Demons in Hinduism (Hindu Mythology)

Demons in Hinduism (Hindu Mythology) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. In Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) demons or asuras or rakshasas are present since the creation of this Brahmanda (Universe). And will surely stay on this earth until the 'ananta kalam' (unknown infinite time frame). Now, you may ask the question, "why do Lord Vishnu allow demons to take birth on this earth?". Answer is : Demons or asuras or rakshasas are those kind of living creatures, who follow Adharma (against Dharma). If and only if Adharma is present on this earth, people will be able to understand the difference between Dharma and Adharma. Especially in this present Yuga of Kali Yuga, 99.99 % of people are Adharmis. Few may be doing little Adharma, few may...
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Are all Demons (Rakshas) are bad and all Brahmins are good in Hinduism?

Are all Demons (Rakshas) are bad and all Brahmins are good in Hinduism?

Are all Demons (Rakshas) are bad and all Brahmins are good in Hinduism? Namaste friends, how are you doing today. Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! First let us understand from where does the Rakshasas / Daityas etc. came from. The children of Kashyapa Maharshi and Diti Devi are called Rakshasas / Daityas etc. All Rakshasas / Daityas are not bad and similarly all Brahmanas (Brahmins) are not good. Let us understand with few examples as below: First we should remember that all the adhama jeevas / unlawful people are bad, whether he is born in Brahmana varna or in Kshatriya varna or in Vaishya varna or in Shudra varna or in any form, he / she is / are definitely bad people. Similarly all the Dharmika jeevas / lawful people are definitely good people irrespective of his / her varna, that is may be he / she is born in any form or in Shudra varna or in Vaishya varna or in...
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Ruru, a demon story

Ruru, a demon story

Ruru, a demon story Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Sri Parvati Devi blessings to you and your family! There was a demon who wanted to marry Sri Parvati Devi. His name was Ruru. Ruru happened to see Sri Parvati Devi and decided that this was the woman who would be his wife. Ruru began to perform tapasya / penance, so that his desire might be satisfied. Sri Brahma Deva appeared before him and asked, "Ruru, why are you performing such difficult tapasya?" Ruru said: "I want to marry Parvati." Sri Brahma Deva replied: "That boon, not even I can grant you." Sri Brahma Deva departed and Ruru continued with his meditation. This meditation was going on in a mountain named Malaya. And such was the power of Ruru’s meditation that the mountain started to burn. The fires were so strong that even Lord Shiva and Sri Parvati Devi had to run away from the mountain. "Lord, why are we running away?" asked Sri Parvati...
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What is Tarakasura story (Lord Shiva Parvati marriage) (How Kartikeya killed Tarakasura)

What is Tarakasura story (Lord Shiva Parvati marriage) (How Kartikeya killed Tarakasura)

What is Tarakasura story (Lord Shiva Parvati marriage) (How Kartikeya killed Tarakasura) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Welcome to #BhagavanBhakthi website / blog. Bhagavan Lord Sri Vishnu and Lord Shiva blessings to you and your family! In this website / blog, you will always learn about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Also subscribe to my YouTube channel #BhagavanBhakthi to view videos about #Hinduism #Sanskrit language. Taraka (Son of Vajranga and Varangi) was hell bent upon defeating the gods. But he realize that, prior to waging war on the gods, he would have to become powerful. Such powers could not be attained but through tapasya. Taraka went to the Pariparta parvata and selected a cave there for his meditation. For some days Taraka ate nothing, for some more days he survived only on water, and on other days he ate only leaves, Every day he sliced off some flesh from his body and offered it to the fire as a token of his devotion.  All these hardships pleased...
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What is Vajranga story (Vajranga father of Tarakasura)

What is Vajranga story (Vajranga father of Tarakasura)

What is Vajranga story (Vajrang, the father of Tarakasura) Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Indra Deva had killed many of Diti’s children, the daityas (demons). Diti had wished to obtain a son who would kill Lord Indra Deva. But because she had not been able to adhere to the stipulated religious rites, the sons who had been born had become friends and companions of Indra. But Indra Deva continued to attack and kill the demons. Diti therefore prayed to her husband Kashyapa Maharishi yet again that, she want a son who will defeat Indra. "Your wish will be granted," said Kashyapa Maharishi. "But you will have to meditate hard for ten thousand years". Indra Deva’s weapon is the vajra and the son who will be born will have a body (anga) that is as tough as the vajra will be able to do him no harm. Diti meditated for ten thousand years and in due course,...
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