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Lord Ganesha is Kangiten in Japan
Ganesha or Kangi-ten (歓喜天) is a god in Shingon & Tendai schools of Japanese Buddhism. Legends behind Soshin Kangi-ten (Male & Female embraced form), Evil Vinayaka, Saraswati (Benzaiten), Bishamonten (Kubera) etc. He is the Japanese Buddhist form of Ganesh and …

Hanuman who scared Aurangzeb – Karmanghat Temple History
Aurangzeb, the 6th Mughal Emperor who destroyed multiple hindu temples, could not touch one Hanuman Mandir during his reign. Abul Muzaffar Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad Aurangzeb (3 November 1618 – 3 March 1707 CE) was the third son and sixth child of …

Cheraman Juma Masjid, First Mosque in India during 629 CE
Cheraman Juma Masjid, built in 629 CE at Methala, Kodungallur Taluk, Thrissur District in the Indian state of Kerala is the first mosque in India and third outside Saudi Arabia. It was built by an arab named Malik Deenar, who …

Somnath to Antarctica, straight line without land
Somnath Temple to Antarctica, a straight line can be drawn with no land in between. This was inscribed on a pillar (Baan Stambha) atleast since 7th century CE, which proves that Indians knew about South Pole much ahead of others.…

Heliodorus Greek Ambassador followed Vaishnavism in 113 BCE
Heliodorus Greek Ambassador was sent to India by Bactria King Antialcidas Nikephoros, who ruled during 2nd century BCE. The famous Heliodorus pillar is a stone column that was erected around 113 BCE in central India in Vidisha near modern …

Hinglaj Mata Mandir in Balochistan, Pakistan
Hinglaj Mata Mandir is a famous ‘shakti peetha’ of Goddess Sati. The cave temple is situated on the Hingol River Banks in Hinglaj, a town on the Makran coast in the Lasbela district of Balochistan, Pakistan, and is the …

Gautama Buddha Year of Birth is 1887 BCE
Indian history written by Britishers have tried to fix most of the events 1000 years later to match their idea of the world being created in 4004 BCE. In this process, many western historians including Sir Willian Jones have tried …

Pre Islamic Goddesses Al-Lat, Al-Uzza, Manat
In the Qur’an, Al-Lat is mentioned along with al-‘Uzzá and Manāt in Sura 53:19–23. The tribe of ʿād of Iram of the Pillars is also mentioned in Sura 89:5–8, and archaeological evidence from Iram shows copious inscriptions devoted to her …