Benefits, Risks And Recipes
Home Yoga spirituality Faith mysticism Faith Mysticism on April 12, 2018 Do you know that the Mughal emperor Akbar worshiped Jwala Mata and had even offered a Chattar/ parasol made from Gold in the temple? Well, while many already know this, what might be unknown to them is that the parasol, was originally offered in gold, but since Mata did not accept it, the Chhattar just then turned into an unknown element. During the reign of Akbar, Mata Vaishno Devi was largely worshiped by the Hindus. The emperor was unhappy to see the growing faith of his people in the religion. He decided to test the power of Devi Durga. During the same time, among the devotees, was one person, named Dhyanu. He was popularly known as Dhyanu Bhakt. Once he was on his pilgrimage to the Vaishno Devi Shrine. When Akbar came to know about him and his pilgrimage, he summoned him to his court. Dhyanu Bhakt presented himself before the king. A debate … [Read more...] about History Of The Golden Parasol At Jwala Ji Temple, Vaishno Devi.