Thursday, August 6, 2020
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Pragnya Patnaik

Author, Columnist, Social-Activist, Editor and former Software professional

The homecoming of the Lords – Bahuda Yatra

Ratha Yatra also known as Ratha or Ghosa Jatra falls on the Suklapaksha Dwitiya tithi of the Asadha month, when Lord Jagannath or the Lord of the Universe and his siblings Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra travel on their much adorned carts and amidst much fanfare to the Gundicha temple.

Raja- A festival celebrating womanhood

Raja, a unique festival of Odisha is a positive deviation from the prevalent thoughts of considering menstruation a taboo, according to which this natural phenomena occurring in half the population is something to be embarrassed about.

This Mahashivratri, let us learn about the leaning marvel of India: Huma

The annual fair during Mahashivratri is organised in a grand scale and a must visit for devotees and tourists at Huma, in Odisha.

Surendra Sai- The invincible Indian hero: Remembering him on his birth anniversary

The contribution of Sai and his associates in the freedom struggle is unmatched. But these brave sons of the soil are yet receive the recognition that they truly deserve.

Navadurga – The embodiment of woman power

On the auspicious occasion of Bijaya Dashami, as a society, let us recognize the true capabilities of our women and give them the respect that they truly deserve.

Chandrayaan 2 – A story of success

For us Indians the Chandrayaan 2 is not just another space mission, but it will go down in history as an event that inspired an entire nation to believe in itself and to stand together in good and not-so good times.

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Ram Mandir: Why it’s not a Hindu-Muslim but Indians vs Invaders issue

Ram Mandir is an issue which has surrounded a billion strong nation from 30-years and has led to multiple Hindu-Muslim riots leaving hundreds of people dead of both religions and is why still not a Hindu-Muslim issue?

राम

करने जन जन का कल्याण, करने संतों का उद्धार, करने दुष्टों का संहार, भारत भू पर जन्मे राम।

Bhavya Ram Temple- Aspiration fulfilled by BJP-Govt

The BJP bore the brunt and humiliations, for a long period, for supporting the Hindu cause. There was an avalanche of swear words on the party.

राम-भक्त कारसेवकों को नमन

समय बलवान होता है, ये पता था मगर नियती (डेस्टिनी) उससे भी बड़ी होती है, ये आज पता चला और नियती उनका साथ देती है जो धर्म के तरफ खड़े होते हैं! अपने आराध्य के लिए अपना सर्वस्व निछiवर करने वाले सभी कार्यसेवकों को नमन!

Only Ram’s Bharat can de-radicalize Project Medina victims

Modern-day Bharat has to take a leaf out of the horrors, the middle-east has gone through and pre-empt the causes at the earliest. There is absolutely no scarcity like that of a desert here.

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Curious case of Swastika

Swastika (स्वस्तिक) literally means ‘let there be good’ (su "good" and asti "let it be"), or simply ‘good it is’ implying total surrender to paramatma and acceptance of the fruits of karma.

National Education Policy 2020 envisions to revive the ancient Indian wisdom, philosophy, human ethics and value system

The NEP 2020 is indeed has the potential to make India – Atmanirbhar if implemented properly. It envisions to make India a knowledge driven society and become Vishwa Guru in the field of education.

Only Ram’s Bharat can de-radicalize Project Medina victims

Modern-day Bharat has to take a leaf out of the horrors, the middle-east has gone through and pre-empt the causes at the earliest. There is absolutely no scarcity like that of a desert here.

Ram Janmabhoomi: A tribute to the centuries old struggle

In 1574 the Vaishnav saint Tulsidas in his writing “Ramcharitmanas” and in 1598 Abu al-Fazal also in his third volume of Akbarnama mentioned the Lord Ram birthday festival in Ayodhya. They did not mention any existence of a mosque.

How did Buddha look upon as Rama and what Rama means to a Buddhist

How Buddhist texts mention Lord Rama of Hinduism.
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