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Shikhandi and other tales they don't tell you

In 2011 I had attended a talk by Devdutt Pattanaik at a Learning Conference in Mumbai. Till then I’d only heard that he had created a unique space by interpreting Hindu mythology for application to contemporary business. 403 more words


Book Review - The Guardians of the Halahala

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After the exciting thriller ‘The Karachi Deception’, Shatrujeet Nath is back with a completely different genre in the first book of his King Vikramaditya trilogy. 403 more words

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Surya : The Sun God

Indian culture lays great emphasis on worshiping the five gods. Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu and His incarnations, Lord

Ganesha, Ma Shakti and Surya (Sun-god). This article describes the Sun,in a human form rather than a divine being. 962 more words


Natraja The  Cosmic  Dancer

NATRAJA SHIVA  the Lord of Dance , the Cosmic Dancer

Shiva the King Of Dance…………

The. Generator , Operator and Destructor

Creator of harmony , bliss and balance… 1,228 more words


Hindu Mythology

I watched movies like “The Mummy” over the weekend, and it got me thinking.

Why is Hindu mythology, not shared with anyone outside India ? 20 more words


Music of life = Dance of life

The wise presocratic philosopher Heraclitus once said – All flows or Panta Rhei. Likewise daoist philosophers are of opinion that reality can be described as a flow of water. 767 more words


Leeby Geeby reblogged this on Shamagaia and commented:

What goes around comes around. The ancient experiential grasp of physics is reawakening in us today. In some senses it never really went away. Reblogged with many thanks to Arrow of Awareness.

O Maiyya Mori

(This is an attempt to translate the great Surdas classic – O Maiyya Mori. An attempt on request from a dear friend. Pardon my arrogance for even attempting this, so classic is the original. 334 more words