Category Archive for: ‘Religion’

  • Dhrupad: Unveiling the Celestial Symphony

    Dhrupad: Unveiling the Celestial Symphony

    By Vasini Shyama Charan Jha In the sacred tapestry of Indian classical music, Dhrupad stands as a timeless embodiment of the celestial symphony, resonating with the profound rhythms that underpin the very essence of existence. This ancient tradition, rooted in the celestial melodies of the …

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  • How to be Happy?

    How to be Happy?

    Have you ever taken a moment to observe a child playing? With an empty box, a metal pot, or some water and dirt, they can create an adventure. They are naturally joyous.  As we grow up, the cost of our happiness increases. We may route …

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    Spirituality and Wisdom in the Vedas – Sri Nandanandana Dasa

    The spiritual world is not a myth, although it may certainly be a mystery to those without sufficient knowledge or experience. Many traditions, religions or cultures from around the world tell of another world, the afterlife or a heavenly or spiritual abode. But many of …

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  • Nitya Kunta

    Nitya Kunta from Windermere brings Sharanaagati message in her Bharatanatyam performance Review by Smrithi Sankar Krishnan

    On July 31st, 2022, Nitya Kunta performed her Bharatanatyam Rangapravesam at Windermere, Florida, under her watchful Acharya, Dr. Smt. Subashree Narayanan, from Jacksonville, Florida, disciple of Padma Bhushan Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan, Shantala Awardee and Karnataka Kalashree Guru B. Bhanumati, and Nritya Nipune Guru Smt. Sheela …

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  • Horoscope August 2020

    Horoscope October 2022

    Aries (March 21 to April 20) This is the month to concentrate on your career and work hard. This may affect your health. However, get some rest to regain energy. The results of your diligence will be wonderful. Your efforts will be appreciated by higher …

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    Genesis of Hinduphobia By Dhiru Shah

    Distortion & Denigration of Hinduism & Indian History by British Colonialists & Missionaries    George Orwell has rightly said: “The most effective way to destroy a people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” The British colonialists mastered that practice after the …

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  • The Epitome of Compassion

    The Epitome of Compassion

    Vivekmurtidas Swami, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha The COVID-19 Pandemic will forever be remembered as a period of isolation, distancing, and change. Along with our longing to get back to “normal,” we hoped for peace and normalcy around the world. Unfortunately, peace continues to evade many parts …

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  • The Rarity of a Living Culture by Amish Tripathi

    The Rarity of a Living Culture by Amish Tripathi

    So, what is the truth? “satyameva jayate”, says the Mundaka Upanishad. Truth alone prevails. Who would disagree? As the ancients would remark, “nissandeha”, without doubt. But what is truth? Is it my truth or your truth? Is there such a thing as universal truth? Is …

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    Diwali – Celebrating the triumph of good over evil

    Sometimes called the Indian Festival of Lights, Diwali is arguably the most important holiday of the year for Hindu, Sikh, and Jain families. The festival (which is observed by Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains) lasts five days in its entirety. Traditionally, the third day is considered …

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  • How to Cultivate Hindu Culture in America

    How to Cultivate Hindu Culture in America

         Namaste, I was recently invited to the HSS Hindu Camp for Children in Bloomington, Illinois where I gave four presentations to the children, along with a few evening talks to the adults that focused on various issues of the Vedic community here in …

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