Rishi Dhaumya and Pandavas

By Ms. Usha Shinde
When did Rishi Dhaumya come into contact with Pandavas?
King Drupad had announced the wedding (Swayamvar)of his beautiful and brave daughter called Draupadi. Hearing about her, Arjuna decided to participate in the swayamvar and win her heart by showing his skill in archery. That time elders told that while going for such a endeavour, one should have a family priest with them. On the way they met Dhaumya Rishi and requested him to be their family priest and go along with them. Dhaumya agreed and the association started which lasted throughout the life of Pandavas.   [Read more…]

History And Significance Of Bhalka Tirth

Mahabharata’s great war was over, peace was restored and Pandavas started ruling the Kingdom. In spite of immeasurable human loss, common people were relieved from the turmoil. Peace and prosperity was slowly restored and life took its own speed. [Read more…]

Siddhas – Spiritual Sages And Their Life Stories

Gone are the days when the cock was the alarm clock timed with the sun’s arrival on the threshold of dawn
Cows mooing,birds chirping children already out helping mothers and grandparents.
Smells of hot breakfast delicacies enveloping the house, then off to school or place of work, wherever we are supposed to be.
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How Rama Setu Was Built? Its Importance

By Shashi Shriyan.
Engineering expertise amalgamated with Metallurgical sciences were used to built bridges in those ancient times which stands to this day as the Rama Setu bridging India and Shri Lanka,it is a living example of their in-depth knowledge.  [Read more…]

Bharata: Land of Guru Parampara, Siddhas and Rishis

By Shashi Shriyan.
Today let us learn something about our ancestry so dig into history.

Guru Shishya Parampara:
Guru is a sanskrit word for teachers, they impart knowledge, the most important aspect for an individual’s growth.
In days gone by, education was  synonymous to experience.
The Shishya or student stayed with the Master and his family in his house and helped in and around the household. [Read more…]

Importance of Cow, Punyakoti Story, Strength of Truth

By Ms Shashi.
Cow Mother – Go Matha:
In India we honour our cow as Mother.
Gomatha, we worship her during the festivals like Deepavali, Gopuja is a day, marked for her. [Read more…]