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Things We Ought Not Be Doing- 2

I left out sorcery last time from verse 10. The way it sounds is more like a witch what with spells and incantations. Then you think about witches potions. 101 more words


The Destroyer God

Shiva is the destroyer, he is the personification of tamas. Ignoring his basic role of being a destroyer, he somehow managed to make people fall in love with him and make them go crazy. 105 more words


A Closer Look Fall '18

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#148- Mahjong  for Beginners
Linda McClave

Date:  Tuesdays, October 9,16,23                Time: 11 AM Cost: $15

Local Mahjong players will teach the basics of this classic, enjoyable game.   136 more words

धार्मिक आयोजनों के नाम पर अराजकता फैलाकर हिंदुत्व को बदनाम करना बंद करो।

पिछले हफ्ते, श्रावण महीने की महाशिवरात्री के अवसर पर विभिन्न संगठनों द्वारा आयोजित कावड़ यात्रा के दौरान कुछ अराजक घटनाएं हुई हैं। मैंने उन वीडियो को देखा है जहां कुछ असामाजिक मानसिकता के लोग इस पवित्र यात्रा के दौरान अराजकता फैलाने की कोशिश कर रहे थे। इन पवित्र घटनाओं और यात्राओं में इन अराजकतावादियों को भाग लेने की अनुमति नहीं दी जानी चाहिए। अब सवाल यह है कि इन घटनाओं में भाग लेने से इन घटिया लोगों को कौन रोकेगा ?


Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam 101: Religion on the Rebound, Religion on the Run...

All three major international religions have carried their original premises to ridiculous extremes, along with their adherents, whether cause or effect, those original premises all quite similar, and compatible, variations on the themes of love, righteousness, and perseverance, each with a different focus, Christianity on the love, Islam on the righteousness, and Buddhism on the perseverance… 939 more words

Don’t defame Hinduism by creating chaos on the name of religious events.

Last week, there have been few chaotic incidents during the “Kaawad Yatra” held by different societies on the occasion of “Mahashivratri” in Shraavan month. I have seen the videos where few antisocial elements were trying to spread anarchy during this holy journey. 350 more words



In India, the word ‘Puri’ can mean two things – a dish that we eat and the city of Lord Jagannath. The former is however known as ‘lucchi’ in Odia and Bengali. 1,214 more words