About Kshatriya

Kshatriya is one of the four varna of the Hindu society. The Sanskrit term kṣatriyaḥ is used in the context of Vedic society wherein members organised themselves into four classes: kshatriya, brahmin, vaishya and shudra.

Trimurti – Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva

The is a concept in in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified by the of  the creator, the maintainer or preserver and the destroyer or transformer. These three deities have been called "the triad" or the "Great ". However, the and medieval texts of Hinduism feature many triads of and , some of which do not include Shiva. Trimurti - The supreme lords The Hindu .

About 8 Auspicious Symbols in Buddhism – Ashtamangala

The eight are called as in and bkra-shis rtags-brgyad in . These are the most well-known group of and are traditionally listed in the order of: A A A A A right-spiraling white An or ‘’ A A 8 Auspicious of Early Originally the eight auspicious symbols formed an early .

Thangka Paintings and its display about Life of Buddha

The portrayed in most of the is divided into the twelve stages of the 's Life Story. These twelve steps are known as the Twelve Enlightening Deeds Of The Buddha. The inclination towards the  process is the main concept of the Twelve Great Deeds. The Deed of promise The first deed is about the promise of Gautam Buddha to descend on the . Before Buddha was born as , he is believed to be .

A Short History of Nepal: Ancestors, Casts and Dynasties

The Nepali People ’s geographical location as a buffer between and has massively influenced its development and character, as well as its two major national , and . Nepal is revered by as the birthplace of , and devotion is centered on in , the site of one of Hinduism's most shrines. Shiva is Nepal’s patron deity. The major Three major tribal groups have historically been present .

Dhanusha the bow of Lord Shiva

Dhanusha also called or Dhanush is the bow of Lord Shiva. It is generally carried in the left hand. Lord Shiva uses Dhanusha for the destruction of the "." There is an epic story behind the Dhanusa. As mentioned in Ramayana, Lord Vishwakarma (The principal architect of the ) crafted two divine Dhanush. The first one was named "" and was given to  Lord . The second one was named "Pinaka" and was .