The Hindu religion reserves a special place for nature worship. Besides worshiping Gods and Goddesses, the Hindus also worship nature in the form of the Sun, Moon, Rivers, Mountains, Trees, Plants, Cows, and Snakes.
The Swastika is regarded as one of the most important symbols in Hinduism (Sanatan Dharma). It’s an extremely special symbol in Hinduism. Every Hindu respects the sacred Swastika symbol. In fact, no Hindu religious ritual is deemed complete without the symbol of Swastika.
Jagannath Rath Yatra, or Chariot Festival, is a hugely popular festival of the Hindus. It is celebrated yearly on the second day of the Shukla Paksha in the Hindu month of Asadh, the third month of India’s Hindu lunar calendar. It usually falls in June or July.
The legends and mythological stories in the Hindu Religion go on to present a unique aspect of the Hindu Religion. The Puranas and other religious scriptures of the Hindu Religion have innumerable mythological stories.
Shani Dev is one of the main deities in the Hindu Vedic Religion. He rules the planet Saturn which is considered one of the nine heavenly objects in the Navagraha system of Hindu Astrology. Today we are sharing Shani Jayanti’s details and date.
Festivals are a central part of Indian culture. It would not be an exaggeration to describe India as a land of festivals. There are scores and scores of festivals that are celebrated with great pomp and devotion throughout India. One such popular and important festival is Sita Navami.