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Ram temple work to start this year-end: Dr Swamy – PTI

Ram temple work to start this year-end: Dr Swamy – PTI

“Swamy claimed that efforts are being made at resolving the issue amicably between Hindus and Muslims so that the temple and the masjid come up on both sides of the Saryu river in Ayodhya. The issue will be discussed at the two-day national conference in Delhi University on “Shree Ram Janambhoomi Temple—The Emerging Scenario” which would [...]

January 9, 2016 HHR Archives, India, News updates 0

‘ We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World ’ : Part Three – The Emergence of the Devil

‘ We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World ’ : Part Three – The Emergence of the Devil

In civilisations and cultures without explicit good and evil there was no need for the Devil, Satan, Lucifer or just simply the ‘Evil One’. The demonology of one god thrust upon humanity by monotheism needed a polar opposite in the form of the Devil. Hence the inherent contradiction in which this supposedly superior belief in [...]

August 28, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 0

‘ We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World ’ : Part Two – Good Vs Evil

‘ We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World ’ : Part Two – Good Vs Evil

Good Vs Evil ? The Ramayana is said to be an epic that describes the triumph of good over evil, when Shri Rama defeats the rakshasa (demon) king Ravana and rescues his wife Sita from his clutches.But is the dichotomy between good and evil so accurate?Said to have been born with ten heads, Ravana was [...]

May 23, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 1

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

Following Ram, the Prince of Ayodhya

Following Ram, the Prince of Ayodhya

“Where you are from? Do people there also know about Ram?” Some boys had discovered me sitting at the back of a shrine at the outskirts of Chamba near Tehri and typically for Indian kids, who are never shy, had asked this question. “No, where I am from people don’t know about Ram”, I replied. [...]

October 23, 2014 HHR Spirituality/Culture 0

Was Jesus really born?

Was Jesus really born?

“Let me tell you at the outset that Jesus is no mythological mumbo-jumbo like your Rama and Krishna, and even Buddha. On the contrary, he was a solid historical figure whose miracles were witnessed and vouchsafed by many contemporary people,” said a Jesuit missionary to Sita Ram Goel. Let us have a closer look at [...]

December 25, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights, Articles 0

Notorious Wendy Doniger hosted by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

Notorious Wendy Doniger hosted by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

“On Hinduism is a treat. For those who already know and admire Wendy Doniger’s work, this is a handy (if hefty) compendium of many of her essays…. For those who are reading her for the first time, the book is a marvellous introduction to the multiple ways that Hinduism can be approached and understood through [...]

December 1, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 4

‘Demolition of Ram Sethu bridge will bring loss to India’ says Shankaracharya

‘Demolition of Ram Sethu bridge will bring loss to India’ says Shankaracharya

PONDA: The demolition of ‘Ram Sethu’, a bridge of the Ramayana era, by the Union government would bring immense loss to India, the 145th Pithadeeshwar of Sree Govardhan Mutt Puri, Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Nischalanand Saraswati stated. Sree Nischalanand Saraswati Maharaj was addressing a ‘Dharma sabha’, a mass religious awakening meet, at Marcaim village panchayat ground, [...]

November 28, 2013 HHR India, News updates 0