Raja Dasharatha was born to Aja and Indumati, the mortal incarnate of Apsara Harini
Apsara Ghritachi was one nymph who was a reason for the birth of many virtuous children.
Apsara Ghritichi and Her Hundred Cursed Daughters has roots in both the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Also has an important role in the Kusha lineage.
The Puja offered to Shri Ganesha on Chaturthi, glorifies the dedication of devotees- physically, mentally, and spiritually, incompleteness with all the twenty-one tatvas or elements that make the body in the offering.
Rishi Durvasa’s curse on Apsara Punjikasthala had played a vital role in the birth of Hanuman.
The groundwork to wrestle for independence was laid in 1817 by the Paika Rebellions of Odisha.
The mystery of the Vedic Apsaras has been interlaced gracefully by the treads of artistic affluence, spiritual eloquence, and erotic aspiration.
The Apsaras are as much Hindus as Buddhist because of their Vedic gene pool.
Saaryu the witness to Historicity of Ramayana has poignantly been flowing through all the trials and turbulations first of Sri Rama and then of his believers for centuries together.
These flying Chinese Apsaras, the mythical cosmic creations of Indian origin trekked along with the envoys of Bodhisattva to the Chinese landscape.