Swami Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was born on 18 February 1836, Bengal, Hugli district, Kamarpukur village. His childhood name was Gadadhara.
Swami Dayananda Saraswati was born in a village in Kathiyawadi Morbi, in a Brahmin clan of Uttar Pradesh on 12th February 1824.
Once Lord Bharata visited mother Kausalya’s palace. After venerating Kausalya ma, he touched Shri Rama’s feet. Kausalya ma blessed him.
Bhishma Pitamah was an ideal son, a great student and an elevated devotee as well. His parents were emperor Shantanu and Ganga Devi.
Once, a fisher woman named Kali ferried Sage Parashara across the river. Anticipating the future, Sage Parashara said- “You must deliver a son.”
Once, while hunting, Karna shot a Brahman’s pious cow and incurred the sin of Gohatya. Pained by the loss, the Brahmana uttered a curse.
Mahavir’s very first teaching was non-violence. Jains oppose all forms of violence. Hence they avoid eating root vegetables.
2500 years ago, Mahavir Varadhaman, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, appeared in the Kingdom of Vaishali in Kundapur district.
Kalidas was endowed with blessings by the goddess of learning which was reflected in his remarkable representation of ideas and delicate portrayal of nature.
Aditi, the mother of Devas, observed a fast for 12 years on Makara Sankranti. As a result, she bore 12 sons who illuminated the three worlds.