Tag: Shri Krishna Yajurveda Pathashala

Maha Shivaratri 2015

One night of each year in the Vedic or  Indian calendar is dedicated to worship of Lord Shiva.  This sacred holiday is known as Maha Shivaratri – the great night of Shiva. According to mypanchang.com, Maha Shivaratri 2015 falls on Tuesday, February 17  in India, Europe, Africa, Australia and those in the Central and Eastern […]

The Crow’s Significance in Indian Mythology

(This story was recounted by Vedamurti Shri Vivek Shastri Godbole, who is the Acharya (the head Brahmin) of the Shri Krishna Yajurveda Pathshala in Satara, Maharsahstra,  India.  He comes from a lineage of 15 generations of learned practitioners of the Krishna Yajur Veda.)  In every ceremony related to our ancestors, the crow carries a lot […]