My EBook – My Friends from Indian Mythology is ready

Yay! This Tuesday morning has given me a new hat to wear! Guess what that new hat is? It’s an author hat on top of my blogger hat. Our first EBook- My Friends from Indian Mythology is available for free download on the blog chatter website. This book shares all the stories that my granddad …

Yasodha – the Sweet Mother in Indian Mythology

So here comes another day, with yet another letter for our wonderful #A to Z Challenge. Today’s letter is Y. And I want to talk about the Mother of a naughty boy and who in fact, is a god himself. Yes, you got it right and it’s none other than maa Yasodha. I feel that …

Xankar Nadham in Indian Mythology

Today, I am coming with letter X, and there are no equal consonants in Indian languages for this letter. But since the consonants in Indian scripts are higher in number, people use multiple consonants to make few words which contain the letter X. There are very few words or characters that we can pick up …

Watapi – the Gastronomic Demon in Indian Mythology

Today, we are coming across a letter in English which has similar sounding to another letter in the Indian script. The letters V and W can be written with a single letter across various languages in India. I am picking up a unique character for this letter. His name is Watapi. But you can call …

Vaman – the Dwarf God of Indian Mythology

Good day! Friends, here we come again to discuss on the stories with V, as its the V- letter day today. So here I come again to narrate about another kid in the Indian Mythology and he is always referred to as the Dwarf God. Yes, he is none other than Vaman from Indian Mythology. …

Urvashi – the Eternal dancer in Indian Mythology

Today, I am going to introduce you to the best dancer in Indra’s court. She is an eternal dancer and a very beautiful lady too. Yes, you guessed it right, I am talking about the Apsara’s in the Indra’s court and her name starts with letter U. Got her name right? Introduction to Urvashi: Her …

Tulasi – the Living Goddess in Indian Mythology

Today, I am going to introduce to you all a new living goddess. This goddess can still be seen around and there since ages. Can you take a guess as to who it is? Her name starts with the letter T. Yes, you heard it right, its none other Tulasi devi, who is worshipped as …

Shabari – the Devotee of Lord Rama in Indian Mythology

Today, we are going to talk about another great devotee in Indian Mythology. But this time, it’s not about a kid, but of an old lady named Shabari. She is one of the greatest devotees of Lord Rama Introduction to Shabari: When we went to Bhadrachalam for a trip, my granddad introduced this lady named …

Ranganatha Swamy – reclining god in Indian Mythology

I am here again today with another alphabet. Yes, you guessed it right, today its “R” for the #A to Z Challenge. And so I am coming up with the story of Ranganatha Swamy from Indian Mythology. I know you all must be surprised to see that I didn’t pick up the common names like …

Quarrel Master (Narada) in Indian Mythology

We have crossed half-way mark in the #A to Z Challenge and don’t you all think it’s exciting to read so many different blogs each day with a single letter. It’s the letter N day today. And I am here to introduce you to the first Quarrel Master of the world from Indian Mythology. This …

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