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Ahilya's Agony: Created by Brahma, Cheated by Indra and Cursed...

Ahilya, who was created by Lord Brahma, was one of the most beautiful women of Hindu mythology. Her life story is popularly known to be full of sufferings right from the time she got married to Sage Gautam, who was much older than she was. It was ... Daily Bhaskar, 2 weeks ago

No fear of death

In his Kandar Alankaram, Saint Arunagirinathar says that he will never fear death, for he has worshipped Lord Shanmukha's spear and His peacock, said R. Narayanan in a discourse. Lord Shanmukha is the One who saved Indra, the chief of the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Did You Know Lord Ganesha had a Female Form Too? Read More

In Hinduism, every divine being has the male as well as the female form. For instance, Lord Vishnu's female avatar is known as Vaishnavi, Lord Indra's avatar is Indrani, Lord Brahma's avatar is Brahmini and so on. Similarly, according to the Matsaya ...
 Daily Bhaskar2 months ago

10 Facts you should know about Lord Hanuman

05:03 pm The Hindu festival of Hanuman Jayanti, is just around the corner. Lord Hanuman is one of the most important and revered Gods in Hinduism. He is recognised as an epitome of devotion, faith, valour and selfless love (this selfless service for ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Hanuman Jayanti 2016: Who is the Hindu monkey god and why do Indians celebrate him?  International Business Times UK1 month ago

Man gets 15 years for killing brother

A man who believed he did the Lord's work when he killed his little brother was yesterday sentenced to 15 years imprisonment. Wenzell Knowles, 23, who was originally charged with murder in connection with the December 20, 2012 stabbing death of ...
 Nassau Guardian2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror

Pilgrim nation: Nathdwara God in the Haveli

To devotees, Shrinathji at Nathdwara is the swayambhu (self created) and swarupa (self image, not representation) of the seven-year old Krishna. Ever since the British came to India, there has been a terrible need to explain Hinduism using ...
 Mumbai Mirror34 minutes ago Nathdwara God in the Haveli  Pune Mirror1 hour ago

Nathdwara God in the Haveli

Ever since the British came to India, there has been a terrible need to explain Hinduism using homogenous terms. Take Krishna for example. Academics want to see him as a single entity whose story is clearly told in a book called Bhagavata Purana, as ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com2 hours ago

Judicial interference in Parliament 'should only occur when all avenues exhausted'

- by Marcus Garvey By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter [emailprotected] A JUDGE was told on Friday that judicial interference in the internal affairs of Parliament should only occur when all other avenues have been exhausted where ...
 Link2421 day ago

Agni's problem

Krishna and Arjuna went to the Khandava forest to spend a few days there in relaxation. But Krishna had a reason for going there, said V.S. Karunakarachariar in a discourse. The forest had become the abode of all kinds of undesirable elements and ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

Indeed, not infallible

A S part of its golden jubilee celebration, the Supreme Court brought out a book, Supreme But Not Infallible — a collection of essays contributed by eminent persons. Whenever the court pronounces an unacceptable judgment, the words of David ...
 Chandigarh Tribune6 days ago
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