Thursday 08th December 2016,
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Bhramari Devi : The Hindu Bee Goddess

Bhramari Devi : The Hindu Bee Goddess

The God Indra was the namesake of ancient India and the deity who separated heaven and earth, and is said to have received honey as his first food. Similarly, the Indian Bee goddess Bhramari Devi derives her name from the word Bramari, meaning ‘Bees’ in Hindi. It is said that Bhramari Devi resides inside [...]

October 3, 2016 HHR Archives, Shakti Unveiled : The Dawn of the Goddess, Understanding hinduism 0

Video : Indian communists attacking Krishna Jayanthi procession in Kerala

Video : Indian communists attacking Krishna Jayanthi procession in Kerala

CPIM thugs attacking sreekrishna jayanthi procession in kerala. [...]

August 25, 2016 HHR Archives, HHR Videos, India 0

Upholding Dharma

Upholding Dharma

The Kurukshetra war was on in full swing, and as it progressed, the losses for the Kauravas increased. Duryodhana began to suspect that Bhishma’s loyalty to the Pandavas had resulted in his fighting half heartedly. Accused of being disloyal to the side he was fighting on, Bhishma got angry. He told Duryodhana that he would [...]

June 14, 2016 HHR Archives, Hindu Wisdom 4

No, Hinduism Is Not Behind India’s ‘Rape Crisis’

No, Hinduism Is Not Behind India’s ‘Rape Crisis’

Pakistani journalist Shaan Khan’s piece “What’s Really Behind India’s Rape Crisis,” published this Friday (25/3/16) on The Daily Beast, looks at China and India — two countries with similarly skewed sex ratios — and asks why India in the last few years has experienced a “rape crisis,” while China has not. At the outset, one [...]

April 13, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

De-colonization As De-contextualization: Why The ‘Cultural Appropriation’ Argument Is Not About Yoga

De-colonization As De-contextualization: Why The ‘Cultural Appropriation’ Argument Is Not About Yoga

To my chagrin and dismay, self-appointed defenders of oppressed cultures who cast contemporary western yoga as the second coming of the East India Company have attached themselves to the fabric of yoga discourse with the stubborn persistence of a burr on a sock. Consequently, perfectly serviceable yoga programs are now at risk of being run [...]

December 26, 2015 Guest Author Archives, The Yoga Snatchers 0

The X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer Is Upsetting Some U.S. Hindus

The X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer Is Upsetting Some U.S. Hindus

The trailer contains a reference to the Hindu deity Krishna The trailer released last week for the upcoming X-Men movie has ruffled a few feathers within the Hindu community in the U.S., with the head of a Hindu organization objecting to a reference to the deity Krishna by one of the characters. “Lord Krishna was [...]

December 17, 2015 HHR Archives, News updates 0

KR15 HNA Licence plate sets new record new British record

KR15 HNA Licence plate sets new record new British record

A personalised registration has set a new British record after selling for more than £230,000, according to the DVLA. KR15 HNA was bought by a London-based businesswoman during an auction at the Casa Hotel in Chesterfield. It is the most expensive current style registration to be sold by the DVLA. The previous record was set [...]

May 14, 2015 HHR Articles, News updates 0

Sri Aurobindo and the Gita

Sri Aurobindo and the Gita

Of all Indian scriptures, the Bhagavat Gita has likely been the one most commented on. India’s sages, yogis, philosophers, thinkers have, as a rule, regarded it a sacred duty to add theirs to the long list of commentaries on these eighteen brief chapters from the Mahabharata—a mere 700 slokas which have left the deepest of [...]

April 15, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Why Western Women Embrace Hinduism ? Part 1

Why Western Women Embrace Hinduism ?  Part 1

Since time immemorial there have been strong and influential Western women who have been drawn to and been inspired by Hinduism, and who have taken up the mantle of Hindu Dharma, becoming great leaders, swaminis, and gurus as keepers and vanguards of this ancient culture. Today one can witness thousands of Western women turning vegetarian, [...]

March 7, 2015 HHR Spirituality/Culture 1

They think – That Temple Should be in a Museum !

They think – That Temple Should be in a Museum !

Much of India’s treasures have been looted and are either displayed in museums or in private collections around the world .On a visit to the British Museum one Hindu finds something very interesting…. In January of 2011 I went to the British Museum in London. For a lifelong student of history it was a dream [...]

January 9, 2015 HHR Archives, HHR Videos 0