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Except 'peeth' chiefs, no other sadhu can use 'Shankaracharya' in their names: All India Akhara Parishad

Except 'peeth' chiefs, no other sadhu can use 'Shankaracharya'...

After releasing list of fake sadhus and saints, the All-India Akahara Parishad has now tightened noose around self-styled Shankaracharays in the country by putting a ban on the use of the coveted title ‘Shankaracharya’ by them. The Akhara Parishad ... DNA, 1 week ago

President releases commemorative coins on Nabakalebar festival

President Ram Nath Kovind today released commemorative coins in denominations of Rs 10 and Rs 1000 on Lord Jagannath's Nabakalebar festival.The President, who is visiting Odisha, released the coins during the centenary celebration of Rastriya Sanskrit ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

Why Nepal may not supply 'Kasturi' to Jagannath Temple

Nepal's last King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev has said It may not be possible for his country to supply musk (Kasturi) to the Shree Jagannath Temple in Puri due to legal hurdles.     The last King, who was attending the silver jubilee of Pattabhisheka of Shankaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswati in Puri yesterday, said Kasturi was procured from the gland of the endangered musk deer and law had prohibited killing of the animal.    For this legal bar, Nepal may ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Nepal may not supply 'Kasturi' to Jagannath Temple: last King  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Ganga Sagar: Where 20 lakh people gathered for Makar Sankranti

Devotees from across India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh took a dip at the confluence of the Ganga and the Bay of Bengal. The Sagar Island or Sagardwip lies in the Ganga Delta.Photographs: PTI Photo.   With prayers on their lips, nearly 20 lakh devotees from across the country as well as from neighbouring Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh jostled for space since early hours today to take a dip in the holy water at Ganga Sagar, also known as 'Sagardwip'. Every year, on Makar Sankranti day, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Over 20 lakh devotees take holy dip on Makar Sankranti  Business Standard2 months ago
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