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  1. 5 Attractive DIY Diya Decoration Arts for Home Decor

     Diya For Diwali Puja

    Do you have that itching palm to flaunt your artistic skill and creative talent to the world? So, do not restrict yourself or wait for any opportunity to knock on your door rather create one. Today's modernized world is full of lucrative gateways which offer amazing platforms to showcase your creativity.

    Creativity can dwell anywhere in the form of art and craft, music, dance, painting, sketching or more. So, if you are blessed with the phenomenal talent of adding beauty to any product then festivals, occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, parties etc are the time to display the hidden ability in you.

    Festivals are the best time when art and craft take the front position and fetch attention. Lights, candles and diyas have a major role to play in many festivals like holi, diwali, christmas, eid, day of purnima or many other celebrations. Those who wish to spend their time in decoration then there are many wonderful DIY ideas, beginning with the DIY diwali diya decoration

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  2. Top 8 Hindu Temples in India Dedicated to Goddess Durga

    Vaishno Devi Temple

    The story about the creation, preservation and destruction of the universe is a mysterious one that has driven many curious people crazy. According to the Puranas and ancient Hindu texts, there are many different stories showing different perspectives about the universe. According to some stories, Trinity gods created the universe and contributed to playing other roles. On the other hand, this impeccable creation has been the result of mother Goddess Durga.

    Story of Durga

    There was a devil Mahishasura who grew extremely powerful and merciless, threatening the entire universe and creating chaos all over. He was given a boon that only a female could kill him so male gods were unable to control him. Due to this reason, all the gods contributed and collected their energies in one place, especially the Trinity gods (Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh) and created a female goddess known as goddess Durga.

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  3. Story of Magnificent Satyanarayan Pooja and Vrat Katha

    Lord Vishnu

    The fountainhead of this phenomenal universe is a mystery to many and a secret for others revealed by few. According to many spiritual and religious texts the origin of all existence revolves around the ‘Sanatan Dharma’ which is not only related to Hindu but accepted by all religions.

    When it comes to Hindu religion there are millions of gods and goddesses who contribute to the universe in some or the other way. Trinity gods are the main Hindu gods which comprise Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver) and Mahesh (the destroyer) of the universe. Lord Vishnu also known as Hari or Narayana is the preserver of the universe who is the main Hindu deity worshipped by people. Lord Vishnu is considered the most sacred by the Vaishnavism sect. He is the blue-colored god seen sleeping on the coils of the serpent Adishesha floating in the ocean of milk known as Kshirasagar along with Devi Lakshmi. It is believed that worship of Lord Vishnu with goddess Lakshmi in the house brings lot

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  4. Facts about "Shivling", The Symbol of Lord Shiva

    Shivling

    As we recite a most common shloka “Om Namah Shivay” we automatically get connected with the pious Lord Shiva and get exposed to his blessings. Lord Shiva is the ultimate destination of every individual who seeks moksha, peace and spiritual liberation from this materialistic world.

    Lord Shiva is the one whose appearance is extremely distinctive from the rest of the Hindu gods as he accepts all that is left out by the universe. He decorates himself with the things that are mostly rejected or disliked by the world. He puts on a snake as a necklace, his body is smeared up with ashes of corpses, he puts on the flesh of a tiger as a body cloth, his throat holds poison making it look blue.

    About Shivling

    Spread across the sea, the vibrations produced by the damru of Shiva, the radiance thrown out by the third eye when open, the moon light beaming on the head of Shiva all contribute to the universe in making it mysterious and full of adventure.

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  5. "Swastika" The Symbol of Prosperity and Good Luck in Hinduism

    Swastika

    When we talk about our prestigious country India we automatically connect to the very popular religion of Hinduism. Hinduism is the traditional ‘way of life’ or ‘dharma’ followed by the people of India known as Hindus. When we talk about Hindu culture there are two broad categories popular as ‘Sanatan Dharma’ and ‘Vaidik Dharma’. There are a number of unique texts, scripts, verses, signs, symbols and other snippets that make Hindu religion unique and important for every individual irrespective of its religion, caste, creed, gender and age.

    It is a magnificent culture which according to the Hindu texts has its root even before the origin of humans. Hinduism is followed by a huge number of about 1.2 billions followers around the world. Number of signs and symbols are there which have immense capacity to transform the life of people by bringing good fortune to them. One such popular symbol in Hinduism is 'Swastik'.

