In order to accomplish his purpose, Hanuman took on the form of a saint and requested the brothers to tell him more about themselves. On knowing the truth, Hanuman knew in an instant that all of Sugriva's miseries were due to end and in an instant, he fell at the feet of Lord Rama. Later, in all humility, he took Lord Rama to the court of his king, Sugriva. … [Read more...] about Bond Between Lord Rama And Hanuman
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Rishi Attri Invited Lord Shiva And Family Once Rishi Attri and his wife Anusuya invited Lord Shiva and his family for dinner. Lord Shiva, along with Goddess Parvati and Little Ganesha went to their house. But as is well known to all, Lord Ganesha could not control his hunger for too long. He kept on telling his mother that he was hungry. Therefore, when the food was ready, Anusuya said she would serve little Ganesha first. Ganesha was so hungry that he continuously went on eating. Anusuya kept on serving, but his hunger did not seem satisfied. … [Read more...] about Why Lord Ganesha Likes Modaka?
It is said that the Goddess visits the cleanest home first. Also, the lights from diyas are said to light up her path. That is why we see lights everywhere and in every corner of the house. The broom, which is the symbol of cleanliness, is also adorned with Kumkum and haldi during Diwali. … [Read more...] about Significance Of Lakshmi Pooja During Diwali
Bathe the Idol or the picture with 'Gomootra' Follow the Shodashopachara vidhi to offer worship to the Lord. Lord Maha Vishnu is decorated with pleasant smelling flowers. Garland with fragrant flowers is offered to the Lord Maha Vishnu. Vishnu Sahasranama is a good mantra to chant on Akshaya Tritiya Day. At the end, offer Tulsi leaves. Perform the Aarti and distribute any prasad to everybody. Akshaya Tritiya Vrat Katha Once upon a time, there lived a good and pious man named Dharmadas. He was very polite and respectful of poor people and the Brahmanas. … [Read more...] about Akshaya Tritiya Vrat Katha And Vidhi
Scholar- In Hindu mythology Ravana is depicted as ten headed man. This is often referred to as symbolism of the immense knowledge of the Vedas and other Hindu scriptures that he had. He had also mastered all Kshatriya skills. His twenty hands depict his never ending desire for more in his life. This great scholar had also composed the 'Shiva Tandava Stotra'. He could entrance everyone with his amazing of skills playing the veena (musical instrument). … [Read more...] about Ravana: A Tragic Hero