Category: Gods

Sanatan Dharma

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Lord Shri Krishna (श्री कृष्ण भगवान)

  Lord Krishna ( श्री कृष्ण भगवान) is a great deity in the Hindu religion. He is the most popular incarnation of Lord Vishnu and supposed to be a complete incarnation called ‘Purnavatar’ (पूर्णावतार). He was born in Mathura (Uttar Pradesh, India). His mother was Devaki (देवकी) and his father was Vasudev (वासुदेव). He was…
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Lord Kartikeya

Lord Kartikeya is the Hindu god. He is also known as Murugan, Skanda, Kumara and Subrahmanyama. He is the elder son of lord Shiva and goddess Parvati and brother of lord Ganesha. He is the god of war and victory. He is also leader of god’s force. He is particularly popular in the South India…
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Lord Hanuman (जय हनुमान)

Lord Hanuman is one of the most worshipped deity in the Hindu religion. He is a great devotee of Lord Rama. Lord Hanuman is the god of courage, strength, knowledge, intelligence, celibacy and devotion. He is the destroyer of evil and protector of the devotees. He has played an important role in the epic Ramayana.…
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Lord Vishnu (विष्णु भगवान)

Introduction: Lord Vishnu is the most sacred, kind hearted and devotee’s centered god. He is the god of wealth and prosperity. Lord Vishnu is one of the supreme powers in Hindu mythology. He is the preserver and protector of our Universe. Lord Vishnu is recognized by various names, some of them are; Hari, Narayana and…
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Lord Shiva

Introduction: Lord Shiva is the supreme God in the Hindu mythology. He is the creator as well as destroyer of the universe. The other names of Lord Shiva are; Mahadeva (महादेव) Bholenath (भोलेनाथ) Shankar (शंकर) Rudra (रूद्र) Nilkantha (नीलकंठ) He is the lord of arts, meditation, dance and yoga. He is usually worshiped in the…
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Lord Ganesha

II श्री गणेशाये नमः II Lord Ganesha is one of the most sacred God in Hindu mythology. He is the god of; knowledge wisdom wealth Ganpati (गणपति), Vinayaka (विनायक) and Vighnaharta (विघ्नहर्ता)  are the other names of Lord Ganesha. Om shri Ganeshayae namah (ॐ श्री गणेशाये नमः) and om gan ganpataye namah (ॐ ग़म गणपतये…
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