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Puri, India: Rickshaw Tour Photo Essay

Puri, India is one of the four most important holy cities in India (the other three being Badrinath, Dwarka and Rameswaram). Dating to the 3rd century BC, it is said to have been the earthly abode of Vishnu. 244 more words


Ananya's story (Chapter 23)

Ananya knew this was a wrong bet and she was just used like a spare, she cried her way back home. Gautam didn’t call her for the next five days and she was glad he didn’t as she could never refuse a drive, not stop him from what he was doing as she wanted it too and didn’t have the nerve to discuss as she thought it would end and the narrow chance of something happening would be ruled out. 518 more words



This place is by far the strangest place I have ever been to in my life. Not to say that it is bad, or good, or not worth seeing, or worth seeing… But if you read this… And you want to see it, then you’re welcome to draw your own conclusions. 460 more words

Lonely Planet

Another funny thing that took me back home

Today I’ll divert from my recent trend on discussing and opining on controversial topics and get back to my life. Although my true religious belief is agnosticism (we don’t know enough to decide), I am born a Hindu. 468 more words

The DAILY Word

Why Hinduism

For the spiritual growth of mankind.and for following reasons :

Only Religion of Peace and Science

Hinduism is only the religion of peace. It is the only religion which have scientific origination. 348 more words


Mindful awareness

Walking on the earth is a miracle. Each mindful step reveals the wondrous Dharmakaya.  This thought can be reinforced as we get out of bed and our feet touch the floor.  342 more words


2014-11-26 Day of the Covenant, Xīn Chǒu, Kūkolu, Śukla Chaturthi

November 26, 2014

Wednesday (Mercury day 4/7)

Day of the Covenant {Bahá’í}: The festival commemorates Baha’u’llah’s appointment of his eldest son, ‘Abdu’l-Baha, as the Center of His Covenant. 147 more words