This is a month when reading Ramyana, visiting Lord Shri Ram’s temple and following certain immunity boosting habits are customary. From construction of Ram Setu to mystery behind Dakshinayana is solved here.
A 300 year old Tibetan skull, beautifully engraved with Hindu mantra, has symbols of reincarnations, soulmates and Karma. But why?
Getting rid of disfigurement through a plastic surgery is not new, Indians seem to have known since atleast 650 BCE. The ancient gladiators of Europe were thankful to the Indians and so were the Kings, for a grafted piece of skin could turn itself into a nose and return the lost honour.
The science behind rituals of snake temples and groves of snakes called the sarpa-kavu.
Devotees mesmerized by the architectural beauty of Meenakshi temple are hardly aware of the 1000 yrs old functional rainwater harvest system in place in the temple.
The virus will bring about economic restructure, humanitarianism, disciplined life, end of greed for material possession and toxic masculinity, so that the human kind can undergo a metamorphosis that will last several generations.
Saturn is about old age, Pluto is about viruses, and Jupiter is about long distance travels– summary of why Corona virus was triggered by Karma. What does the future hold for us?
Brahui, a language spoken by 2 million Pakistanis, finds it’s origin in southern-India, about 2000 Km away from Baluchistan. This language has piqued the curiosity of many across the world, but within the subcontinent the subject hasn’t created enough pandemonium.
Are the newly discovered Human cousins–Denisovans, who were ostensibly a taller species, same as the giants mentioned in Hindu scriptures like Ramayana and Mahabharta? From whatever little that I have stumbled upon as proof, I am sure, will make Valmiki and Ved Vyas smile. After all they had not concocted stories but had written down the Indian subcontinent’s history in their epic poems. Back then these giants were called Rakshasas.
The Jyotirlinga temples in India, are dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that at these temples Lord Shiva appeared as a column of fire or the lingam of light. Dwadasa Jyotirlinga Stotra says there are 12 such Jyotirlingams in India, and that every devotee of Shiva must visit these temples. But what piques my curiosity is the progressive spiral shape around which these temples are situated.
People throughout the world retain the memory of earlier great spiritual civilizations that existed long before our current reckoning of history. They also talk of the Iceage meltdown which gobbled up beautiful […]
Dholavira, one of the five largest ancient cities in the subcontinent, that yielded many firsts towards the ancient Indian civilisation. But unfortunately not many within the subcontinent are aware of it.