Ramayana are many. We may consider “Valmiki Ramayana” as the standard Ram Katha text and beside it we can also adore Tulsidasa’s “Ramcharitmanasa”, but there are many more versions of Ramayana
Ravana’s erudition and wickedness, both are well documented. But not much is known about his clan, about texts relating him, about his family, his devotion, his sprawling empire and his legendary Pushpak vimana. This article will tell you all about these and more
According to Ganesha-Purana, Ganesha had ridden onto a peacock to kill a Danava called Sindhu
Valmiki Ramayana, which was written way before the Buddha era, remains unpolluted by all such distortions
Hundreds of myths and stories float about Kamadeva. The great trinity of Hindu Mythology (Shiva, Vishnu, Mahesha) also had its own share of Kamadeva stories. Here goes :
Do we think we know Krishna? Well, not as much as we think
if we roll back everything to find out the root cause of the epic battle, all we find is one ambitious man called Nishadraja,
Death in lovemaking, this was one of the few very root causes of Mahabharata. How? The story is very intriguing.
In Mahabharata, The epic war of Kurukshetra could have been avoided, had it not been for that fateful game of dice.
The definition of “Kama” is always being debated in Hindu mythology. You pronounce the word and eyebrows will be raised.