    About Swastika

    "Swastik" is

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  6. The Glory of Goverdhan Parvat Lifted by Lord Krishna

    Govardhan hill

    Universe, the creation by the almighty has immense esoteric splendours which are yet not disclosed. Whether related to mythological or spiritual facts there are stories of many gods that contain unrevealed incidences. One such incident is from the life of Krishna when he lifted up the magnificent Goverdhan parvat on his little finger. Yes, this is a real incident which took place during the life span of Krishna on earth.

    According to the spiritual belief Goverdhan parvat is not only a hill in a rock form but it is considered as the pious replica of Lord Krishna. The glory of great Goverdhan is well defined in many Hindu texts which are admired till date.

    About Krishna

    The finest example of a powerful, self-sufficient and complete personality on earth, Lord Krishna established the identity of existence and changed the way of life through his 'Bhagwat Gita.'

    Krishna is not only the manifestation of God but reflects the self of every

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  7. 5 Facts About Exquisite Thillai Nataraja Temple

    Thillai Nataraja Temple

    Hindu religion is a store of peculiar gems brimming up with a number of sacred gods, their forms, texts, verses and lots of marvellous temples. Temples are the assets of Hindu religion that preserve Indian culture and also showcase the tradition of India. Among many Hindu temples Thillai Nataraja Temple in the state of Tamil Nadu is the unique and special example of state of the art architecture.

    Extensive Hindu temples are the abode of God on earth that displays the richness of our culture and are widespread throughout the country. Temples not only represent our Hindu religion but are the places for devotees to express their devotion by performing several worship rituals. Temples flaunt the idols of gods which are very distinctive in looks and features and some are even self-appeared or swayambhu.

    Introduction

    Resting in the exotic location of Tamil Nadu state the breathtaking vistas of Thillai Nataraja Temple is simply soothing to eyes. This

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  8. Awakening Through Technique of ‘Buddhist Meditation Practice’

    Buddha Head

    There is no corner of the universe which is left untouched with the pain of sorrow. Grief is spread into the world like particles in the air. Despite this fact, a ray of hope is still alive in the hearts of people to witness happiness, peace and pleasure at the end of the day.

    Many spiritual and mythological texts have been the foundation of successful and happy lives. In this age of suffering, the need for self-contentment and getting rid of pain becomes necessary. It is the need of the hour to find sustainable ways to attain self-control and retain complete peace of mind.

    With a plethora of modern tricks of self-control available, there are people who still rely on the ancient ways of attaining peace. Meditation is one of the supreme sources of achieving peace and ultimately strengthening the power of thinking.

    What is Meditation?

    Meditation is the way of living today's life and a crucial part of everyone's lifestyle. The busy schedule

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  9. Top 5 Famous Ganesha Temples of India

    Siddhivinayak Temple

    Hinduism is an ocean of cultural, traditional and spiritual beliefs representing a fusion of religions in one. Hindu gods, texts, manuscripts and spiritual values display the richness of this religion. Moreover, the royalty of Hindu religion is flaunted at its best by the immaculate architecture of temples in India. Plethora of temples of different gods are constructed in India among which Lord Ganesha’s temples occupy a special space. There are many temples of Lord Ganesha spread all over India among which few of them are most visited throughout the year due to several reasons. Visiting these temples is a fantastic idea for travellers, holidayers and devotees for blessings of Lord Ganesha. Enlisted in the pious category of marvellous temples, some of the peculiar temples of Lord Ganesha include:

    1) Siddhivinayak Temple, Maharashtra:

    Counted among one of the most prestigious temples of Lord Ganesha, Siddhivinayak Temple is the richest temple in India. T

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  10. Interesting Facts About Nataraj Idol Story

    Antique Nataraja Idol

    Hindu religion is an ocean equipped with some of the best known esoteric spiritual myths and mythological facts. These myths are mentioned in Hindu texts such as Vedas, epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana and various Hindu Puranas.

    Each of these texts contain some valuable information and knowledge about Hindu gods, their stories and facts about their existence. Plethora of studies and researches have been conducted till date which still leave devotees and others curious and keen to know the eternal verities.

    One of the most adventurous stories of Hindu gods revolves around Lord Shiva’s form as Nataraj. Nataraj is the most sought-after lord which is considered sacred and threatening at the same time. The image appears soothing as well fearsome when looked upon by beholders.

    The unique sculpture is impeccable and astounding which leaves many visitors, admirers a

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