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  1. The List of Holy Hindu Gods and Goddesses

    Lord Ganpati
    Introduction

    Who is God? Where is he? What is his role in our life? These are some of the questions that arise in the minds of learned, intellectual, alive and inquisitive people. Answer of these

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  2. Top 5 Krishna Janmashtami Decoration Ideas

    Lord Krishna Idol with Tree

    India is the hub of cultural events and celebrations that acquire an influential position in the country. The aura of festivity all around is unexpectedly amazing which includes events, activities, fun and enjoyment along with the spiritual connection. People are seen rejoicing and brimming with spiritual fever during the festive season.

    In India there are numerous festivals and cultural events which are celebrated throughout the year with a lot of enthusiasm. At many places people irrespective of their caste, religion or spiritual path they follow are seen taking great interest in indulging in all the activities of the festival. A huge crowd or gathering can be seen during festivals like Ganesh Utsav, Durga Ashtami, Shivaratri or Krishna Janmashtami. People love to be a part of these grand celebrations in India.

    About Krishna Janmashtami

    Lord Krishna is the popular Hindu god who is believed to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He

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  3. Vesak - The Celebration of Buddha Purnima by Devotees

    Brass Buddha Statue

    Spiritual health and wealth is extremely important for the healthy state of mind. Spiritualism combined with festivities creates the best of aura. Festivals play an important role in bringing out the spiritual aspect of an individual hidden within one's soul. In Hindu religion there are millions of gods who are praised by the human beings on earth. Every god has a story related to its appearance which is mentioned in various Hindu texts. These stories not only inspire but also reveal the facts about our country’s rich cultural heritage.

    In a similar way, Buddhist religion follows the path shown by Buddha the Enlightened one and the founder of Buddhism. Buddha according to Vaishnavism is the 9th incarnation of Lord Vishnu who discovered the concept of self-enlightenment through meditation or yoga. Buddha lived the life of an ascetic and was popular as the religious leader, teacher, preacher and a meditator.

    Every individual has the right to celebrate the pious existence o

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  4. Importance of 10 Days Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration

    Polyresin Ganesha Idol

    Every individual on earth is connected in some or the other way to spirituality. Some are followers of idol worship whereas some believe in performing yajna. There are some devotees who love to connect with god by participating in rituals and celebrating festivals related to god.

    Our beloved and the most auspicious Lord Ganesha is the important Hindu god whose presence spreads and attracts positive vibes. There are many occasions to remember Lord Ganesha that are celebrated in various ways in different parts of the country. Ganesha Chaturthi is one of the main festivals celebrated with much fervor around the country by Hindus.

    The festival marks the appearance or the birth of Lord Ganesha as per the Hindu texts. There are many stories popular about the existence of Lord Ganesha which explains the reason, motive and the ways in which he appeared. There is a popular story that explains the reason behind the formation of the elephant-head of Ganesha.

    Ganesha Chaturthi

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  5. Major Rituals Performed During Dhanteras Puja

    Standing Lakshmi Idol

    India is a land where people strongly believe in tradition and value their culture. Every religion in India is followed with huge faith and respect by people. Among other religions Hindu religion takes the oldest position and is the popular religion followed by the majority of Hindus.

    There are many festivals that are an eternal part of this religion that emerge on special days. These days depend on the celestial movement of stars, planets and other heavenly bodies. The festivals falling on these special days are crucial due to the position of celestial bodies. One such occasion is the festival of Dhanteras which falls on the 13th day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of Kartik as per Hindu lunar calendar.

    It is believed that on such days there are some special vibrations created around the surface of earth and also a shower of positivity from heaven which makes the day auspicious.

    About Dhanteras

    Dhanteras is the Hindu festival

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  6. Top 5 glorious temples of Lord Vishnu in India

    Badrinath Temple

    Everyone desires a place where they can sit and relax in a peaceful vicinity. Home is one of the places equipped with favourable amenities that can provide comfort to the body but not necessarily the soul.

    Soul does not demand materialistic comfort rather it looks for more pleasant options. "Temples" can be the most appealing options where one can find a satisfying break for its soul.

