HindusTraditions is a repository of temples information, traditions, spiritual information, popular stotras, daily panchangam, festivals information and many more. HindusTraditions has hindu devotional texts in Hindi(Devanagari), Sanskrit, Telugu, tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Oriya, Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi, Hindi and English languages.

HindusTraditions not just publishes only hindus tradition information, but everything is derived from vedas as well. Our main objective is to create a repository for all hindus traditions that are disappearing now a days, guide to our temples, container for stothras, stotras information, daily panchangam, festival information and many more.

HindusTraditions is the real Hindus Website providing information on all the Santana Dharmas that originated in the Indian Subcontinent. We (HindusTraditions) provide unique and original resources on the beliefs, philosophy and essential practices of the following religions - Sanatana Dharma, known as Hinduism or Hindu Dharma. In addition to the above, we offer unique and useful information on spiritualism, self-development, and yoga, and valuable resources such as translations of several ancient Hindu manuscripts and articles on the history of Hinduism, symbolism of gods and goddesses, and significance of temples and esoteric practices. We focus on both spiritual and material progress of our communities.

Hinduism resources on the Internet is highly unorganized and lacks the understandability usually a web portal should have. HindusTraditions serves as a one stop resource for anyone who is new to Hinduism or wants to know more deep about the depths of the vast ocean known as Sanatana dharma.

For the latest updates and additions to Hindustraditions, please check the Latest Articles link in the right column. If you want to find specific information, please use the search box in the header of every page.

In HindusTraditions, IAST (International Alphabet for Sanskrit Transliteration) is used in English language. This helps readers to properly spell the sounds of alphabets as accurate as possible spoken in Sanskrit. Hindi (Devanagari) and English texts are available with vedic swaras wherever required.