Submit only sites relating to different approaches like Shakta, Shaiva, Tantra and others.This category contains links and subcategories for the many different ways and paths within Hindu tradition for one to reach liberation.
Please submit sites relating to Temples, Communities, Chats and Forums and Shopping only to the common categories under Hinduism.
Submit only sites relating to Hindu Galleries: both physical and virtual.Websites on art as used in the practice of the Hindu religion, or inspired by the religion. Includes the visual arts, architecture and sculpture, and music.
Submit sites relating to on line books and book reviews on Hinduism.On line books and book reviews on Hinduism in general.
Sites relating to books on the specific sub category like Temples, Veda and others may be submitted to the specific categories.
Sites relating to booksellers may be submitted to the Shopping category.
Submit only sites relating to chats, forums, groups and clubs relating to Hindu religion.Chats, forums, groups and clubs relating to Hindu religion.
Submit only sites relating to Hindu communities and organizations of the communities.Sites about the Hindu communities and their organizations.
Do not submit sites relating to Epics and Puranas here. Please submit the site to the specific category.Itihasa (history) consists of two great epics. The Ramayana and the Mahabharata. While the Vedas are cryptic, and some times very sophisticated, prosaic and abstract, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata form a popular ' Veda ' and provide the simplest and most graphic introduction to Hindu thought, culture and philosophy. Ramayana the story of Rama was composed by Valmiki. Nowhere else would you find an example of an obviously literary work like the Ramayana, composed for personal aesthetic satisfaction, permeating the life and culture of a whole nation in the course of a few centuries - to such an extent that it becomes a religious authority as important as the Vedas themselves. The Mahabharata is eight times longer than the longest piece of European literature, namely, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey put together. It is mainly the story of the Pandava princes, but there are hundreds of other major stories linked with that main story. The famous Bagavad Gita the most popular exposition of Hindu philosophy, religion and way of life is part of Mahabharata. The Puranas are chronicles and long narratives that popularize the content of the Vedas by appealing to the reader's imagination. There are eighteen Puranas and eighteen Upa Puranas. Each Purana is distinctly in favour of a particular Deity, whose exploits form its subject matter, and that Deity is considered in that Purana as the Supreme Reality. Hundreds of special vratas and specialized forms of worship that are practised in different parts of India derive from one or other of these Puranas. The longest Purana is the Skandha Purana (only slightly shorter than the Mahabharata), a Purana dedicated to Lord Subrahmanya or Skandha.
Please submit only sites relating to Hindu festivals. Submit sites relating to Diwali, Holi and Pongal to the specific categories.Sites relating to Hindu festivals.
Please submit only sites dealing with different Gods and Goddesses of Hindu religion.The Gods and Goddesses of the Hindu pantheon.
Please submit only sites relating to Sadhus, Saints, Sants, God men, God women, and modern Avatars.In Hinduism, the saints are the medium through which God reveals himself. These are the blessed ones & set an example for the world to follow.They are called Sadhus, Swamis, Saints, God men, God women, modern Avatar or Sant.
Please verify whether there is a sub category in the name of the Spiritual Personality about whom your web site is about. Submit only sites relating to the Spiritual Personality who does not have a sub category.
Please submit only sites relating to the history of Hinduism.Sites relating to the history of Hinduism.
This category is intended for Hindu organizations that are not specific to another category.Non approach( non denominational) and inter approach(inter denominational) Hindu organizations and associations.
Do not submit Temples, Community and or denominational( relating to one approach) organizations.
Web sites of organizations which are part of a group named after a Saint/Guru should be submitted to the category in the name of the Saint/Guru.
The list is only illustrative and not complete.
Please look at the category Gurus and Saints before submission.
Submit only personal sites which contain some information or personal experience on Hinduism.People sharing personal experiences with Hinduism.
Please submit only sites relating to religious texts. Sites relating to specific class of texts like Vedas, Upanishad, Yoga sutra and others may be submitted to the specific category.The source of Hinduism is Religious Texts or Scriptures. The main scriptures are 1. Vedas 2. Upanishads 3. Epics (Itihasa) 4. Puranas 5. Agama 6. Smiriti 7. Darsana
Submit sites relating to shops and establishments dealing with books, pooja material, statues and other articles for worship. Includes sites relating to on line Poojas.Shops and establishments dealing with books, pooja material, statues and other articles for worship. Includes sites relating to on line Poojas.
Submit only sites relating to temples.Temples are considered sources of power according to Hinduism. Temple worship is one of the major ingredients of the Hindu way of life. Pilgrimages to holy places and worship in the temples there are considered essential for spiritual progress.
Do not submit any sites here. Please submit to the Vedas or Upanishads category.The primary source of Hinduism from which it derives all its authority and inspiration is the body of literature known as the Vedas. They are four in number. The Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda. They were not written by any single person or team of persons. In fact they were not written at all for thousands of years. Till then, over the centuries they were transmitted orally. It is one of the amazing miracles of Indian Heritage that, the Vedas which go back to 2000 B.C have, in spite of being handed down entirely through oral transmission, come down in a single version. Throughout the length and breadth of India, where the Vedas are treasured as our most ancient heritage, not a syllable of them is different in one place from what it is anywhere else. The Upanishads are the philosophical core of Hinduism. The theme of the Upanishads is: Knowledge of the Inner Self. They are not a collection of dogmas. Rather, they are a set of recollections and records of experiences.