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When Mukunda Lal Ghosh, who had spent most of his life in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, stepped aboard the ship City of Sparta in the early 20s as India's delegate to an International Congress of Religious Liberals in Boston, little did he know that his ... Yahoo! India, 2 weeks ago

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International Yoga Day: The man who made yoga popular in the West

By mid-day online correspondent | Posted 42 minutes ago Narendra Modi might have got International Yoga Day recognised by the United Nations but it was Paramhansa Yogananda, who should be given actual credit for imbibing yoga and meditation ...
 Mid Day3 days ago Yogananda: Man who taught yoga to Mahatma died with India on his lips  Hindustan Times4 days ago Man who popularised yoga in America died with India on his lips  Yahoo! India4 days ago Paramahansa Yogananda, Who Popularized Yoga in America, Died With the Word India on His Lips  India-West4 days ago
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Awake: A new film tells the extraordinary tale of a superstar guru

It was 1920. A young yogi with flowing hair landed on America's shores, as a delegate to the International Congress of Liberals in Boston. A century ago, India was very much the land of mystical hocus-pocus and half-naked fakirs for Americans. But ...
 Hindustan Times6 days ago THE EXTRAORDINARY TALE OF A 'SUPERSTAR GURU'  HT Syndication5 days ago
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The queens of yesteryear

Female impersonation as a genre in stage performances has a long history in India. Today, that tradition is all but dead but its contribution to the field of performing art cannot be ignored, says Shoma A. Chatterji Young people of the present ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Queens of yesteryear

Young people today enjoying a play or a dance drama would find it ridiculous if a male were dressed and acted as a woman, but this was widely prevalent earlier if youd care to look back on the history of India's performing arts. The presence of ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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