Blog Posts - Hinduism



Happy Shivratri 2015 Wishes, Greetings Picture with Messages

“Shiv Ki Mahima Aparampar Shiv Karte Sabka Udhar, Unki Kripa Aap Par Sada Bani Rahe, Or Bhole Shankar Aapky Jeevan Me Khushi Hi Khushi Bhar Dy…!!!” “Happy Shivaratri…!!!”The post Happy Shivratri 2015 Wishes, Greeti...
by Amritsar Temples Photo Gallery on Jan 28, 2015

Did you know Hinduism in Malaysia.

Most Hindus in Malaysia is concentrated in the region of Peninsular Malaysia. Countries in Malaysia with the highest adherents cent in Malaysia, beradarkan cringing in 2010 was Negeri Sembilan (13.4%), followed by Selangor (11.6%), Silver, (10.9%), P...
by www.Primo.com on Jan 17, 2015

The Big Question Of Vedic Planes and Modern Arrogance!

The latest controversy, or discussion topic : Ancient Indian advances, sciences... and the attendant noise around it is giving rise to claims and counter claims of various and sundry theories on either side; which is sad, since this is only taking th...
by Reflections on Jan 16, 2015

PK, The Movie : One Of The Best...

\PK : A Movie Ahead Of Its Time;A Movie That Is A Very Vital And Current Need!I dont normally review movies; my blog does not lend itself to such an activity, given its positioning as one that asks some tough questions to Indians. I am making an exce...
by Reflections on Jan 1, 2015

Book Review - Vishnu's Crowded Temple

VISHNU'S CROWDED TEMPLE : INDIA SINCE THE GREAT REBELLIONBY MARIA MISRAA treatise on Casteism, Religion and Political Inteplay from 1857; A look at how Caste was shaped by The British RajThis is a book that belongs in your collection, its weaknesses...
by Reflections on Dec 12, 2014

Look Out! Look Out! Karma Is Coming to To Get You!

Not sure where I'm going with this post but I have been thinking a lot about karma recently. At the present time it's something I believe in, as it answers so many questions. Things such as: Why are some people lucky and others unlucky? Why do some p...

Gods & Goddesses in Hinduism

Gods & Goddesses in Hinduism The Basics of Hinduism Hinduism is generally associated with a multiplicity of Gods, and does not advocate the worship of one particular deity. The gods and goddesses of Hinduism amount to thousands or even millions,...
by nakbalibelog on Dec 10, 2014

Secularism : Modern India and Pseudo-Secularism

This is the second and concluding part of the article series on Secularism. The first part can be found here : SecularismIn the first part, we have seen the development of the two principal communities : Hindus and Muslims, albeit in a shortened...
by Reflections on Dec 4, 2014

Secularism... The Historical Perspective

There is a very interesting narrative, or a series of questions that are being raised in some random media articles and social media updates : that of secularism in India, and how the appeasement of minorities is a signal that we are not really secul...
by Reflections on Dec 3, 2014

Concept of Sacrifice in different Religions

Sacrifice is the offering of food, objects or the lives of animals to a higher purpose, in particular divine beings, as an act of propitiation or worship. While sacrifice often implies ritual killing, the term offering (Latin oblatio) can be used for...
by Finding Neverland on Nov 21, 2014

art focus – music and goddess – ranjit makkuni (sacred world)

Chants, ragas, notes and sweet melodies from wind, percussion and string instruments play almost simultaneously inside the vast interiors of the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai. But it is not cacophonic. Rather there is harmony in the eclectic...

art focus – music and goddess – ranjit makkuni (sacred world)

Chants, ragas, notes and sweet melodies from wind, percussion and string instruments play almost simultaneously inside the vast interiors of the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai. But it is not cacophonic. Rather there is harmony in the eclectic...

Do We Really Want Change - 3: The Hard Reality

This is the 3rd part of the articles : 1) Do We Really Want Change2) Our Cultural History Of ToleranceIn the first part, we looked at our gullibility, and our tendency fawning & hero-worship of personalities, juxtaposed against our...
by Reflections on Oct 28, 2014

Wandering in Angkor

I’m looking down a seemingly unending chasm of steep, stone steps. Patterns of ruts appear in expected places, footprints… The post Wandering in Angkor appeared first on Marie Away.
by Marie Away on Oct 25, 2014

Diwali celebrations in Sindh and other regions of Pakistan

On the left is the official message by Government of Sindh, Pakistan in the leading newspaper 'Dawn'.It wishes 'Happy Diwali' to all, along with the catchline, 'Diwali ki raat, Khushiyo.n ki barsaat'.The advertisement carries photographs of PPP leade...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Oct 23, 2014

A Different Diwali Greeting...

राष्ट्र-लक्ष्मी की वंदना करते हुएक्यों न मनाएं दीप पर्व कुछ इस रूप में,संस्कार की रंगोली सजे,&n...
by Reflections on Oct 23, 2014

Diwali celebrations in Sindh and other regions of Pakistan

On the left is the official message by Government of Sindh, Pakistan in the leading newspaper 'Dawn'.It wishes 'Happy Diwali' to all, along with the catchline, 'Diwali ki raat, Khushiyo.n ki barsaat'.The advertisement carries photographs of PPP leade...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Oct 23, 2014

The Forgotten Half: Women of the British Empire

The European continent is home to one of the richest and most diverse cultures in world history.  It has been at the forefront of tremendous change and influence that has both blessed and cursed millions throughout the world.  One...
by Corazon's Corner on Oct 18, 2014

Reality Series - 3 : Do We Really Want Change {Part 1}?

Do we, as a nation and as a people, do we really want positive change? Do we Indians really want to tackle the ills that plague our society, our polity; thereby creating an even more vibrant and forward looking society than we currently have? And do...
by Reflections on Oct 4, 2014

Happy Dussehra!

In mythology,Ravana is the son of a Brahmin father, the great sage Vishrava or Vesamuni and a Kshatriya mother, the Daitya rakshasa princess Kaikesi. His grandfather, the sage Pulastya, was one of the ten Prajapatis or mind-born sons of Brahma and...
by Wealthymatters on Oct 3, 2014


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