Awesome Architecture of Lepakshi Temple |

Lepakshi Temple in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh is famous worldwide for hanging pillars. The exterior of the temple has a huge dance hall with 70 stone pillars on the roof. One corner pillar is the famous Hanging Pillar which does not touch the floor of the temple at all and there is a small gap between the temple floor and the base of the pillar which gives the impression of a hanging pillar. There is a dance pavilion in the center of the temple. It is said that if a person lifts a cloth from one side of the pillar to the other, his wish is fulfilled. This unique pillar of the temple is a big secret for the millions of tourists who come here every year.

According to the legend, Lord Rama came here during his exile along with Lakshmana and Sita. The village is also considered as the place where Jatayu fell after Ravana was injured while being kidnapped by Ravana. Lord Rama and Lakshmana find Sita injured and Jatayu dying and Jatayu informs them of the fight to tell them that Ravana had gone south. Lord Rama then embraced him as shi le pakshi, hence the name of the village.

Le Pakshi is a Telugu word meaning shi arises, bird ‘. The temple is said to have footprints of Lord Sri Rama, while many believe it to be the footprint of Mother Sita. It is believed that after Jatayu was injured, Sita came to the ground and left her footprint and assured her that the water here would continue to give life to Jatayu until Lord Rama came here. There is a wonderful Shivalinga located here, Ramalingeshwar, which was established by Lord Rama himself after the funeral of Jatayu. Another Shivling nearby is Hanumanalingeshwar. It is said that after Shree Rama, Mahabali Hanuman also established Lord Shiva here.

According to mythological beliefs, this temple was built by sage Agastya. But according to historians, the temple was built in 1583 by two brothers (Virupanna and Viranna), who worked for the king of Vijayanagara. This temple is built for Lord Shiva, Vishnu, and Virabhadra. There are also different temples of the three Gods here. There is a large Nagling statue in the temple complex, which is made of a single stone. It is believed to be the largest Nagling statue of India, whose statue is made of black granite stone, with seven hood snakes carving on top of a Shivling.

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There are many names of this city, there is a story behind each name. Must see once.| Ujjain Holy City

Ujjayini has had a special place in the major religious and political centers of India since ancient times. For this reason, the city was mentioned by different names in different periods. Thus Ujjayini, the holy land of Mahakal, has a unique feature due to its different names. The reasons for the various names of Ujjain are mentioned in the Avanti section of Skanda Purana by legends. Come, know about these names….


Kanakshranga literally means in Hindi is ‘suvarnamayi shikharon wali’. In the 40th chapter of the Skanda Purana Avanti Khand, there is a story related to the name Kankashranga, which is as follows- Shiva and Brahma bowed to the Jagatsarishta Vishnu installed in this city with suvarnamaya peaks. He prayed to Vishnu for a place to live in this city. Vishnu placed Brahma in the north of this city and Shiva in the south to be established and thus the city became the center of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Brahma called this city as the Shranga of Kanakavarna, hence its name became Kanakshranga.

The Brahma Purana and Skanda Purana give a grand description of the buildings here. He was adorned with precious gems, mukta mini and torana gates and had golden vases on his tops.



According to the 42nd chapter of Skanda Purana Avanti Khanda, the story related to this name is as follows- Brahma created the entire creation, then the task of protecting the world came to Vishnu, because Lord Vishnu is the follower of the world. Brahma covered this holy place with Kushas and prayed to Vishnu to be revered there. Thus its name became Kushasthali due to being covered with Kushas. ‘Kush’ is called the sacred grass which is used for the postures of gods and sages.


‘Ava-Rakhena’ is used in the sense of protecting, so ‘Avantika’ means ‘able to protect’. The story of the name ‘Avantika’ in the 43rd chapter of Avanti Khand of Skanda Purana is as follows- Once there was a war between gods and demons. The gods were defeated in this battle, after which the Devas took shelter near Vishnu on Mount Meru. Vishnu asked him to go to the city of Kushasthali after attaining strength and renewable virtue. This city located in Mahakal forest is going to fulfill all the wishes. Here in every kalpa, deity, pilgrimage, medicine, seeds and whole beings are followed. This city protects everyone, so its name is Avantika city. According to the mythological history, the Avantis, the branch of the Haihayas, established this state and for this reason it was named ‘Avanti’ in their memory.


The story named Padmavati is as follows- 14 gems received after the churning of the sea were distributed in this holy place. It was here that the gods received gems. After receiving the gems, the gods said that in Ujjaini, we have all suffered from the jewels, so Padma, that is, Lakshmi will always reside here, and since then it has been named ‘Padmavati’.

