Our temples and tourism (Part-I)

Ours is an ancient land of Sanatan Hindu religious tradition. For her geographical position Hinduism is always one of the ways of life here. So, hundreds of Sanatan holy places (Shakti peetha, temple, ashram or math, shmashan etc) concerned with…

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Bio diversity and some beliefs

Bio diversity refers to the variety of living organisms including ecosystems, plants, animals, their habitats and genes. Bio diversity is fundamental to life on this planet. God has created millions of species of plants, animals and microorganisms, the enormous diversity…

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Enlightening the entire life

“Energy can be transformed (changed from one form to another), but in can neither be created nor destroyed.” Hinduism does not deny this truth. Sanatan Hindus worship Shakti (energy) in the form of Great Goddess or Divine Mother. The devotees…

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The masterminds of medical science

Hinduism is enriched with the knowledge of medical science. Sanatan Hindu scriptures are the sources of a lot of modern medicines and treatments. The Ayurveda, Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharata etc involve stories regarding different branches of medical science. But who were…

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Seismic plates and a sacred story

In recent years some major earthquakes around the Earth have threatened the inhabitants of this planet. Day to day this threat is increasing. Modern scientists are trying their best to find out a way to forecast earthquakes, experts are making…

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The appearance of an Avatar

The appearance of Lord Rama, the seventh Avatar (Incarnation) of Lord Vishnu, is observed as the festival of Rama Navami. The festival falls on the 9th day of the bright fortnight of the month of Chaitra (March-April), which is the…

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The carnival of colors

Holi, the festival of colors, is celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Bengali month of Phalgun. It includes different rituals like a public bonfire, puja (worship), merrymaking, throwing and applying of colored water and avir (colored…

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A grand gala night

Shivaratri or Shivachaturdashi is one of the important Hindu festivals. It falls on the 14th night of the new moon during the dark half of the Bengali month of Phalguna. Sanatan Hindu scriptures contain many stories and legends describing the…

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Vogue of vegetarianism

‘Veg’, ‘Non-veg’, ‘Vegetarian’, ‘Vegetarianism’ etc. words are frequently heard nowadays. A growing trend towards ‘Vegetarianism’ are seen among the health conscious people around the world. The dieticians and physicians are now suggesting the new generation to concentrate on their daily…

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