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Divine entities meet here

A visit to Brahmeshvara Temple in Mandya district evokes a different feeling – spiritual. While the famous Hoysala temples of Belur, Halebid or Somanathapur draw attention for their sculptural glory, the less popular Brahmeshvara in the small ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
The Hindu

Of bhakti and bhava

Akhila Kovvuri, an 18-year-old disciple of guru Hemamalini Arni gave a Bharatanatyam performance last week at Telugu University Auditorium under the aegis of Ananda Priya foundation. Akhila, with her agile figure and wide eyes, could come out with ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Maha Kumbabhishekam at Sri Narayani Temple Today

VELLORE: The six-day-long celebrations associated with the Maha Kumbabhishekam of Sri Narayani Temple in Thirumalaikkodi is set to commence from Friday. The celebrations will culminate on July 9 with the consecration of the temple Vimanam and the ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple unveils a new look  Asiaone1 month ago

Take a look at Kallara, the knowledge town

 Kottayam: Kallara, a small town 20 km northwest of Kottayam, is now known as an educational centre for its number of established schools and the Sree Saradavilasini Temple, the reigning deity of which is the goddess of knowledge, Saraswathi. But Kallara is ...
 Deccan chronicle4 weeks ago

The soul of modern India

by Gwen Herat Art connoisseurs believe that Raja Ravi Varma is the most celebrated painter of modern India. He was born in 1848 and died in 1906. He dazzled the art world long enough to trap in his modern outlook while retaing the very essence ...
 Sunday Observer4 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Cops blast 36L SMSes to thwart rumours

Pune murder and Maharashtra polls force Northern Range police to be proactive and foil attempts to trigger communal violence It is perhaps the largest text-blast done by a law enforcement agency in the country so far. A whopping 36 lakh SMSes have ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Idle banter about idol worship

Should one condemn idol worship which offers an emotional crutch to many, simply because one does not believe in it? Prof M M Kalburgi (in pic), scholar, writer, thinker and former vice chancellor of Hampi Kannada University, has stirred the ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago

Liberation is to attain a state of total peace

CHENNAI: Suta said, On the beautiful summit of Mount Kailasa, Parvati, having bowed with reverence to Lord Shiva, who is the master of uniting one with devotion asked: O Lord, by which path can an embodied soul become one with the Brahman, the ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Where wishes are granted

Faith and YOU: The Nimishamba Temple is associated with divinity, belief and miracles, writes K Karunakaran Tucked away amidst the idyllic rural backdrop, about two km away from Srirangapatna, lies Ganjam, a tiny village located on the banks of the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Dazzling Repertoire and the Purest Expression of Joy

BANGALORE: There are undeniable pleasures in encountering the work of artistes who are sincere to their medium and honest in displaying their outstanding talents. And as one of the great journeys of discovery in vocal music is observing the ways in ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
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