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Will build Ram temple without your help: Hindu leaders tell govt

Ram's birthplace Ayodhya is in Pakistan, says book

Ayodhya, the birthplace of Hindu warrior-god Ram, is in Pakistan, claims a book by a top Muslim leader. Ayodhya in Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh is not the original city by the same name as it was inhabited by human beings only in 7th century BC while ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
major earth quakes in last 10 yrs Siasat Daily, 1 week ago

Remembering a godly CM; Ramayana age from this N'kalebar!

ine morning in 1956, Naba Krushna Choudhury with only one zinc trunk loaded with used and torn clothes and some personal effects, boarded the Puri-Talcher Passenger to get back to the Baji Rout Ashram in Angul which was his workplace run by wife ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Epoch Times

Is This a 1.7-Million-Year-Old Man-Made Bridge?

The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In "Beyond Science" Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You ...
 Epoch Times3 days ago
Bangalore Mirror

What's your beef, Mr Naqvi?

By: Gauri Lankesh Union Minister Mr Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has ordered all beef-missing souls to take a hike to Pakistan. Inherent in his statement is the widely held belief that, in India, only Muslims eat beef, that the practice of eating beef ...
 Bangalore Mirror4 days ago

Write a Will to keep family peaceful and happy

The disputes in Indian families are growing over property distribution due to the absence of a sound succession planning. Indians believe that at some point of time when they will get older they will discuss this with their legal heirs informally ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Subhapradam attracts kids from minority communities too

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Students participating in Subhapradam programme in Karimnagar on Tuesday.-Photo: By arrangement. They want to learn about the values stated in Ramayana, Mahabharat and Bhagvata Gita Setting an example of ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Tourism in medieval South India a highly-developed activity, says AMU historian

Tourism was a highly-developed economic and cultural activity in South India during the medieval period with even people from Kashmir in the far north ventured deep into the region to support temples and cultural activities, an expert in the field ...
 IBNLive India News1 week ago

War of words over history

Nearly a week after the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) decided to dis band the editorial board and advisory committee of its journal Historical Review, historian Romila Thapar - she was part of the advisory committee - said it was a ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

Moheshkhali's Adinath: A prayer for Nepal

Unique among Bangladeshi islands for its hilly terrain, Moheshkhali in Cox's Bazar is assumed to have separated from the mainland some centuries ago. It is recorded that Moheshkhali Channel, dividing island from mainland, first arose in 1559 as the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago

How the past saw its past

Comment · print · T T T+· T- THE PAST BEFORE US. ROMILA THAPAR. TOPICS Investigating historiography is a rigorous discipline that requires, as a first step, discovering how societies record and authenticate their past. This ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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