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Ganesh in Our Home

Ganesh in Our Home

Most of us usually keep Ganesh murthis in our home without knowing exactly where and how to place it. To remove all obstacles from your life and attract wealth and good health, one should follow certain simple Vastu rules; especially, as Ganesh a Chaturthi 2021 is coming up on the 10th September.
Ganesh A Few Short Stories

Ganesh A Few Short Stories

Ganesh Chaturthi is tomorrow, the much loved Hindu God.  I thought we would explore a few short stories about Ganesh…. The Jai Jais Way.

You might wonder why Ganesh is truly one of the most popular Hindu gods. Ganesh was actually given a boon (a wish) from another god. The boon granted him to be more revered and worshiped than even his father, and he would be the first god to be acknowledged when entering a temple.

Symbolism of Lord Ganesh

Symbolism of Lord Ganesh

Lord Ganesh, one of my favourite Gods.  We always pray to Ganesh when we embark on any new adventures.  The remover of obstacles.  Lord Ganesh's iconography is rich in symbolism, what he looks like what he holds each has a deeper meaning let's find out miore.
Janmashtami Who Is Lord Krishna?

Janmashtami Who Is Lord Krishna?

Lord Krishna is  the eighth avatar of Vishnu and is one of the most widely known deities in Hinduism. Krishna is depicted in a variety of forms because there are so many stories surrounding him. The most common story describes Krishna as a divine lover who plays the flute. Krishna. Krishna is the central character in the epic Mahabharata, the epic story including many of topics such as war, love, brotherhood, and politics. It is essentially the story of two warring groups of cousin brothers, the Pandavas and the Kaurvas. Krishna was the charioteer to Arjun in the battlefield.  The famous poem, the Bhagavat Gita, is spoken by Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield.