Saturday 15th June 2024,
HHR News

Dharmic Ecology

Video : India- Bears at Mungai Mata Mandir

Video : India- Bears at Mungai Mata Mandir

About 100 KM away from Raipur, exists a temple of Mata Chandi which is besieged by dense forest. What makes this temple special is that, every evening, when Aarati is over, Bears from the forest visit & many people offer prasad to these wild bears Temple is situated in village Ghunchapali just 6-7km. from Bagbahara [...]

July 4, 2023 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology, News updates, World Focus 0

Three-eyed calf from Wales rehomed in Leicester animal sanctuary and named after Hindu god

Three-eyed calf from Wales rehomed in Leicester animal sanctuary and named after Hindu god

A three-eyed calf has been rehomed in Leicester and renamed after a Hindu god after an animal sanctuary bought the animal, believed to be ‘special’, from a Welsh farmer. The unusual-looking calf made headlines in May after a vet who was testing animals on the North Wales farm came across the animal. Reports of the [...]

July 7, 2021 HHR Archives, Dharma Seva, Dharmic Ecology, News updates, Spirituality/Culture, World Focus 0

Kashmir : Terrorist Violence and the War on Life

Kashmir : Terrorist Violence and the War on Life

Today the world faces existential threat from two sides: global conflict and ecological collapse. We are heading into double extinctions, of culture and nature. These twin interlocking violations are centuries long processes with a common history of settler-colonialism, neo-colonialism and industrial capitalism[i]. Settler colonialism is, as Patrick Wolfe (2006) stated, a “logic of elimination”. It [...]

June 28, 2021 Sarah Louise Gates Analysis/Insights, Archives, Articles, Dharmic Ecology, History, Jammu and Kashmir, World Focus 0

Video : HHR at Extinction Rebellion Rally

Video : HHR at Extinction Rebellion Rally

As Prithvi Mata - Bhumi devi - Mother Earth is sacred to Hindus so some HHR members have been present at the ongoing Extinction Rebellion to save Mother Earth. Unfortunately no other Hindus groups were present. [...]

April 26, 2019 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology, HHR Videos, News updates, World Focus 0

Meet Eco Baba who cleaned 100 miles of river all by himself

Meet Eco Baba who cleaned 100 miles of river all by himself

One of the most renowned environmentalists of Punjab, the man who has been actively creating awareness among people regarding environment protection, the ECO Baba, — Balbir Singh Seechewal is the new talk of the town as his efforts have made the sacred Kale Bein river lively again. 160 km long Kale Bein river is a [...]

April 10, 2016 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology 0

Hinduism and Climate Change

Hinduism and Climate Change

The whole earth is sacred. Earth, which is a well-endowed, beautiful Goddess, the wife of Vishnu, the Lord who sustains the universe. Such a Goddess, who deserves our reverence, must forgive us for we step on her so carelessly. The poet thinks of the earth in such lofty terms. The earth, so patient, so passionate, [...]

March 14, 2016 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology 0

Kin of slain Muslim cow activist will continue fight against beef mafia

Kin of slain Muslim cow activist will continue fight against beef mafia

MEERUT: Family members of murdered Muslim gaurakshak, Dilshad Bharti, fear for their lives even 16 months after he was allegedly shot in the head by the beef mafia. But that has not stopped them from continuing his fight. The family has been instrumental in sealing more than 200 illegal slaughterhouses in Saddiq Nagar area alone. [...]

November 9, 2015 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology, India 0

Video : Bears Visiting Chandi Mata Temple at Aarti

Video : Bears Visiting Chandi Mata Temple at Aarti

Also Attending Daily Evening Prayers at the Chandi Mata Temple in Chattisgarh with devotees are a mother bear and her four cubs who also after aarti take prashad from the Pujari ( temple priest ) and do 9 parakrama of the temple before leaving to go back to the hill . Also read Wild bear [...]

September 30, 2014 HHR Archives, Dharmic Ecology, HHR Videos 0

Cleaning The Mighty Ganga Will Be a Mammoth Task For Modi

Cleaning The Mighty Ganga Will Be a Mammoth Task For Modi

No river on our planet probably evokes the range of powerful religious as well as filial emotions in a whole population that the Ganga does. No river is probably more polluted and desecrated. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi pledged during the elections to clean the Ganga, it was metaphorical and literal – the promise of [...]

June 6, 2014 HHR Dharmic Ecology 0

How India is building Asia’s largest secure forest network

How India is building Asia’s largest secure forest network

A landmark effort by the Indian state of Karnataka to connect isolated protected forests could lead to the building of Asia’s largest unbroken forest, writes Jay Mazoomdaar.It’s been all about connecting the green dots. Since 2012, the southern state of Karnataka has declared nearly 2,600 sq km (1,000 sq miles) of forests as protected areas, [...]

March 30, 2014 HHR Dharmic Ecology 0
HHR News