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The Sun and The soul 

Sun is the bright light to shine the path of life. Zodiac sign starts from Aries not because its ruler is Mars but because the Sun gets exalted here. 281 more words

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The Ramayana Connection: Sri Lanka

The Sanskrit epic Rāmāyana is perhaps the most depicted epic in the world today. Some of the most exotic historic sites in India and the rest of the east, such as the  Ellora caves, Mahāvalipuram,  Cambodian temples, and several other places in Thailand portray Rāmāyana scenes and characters in their sculptures and paintings.  947 more words

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About Risen of Earth

This title is based on a story I read in early childhood and which later motivated me to be an adventure prepper survival enthusiast.

जिस कहानी ने बालपन में हमे प्रभावित किया एक साहसी अन्वेषी, सजग जिजीविषा लिए तत्पर व्यक्ति के रूप में ढलने को, मेरे ब्लॉग का नाम उसी कहानी से प्रेरित है। 357 more words

Evolution of Hinduism

Hinduism, one of the oldest religions in the world is spanned by multitude of gods and goddesses. Shrouded by thousands of mythologies these gods evolved in to thousands of regional gods all over the Indian contiment with specific attributes. 360 more words

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Durga as an Inspiration to Hindu Art & Sculpture

Durga is a representative of female power in Hinduism and is also identified by the Hindus as Adi Parashakti, Devi, Shakti, Bhavani, Parvati and numerous other female forms. 243 more words

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Hinduism through Hindu Art

Shiva and Parvati are primordial powers of the world demonstrating gender as the basic of human life. The Lingam representing male force, and Yoni, the female power are both the concept of love and procreation taking their roots in Indus culture of the proto-Dravidians or Pre-Aryans. 338 more words

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The Ramayana Connection, Sri Lanka

The Sanskrit epic Rāmāyana is perhaps the most depicted epic in the world today. Some of the most exotic historic sites in India and the rest of the east, such as the  Ellora caves, Mahāvalipuram,  Cambodian temples, and several other places in Thailand portray Rāmāyana scenes and characters in their sculptures and paintings.  963 more words

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