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The five elements of Nature also known as Pancha Bhoota/Bhuta or Pancha Tattvas. They are Earth (पृथ्वी), Water (अप:), Fire (अग्नि), Air (वायु) and Sky(आकाश). These elements also hold ayurvedic significance. Different Ayurvedic Doshas are based on the panchamahabhootas. Surprised? Ayurveda is based on three doshas namely Vata, Pitta and, Kapha. Vata represents space and […]

3 Types of Karma in Hinduism are Sanchita, Prarabdha, and Agami or Kriyamana. The Vartamana (present) Karma makes it 4. However, three types of Karma are considered widely. They are given below let’s know what is Karma. What is Karma in Yoga? Karma is the primary possession that governs the entire universe. The concept of […]

Overview of Siddhis. The Patanjali is a propounder of the modern system of Yoga in the world. The system of Patanjali Yoga Sutras or the Patanjali Siddhis differs from the other traditional Asta Siddhis or the eight superpowers. People often ask ‘How to attain Siddhi Powers? and What are the supernatural powers of Yogis? And […]

Veda Science or Intelligence? Here are the five Vedic Agni Facts, Indra Facts, and Soma Facts from an Intelligence perspective. These gods of Rig Veda have their own way of saying things. A few years back, in great honor, 30 Rig Veda manuscripts containing hymns dating from 1800 to 1500 BC have been included in […]

Meditation in the Himalaya is a dream of many. Let’s see what this majestic mountain has to offer in the spiritual journey to Himalayan meditation. We will also try to look for the best place for meditation in the Himalayas. First, let’s understand what Himalayan Meditation is all about. There is confusion on techniques by […]

The most beloved lord, Shiva is the best example of humbleness, purity, and love. He is the space and time himself. The depiction of Shiva is in various scriptures, mostly the Puranas. The necklace of the serpent king Vasuki with the crown of the moon. Wearing the skin of Tiger, holding Trident in hands, and […]