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Rajarshi Nandy

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Tantra upasaka Rajarshi Nandy was professionally a technical writer for a few years after which he gave up worldly pursuits for his sadhana

Ekajata (एकजटा): Fiercest form of Shakti

Ekajaṭī or Ekajata (Sanskrit: “one plait woman”; one who has one knot of hair), also known as Māhacīnatārā, originated in Tibet and later found...

Vipassana Can’t Lead To Nibbana

I tried a 10-day vipassana course recently during my yearly spiritual breaks. Having heard many conflicting opinions about the meditation programme, I decided to...

Beef advocacy blocks Mamata’s Jagannath Puri visit

Puri: A controversy erupted over West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress head Mamata Banerjee’s Puri darshan plans when the Sebayit Committee of the...

Dhulagarh witnessed Hindu-Muslim riot, say locals

Dhulagarh: Communal riots broke out between Hindus and Muslims in Dhulagarh area on 13 December, about 28 km from West Bengal capital Kolkata. In the...

Internationalism For Enlightened Few, Nationalism For All

There is a prevailing concept among certain sections of pop-spiritualists, like in this article that the idea of patriotism or nationalism is contrary to...

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Nupur Sharma to Rahul Gandhi: If Hindus are violent, why do I need round-the-clock protection?

Nupur Sharma referred to the recent speech by Congress's Rahul Gandhi in the parliament where he said those who call themselves Hindu are violent all the time

Mukesh Khanna takes exception to Kalki 2898 AD

Mukesh Khanna wants every Hindu to be offended by the liberties the filmmaker took with the Mahabharata, comparing the situation to Adipurush

Keir Starmer wooed British Hindus: How & why

Ahead of the polls, Keir Starmer said, 'There is absolutely no place for Hinduphobia in Britain' and that Labour would 'build a new strategic partnership with India'

Why Gupt Navratri is observed, how, when and by whom

Adhering to the rituals associated with Gupt Navratri, as mentioned in Devi Bhagavata Purana, is believed to bring wealth, prosperity, and happiness into one's life
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