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How a Pagan celebrates St Patrick’s Day

How a Pagan celebrates St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day honours the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick, who was instrumental in transitioning Ireland away from Paganism towards Christianity. You’ve probably heard the legend of St Patrick delivering a sermon so powerful it chased the snakes out of Ireland. That story is believed by many to be a metaphor representing St. Pat chasing the [...]

March 17, 2017 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice Comments Off on How a Pagan celebrates St Patrick’s Day

Brexit : Why is the EU Collapsing but ‘Hindu’ India Remains Intact?

Brexit : Why is the EU Collapsing but ‘Hindu’ India Remains Intact?

From its independence in 1947 it was predicted by many in the west that India would collapse. The pro-Pakistan policies of UK, France, USA and many others as well as the sympathy shown by them to secessionist movements, most notably in Punjab, Kashmir and Nagaland, the belief that India is heading to civil war due [...]

July 12, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 52

Video : Modi in Ireland: Irish Kids sing Sanskrit Shlokas, PM mocks Indian ‘Secularists’

Video : Modi in Ireland: Irish Kids sing Sanskrit Shlokas, PM mocks Indian ‘Secularists’

Modi’ recent visit in Ireland: Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived on historic visit to Ireland on Wednesday got a warm welcome from Irish kids. Students of John Scottus School in Dublin chanted Sanskrit Shlokas to welcome visiting Indian prime minister. Modi appreciated the song sung in Sanskrit by Irish kids. “Amazed to hear Sanskrit [...]

September 24, 2015 HHR HHR Videos, World Focus Comments Off on Video : Modi in Ireland: Irish Kids sing Sanskrit Shlokas, PM mocks Indian ‘Secularists’