The second varna in Hinduism is Kshatriya. Varnas is the essence of Hindu society. Each varna has been assigned a certain job that they must do. For example the responsibility that is given to the Kshatriyas is to fight and protect the other varnas. The Kshatriya comes just after the Brahmins. They are the police […]
There are four varnas in Hinduism. Varnas means the sections of the society. The Hindu society was divided into four varnas. The four varnas are – Brahmins, Khatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras. Even today the system of Varnas is followed but not as strictly as it was years back. The first and the most important of […]
12th of January is the birthday of a great man, Swami Vivekananda. A saint above par, he undertook various efforts for reviving Hinduism. He became interested in spirituality at a very young age. Read along for an interesting incident from the Swami’s life.
Newton’s third law of motion – for every action there is an equal and an opposite reaction – or the law of cause and effect is much more than a law of physics. It is a working principle of cosmic interactions that take place in the world. Rather putting it the other way round, Newtons 3rd […]
All religions have their pilgrimages. Going to these pilgrimages make people closer to their religion. In Hindu religion one must visit at least four spots of religious importance to get moksha. There are many Dhams or places that are considered as pilgrimage in India. We will discuss about the Char Dham Yatra in this article. […]
Interesting isn’t it to know that whatever you are doing today will get back to you sooner or later and in some form or the other. We all have heard a lot about Karma and the effect it has on our lives. Some of us believe it some of are sceptical about it and some […]