Hinduism

VHP strikes on point; says, "Stop protecting cow killers and maligning Hindu organisations"

Vishwa Hindu Parishad has termed Monday’s incident of Bulandshahar, which resulted in the deaths of Inspector Subodh and Sumit, a youth from the village, as highly unfortunate. In his statement on Wednesday, Dr Surendra Jain, Jt General Secretary of VHP said, there can be no place for murder in any democracy but the way in which a section of the media has tried to blame a certain ideology for the unfortunate incident, without ascertaining the facts, is highly inappropriate. VHP strongly condemns this ..

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Hindutva: A Silver Bullet for world peace volume 1

A major step towards achieving a globalized world was taken when the world powers conceived the Idea of ‘The League of Nations'. The journey, henceforth, to the formulation of a global platform under the aegis of United Nations had been a major achievement in this direction. The situations under which the General assembly and the Security Council were fashioned once have drastically changed and somewhere the present dexterity of the UN needs a fresh change to cope up with the changing scenario. The ..

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JeM chief Masood Azhar's video on the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya won't threaten the strong united India

Vocalising hate against India, terrorist Masood Azhar has released a tape issuing threats over building the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Adhering to his fundamentalism, the Pakistani terrorist has attempted to create a fake fear over the Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir dispute...

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Sabarimala is not a circus arena

I daresay, the non-spiritual lawyers hardly know about the “DNA of faith” and its significance in the pursuit of GOD. Faith, in fact, is a far “subtler” subject which can’t be touched, felt and analyzed with the hammer and tongs of court’s jurisprudence...

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HINDUTVA: SECULARISM OR COMMUNALISM

As 2019 approaches, Nehruvians and Left-liberals are ganging up to engage the educated mind in unproductive debates of islamophobia, Hindu militancy and to the extent of seeding young minds with fear of a imaginary Hindu Pakistan in the making at the behest of RSS and BJP. But, let us take this accusation of Hindu Pakistan further and for the sake of argument let us try to understand what this Hindu Pakistan would look like if anything of such kind ever could exist and before that let’s try to understand ..

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Stage set for 2nd World Hindu Congress, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat to grace mega event

The City of Chicago is all set to witness the much celebrated World Hindu Congress (WHC) beginning from September 7. During this three-day international convention, leaders from different walks of life will deliberate on the issues pertaining to the welfare of world’s largest community...

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Hinduism should not be viewed through the narrow prism of Marxism

Tarnishing the image of Hinduism is their main goal. Not unexpectedly, some stories even proclaim that in India “women” are thus demonized and their menstruation is abhorred...

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Maharashtra: "Pandharichi Wari" to resume from Dehu today

Maharashtra's 700 years old tradition, "Pandharichi Wari" in which devotees of Lord Vitthala called Varkari trace the route to Pandharpur. Wari for this year will resume from today. For this holy function Devotees from all over state gathers in Dehu and Alandi, the native places of Sant Tukaram Maharaj and Sant Dnyaneshvar Maharaj in Pune district and the procession starts for its final destination, Pandharpur...

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Amarnath Yatra suspended suspended due to heavy rains

Frequent disruptions caused by heavy rains have caused to suspend the Amarnath Yatra from Jammu. While the over 2,000 pilgrims who were stranded in Udhampur, left for the Pahalgam base camp this morning, a police officer said. ..

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Lord Kedarnath to open his sacred portals from April 29; PM Modi marks the date to seek darshan

Lord Kedarnath will open his sacred portals for his worshipers from April 29. During this ceremony of portal opening of Kedarnath, PM Narendra Modi will be present over there to perform puja of Baba Kedarnath. Information from this program has been received from Uttarakhand Government...

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Coming soon - Hindu is a Minority religion in India

Prophet of Secular minorytism, Siddaramaiah, has shown us Hindus the light. By making Lingayats a minority religion he has told us that the best way to save ourselves from vagaries of politicians and excesses under Article 30 and 93rd Amendment of Constitution on RTE is to become a minority...

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Hurry! Registration for Holy Kailash Manasarovar Yatra 2018 opened from 20 February

The Holy Kailash Manasarovar Yatra which commences during June to September each year. The Ministry of External Affairs has started its online registration process from 20 February and Last Date to apply is 23 March 2018...

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Maha Shivratri: A sacred day to walk towards new creation destructing all the evils

For every Hindus across the globe, one of the most sacred day falls today, on the day of auspicious Maha Shivratri. Lord Shiva, is not only a religious figure but also works as a spiritual guide for thousands of devotees inspiring them to destroy all the evils from the way and create a new world. Before the arrival of spring, the ‘great night of Shiva’ is celebrated every year...

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Sudarsan Pattnaik creates an exquisite Lord Shiva sculpture at Bhubaneswar airport

Sudarshan Pattnaik, without him, we could not know how many beautiful masterpieces can be made out of Sand. The artist who took Sand Art to a new height has created a new one showing respect to Lord Shiva. Among Hindus, it is believed that Shiva is a creator, transformer. So, this new art can be said a tribute from on creator to another...

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Beyond the imagination: Goddess Saraswati in different avatar and different abode

Spirituality or devotion is something which is based on one’s faith but religion is something which has connected each other in some ways. Same is the situation with the countries, they are only bordered with boundaries but the values, traditions are spread like air. Hindu deities are always imagined wearing dhoti, gold ornaments and if it is female goddess then a Saree, long hairs, full gold ornaments, but there are some nations who worship the same goddess but in a different form...

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Harvard teaching 'The Great Epics' Ramayana and Mahabharata

These great Sanskrit epics will be focus of the graduate level “Indian Religions Through Their Narrative Literatures: The Epics” class taught by Professor Anne E. Monius of Harvard Divinity School starting August 30...

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