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How To Spell Success: New Ways Forward For Hindu American Children

How To Spell Success: New Ways Forward For Hindu American Children

For several consecutive years, a Hindu American contestant of Indian origin has won the National Spelling Bee in the United States. Preparing for the National Spelling Bee is undoubtedly no small task with contestants studying for many hours a day over several years in order to have a realistic chance at winning. It is no [...]

March 4, 2016 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

“Who’s flying this plane? : The blind leading the blind in Western Yoga”

“Who’s flying this plane? : The blind leading the blind in Western Yoga”

  Just as Yoga in the West seemed ready to set flight with that many more passengers aboard, something stalled the latest take-off.  The Western Yoga world vomited all over itself.  We’d been holding back our own bile for so long, and then a single Yoga teacher in Ottawa finally triggered the gag-reflex — and [...]

December 7, 2015 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, The Yoga Snatchers 1

Divine Shakti Slaying the Demons of Monoculture

Divine Shakti Slaying the Demons of Monoculture

O gracious One, whatever there is in this world, of things which have and are without motion, from Supermind to an atom, owes its origin to and is dependent on Thee, Goddess. Thou art the Original of all the manifestations; Thou art the birthplace of even us, the gods; thou knowest the whole world, yet [...]

September 25, 2014 Tina Sadhwani Archives, Shakti Unveiled : The Dawn of the Goddess 0

We Need Rule of Dharma not ‘Rule of Law’

We Need Rule of Dharma not ‘Rule of Law’

कालो वा कारणं राज्ञोराजा वा कालकारणं |इति ते संशयो माभूद राजा कालस्य कारणं || म० भा० श० प० This shlok is sutra to understand a basic question i.e. do historical condition create the character of state, or does the character of the state create historical conditions? Time, is not the force that governs human affairs, [...]

April 3, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Should India be Secular or Hindu?

Should India be Secular or Hindu?

For Hindi Version go to : भारत का स्वरुप कैसा हो? सेकुलर या हिन्दू? “Hinduism, which is the most skeptical and the most believing of all, the most skeptical because it has questioned and experimented the most, the most believing because it has the deepest experience and the most varied and positive spiritual knowledge, that [...]

February 17, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 8

What’s up with the ‘dot’ on the forehead ?

What’s up with the ‘dot’ on the forehead ?

What’s up with the ‘dot’ on the forehead, the worshiping of cows, the worshiping of idols and the polytheism? Is Yoga a Hindu practice, is the word ‘Hindu’ a proper term, and what’s up with the caste system?” Individuals asking these questions are usually not used to a religious tradition that has been maturing for [...]

February 4, 2013 Sean Bradrick Understanding hinduism 0

Defaming the Hindu Sacred Feminine ( Part 1 )

Defaming the Hindu Sacred Feminine ( Part 1 )

It was only a matter of time before the anti-Hindu elements emerged from the gutter to exploit the horrific rape and murder of the 23 year old student in Delhi. The first was Sunny Hundal who used his platform in the Guardian to launch a tirade against the worship of the sacred feminine as providing [...]

February 2, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 4

Navaratri and its Spiritual Symbolism

Navaratri and its Spiritual Symbolism

It is that time of the year where Hindus start preparations for celebrating Navaratri, the joyous festival of nine nights, which is dedicated to the Divine Mother Durga. Virtually every Hindu community in the world celebrates Navaratri. The major story associated with Navaratri is the battle between the great Goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura, [...]

October 14, 2012 Rajesh Patel Shakti Unveiled : The Dawn of the Goddess, Spirituality/Culture 0

Meghnad Desai: Lord of the Lies

Meghnad Desai: Lord of the Lies

Meghnad Desai on his new book ‘Who Wrote the Bhagwad Gita?‘ “I wrote the book as a secular inquiry into the Gita because in a sense, I could never make head or tail of it and then I stopped trying. About two or three years ago, I was asked to deliver the Goswami lecture in [...]

October 7, 2012 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Hindu Phobics 4

Hindus of Cambodia – Kampuchea

Hindus of Cambodia – Kampuchea

Cambodia was first influenced by Hinduism during the beginning of the Funan kingdom. Hinduism was one of the Khmer Empire’s official religions. Cambodia is the home to one of the only two temples dedicated to Brahma in the world. Angkor Wat of Cambodia is the largest Hindu temple in the world. Laos used to be [...]

September 24, 2012 HHR Cambodia - Kampuchea 0