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Ashtottaram 28: OṀ SAMPRADĀYABHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Devakinanda Pasupuleti, MD Ashtottaram 28 28) OṀ SAMPRADĀYABHŨMYAI NAMAH:                   OṀ (AUM) -SUM-PRA-DAA-YA-BHOO-MYAI— NA-MA-HA ॐ सम्प्रदायभूम्यै नमः (Sampradāya:-That which is given or handed over, in succession, tradition).  Sampradaya is a...

9 Traditional Indian Folk Theatre Forms that You Need to Know

BY NEHA HEGDE The folk or traditional arts of India have been used for moral, religious, and socio-political purposes from ancient times. It must also...

Kolkata’s Customary Durga Puja to Restrict Visitors

Durga Puja celebrations in Kolkata's traditional aristocratic families has been a major attraction over the years for thousands of pandal-hoppers. The ostentatious display of...

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