Vastu Yantra

  • mahalaxmi vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Maha Laxmi Yantra
  • dashmahavidya vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Dusmahvidya Yantra
  • mahamrityunjaya vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Mahamrityun jaya Yantra
  • swastik vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Swastik Yantra
  • chandra vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Chandra Yantra
  • maha sudarshan vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Sudarshan Yantra
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    Vaastu Yantra
  • shiva vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Shiva Yantra
  • navgrah vedic vastu yantra image-gyanglam
    Navgraha Yantra
  • mangal vedic vastu yantra image-gyanglam
    Mangal Yantra
  • surya vedic vastu yantra -gyanglam
    Surya Yantra
  • rahu vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Rahu Yantra
  • shree vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Shree Yantra
  • kuber vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Kuber Yantra
  • hanuman chalisa vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Hanuman Chalisa Yantra
  • gayatri vedic vastu yantra-gyanglam
    Gayatri Yantra
tirth yatra icon-gyanglamTirth Yatra

Yatra in Hinduism and other Indian religions, generally means pilgrimage to holy places such as confluences of sacred rivers, places associated with Hindu epics such as the Mahabharata and Ramayana, and other sacred pilgrimage sites.   Read more

online puja icon-gyanglamLive Puja

Puja is a prayer ritual performed by Hindus to host, honour and worship one or more deities, or to spiritually celebrate an event. Sometimes spelt phonetically as pooja or poojah, it may honour or celebrate the presence of special guest(s), or their memories after they pass away. The word puja comes from Sanskrit, and means reverence, honour, homage, adoration, and worship. Puja rituals are also held by Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs.   Read more

pandit ji icon-gyanglamPandit Ji

A pandit , also spelled pundit is a scholar or a teacher of any field of knowledge in Hinduism, particularly the Vedic scriptures, dharma, Hindu philosophy, or secular subjects such as music. He may be a Guru in a Gurukul.

In Sanskrit, states Monier Williams, Pandit generally refers to any "wise, educated or learned man" with specialized knowledge. The term is derived from pand which means "to collect, heap, pile up", and this root is used in the sense of knowledge.    Read more

vastu yantra icon-gyanglamYantra

Yantra is the Sanskrit word for a mystical diagram, especially diagrams from the Tantric traditions of the Indian religions. They are used for worship of deities in temples or at home; as an aid in meditation; used for the benefits given by their supposed occult powers based on Hindu astrology and tantric texts.   Read more