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Thai temple brings Buddhist hell to life (AAP)

, 8:01 am Less than two hours outside the Thai capital, a monastery has brought visions of "Naraka", a term used in Buddhism to describe a realm similar to hell or purgatory, into the land of the living. Like other monasteries, Wang Saen Suk ... Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago

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Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, 1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Urban Legend: Behind the scenes - The Karaga carrier

Legend has it that during the last days of the Pandavas of Mahabharata, when they were shown a glimpse of naraka (hell), they saw that one last Asura (demon) was still alive and had to be slain. Draupadi, the Pandavas wife, takes the form of Shakti ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

A worthy adventure

Colouring is not a child's play, it never was! For decades, colouring books has been confined to school children and few adults have taken keen interest in this hobby. Bringing one to light is a series of colouring books for adults published by ...
 The Statesman4 days ago

I am an untrained actor

He never sang and danced around his heroines, yet Anant Nag wore every role with élan Anant Nag is the kind of actor who can play a classical singer in Hamsageethe as effortlessly as the mischievous muni in Narada Vijaya , without compromising ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Colouring the roots

ooks for adults are a growing urban trend. Merging Persian, Central Asian and indigenous Indian styles, some bring Mughal miniatures alive, while some others retell the most dramatic moments of the Hindu epics Recent studies in the fields of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Speaking Tree

The three expressions of Ego

Ahaḿkára The ahaḿkára [pride] that creeps into a person due to the acquisition of jiṋána has very serious repercussions in human life. It can lead to the complete downfall of the individual. Ahaḿkára falls into three basic types, ...
 Speaking Tree1 month ago

BRIEF-Mondo TV sells 50 pct of exploitation rights in two TV series to New Information Tech

May 23 Mondo TV SpA : * Executed an agreement with New Information Tech for acquisition by latter of 50 percent of exploitation rights of Final Fight and Naraka series * Agreement for acquisition of 50 percent rights to Final Fight and ...
 Reuters UK1 month ago Mondo TV sells 50 pct of exploitation rights in two TV series to New Information Tech  Reuters UK1 month ago

The battle between faith and culture isnt new. Heres how Akbar reconciled them

The Mughal dynasty that ruled the Indian subcontinent in the 16th and 17th centuries left behind a great legacy of architecture, literature and cuisine. But theyve often been accused of consolidating their empire by destroying temples, killing Hindus and ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago


PILGRIM NATION █ KAMAKHYA #25 At a time when any public discussion of genitalia evokes shame, goddess Kamakhya celebrates a woman's fertility and desire The temple at Kamakhya, Assam, was built in the 17th century by the kings of Cooch Behar.
 Pune Mirror2 months ago Pilgrim nation: Worshipping the womb  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago

Worshipping the womb

The temple at Kamakhya, Assam, was built in the 17th century by the kings of Cooch Bihar. But the deity within is an ancient one, a Tantrik goddess predating Vedic culture some say, or even older, a goddess of the local Khasi and Garo tribes. But ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com2 months ago
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