Namaste🙏! My name is Vinod Kumar. I am a spiritual and religious travel blogger and explorer, who has been visiting many spiritual and religious places for the last several years. Apart from this, I am also improving my knowledge on the topics such as Gemology and Astrology.
I like to study the religion philosophy and cultural texts and love to write on the topics related to them. Along with this, I love traveling, especially religious and cultural. I am a religious thinker, and i have a lot of faith in religions, but I follow my religion while opposing religious fundamentalists, superstitious people. I believe that there is no great religion in the world beyond humanity. My religion (dharma) also motivates me to become and remain the best human being. It is my good fortune that I am a citizen of a country, which is a virtue land, the workplace of many great sages. This is the center of spirituality. Here’s everything for brainstorming ideas. There are many forms of cultures. All religions are present here. There is a huge treasure of cultural and religious heritage. There is unity in diversity.
A poetic sentence in India is very famous regarding diversity of India that “Kos-kos par pani badle chaar kos par baani” means that the taste of water changes in every two kilometers in India and changes in language every four kilometres.
Welcome to my religious, spiritual and cultural travel blog! This is where I share my thoughts about spiritual and religious experiences to the world with honesty.
This is a suitable place for those like you who are looking for inspiration to lead a life full of spirituality and inspiration and love and spirituality in daily life. Or just want to enhance your knowledge on these topics.
I want to show you, how to visit the world of spirituality? How to acquire knowledge of Dharma? How to find yourself in you? Discover your experiences and open your mind to the new world, for those topics and places that you did not even know.
सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु। मा कश्चित् दुःख भाग्भवेत्॥
ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः॥