The grand prosperity of Padmavati is described in the poems, plays and Pali and Prakrit texts of Brahma Purana, Skanda Purana and Kalidas, Banabhatta, Shudraka etc.


At the core of the Kumudwati nomenclature is its attractive natural beauty. The story named Kumudvati is in Skanda Purana- When Lomash Rishi reached the city of Padmavati while doing pilgrimage, he saw the waterfalls of the lake, Tadag, Pallaval, river etc., full of waterfalls and lotuses. Seeing the places beautified by the Kumuds, it seemed as if the earth was beautified by many lunar. This Kumudini forest was always cheerful with the beauty and light of Chandra situated on Shiva’s head. Therefore, Lomash Rishi named it Kumudavati.


In the Mahakal forest, Marichinandan Kashyap, along with his wife, underwent a severe austerity and found the boon that ’till the position of Sun and Moon, their offspring will remain on earth’ All the subjects of God, Asura and human form attained their growth. This Mahakal forest became full of opulence. There are rare ratnadis obtained from churning of the sea on this earth. Whatever are the divine and supernatural things in this world, they are all attainable in this Mahakal forest. All the gods are revered in this forest. This city became famous as Amaravati due to the abode of entire deities.


Mahadev built this huge puri according to Parvati’s wish and said that this city will fulfill all the wishes. There will be residence of saints, deities and maharishis in it. Here, there will be a large area with all kinds of animals and birds and gardens with flowers and fruits and a golden archway with golden, gem and piers. In this way, this city became full of all kinds of prosperity and splendor and became famous by the name Vishala. It is clear from the ‘Vishala Bahuvistirna Punya Punyajanashraya’ that it was wider than other towns. Kalidasa sweetly imagined its vastness in Meghdoot through the repetitive use of ‘Srivishalaan Vishalam’.


According to the Puranas, the universe begins with every cycle. ‘Kalpa’ means that one day of the divine Sahasra era of Brahma is called Kalpa. In this way, the cycle of holocaust and creation goes on the earth. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva reside in this Mahakal forest. The creation of the world begins in every cycle. The different kalpas of Vamana, Varaha, Vishnu and Pitras etc. all started from here. This city has always been immovable even after the creation and destruction of the whole world. So Brahma said it would be famous under the name Pratikalpa and it became famous under the name Pratikalpa.


‘Ujjayini’ literally means ‘excellent victory’. Once the demon king Tripura pleased Brahma with his incurable asceticism. Brahma gave him the boon of ignorance from Devas, Demons, Gandharvas, Vampires, Demons etc. Satisfied with the groom, Tripura started killing Brahmins, sages and deities. This made all the Devas afraid of him and they all went to Shiva. He prayed to Shiva for protection, then Shiva fought fiercely in the Avanti region from Tripurasura. He killed Tripurasura in three parts of his Pashupat weapon in the Avanti city and killed him fiercely. Therefore the gods and sages named it Ujjayini.

The Pali and Prakrit texts also mention this name with plurality. All the poets of Sanskrit literature have often used the name ‘Ujjayini’ in their texts. The same name is more prevalent in the modern era.

When the use of the word ‘Ujjayini’ started, it cannot be said with certainty. Panini (500 BCE) in his Ashtadhyayi has mentioned ‘Ujjayini’ in the Varanadi gana text. Kalidas and Shudak have also used the name ‘Ujjayini’ prominently. Hence it can be said with certainty that this name started being used from 6th century BC. By the time this name came into vogue, Ujjain became.

Bhogavati and Hiranyavati

The inclusion of these two names is as follows- Hiranyavati with the excess of Bhogavati and Suvarna, having all kinds of Bhog. Both these names are included in the names Amaravati, Vishala and Kankashranga.

All the names mentioned above give different characteristics of Ujjayini. If you look at the whole, then through these names a grand picture of Ujjayini becomes present. It is a real and safe city with vast area, full of opulence and splendor. It is a beautiful place of nature. is taking the initiative of making the sanctity of Ujjain city an ideal holy city beyond the paper address, in which the wish of the channel is to be completely forbidden in the Mahakal city. If you also want to revive the sanctity of this city, click on and join

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‘Ujjain bane aadarsh pavitra nagri’ will revolutionize Muheem Atul Malikram co-founder Atul Malikram is constantly engaged in new efforts to make Ujjain a holy city. Recently, 14 poor people died due to the consumption of alcohol in the religious city of Ujjain. On the subject, Atul Malikram issued a fury saying that no strict steps have been taken by the administration till date on the campaign being conducted for a long time, which is being watched by the whole country today. If the government had already taken the step of prohibiting meat in the city, then 14 people would not have died today. If the same kind of life is being lost in the coming time from the meat liquor being sold in the city, then the Chief Minister himself will be responsible for it.

