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Holy festivities: Raksha Bandhan to be celebrated today
The Express Tribune

Holy festivities: Raksha Bandhan to be celebrated today

The festiv­al is traced back to the Hindu tradit­ion where Goddes­s Laxmi, wife of Lord Vishnu, tied a rakhi to King Bali The main celebrations in the city will take place at the Laxmi Narayan Mandir near Native Jetty ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

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Buzzle.com, 1 month ago

We call our sound Local Laxmi Bomb

The Mumbai-based electro-pop band, Laxmi Bomb, has had an eventful first year. After releasing their first EP — called H(Om) — earlier this year, the four-member ensemble is already out with their second — MahBharat. We talk to the vocalist, ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago We call our sound Local: Laxmi Bomb  Hindustan Times2 days ago

Idol makers of Kumartuli

The narrow lanes of Kumartuli are where Kolkata’s favourite goddess is born each year. Ranjita Biswas revisits the abode of artists who make Durga Puja, the city’s biggest festival, possible... The monsoon rain is still in form but ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Kathmandu Post

Are women in safe hands?

AUG 21 - Hindu religion has many goddesses. The majority of the major festivals of Nepal are linked to female goddesses. Dashain is related to Durga, Tihar to Laxmi, Saraswati Puja to Goddess Saraswati and so on. Then, why is it that women are ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago

THE ONENESS FAMILY - PART II

JAI MAA BHAGVATI DHARI KALIKA Maa Kali.The Rockstar of All Goddesses. Look at Her and you will see pure Primordial Energy. Baba Sai calls Her, The Warrior Goddess. She doesn't care too much for subtle stuff & is in your face. No bullshit with Her.
 Speaking Tree2 months ago

Marble marvel

The Mahalaxmi Mandir at Sarasbaug is being spruced up for the upcoming Navratri. But it attracts devotees all round the year, finds out Vrunda Juwale Many Indian temples have interesting stories behind their existence. Mahalaxmi Mandir at ...
 Sakaal Times23 hours ago
Odisha Samaya

PRESENTING THE SPIRIT OF ODISSI AND RHYTHMIC VARIATIONS OF VIOLIN PLAY AT GKCM AWARD FESTIVAL

2014-09-08 Report;Bureau,Odishabarta BHUBANESWAR (07.09.2014): It was the third-day evening of GKCM Award Festival organised by Srjan which showcased Odissi dance by noted Odissi dancer Daksha Mashruwala and Violin play by renowned violin player Deepak ...
 Orissabarta1 week ago Srijan organises GKCM festival  The Statesman1 week ago Odissi and violin mesmerize audience in day 3 of GKCM award  Odisha Samaya2 weeks ago

Mother Mary - The Kundalini Shakti

Jesus, The Son of God, came through mother Mary. As the Mother was chosen to bring The Lord's Son to mankind and all of creation, similarly, without The Mother it would virtually be impossible to reach Jesus The Christ. Immaculate conception or ...
 Speaking Tree2 weeks ago
Rediff.com

'Professor' Modi engages university students in Tokyo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday sought to address concerns of international community over India not signing the non-proliferation treaty by saying that the country's commitment to peace and non-violence is engrained in the "DNA of Indian society" which is above any international treaty or processes."India is a land of Lord Buddha. Buddha lived for peace and suffered for peace and that message is prevalent in India," Modi said at Sacred Heart University in Tokyo while replying to a ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi visits Tokyo's Sacred Heart University, meets New Komeito leader  DNA India2 weeks ago DNA of non-violence ingrained in our society: PM Modi on why India not signing NPT  Times of India2 weeks ago DNA of non-violence engrained in our society: Modi  India Today2 weeks ago
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Researching on religion

Prasheel Anand Banpur Hyderabad: Prasheel Anand Banpur, a PhD student of University of Hyderabad (UoH), wrote a research paper on a topic that not only angered his family but also had institutions running a mile away when he approached them for ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
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