Krishna Pushkaralu

Pushkaram is an Indian festival dedicated to worshiping of rivers. It is also known as Pushkaralu (in Telugu), Pushkara or Pushkar. It is celebrated at shrines along the banks of 12 major sacred rivers in India, in form of ancestor worship, spiritual discourses, devotional music and cultural programmes. The celebration happens annually, once in 12 … Continue reading Krishna Pushkaralu

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Hindu Dharma

Dharma is that which accomplishes the three tasks of keeping the organisational setup of the society in excellent condition, bringing about the worldly progress of every living being, and facilitating their progress in the spiritual realm as well.

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Hindu Festivals

Bharat has a number of Holy and Religious festivals and traditions. If the underlying science of the Holy and Religious festivals is known, they can be celebrated with added faith, hence in these articles more emphasis is laid on deeper meaning and underlying science.

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The code of conduct advocated by the Veds is very difficult for an average person to adhere to. To overcome this difficulty and to make it convenient for every one to follow the code of conduct and to facilitate their spiritual upliftment, the Purans have recommended vrats.

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Hindu Gods

When we understand the spiritual science about a Deity, it strengthens our faith in the Deity. Faith leads to enriching the worship with bhav, and worship with enriched bhav is more beneficial. Information on Hindu Gods from the spiritual perspective is given in these articles.

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Hinduism Practices

‘Happiness in the true sense (Anand) is possible only by being religious, that is, by following Dharma; hence, always endeavour to follow it’. Hindu Dharma has conveyed its message of being religious through various familial and social rituals such as birthday celebrations, aukshaṇ, gifting, etc.

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Hindu rituals

To enable mankind to get closer to God through the medium of various events that occur from birth to death, Hindu Dharma has formulated various religious sanskars. Among them, the post-death rite is the final sanskar. And shraddha rites to repay our debts unto the pitars.

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Spiritual Healing

Physical ailments end with death; however, spiritual ailments continue birth after birth and hence, they need timely treatment through spiritual healing. For human beings in Kaliyug, this process is no less important than life-saving oxygen.

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