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Sep 21 37 tweets 5 min read
Gayatri Mantra – It’s Importance & Power

#LongThread HINDUTVA, the oldest religion of the world, has given a valuable Hymn to the world in the form of GAYATRI MANTRA. This is the only mantra, where every single word is packed with power. The Gayatri mantra originated from the Rig Veda, the ancient Hindu scripture.
Sep 16 6 tweets 2 min read
Do you know ? Trimbakeshwar Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in Nashik, was demolished by Aurangzeb in 1680 AD and built a mosque there to make Nasik's name Gulchnabad.

#Thread The Marathas captured Gulchnabad in 1751 and after demolishing the mosque, built the #temple and renamed Gulchhnabad to Nashik. Salutations to such knights, because of which our cultural heritage is still alive.

The Trimbakeshwar Mandir, located at the foothill of the mountain
Sep 15 21 tweets 4 min read
Krishna asked a few legendary warriors how long the Mahabharata War would go before it was over before it had started. Bhishma said that it would take him 20 days to end the conflict.

#LongThread Similar responses came from Dronacharya (25 days), Karna (24 days), and Arjuna (28 days). However, everyone was taken aback when one of the warriors, Barbarika, declared that the battle would only last one minute.
Sep 7 22 tweets 4 min read
Ayurvedic Diet in Everyday Lifestyle!

#LongThread Making an Ayurvedic diet a part of your everyday lifestyle doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult. People in the Western world are starting to become more aware of the benefits that Ayurvedic dieting can have on their overall health.
Sep 4 15 tweets 2 min read
Yoga and Meditation Reduce Cancer and Depression by Reversing DNA! For a healthy body, in the long run, practicing mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga, and Tai Chi daily reduces the risk of depression and cancer by reversing the molecular reactions in DNA, suggests a study.
Sep 4 18 tweets 3 min read
Breathing the Proper Way!

#Thread When we are at peace and in harmony with ourselves and our surroundings, our breath is deep and in sync with nature. A tortoise takes very few breaths in a minute and is calm and lives a long life.
Sep 1 17 tweets 3 min read
When Friedrich Max Muller Introduced Sanskrit to the West!

#LongThread Just before going to London to deliver his last Lecture, Max Muller had asked his friends in Oxford to meet Mr. Graham-Bell, the inventor of the Bell Telephone, which preceded Edison’s more perfect instrument. It was the first ever heard in England.
Aug 30 23 tweets 4 min read
The story of origins behind India’s greatest storybook – The Panchatantra!

#LongThread One Vishnusharman, shrewdly gleaning
All worldly wisdom’s inner meaning.
In these five books, the charm compresses
Of all such books, the world possesses.
Aug 29 29 tweets 4 min read
Why do we do parikrama (go around) deity idols or temples?

#LongThread Pradakshina (Sanskrit), meaning circumambulation, consists of walking around in a ‘circle’ as a form of worship in Hindu ceremonies in India.
Aug 24 18 tweets 3 min read
Vastu in the 21st Century!

#LongThread Our ancient Vastu Shastra has been founded in such a way, that people can derive maximum benefits from sun-rays and the energies of the sun like heat light,
Aug 24 19 tweets 3 min read
The Confusion Around Idol Worship in Hinduism!

#Thread The belief that God is a singular being is prevalent in India. God is formless. India is controversially renowned for its ancient statues of gods. What causes this contradictory circumstance to occur? Everyone would have at some point heard the phrase "God is one."
Aug 23 28 tweets 5 min read
Neera Arya was born on March 5, 1902, in India. She was the daughter of distinguished & eminent businessman Seth Chhajumal. She had been a patriot since her childhood towards her nation. Britishers were ruling India at that time.

#Longthread Despite being in slavery, she always had the vision to get the freedom of the nation from the Britishers. She participated in many of the freedom movements too. Once she was also accused as an undercover agent by the British government.
Aug 20 25 tweets 4 min read
Sindh, the land adjacent to Indus River and the Thar Desert is one of the oldest inhabited regions in the world that has hosted one of the world’s great pre-classical civilizations. It is here that Raja Dahir, the last Hindu ruler of Sindh was born in 663 AD.

#LongThread Raja Dahir, the son of Chach of Aror belonged to the Pushkarna Brahmin Dynasty of Sindh and ascended the throne upon the death of his uncle Chander.
Aug 18 4 tweets 1 min read
If someone worries about what happened in past, he is fool.

If someone is saddened by what happening in life he is disbeliever.

The one who doesn't worry but prepared and takes things as they come by is a fan it's me, it's me. There is no today's, tomorrows, No light, No day, No youth, No old age, No end.
Aug 16 30 tweets 5 min read
Navigation in Ancient India

#LongThread Indian civilization has been without a break for the last few millennia. This means there have been external connections and indigenous maritime assets.
Aug 15 33 tweets 5 min read
The ultimate sacrifice of Panna Dhai!

#LongThread Panna Dhai, a 16th-century Rajput woman of the Kheechee tribe, nursemaid to Udai Singh, the fourth son of Maharana Sangram Singh I (SANGA) (1509-1527). Her name, Panna means emerald, and dhai means a wet nurse in hindi language.
Aug 11 4 tweets 1 min read
The terms "Jyotirlinga" and "Shivalinga" are frequently used interchangeably, despite the fact that they have very different meanings.

#Thread According to legend, Jyotirlinga appears out of nowhere, and once it is found, a temple is built over it.

However, Shivalinga is created and established in the temple that was previously built for this reason.
Aug 10 32 tweets 5 min read
The sacred syllable OM, ॐ [AUM] is the primary symbol of God, a deity who wears an infinite variety of shapes, colors, structures, and nature itself in infinite manifestations.

#LongThread The symbol OM is found in the Hindu conception of the supreme being. This mystical syllable contains and closes all that is sacred in Hinduism.
Aug 9 16 tweets 3 min read
1. Shakuni Had No Animosity Against Pandavas, His Real Enemy Was Bhishma

Shakuni was furious that his sister Gandhari was marrying a blind man, and his first adversary was Bhishma, who brought the proposal of a blind man for his sister.

#Thread In addition, there is another legend that states that Hastinapur's ancestors destroyed the entire clan of Gandhara. This is one of the reasons Shakuni vowed to end the Kuru line entirely.
Aug 8 33 tweets 5 min read
The Kohinoor Diamond, whose name means "Mountain of Light" in Persian, was formerly fixed in place as the left eye of the Hindu goddess Bhadrakali in the Indian town of Warangal.

#LongThread Koh-i-Noor was first extracted from the renowned "Kollur mine (Coulour or Gani)" diamond mine in the Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Aug 4 19 tweets 3 min read
Many traditions, rituals, and practices having religious overtones are practiced by the people of India. Hinduism places a high value on all aspects of the natural world.

#LongThread This includes the air, water, trees, birds, and other creatures. Scriptures and the Vedas claim that feeding animals and birds can increase a person's good karma and help them escape the negative impacts of planets in their horoscope.