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Hindu rituals

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The anatomy of Hinduphobic narrative in India: The head

Due to apathy and antipathy of the regimes in past 70 years, this Hinduphobic narrative has become the dominant narrative not only in India but also in foreign universities.

Vadakalai vs Thenkalai- Time to bell the cat & the monkey- Part-I

Differences arose among Vaishnavites by about the 14th century as to the form of worship which by now has taken not so good turn!

Types of Hindus in the 21st century

Categorizing modern Hindus into five categories: स्वपीडित, भ्रमित, कर्मी, साधक and अध्यात्म ज्ञानी. Read how they stand.

Purdah among Indian women during delhi sultanate, Mughals & Vedic india

History clearly suggests that the Purdah custom which is condemned as a regressive practice of women oppression in Hinduism, was imposed during the Islamic invasion of India by the Muslim rulers.

What are the benefits of doing shradh?

Shradh, it is a ceremony held in the honour and for the benefits of deceased family relatives. It is observed at fixed periods and on the occasions of celebrations and mourning.

There is merit in Sabarimala agitation

Traditional ritualistic practices are specifically demarcated to men and women. In each case, exclusion is not treated as discrimination.

Indic way of living- Day by day

the sequence of the day compartments would be: Sadhana- Karm- Seva- Utsav. ‘A day’ lived will be full of life, engaging, enriching, nurturing and celebrating the process called life.

Book Review : ‘Hinduism and Nature’ by Nanditha Krishna

'Hinduism and Nature'  is a book that blends spirituality, mythology, and an analysis of environmental awareness that is embedded in Hinduism.

Is the Chhath only for Biharis? No, it’s for YOU

Chhat rituals are powerful for naturally healing the body, mind and the soul. Find out how.

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