    When it comes to temples of Hindu gods, one can be thrilled to know the abundance of options. There are millions of Hindu Gods which have a number of temples in their names. Especially if we talk about Lord Vishnu there is no dearth of Vishnu temples throughout the world. These temples flaunt some of the best carvings and sculptures leaving the beholder speechless.

    Some of the selective gems of Lord Vishnu temples picked throughout the globe including India are:

    1) Badrinath Temple, Badrinath, Uttarakhand, India:

    Residing in the pacifying location

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  7. Top 8 Tallest Hanuman Statues Across The World

    Lord Hanuman Statue

    Hindu culture is one of the most influential and oldest religions in the world which has its prominence throughout the globe. One can witness the presence of Hindu gods deities in the different corners of the world which has created a long-lasting impact on the hearts of beholders. There are innumerable deities of Hindu gods which are installed in different countries including India. These statues can be seen in various shapes and sizes from small to large and even very giant. These statues are built to show gratitude towards gods who fulfill our desires and protect us from negative energies.

    If we talk about Hanuman who is the beloved disciple of Lord Ram, lays the example of a strong personality empowered with great strength, positive spirit and fearlessness. There are a number of prominent Hanuman statues in the world which are enlisted in the category of tallest statues. Some of them are:

    1) Madapam Hanuman Statue, India:

    It is said to

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  8. Navratri - The Nine Forms of Maa Durga Worshipped and Celebrated

    Durga Ma Sherawali

    Festivals are a significant part of Indian culture and tradition that lays the foundation of the country’s rich heritage and spiritual history. The majority of festivals in India are connected to sacred gods especially if we talk about the Hindu religion, most of the festivals revolve around one Hindu deity. There are many ethical stories that belong to Hindu Vedic texts, epics, and other spiritual books which describe the facts related to festivals.

    Navratri is the most revered festival of Hindus which is dedicated to the sacred goddess Durga also referred to as Aadishakti and Maa Kali. Maa Durga is the mother goddess of Hindus and is worshipped by individuals in various forms. Navratri is the celebration of worshipping the nine pious forms of Maa Durga namely Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayini, Kalaratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri.

    The stories of every goddess is:

    1. Maa Shailaputri (Daughter of Mountain):
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  9. Top 5 Tallest Statue of Hindu Gods in The World

    Lord Murugan Statue

    India is the land of diversified cultural, spiritual and religious beliefs which vary from state to state and person to person. The country flaunts several religions among which Hindu captures the minds of the majority. Hindu religion is the largest and also the oldest one in the country with millions of followers. When we talk about Hindu religion we can't forget Hindu gods who hold a prestigious place in the hearts of every individual Hindu.

    Hindu gods have not only taken over the hearts but also occupied a portion of land in the entire world. There are numerous Hindu gods like Ganesha, Hanuman, Krishna, Ram, Shiva, Parvati, Durga, Kartikey, Vishnu, Lakshmi and more. The prominence of these gods is not only visible in India but also in the entire world. A number of statues have been made in the corners of the world to show our gratitude towards them and represent their majesty. These gods have supreme powers and capabilities to create, nurture and destroy the universe.

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  10. 2 Major Reasons for Nataraj Avatar by Lord Shiva

    Lord Nataraj

    Indian culture is the abode of brilliant amalgam of art and culture, festivals, routine rituals, events and worship of different gods at different states. Festivals are the best way to represent the richness of one's state or place through celebration.

    Indian culture is the abode of brilliant amalgam of art and culture, festivals, routine rituals, events and worship of different gods at different states. Festivals are the best way to represent the richness of one's state or place through celebration.

    There are many Hindu gods who establish an amazing relationship with dance. Krishna as Natwar, Maa Durga also performs a violent dance in the form of Goddess Kali and Lord Shiva as Nataraj.

    Lord Shiva as Nataraj

    Lord Shiva performs a cosmic dance form which represents the cycle of birth and death. It relates the 'Tandava' form of Lord Shiva with creation, destruction and preservation. The form in which Lord Shiva dances represents all

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