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About 19 results for "theosophical society of india"

Annie Besant From Atheist to Socialist to Theosophist

(Before It's News) Annie Besant, a writer, women's rights activist and supporter of Indian nationalism, was one of the most fascinating figures of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Her life was one of ferocious dedication to a ... Before It's News, 2 months ago

V K Krishna Menon; A Votary of Poorna Swaraj

Press Information Bureau Government of India Special Service and Features 14-August-2016 11:18 IST Heroes of Freedom Struggle-8 *Anna Mathews The Indian struggle for Independence has continually thrown up, over the course of ...
 Press Information Bureau1 month ago

Date with history: How a Bengaluru road was named after a free-thinking theosophist

Before it became MN Krishna Rao Park, the lung space in Basavanagudi was called Public Square owing to its shape.The North Public Square Road adjacent to it housed a pale, two-storied structure that seemed unassuming in the residential locality but ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

This Day in History (30-06-1395)

Today is Tuesday; 30th of the Iranian month of Shahrivar 1394 solar hijri; corresponding to 18th of the Islamic month of Zil-Hijjah 1437 lunar hijri; and September 20, 2016 of the Christian Gregorian Calendar. The 18th of Zil-Hijjah is a Great ...
 Pars Today5 days ago

Moving Paintings

If youve ever been outside at iftar time, you will know that uncanny silence, as if the world had emptied. Berlin-based artist Bani Abidi uses that moment, of a silent world, to show how Karachi has changed. In a series of photographs, Zoroastrians, ...
 The Friday Times2 weeks ago
Times of India

Kashi's history to be painted on its walls

VARANASI: The murals showcasing Bharat Milap episode of Ramayana, in which Lord Ram meets his brother during his 14-year exile and other such episodes from Ramayana at Nati Imli make for a colourful sight. As part of Union urban development ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Madras Week: Happy Birthday!

Raising a toast to the city, 377 years after it was founded, is at once a tribute and a promise. It is a celebration of its manifold facets and a firm resolution to ensure that this glorious heritage is retained and built upon in a rapidly changing ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago HAPPY BIRTHDAY!  The Hindu1 month ago

Madras Week: City of many firsts and frozen moments

A key hub of administration, commerce and education for over three centuries, Chennai has many a story to be proud of. In our continuing coverage, we look at some of these landmark moments as well as how they continue to influence us to this day. ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

BJP seeks NIA probe into sedition by Amnesty

Wednesday held a protest in Bengaluru and also across the State against Amnesty International for organising an event on broken families of Kashmir on August 13 where in few persons have allegedly raised anti India slogans at Theosophical Society in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Planet X Nibiru and The Lemurian Connection

(Before It's News) Behold the day is coming, burning like an oven and all the proud, yes, all who do wickedly will be stubble. And the day which is coming shall burn them up. Says the Lord of Hosts… But to you who fear My Name the SUN OF ...
 Before It's News1 month ago
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