Having meat shops in the religious city not only serves to hurt the heart of the devotees, but it is also harmful for the health of us people. Ujjain has been referred to as the holy city in India, but there is a lack of satvik conduct and lack of purity. Meat liqueurs sold around the temples hurt the devotees in huge amounts. is taking the initiative of making the sanctity of Ujjain city an ideal holy city beyond the paper address, in which the wish of the channel is to be completely forbidden in the Mahakal city. If you also want to revive the sanctity of this city, click on and join

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This cemetery in Italy is a museum of dead bodies, you will be shocked to know |

A sneak peek into the history of the world, and you will come across many unnerving facts of different cultures and traditions. The centuries-old traditions and beliefs of various countries may sound unique and peculiar, but they are still followed by people. Italy is one of the oldest countries in the world. This is why the traditions of ancient Italy dwellers reflect the mysterious and shocking beliefs prevailing in Italian society for ages.


There is a cemetery named Catacombs of the Capuchins (Catacombe Dei Cappuccini in Italian) Palermo, Sicily, Italy, where in ancient times the dead bodies were not buried. Instead, they were mummified and hung on the walls. The bodies were kept in chemicals to avoid smell and decomposition. Palermo’s Capuchin monastery outgrew its original cemetery in the 16th century and monks began to excavate crypts below it. In 1599 they mummified one of their recently dead brother, Silvestro of Gubbio, and placed him into the catacombs.


As scary as the story of this cemetery is, the way to reach here is also scary. A person with a weak heart cannot even imagine going to this cemetery in his life. To reach the cemetery, one has to go through a dark staircase, which is extremely creepy and eerie. 


The Capuchin Catacombs hold 8,000 corpses as well as around 1,252 mummies and is open to the public, for those who want to spend their day with dead bodies. Notably, the dead bodies were kept according to their social status, which speaks of the reality of social discrimination prevalent in the society in those times. Separated according to their occupation in life, social status, gender, and age, they have appointed locations to be displayed. The social hierarchy order placed priests on the top, followed by men and after, the women. Also, to identify virgin girls, a metal band is kept on their heads. However, in 1871, this tradition was discontinued by Brother Riccardo. Despite this, in 1920, the body of a baby girl named Rosalia Lombardo was mummified. The body of the young Rosalia is preserved in such a mysterious way that by looking at her one would think of her as a sleeping doll and not a deceased person. The mummy of young Rosalia has been named Sleeping Beauty.


Catacombs of the Capuchins are among the religious monuments, so during a visit, it is recommended to comply with standards of conduct and dress code, and the use of mobile phones and consumption of foodstuffs or beverages is prohibited here.


Due to the Corona period, the countries are getting worse from the worst in the world, in which the biggest crisis is facing all the cremations and cemeteries and people living in the areas around them.


Smoke emanating from the burning pyre in thousands and a large number of buried coronas are indicating continued danger in the infected environment. If the situation is worsening with a similar problem in your area, please inform

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Mail Us: Nomadic Community ; Even 10 percent of the nomadic tribes could not become part of the mainstream of our society

Since ancient times, the liberated nomadic and semi nomadic tribes have played an important role in preserving the folk art and folk culture of India. Despite this, 74 years after independence, the attention of our country and society has not gone towards these tribes, while all of us are well aware that due to the revolutionary cooperation of these people, we have become part of independent India.

It is an irony of our country that even 10 percent of the total population of these tribes has not been able to join the mainstream of our society and is socially, economically, educationally and politically backward. The liberated nomadic and semi nomadic tribes of India comprise about 840 castes. Since the independence of the country, so far only 8 commissions have been formed for these communities, which have directly or indirectly recommended the inclusion of nomadic tribes in the list of backwardness and safe reservation, but the political participation of this community is negligible. Reason: No report of any commission was tabled in Parliament. The report of the Balakrishna Renke Commission constituted by the UPA Government for the nomadic community and the Dada Idate Commission constituted by the NDA Government have not yet been submitted in Parliament.

Under this memorandum, it was demanded that the report of Balkrishna Renke Commission and Dada Idate Commission be jointly implemented by placing it in Parliament during the monsoon session. 10% reservation for vacant, nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes in government jobs should be secured. Announcement of a special economic package of one thousand crores for nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes devastated by the global pandemic Corona virus. Also, the de-nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes are the most backward and disadvantaged in India. Therefore, a permanent commission should be constituted and only persons belonging to the de-nomadic and semi-nomadic castes should be appointed in the commission.

Nomadic communities in India have a population of more than 13 crores, but in the last 74 years, policy emptiness and institutional failure have brought the troubles of this society to a peak. If you want to give revolutionary support in getting back the lost identity of this society in India, join