Hinduism

Hindus in South India Erect ‘Corona Goddess’ Temple

Hindu priests in southern India’s Tamil Nadu state have erected a temple dedicated to “Corona Devi (Goddess),” a Hindu goddess created so that Hindus may pray to the Chinese coronavirus and ask it for forgiveness amid India’s punishing new wave of infections and deaths from the disease in recent weeks.

In this picture taken on May 5, 2021, relatives grieve as they arrive for the cremation of their loved one who died due to the Covid-19 coronavirus at a crematorium in Moradabad. - People in India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh are fighting not just a raging pandemic but also …

India Celebrates History of Hindu Worship in Japan

The Indian Museum in Kolkata has inaugurated an exhibition celebrating the worship of Hindu gods in Japan, a centuries-old tradition fueled by religious syncretism as Japanese worshippers have blended Hinduism into Buddhism and Shintoism.

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