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Vibe Indian is a cutting edge initiative that aims to ignite love for India on a global scale. It is built on the unending love and appreciation for the diversity of the subcontinent. India is a country with rich history of people and stories. At Vibe Indian, we are dedicated to highlight what made us fall in love with the vibrant place and its Tri-colour flag.

The unique sentiment behind Vibe Indian lies in how we aim to go beyond the superficial. Being a large country, India is home to many people with varied backgrounds. This multicultural nature of the country allows us to experience the world in one place. In addition to the stories in the mainstream, there are so many behind the curtains that deserve attention.

It is impossible to put us in a box as our only motive is love. This holistic nature of Vibe Indian is ideal, because it makes us a one stop destination for Seekers. Look closely, you’ll see that our hearts shine orange, white and green with pride.

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History of Qutub Minar-converted Hindu astronomical structure

Qutub Minar has been believed to be an Islamic victory tower & we’ve read plenty about it in our textbooks, so far. But, what if I tell you that Qutub Minar is actually Dhruv Stambh, a Hindu temple & a former astronomical observatory? We’re going to go through the history of Qutub Minar & highlight ...

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Caste system in India and Manusmriti

    From where did the word ‘caste’ derive? The Spanish-Portuguese word ‘casta’ which meant race, breed, or lineage gave birth to the modern word ‘caste’ & it was first used by the British in the 1700s to signify the Hindu hierarchy of social communities. It was a part of their divide & rule policy ...

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Kalaripayattu, Kerala- mother of all martial arts, history, origin

Introduction Fight and defence have been carried out by people since the times humans ever existed. To be more specific, the animal fighting styles were adapted by pre-historic humans which became part of their daily survival. And the 1st ever weapon used for fighting was a stick with a sharp pointed end and a firm ...

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Francis Xavier- Saint or devil? Missionary father, Goan Inquisition

Francis Xavier was a Navarrés Catholic Missionary from Spain. He is also a co-founder of the Society of Jesus. Born in the municipality of Spain named Javier was assigned to lead an important mission of propagating Christianity in east and south Asia. It was that time when the European giants like French, Portuguese, Spanish, and ...

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Temples

Unwind the history, architecture and trek to Bhimashankar Temple

Maharashtra, the place is blessed with fierce warriors like Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Ahilyabai Holkar, Tanaji Malusare, the Bajirao’s, and many other honourable mentioned. The place with rich and diverse flora and fauna throughout the western ghats and the mesmerizing Konkan coastline. The people of Maharashtra are largely influenced by the geographical conditions and the same ...

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Hampi Temple History and architecture

Hampi is a very small and beautiful village in Karnataka.   Hampi is situated on the slopes of the River Tungabhadra in the eastern part of Karnataka. The ruins of the old temple and structures of Vijayanagar is the main attraction of this place. Do you know how many temples are there in Hampi? It ...

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Konark Sun Temple- History, Mystery and Facts

The name Konark comes from the combination of the Sanskrit words Kona (corner or angle) and Ark (the sun), in reference to the temple which was dedicated to the Sun God, Surya. The Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century Hindu temple dedicated to the Sun God. Shaped like a giant chariot, the temple is known for the ...

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Facts on Mahabodhi Temple In Bodhgaya- History & Architecture

An ancient Buddhist temple, the Mahabodhi Temple reflects through its walls, the story of the man who had walked into the realm of the truth through his deep meditation, enlightened the world with wisdom, and transformed himself into “Lord Buddha”. The place where Buddha gained enlightenment resides in the lap of Bodhgaya, in the Gaya ...

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Spirituality

Depression medications, Spirituality and Hindu scriptures

Part one of depression must have made you realize what is depression and its kinds, now it’s time to dwell on the more scientific view of depression, depression medications and the methods of overcoming depression. Science on overcoming depression and medications One of India’s ancient medical science is Ayurveda. It is the study of a ...

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What is depression, types and of depression

Have you ever felt like you were suffocating? You’re in this big empty room with no windows no colour and no people around and you’re just standing there in the middle of this big room and you feel suffocated? like some unknown hands are strangling your neck and you can’t do anything about it because ...

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Brahma Muhurata- why it is the best time to start your day?

Okay, here’s something you can relate you…ever thought you woke up in the middle of the night and check your phone to see the time and it’s not the middle of the night but 4 am? Don’t worry, it isn’t that uncommon. It doesn’t mean that you’re haunted, it simply means you woke up during ...

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Third Eye Chakra significance and how to activate

The third eye chakra, otherwise known as the ‘ANJA CHAKRA’ is the 6th chakra that acts as a bridge between the real world and realms of inner consciousness. The third eye is said to be located in the middle of the forehead slightly above where the eyebrows meet, which represents the enlightenment one achieves through ...

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Hidden Science

Science behind Indian wedding traditions rituals and customs

Did you ever wonder why there are 7 pheras and not 8 or 9 in an Indian wedding traditions and science behind it? Is it just about the vows or does it have a deeper meaning? Or does the stink or fragrance (depending on your sensory taste) of the Mehendi have more to it than ...

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Know the wonders behind Fasting and its many health benefits

Fasting or Upavasa entails the act of abstaining from consuming food for the greater good of one’s soul and body. Known as Upavasa in Sanskrit, Upa means “near” and vasa mean “to stay”. The word loosely translates to “stay near the lord”. It forms an integral part of Hinduism and is seen as an act ...

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Menstruation Myth- Science and Reasoning

In the last article, we delved into the ten common menstruation myths of the Indian culture that can be found in other societies across the globe as well. The mind, if we delve deep in its intricacies one is bound to realize the origin and science behind these myths backed by the rich literature of ...

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Hindu Cosmology-Solar System through the eyes of Vedas

We all know about the wonders intrinsic to modern science: the big bang, the gravitational force, time, solar system, and the thread extends to infinity. But do we actually know the truth? Well, let’s see what Hindu cosmology has to say about it? As we have progressed into the twenty-first century; man is at its ...

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Featured Articles

History of Qutub Minar-converted Hindu astronomical structure

Qutub Minar has been believed to be an Islamic victory tower & we’ve read plenty about it in our textbooks, so far. But, what if I tell you that Qutub Minar is actually Dhruv Stambh, a Hindu temple & a former astronomical observatory? We’re going to go through the history of Qutub Minar & highlight ...

Read More

Caste system in India and Manusmriti

    From where did the word ‘caste’ derive? The Spanish-Portuguese word ‘casta’ which meant race, breed, or lineage gave birth to the modern word ‘caste’ & it was first used by the British in the 1700s to signify the Hindu hierarchy of social communities. It was a part of their divide & rule policy ...

Read More

Francis Xavier- Saint or devil? Missionary father, Goan Inquisition

Francis Xavier was a Navarrés Catholic Missionary from Spain. He is also a co-founder of the Society of Jesus. Born in the municipality of Spain named Javier was assigned to lead an important mission of propagating Christianity in east and south Asia. It was that time when the European giants like French, Portuguese, Spanish, and ...

Read More

Brahma Muhurata- why it is the best time to start your day?

Okay, here’s something you can relate you…ever thought you woke up in the middle of the night and check your phone to see the time and it’s not the middle of the night but 4 am? Don’t worry, it isn’t that uncommon. It doesn’t mean that you’re haunted, it simply means you woke up during ...

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Third Eye Chakra significance and how to activate

The third eye chakra, otherwise known as the ‘ANJA CHAKRA’ is the 6th chakra that acts as a bridge between the real world and realms of inner consciousness. The third eye is said to be located in the middle of the forehead slightly above where the eyebrows meet, which represents the enlightenment one achieves through ...

Read More

Know the wonders behind Fasting and its many health benefits

Fasting or Upavasa entails the act of abstaining from consuming food for the greater good of one’s soul and body. Known as Upavasa in Sanskrit, Upa means “near” and vasa mean “to stay”. The word loosely translates to “stay near the lord”. It forms an integral part of Hinduism and is seen as an act ...

Read More

Menstruation Myth- Science and Reasoning

In the last article, we delved into the ten common menstruation myths of the Indian culture that can be found in other societies across the globe as well. The mind, if we delve deep in its intricacies one is bound to realize the origin and science behind these myths backed by the rich literature of ...

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How misinterpretation of Vedas led to the evil Sati practice

What is Sati Pratha? Addressing our nation as “Ma tujhe salaam”, we as Indians feel immense pride in being a part of a rich culture that teaches us to respect women, indicated by the very description of India as ‘Ma’ or mother. However, due to lack of knowledge and education, women in India have for ...

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A List Of Top 10 India classical & folk dance forms

The diversity intrinsic to cultures that define the very title of India is not unknown to the world at large. The massive celebration of festivals in India characterized by myriad traditions, rituals, and garnished food. All of which has become an irresistible source of attraction for tourists from all corners of the globe. Talking about ...

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Depression medications, Spirituality and Hindu scriptures

Part one of depression must have made you realize what is depression and its kinds, now it’s time to dwell on the more scientific view of depression, depression medications and the methods of overcoming depression. Science on overcoming depression and medications One of India’s ancient medical science is Ayurveda. It is the study of a ...

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What is depression, types and of depression

Have you ever felt like you were suffocating? You’re in this big empty room with no windows no colour and no people around and you’re just standing there in the middle of this big room and you feel suffocated? like some unknown hands are strangling your neck and you can’t do anything about it because ...

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