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Hidimba: An enigmatic goddess of non Vedic origin.

Revered in Kullu as a mother goddess, Hidimba is one of the few deities of non-Vedic origins, still worshiped in a country dominated by Vedic divinities.
Himachali Temple, Goshal, Manali, Kullu Valley, Temple of Gautam Rishi, Ved Vyas and Kana Naga

The trinity temple of Goshal.

An evolved version of the ancient Kath Kuni form of architecture that originated in Himachal, the trinity temple of Goshal is dedicated to Gautam Maharishi, Ved Vyasa, and the serpent deity, Kana Naga.
Hanuman Idol at Pandupol

The peculiar idol of Hanuman.

Deep within the Sariska Tiger Reserve is the temple of Pandupol that shelters a peculiar idol of the Vedic age demigod Hanuman.

The indomitable Saraswati.

Named by the early Aryan tribes after a river with crystal clear waters centuries ago, Saraswati remains an influential goddess of Hinduism and a role model for strong willed independent women.

A forefather of modern age artillery.

Invented by the Iranian Fathullah of Shiraz, the Mughal multi-barrel cannon is one of the earliest forms of the volley gun known to man.

A light breakfast.

Served an hour or so after the morning tea, the breakfast meal on board the Ranchi-Rajdhani is a light and simple affair of bread, butter, omelette and tea.

Stalingrad.

Directed by German film director Joseph Vilsmaier and released in 1993, Stalingrad is a war film that strives to recreate in brutally honest fashion the historically true battle of Stalingrad of World War 2.

468 steps to the hangman’s noose.

Behind one of Ranchi, Jharkhand's popular religious destination lies a grim history of death and execution.

Indian Railways: Tweet a complaint.

The Indian Railways new Twitter Helpline is turning out to make life easier for travelers and commuters, journeying up and down its 1,15,000 km network.

A monumental expression of ancient temple architecture.

Built towards the end of the sixteenth century, the Jagannath temple at Ranchi, Jharkhand is an elaborate work of authentic Kalinga temple architecture that flourished since the 7th century.