Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is a very important and revered festival of the Hindus, celebrated in August-September. Learn more about it in this Buzzle article.
Holi - The Festival of Colors
The onset of spring in the tropical countries is the beginning of longer days and shorter nights. In India, the most significant festival that actually revels in the experience of color, the sprays of cheers is Holi, which is the...
The Vedic Age of Ancient India
Fact about the Vedic Age
The Aryan civilization is considered as the golden age in Indian history. The arrival of the Aryans marked the beginning of the Vedic Period or the Vedic Age. The world witnessed the evolution of the Hindu religion in this period.
List of Hindu Gods and Goddesses and Their Powers
Hindu gods and goddesses and their powers
The Hindu religion has a vast mythology that is recorded comprehensively in scriptures. They list many gods and goddesses in their various manifestations. Each one has many interesting qualities and powers. Buzzle lists the...
46 Noteworthy Quotes from the Bhagavad Gita
Quote from Bhagavad Gita by Lord Krishna
The Bhagavad Gita is a collection of scriptures that contain the spiritual discourse given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna just before he is to commence battle. The Gita, as it is popularly known, is a part of the Hindu epic, Mahabharata...
The Goddess Kali
Symbolism of Goddess Kali
Kali-she is the well from which gods themselves emerged, the ultimate warrior, the ultimate mother, and the keeper of death, the adi Mahavidya.
The Science Behind Various Hindu Traditions
Tradition of applying tilak or kumkum in Hinduism
Hindu culture, like any other, has its own unique way of life. The traditions followed by Hindus since ages actually have scientific reasons, and are not mere religious rituals. Get to know the science behind some such Hindu...
Symbolism in Indian Culture
Symbolism in Indian culture
The Indian culture has a rich and vast history. This has led to the culture being related to many symbols. We see some of them in this Buzzle post.
Basic Beliefs of Hinduism
Hinduism is considered to be one of the most tolerant religions in the world. One of the basic beliefs of Hinduism entails, attaining 'moksha' from the cycle of rebirth.
Hinduism - Facts about Hindu Religion
Hindu religion
Hinduism is a complicated religion to understand, unless one has grown up being a Hindu. With so many deities and traditions forming part of it, it also makes for one of the most interesting religions in the world.
Is Hinduism Really a Religion?
Hinduism, one of the oldest organized faiths, has approximately 1 billion adherents throughout the world. But, is it really a religion or just a way of life? Read through the article and take your pick...
Vedic Period Costumes
Have you ever wondered what people wore during the Vedic period in India? If you are curious, find some interesting Vedic period costumes mentioned in the article coming up for you. Take a look.
Beliefs in Hinduism
The Hindus believe in a lot of things, however, the basis of Hinduism dwells on some solid principles. Know all about the beliefs and practices of this religion from the following article.
Oldest Religion
Have you ever wondered which is the oldest religion among the many faiths that human beings have? While it is difficult to name one religion with complete confidence, there is a certain consensus regarding which may be the most...
Hindu Death Rituals
The Irish poet Oscar Wilde once said, "One can survive everything nowadays, except death." Dying is accepted as a part of life, and when one dies, there are a multitude of rituals and ceremonies that need to be performed....
What is Samadhi?
The word 'samadhi' has been largely misunderstood. People think it is a word for a death-like situation. The word literally means 'sama' and 'dhi'. 'Sama' means equanimity, and 'dhi' denotes intelligence
It's not uncommon for humans to eat flesh. Since times immemorial, history has redeemed that in order to survive, homo sapiens have retorted to different means of dietary functions.