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Temples bedecked with lights & flowers for Mahashivratri

Devotees throng shivalas to celebrate the wedding of Lord Shiva with Parvati, an avatar of his first consort Sati Times of India, 2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Marks of history: Memorial stones of Sati dot parts of Thar

A memorial stone depicting man riding on a horse of a likely royal figure whose wife committed self-immolation, in Tharparkar. PHOTO: SHAHZEB AHMED/EXPRESS MITHI: The women who immolated themselves near the funeral pyres of their husbands remain ...
 The Express Tribune3 hours ago

The Night of Enlightenment

Vijay Wali On the thirteenth dark night of Phaguna, falls the auspicious occasion of the Great Night of Shiva Maha Shiv Ratri. Shiv Ratri has great religious significance for Hindus and is celebrated throughout India with great religious giety ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago
India TV

TV couple Mouni Roy-Mohit Raina spotted on a date!

: Mouni Roy and Mohit Raina were spotted off lately while catching the screening of a movie in Mumbai. Photos by: Vinod Singh One of the popular TV couples looked ecstatic but visibly went conscious as they realized the photogs. While Mouni seemed ...
 India TV2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

13th century memorials discovered at Kollur

A typical hero stone has been discovered 5 km from Kollur Mookambika Temple by Murlidhar Hegde, a junior engineer of the temple. This discovery is significant for the cultural history and antiquity of Kollur, said professor T Murugeshi, an ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago

Spirit of Rajasthan: No one celebrates on parched land

Teej Festival of Tharparkar cancelled this year. PHOTO: DISCOVEREDINDIA MITHI: Thar has lost its spirit to celebrate. This year, women will not be wearing their green ghagras and performing the Rajasthani ghoomar dance to welcome the rains, as ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
Indian News Link

Revered teacher, temple patron

Raman Perumpillil Marar, who migrated to Australia about five decades ago from Cheranalloor in Kerela, was very well respected in both the Indian and wider Australian communities. He passed away on 31/01/15 at Monash Hospital, Clayton, due to ill ...
 Indian News Link4 weeks ago

A contemporary twist to Kalidasa's epic drama

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Sadanam Harikumar says some of the old Kathakali versions of Kumarasambhavam have lost relevance. Kalidasa's epic Sanskrit work Kumarasambhavam may have influenced Malayalam art and literature, but it had ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

A first lady getting the second-class treatment

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama wave as they pose with India's President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi President Barack Obama's recent trip to India raised questions about the wife of Prime Minister ...
 Bdnews24.com1 month ago Where is Indian PM Modi's wife?  BizNews.com1 month ago Meet a first lady who is clearly getting the second-class treatment  Reuters1 month ago

Rarest of rare deeds papers on display

Statesman news service Kolkata, 22 January A very rare letter written by Lord William Bentinck and another deed drafted by Taraknath Palit to lease out Rabindranath Tagore's share of Jarsanko house to raise money for Visvabharati were amongst ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Rarest of rare deeds on display  The Statesman1 month ago
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