Hinduism Blog Posts

Madhupur Satra

In the year 1489, when Sankardeva reached Kochbehar, the then King of Koch - Rajbangshi dynasty Maharaja Naranarayan requested him to preach and spread the teachings of the Neo-Vaishnava cult. In his honour, the king built the Satra in the 16th centu...
by SANDIP TALUKDAR on Nov 15, 2016

Harmony In Diversity Gallery

Do you know how many different faiths are being practiced here in Singapore? Well, apart from the usual Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Buddhism, that is.Like the majority of you, I was clueless about it too but after visiting the Harmony In Divers...
by The Dead Cockroach on Nov 9, 2016

The beauty of the Hindu tradition in Indonesia

The beauty of the Hindu tradition in IndonesiaHistory has shown that the teachings of Hinduism is the oldest in the world. This religion has evolved from India to the rest of the world by peaceful means. We can find a way to pray and culture or tradi...

Hindu Branches, Sects & Schools

Hindu Branches, Sects & Schools What are the sects and denominations in Hinduism? Modern Hinduism is divided into four major devotional sects: Vaishnavism, Shaivism, Shaktism, and Smartism. Vaishnavism and Shaivism are generally regarded as monot...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

Who is a Hindu?

Who is a Hindu? Seven Features of Hinduism Recognized by Indian Law Courts The Supreme Court of India defined the features of a Hindu in its 1995 ruling of the case, “Bramchari Sidheswar Shai and others Versus State of West Bengal.” At one place,...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

The Sacred Texts of the Hindus

The Sacred Texts of the Hindus The Basics of Hinduism According to Swami Vivekananda, “the accumulated treasury of spiritual laws discovered by different persons in different times” constitutes the sacred Hindu texts. Collectively referre...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

Theories About the Origin of Hinduism

Theories About the Origin of Hinduism A Brief History of Hinduism According to historians, the origin of Hinduism dates back to 5,000 or more years. The word “Hindu” is derived from the name of River Indus, which flows through northern In...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

The Main Tenets of Hinduism

The Main Tenets of Hinduism The Basics of Hinduism Hinduism lacks any unified system of beliefs and ideas. It is a phenomenon and represents a broad spectrum of beliefs and practices which on one hand are akin to paganism, pantheism and the like, and...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

Hinduism: The Only Religion to Exult the Greatness of Other Religions

Hinduism: The Only Religion to Exult the Greatness of Other Religions Renewal of Authentic Hinduism Sanatana Dharma, authentic Hinduism, is a religion that is just as unique, valuable and integral a religion as any other major religion on earth, with...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

6 Myth Busters About Hinduism

6 Myth Busters About Hinduism Facts About Hinduism You Must Know Hinduism is a unique faith! The most obvious misconception about Hinduism is that we tend to see it as just another religion. To be precise, Hinduism is a way of life, a dharma. Dharma...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

Hinduism

Hinduism About 80 percent of India’s population regard themselves as Hindus and 30 million more Hindus live outside of India. There are a total of 900 million Hindus worldwide, making Hinduism the third largest religion (after Christianity and...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

How Do You Define Hinduism & Towards Clearly Defining Hinduism

How Do You Define Hinduism? The Basics of Hinduism Hinduism is essentially an Indian phenomenon. It is the dominant faith of India, practised by over 80% of the population. Since religion is a way of life in India, Hinduism forms an integral part of...
by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

Celebrate Diwali – Vastu Tips

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by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

Eight Vedic Samskaras Essential Rites

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by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

The Five Vedic Practices

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by Witches Of The Craft on Jun 2, 2016

The Goddess Saraswati

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by Witches Of The Craft on May 31, 2016

Game of Thrones

I risk my already flagging street cred by admitting this, but I don’t watch Game of Thrones. In fact, I started to read the first book a couple years back and I just couldn’t get into it. Well, only 80 … Continue reading →...

Relevance

I touch the feet of my parents before leaving, not because of any fear, but because of respect. I also have scientific justification for it, and that's what probably is being looked for. As per modern science, the right side of our body consists of p...
by SANDIP TALUKDAR on Apr 29, 2016

Almighty mantra for mental peace.

In the Vedic literature Lord Krishna is described as the ultimate source of all knowledge; hence, He is also the most reliable source of knowledge and the greatest well wisher of all the living entities.The whole the disciplic succession begins from...
by Journal Edge on Dec 24, 2015

Candi Prambanan a beautiful Hindu temple in Yogyakarta, Java Island

Do you want to see the majesty of Hinduism outside India? You can find it on the island of Java, Indonesia, a beautiful Hindu heritage, Candi Prambanan. The temple is very beautiful, that you should visit in the near future. If you vacation in I...
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