Moksha is a term used in Hinduism which refers to liberation, enlightenment, and release. It is a state where one gets complete freedom from Samsara, from the cycle of death and rebirth. It also refers to a state where one gets liberation from ignorance.
The Upanishads are one of the most important religious and philosophical texts of the Hindus. They were written somewhere between 1500 BCE and 1000 BCE during such times when the Indian society started to raise their doubts about the traditional Vedic practices. The post offers you a detailed and insightful summary of the Upanishads.
Mauni Amavasya, also known as ‘Mauna Amavasya’ and ‘Bhomavati Amavasya,’ is a very ancient and unique Hindu tradition observed on the ‘no moon day’ (Amavasya) in the Hindu month of Magha.
The Hindu religion is known for its diverse religious customs and beliefs. Fasting (Vrata) is one of the integral parts of the Hindu religion, mainly performed to get the blessings of Gods or Goddesses. Today we share with you Sakat Chauth Vrat Katha and Date 2024.
Kartik Purnima is one of the most popular festivals of the Hindus. Today, you come to know about Kartik Purnima’s Significance and Date. Kartik Purnima is also known as Tripurari Purnima or Tripuri Purnima. Sometimes Kartik Purnima is called Deva Diwali or Deva Deepawali.
Diwali, or Deepavali, is by far the most popular and extravagant festival of the Hindu Religion. Its significance is that Diwali is also celebrated by the followers of Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism in various forms and customs. It will not be an exaggeration to repute this festival as the biggest festival in India. Diwali is
Each year Navratri is celebrated with great joy, enthusiasm, devotion, and dedication. There is an atmosphere of festivity worldwide as people celebrate the Mega Festival honoring the Mother Goddess Durga – The Cosmic Energy that protects and preserves life on this planet Earth. Know the Navratri Date for 2024, which includes Chaitra and Shardiya Dates.
India is the country of festivals and we love to celebrate festivals. Most of the festivals don’t have any fixed date because festival dates are calculated as per Hindu calendar. Every year there is a new date for the same festival so we can’t remember festival dates. So here is the date list of Hindu