Holy Kailash and Holy Lake of Manasarovar
Pilgrimage to Holy Kailash and Holy Lake of Manasarovar is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. This is the one spot where Sacredness, Natural beauty, Traditions and Cultures come together. Sacred to Hindus, Buddhists, Tibetans alike, Holy Kailash is considered to be the center of the universe. Also known as Mount Meru (or Maha Meru), Holy Kailash is the residing place for Lord Shiva, Parvathi, Ganesha and Karthikeya. Holy lake of Manasarovar is praised by Rishis, Munis and Sages to be the most sacred spot in the entire world.
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Newly added to the website is a collection of Sanskrit Slokas and simple and short mantras associated with several devathas, mostly two liners. We are also presenting some Slokas for the Nithya Anusamdhanam - daily activities. Short and simple slokas to be recited while waking up, taking bath, starting on a travel and so on...
Newly added to the website is a collection of spiritual Books. Slokas, Stotras, Biographies, Life works and many more varieties of books are available in various formats and languages.
You can view and download copies of Rama Charita Manas, Hanuman Chalisa, Bhagavad Gita, Gospel of Sri Rama Krishna, ...
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Newly added to the website is a section containing some of the greatest sayings and quotes in the ancient Hindu scriptures.
These are words of wisdom from great people ever known. This is also our first attempt to address multi-lingual information on this website.
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Hindu rituals are usually elaborate in nature. However, not without a purpose.
Articles section of this website aims at describing some of these in detail for the understanding of the users.
There are thousands of rituals defined in ancient Hindu scriptures for different purposes and contexts and are too many for any website to consolidate.
Hence we attempt to place here the articles that are rarely available over the web.
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Temples form a major part of the Hindu culture. They represent traditions, history, unity within diversity and much more. They define the way of life for Indians and the Hindu Dharma. Use the following links to Search and Browse different collections of temples available on this site: