SHOCKING VIDEO: Devotees walk on fire in Punjab – is God watching?

SHOCKING VIDEO: Devotees walk on fire in Punjab – is God watching?

As per a video released by news agency ANI, devotees are seen walking on fire in Jalandhar, Punjab.

Simhastha Kumbh Mela in MP: Seven people killed, over 80 injured as tents collapse in thunderstorm

Simhastha Kumbh Mela in MP: Seven people killed, over 80 injured as tents collapse in thunderstorm

The month-long Simhastha Kumbh Mela began in Ujjain early on last Friday with the arrival of Juna Akhara for the royal bath on the banks of the Kshipra river.

Want a US visa? Head to Hyderabad's Chilkur Balaji temple to make it happen!

Want a US visa? Head to Hyderabad's Chilkur Balaji temple to make it happen!

The Chilkur Balaji temple, built as a shrine to Lord Balaji, is said to be about 500 years old.

Devotees throng 'Har Ki Pauri', 'Triveni Sangam' ghats to take holy dip on Mauni Amavasya

Devotees throng 'Har Ki Pauri', 'Triveni Sangam' ghats to take holy dip on Mauni Amavasya

Large number devotees thronged 'Har Ki Pauri' ghat in Haridwar on Monday morning to take holy dip in the Ganges on the occasion of Mauni Amavasya.

Gun shot fired at Golden Temple from outside

Some unidentified persons had fired the bullet from outside which hit the SGPC employee who was on duty in the marbled periphery of Golden Temple.

Tirumala temple hundi nets Rs three crore on new year day

For the first time, Tirumala Tirupati Devastanam did not entertain recommendation letters issued by VIPs for darshan and other facilities to their near and dear ones visiting the hills today. 

Dress code for devotees visiting TN shrines from January

The dress code for entering the temples was being followed on the orders of the Madras High court early this month, officials said.

Chhath ends with offering of 'argaya' to rising sun

Lakhs of devotees thronged the banks of Ganga early in the morning to offer 'argaya' to the rising Sun god.

Rush in Himachal temples on onset of 'Navratras'

Hundreds of devotees offered prayers on the onset of the nine-day "Navratras" in Himachal Pradesh.

First 'shahi snan' of Kumbh Mela begins today

The first 'shahi snan' of the ongoing Kumbh Mela began in Nashik on Saturday with thousands of devotees, including 'mahants' of various akhadas or sects, thronging the ghats of River Godavari to take the holy dip.

Godavari Pushkaram: 3.85 cr devotees took holy dip in Andhra Pradesh

As many as 3.85 crore pilgrims have taken holy dip in the ongoing Godavari 'Maha Pushkaram' since the festival began in Andhra Pradesh on July 14, a state minister said on Thursday.

Devotees have darshan of Lord Jagannath

A day after the century's first 'Nabakalebar' Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath commenced here, thousands of devotees had darshan of the new idols of the three deities as their chariots stood in front of Gundicha Temple here on Sunday.

Vaishno Devi shrine breaks new record, 40 lakh pilgrims visit in six months

The pilgrimage to Mata Vaishno Devi shrine has set a new milestone with a record number of 40 lakh pilgrims visiting the cave shrine in six months this year.

40 lakh devotees to undertake Chaurasi Kos Yatra

Around 40 lakh devotees will undertake the holy Chaurasi Kos Yatra.

600 Indian Sikh devotees reach Pakistan for 'Jor Mela'

600 Indian Sikh devotees reach Pakistan for 'Jor Mela'

More than 600 Indian Sikh devotees arrived in Pakistan today to observe the 409th death anniversary of fifth Sikh Guru Arjan Dev on June 16.

1.50 lakh registered devotees so far for Amarnath yatra

As many as 1.50 lakh devotees have registered so far for the annual 59-day pilgrimage to the holy cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas, scheduled to begin next month.

Devotees throng Sufi saint's Urs in Jammu

Devotees in large numbers paid obeisance at the shrine of Sufi saint Naugaza Peer at a village in Jammu district on Thursday, coinciding with the saint's annual Urs.

Daitapati priests oppose SJTA ban on devotees climbing Jagannath bathing podium

The row over touching the idols of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra continued as the Daitapati priests opposed on Tuesday the Sri Jagannath Temple Administration's decision of not allowing devotees to climb the bathing podium on the Snan Purnima Day (bathing rituals) scheduled to be held on June 2.