Surya Sarathi Roy

Four Yakshas, through four corners, still guard battlefield of Kurukshetra

27th October 2020
So who are these Yakshas who were feared? Were they tormentors or protectors, or simply creatures from the cosmic world. For centuries and ages, these questions have...

Did the water burst at Kapil Ashram belong to now-extinct Saraswati?

26th October 2020
Although the Rig Veda mentions various rivers, it’s the Saraswati alone which has been referred to more than 50 times in it. Not only she is mentioned as Naditama,...

Pandavas prayed for victory here, goaded by Sri Krishna: Sthaneshwar Temple

23th October 2020
The ancient Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated in Thanesar, a holy town within the Kurukshetra city. As per the Bhisma Parva (Chapter) of The...

Bed of Arrows which still reminds us of Pitamah Bhisma and is now a temple

22th October 2020
Located in the midst of Narkatari Village, another all important place that bears a connection with the Kurukshetra War, is the place where Pitamaha Bhishma fell in the...

The Sarovar where Karna gave up his kavach and kundal to Lord Indra

21th October 2020
It was the 10th Day of the Kurukshetra War and Guru Dronacharya has passed and Anga Raj Karna appointed the Commander in Chief of the Kauravas. On the 09th Day night he...

Meet the Banyan tree, below which, as per legend, Krishna narrated Bhagvad Gita to Arjuna

20th October 2020
Jyoti' means light and 'Sar' means the core meaning. Hence the name of place is a reference to the 'core meaning of light' or ultimately of God. It is one of the most...

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