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what are the classes of warrior according to hindu mythology?

According to Hindu mythology there are 5 classes of warrior excellence. Rathi: A warrior capable of attacking 5,000 warriors simultaneously. Atirathi: A warrior capable of contending with 12 Rathi class warriors or 60,000 Maharathi’s: A warrior capable of fighting 12 Atirathi class warriors or 720,000

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How did Hanuman end up on Arjuna’s chariot in Mahabharata?

The emblem of Hanuman on the flag of Arjuna is another sign of victory because Hanuman cooperated with Lord Rama in the battle between Rama and Ravana, and Lord Rama emerged victorious. Lord Krishna is Rama Himself, and wherever Lord Rama is, His eternal servitor

12 common characters from Ramayana and Mahabharata

12 Commom characters from Ramayana and Mahabharata

  There are many characters who appears both in Ramayana and mahabharata. Here it the list of 12 such characters who appears in both Ramayana and Mahabharata. 1) Jambavanth: who was in Rama’s army wants to fight with Rama in Tretha yuga, fought with Krishna

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Story of Arjuna with Ulupi and Chitrangada

Story of Arjuna and Ulupi While on exile, (As he broke the rule of not entering any brother’s room (When that brothers with draupadi) by anyone, a solution suggested by Devarshi Narad) for 12 years, he decided to spent first few days on the GANGA

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Dashavatara the 10 incarnations of Vishnu – Part VI : Parashurama Avatar

Parshuram a.k.a Parashurama, Parashuraman  is the sixth avatar of Vishnu. He is son of Renuka and the saptarishi Jamadagni. Parshurama is one of the seven Immortals. Lord Parashuram was the Great Grandson of Bhrugu Rishi, after whom the “Bhruguvansh” has been named. He lived during

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Jarasandha A badass villain from Hindu Mythology

Jarasandha (Sanskrit: जरासंध) was A badass villain from Hindu Mythology. He was the king of Magadha. He was the son of a Vedic king named Brihadratha. He was also a great devotee of Lord Shiva. But he is generally held in negative light owing to

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25 Amazing Facts about hinduism

Here are 25 Amazing facts about hinduism 1. Hinduism is the world’s 3rd largest religion closely following Christianity and Islam. However, unlike the top 2 religions, 95% of Hindus live in a single nation! Source 2. If you ask a religious Hindu, when did Krishna

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Who was Karna and Arjuna in their previous birth?

Long long ago there lived an asura(demon) named Dambhodbhava. He wanted to become immortal and so prayed to the Sun god, Surya. Pleased with his penance, Surya appeared before him. Dambhodbhava asked Surya to make him immortal. But Surya couldnt  grant this boon since anything,

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Who are the seven immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology? Part 3

The seven Immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology are: Aswathama King Mahabali Veda Vyasa Hanuman Vibhishana Krupacharya Parashuram Read the first part to know about the first two Immortals i.e. ‘Aswathama’ & ‘Mahabali’ Here: Who are the seven immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology? Part 1 Read

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Who are the seven immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology? Part 2

The seven Immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology are: Aswathama King Mahabali Veda Vyasa Hanuman Vibhishana Krupacharya Parashuram Read the first part to know about the first two Immortals i.e. ‘Aswathama’ & ‘Mahabali’ Here: Who are the seven immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology? Part 1 3)

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Who are the seven immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology? Part 1

People always ask, Who are the seven immortals (Chiranjivi) of Hindu Mythology? Well lets first start with the meaning of the wird Chiranjivi. Chiranjivi or चिरंजीवी in Hindi, are immortal living beings in Hinduism who are to remain alive on Earth through this Kali Yuga

What are the similarities between Hinduism and Greek mythology? Part 2

Please do read our previous post “What are the similarities between Hinduism and Greek mythology? Part 1” So lets continue…… The next Similarity is between- Jatayu And Icarus :In Greek mythology, Daedalus was a master inventor and craftsman who designed wings that could be worn

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