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Tanah Lot: Temple protected by snakes, ‘floats on water’

The origins of Tanah Lot can be traced back to the 16th century, credited to the Hindu priest Dang Hyang Nirartha who hit upon the spot while travelling

RSS urges final-year volunteers to work on consolidating Hindus

The training programme in RSS consists of three stages, with Nagpur hosting the final camp where this appeal was made by the organisation's mentors

Pakistani Hindus who finally feel at home

These Pakistani Hindus have been living in ramshackle huts in a neighbourhood dotted and lined with dirt paths, small temples, cattle and unkempt children

Anees given exemplary punishment for love jihad

Mohammad Anees Ahmed deceived a Dalit woman from Mangolpuri, Delhi, by posing as a Hindu man named Akash in order to initiate a relationship with her

Thumb worshipped instead of linga at this Shiva temple

There is a deep ditch in the middle of the statue of Arbud Naag in the garbhagriha of the Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple, inside which Shiva's thumb is worshipped

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Bellur in Karnataka tense as mob attacks Hindu youths

Several residents of Bellur, including women, organised a protest outside the local police station, demanding strict action against the perpetrators

California sees more hate crimes against Hindus than Islamophobic incidents

After Indian-American politicians raised the issue of Hinduphobia in the US, the state introduced the California vs Hate initiative in 2023, but it didn't help much

Tanah Lot: Temple protected by snakes, ‘floats on water’

The origins of Tanah Lot can be traced back to the 16th century, credited to the Hindu priest Dang Hyang Nirartha who hit upon the spot while travelling

RSS urges final-year volunteers to work on consolidating Hindus

The training programme in RSS consists of three stages, with Nagpur hosting the final camp where this appeal was made by the organisation's mentors
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