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Book Review: Shatru (Kronikles Book-1) by Vadhan

With sudden spate of mythology based fiction in Indian literary market, the reader is often perplexed about which one to pick from the wide range of options available. 549 more words

Book Reviews

About the ungodlike Abrahamic god - Michel Danino

“I find it highly symbolic that Judaism should have been born in blood and fear, not out of love for its founding deity. As Sri Aurobindo put it, “The Jew invented the God-fearing man; India the God-knower and God-lover.” It probably took centuries for the old cults to disappear altogether, and a stream of prophets who sought to strike terror into the hearts of the Israelites. 2,040 more words


The Temple Elephants of Thekkampatti

Report Saesha Nadar

I am happy to report some wonderful news from Thekkampatti. On the banks of the Bhavani river near Mettupalayam a rejuvenation camp for temple elephants has been inaugurated. 330 more words


Paths are many, the Rishi’s call it by many names

One of the most common quotes I hear from Hindu’s is that we are all one, all the religions teach the same thing, and there is no difference between Hinduism and other religions. 1,458 more words

Understanding Hinduism

Chief Trouble Invitor

It’s been two days since he was last seen. He should have returned back now. I just hope he didn’t go too deep in the forest. 111 more words

Flash Fiction

The Churning Of The Ocean

Hello mortals! I’m back. Who am I? Of course, I’m your one and only, ‘The Fourth God‘.

Sometimes I feel sad for you people. 1,449 more words


The curious story of how a corpse confirms the wisdom of the Buddha

There are different accounts about the precise details of what occurred on the night that the Buddha achieved Nibbana One prominent description recounts the Buddha’s Nibbana in terms of the realisation of three special knowledges ( 1,026 more words