Month: May 2017

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Telugu Counting from 1 to 100

Learning counting in any language is not easy if you can’t read the alphabet or the numerical symbols. However, if you have them in English language, you can at least learn how to pronounce the numerals. Telugu counting from 1 to 100 is like that only. In this post, we have provided all the possible versions …

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How to say how are you in Tamil

Any typical conversation in Tamil starts after enquiring about one’s well-being. Here are different ways of asking ‘how are you?’ in Tamil. You can use these expressions while just crossing a person to be courteous. If you would like to add a suggestion or provide you feedback, you are welcome to write through the comment …

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Why Shiva is Called Adiguru

The title Adiguru is explained as the first teacher (eternal teacher) or the Supreme Master. In this way, we can visualize Lord Shiva as the fountainhead of all wisdom. In the Indian tradition, knowledge is transferred through the lineage of teacher-disciple called as ‘Guru Shishya Parampara’.  The eternal wisdom flowed from the Supreme Godhead represented …

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Why Shiva is Called Adiyogi

The term Yoga in Sanskrit is a highly comprehensive one. Very commonly associated with the eight-step path (Ashtanga Yoga) championed by the Sage Patanjali, Yoga refers to the process of training, taming and sublimating the body, mind, and spirit. Here we discuss the logic behind the name of Lord Shiva as Adiyogi or the first Yogi. …

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Sanskrit Names of Earth

Earth is the planet we live on. We often refer the land itself as ‘earth’ because water can’t be called earth. This is the reason many people say that it is an ‘ocean’ than ‘earth’ that we live on because majority of Earth is water. There are appellations of ‘mother’ and ‘sustainer of life’ given …

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Why Shiva is Called Gangadhara

Why Shiva is Called Gangadhara

Lord Shiva is called as ‘Gangadhar’ as he carries the holy Ganges River on his matted hair. Why should Ganges flow from Shiva’s head is revealed through an interesting story narrated here. The story Once a king called Sagara, one of the forefathers of Lord Rama ruled the kingdom Kosala. He wished to conduct Ashwamedha …

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Why Shiva is Called Tripurari

The term Tripurari translates as the destroyer of the three cities. Let us go through the interesting mythological story narrating how Lord Shiva got this title. The store behind the name Once there were three powerful demons called Kamalaksha, Tarakaksha, and Vidyunmalin who were blessed with three flying fortified cities made of gold, silver and …

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Why Krishna is called Vasudev

Why Krishna is Called Vasudev

One of Lord Krishna’s favorite names is Vaasudev. To understand the Sanskrit term, we must explore the roots of some other names. The sons of Pandu were called Pandavas; Arjuna was also called Kaunteya since he was the son of Kunti. Krishna was called Vaasudev since he was the son of Vasudev. Krishna Vaasudeva cult …

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Why Krishna is called Shyam

Why Krishna is Called Shyam

Shyam is an enchanting name of Krishna used separately as well as in combination with other words like Radheshyam, Ghanshyam, Shyamsundar, Shyamgopal, and many others. Krishna is called Shyam due to his dark complexion (the word Shyam means dark). The very term Krishna is suggestive of Black complexion. Another interpretation of the term Krishna says, …

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Why Krishna is called Yogeshwar

Why Krishna is called Yogeshwar

Yogeshwar is a highly fitting title given to Lord Krishna. The purport of this term is the master of senses. Krishna, the Supreme Consciousness chose to descend on the earth to redeem humankind from its slumber and ignorance. Krishna achieved several superhuman feats in his life. As Poornavatar (complete incarnation), he always remained in a …

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Why Krishna is called Ranchod

Why Krishna is Called Ranchod

Among the many names of Lord Krishna, the term Ranchod is perhaps an interesting one since it carries a negative connotation may be lovingly attributed to the Lord. The term Ranchod means one who flees away from the battlefield. The name is indicative of a story centered on a clever plot devised by Lord Krishna …

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Tours are the best part of human life. Especially, escaping into the nature’s best paradises transport people to an altogether new world of ecstasy and admiration. Wild Voyager is an experiential touring company with an exclusive focus on nature and wild life tours. Organizing tours is a highly tricky arena that requires putting a lot …

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Why Krishna is called Madhusudan

Why Krishna is called Madhusudan

Madhusudan is one of the most popular titles of Krishna. It literally means the one who slayed the demon Madhu (Madhu – the name of the demon; Sudan – one who slayed). During Krishnavatar, the eighth incarnation of Vishnu, Krishna vanquished several demons. However, we do not come across a demon called Madhu killed by …

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Why Krishna is called Mukund

Why Krishna is Called Mukund

Krishna is the incarnation of the Supreme Godhead. Hinduism believes that God descends on this earth time and again to restore Dharma, protect the noble and pious, and destroy the wicked and evil ones. The term Mukund is one of the most popular names of Lord Vishnu and hence Krishna is addressed with this name. …

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Why Krishna is called Keshav

Why Krishna is Called Keshav

In the Vishnu Sahasranam Stotram, you find the name Keshav occurring as the 23rd and 648th names. Keshav is one of the most prominent titles attributed to Lord Vishnu and very fondly used by the devotees of the Lord. The word Keshav also occurs in several places in the Vedas, the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. …

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