Spiritual

Dashaswamedha Ghat, Varanasi

Witnessing the spectacular Ganga aarti at the Dashaswamedha Ghat, Varanasi

'Banaras me toh Ganga bhi ulti behti hai', a colloquial adage meaning here in Banaras, even the mighty Ganges flows in reverse. In Banaras or Varanasi, as it is presently called, river Ganga takes a crescent-shaped turn towards the north, an aberration in the southward flow of the river which ...
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Manikarnika Ghat

Manikarnika & Harishchandra: My experience in the cremation ghats of Varanasi

Manikarnika Ghat is among the oldest and most revered ghats of Varanasi. This is one of the two cremation ghats in Varanasi and is believed to be the most auspicious place for a Hindu to be cremated which leads to attainment moksha. Legends mention that Lord Vishnu meditated at this ...
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VLOG: Day trip to the Isha Foundation and the Adiyogi statue at Coimbatore

Isha Foundation is a non-profit, spiritual organization founded in 1992 near Coimbatore, India, by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudevji. The organization under the leadership of Sadhguru consecrated a mammoth bust statue of Lord Shiva in his customary meditation posture which holds the Guinness Book of World record for being the largest bust ...
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Prem Mandir

Walking on Krishna’s trail: Mathura and Vrindavan

Krishna, the supreme lord is seen, understood and experienced in different ways and emotions by different people. He is an irrepressible child, a terrible prankster, an enchanting flute player, a graceful dancer, an irresistible lover, a truly valiant warrior, a ruthless vanquisher of his foes, an astute statesman and kingmaker, ...
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Golden Temple Amritsar

An evening at the Golden Temple in Amritsar

Serene, Serving and Scintillating - three adjectives that capture the essence of an evening at Harmandir Sahib, more popularly known as the Golden Temple of Amritsar. Its hard to imagine anything more beautiful than the coruscating Harmandir Sahib under the night sky; a view that can rival the iconic Taj Mahal ...
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Bodh Gaya

Mahabodhi Temple : Tracing the roots of Buddhism

Buddhism, one of the prominent religions of Asia traces its origins to Bodh Gaya. The place where Prince Siddhartha became Lord Buddha. The place that preached the world about virtues of peace and nonviolence; about benevolence and the subtle art of dharma. Situated in Bihar, a state much despised for ...
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Mukhteshwara Temple

Mukhteshwara & Raja Rani temple at Bhubaneswar

Mukhteshwara (Lord of Freedom) temple, often called the "Gem of Odisha culture" is a 10th century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Mukhteshwar temple has a typical Kalinga architecture featuring a Mukhasala, a Jagamohana and the Vimana. Mukhteshwara temple, though a dwarf, when compared in size to other temples built during ...
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