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Book Review: Was Surpanakha a destructive Demoness from the Ramayana or tormented Woman?

- by Vikas Dutta  Jan 16, 2017: Title: Lanka's Princess; Author: Kavita Kane; Publisher: Rupa Publications India; Pages: 280; Price: Rs 295 Like the space-time it...

Accidental Discovery of Hindu Epic Ramayana’s ‘New’ version portrays Sita and Lord Rama more as humans

August 16, 2016: A different version of the integral Hindu epic Ramayana, written by Valmiki has been extracted from a Sanskrit library in Kolkata....

How modern was Indian Mythology? Read here the story of Ahalya-Rama that has power to transform society!

Hindu scriptures have always mesmerised people in India and people across the globe with its poetic verses. The detailing of the stories, powerful characters,...

Celebrating Tulsidas Jayanti: The Hindu Poet-saint, Reformer and Philosopher

Tulsidas was attached to his wife Buddhimati until the day she told him to develop love for Lord Rama more than he has...

Karkidakam Masam in Hinduism: The Last month in the Malayalam Calendar is full of Monsoon Fury and Prayers

No initiative is put to implementation and celebrations such as weddings are avoided during this month To regain strength, to build self-confidence and...

Chai: Health Benefits that will make you fall in love with Indian Teas!

Tea dates back to the Ramayana ages in India and that’s nearly 2000 years ago 3000 varieties, 0gram of fat and the most...

The Rama and Krishna circuits may undermine the sanctity of holy sites

The Centre has approved projects worth Rs 300 crore for the development of these circuits in UP alone Questions about whether the Ayodhya...

Jambavan: The Immortal half man and half bear

By Akanksha Sharma Jambavan (Jambvan), the great half man and half bear, was the son of Brahma, the creator of Universe. Also known as...

Sitamarhi: The Place where Maa Sita descended into Mother Earth

According to Ramayana, Sitamarhi (also known as Sita Samahit Sthal) is a sacred place where sita, the main character of Ramayana, entered the Earth....

39 Years of Ramayana Ballet at Purawisata, Indonesia

By Shubhi Mangla In Purawisata Yogyakarta, Indonesia, this organization has been performing Ramayana ballet every single day since last 39 years.  What is Ramayana Ballet? Ramayana ballet is...

Ramlila: Eleven countries where Ramayana enactment tradition is thriving

By Nithin Sridhar Lord Rama occupies a very unique space in the psyche of Hindus. He is considered as the personification of Dharma (righteousness) and...

Siya Ke Ram: Distortions, lies, and mockery of Ramayana

By Nithin Sridhar Last month, Star Plus, an entertainment channel in India, launched a new TV serial on the story of Lord Rama with much fanfare. The...

Knowing Indian traditional theatre: Ramleela

Ramleela is one of the most widely performed traditional art forms of north India. It is celebrated with much zeal and fervour in Uttar...

Ramayana, Gita should be taught in schools: Culture minister

New Delhi: The Ramayana and the Gita are not religious texts and should be taught in schools, according to union Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma. Sharma...

Sitaram Yechury targets Modi, quotes Ramayana

By NewsGram Staff Writer Patna: CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury quoted from the Ramayana on Monday to ask Bihar voters to reject Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Janata...

Ramayana is not a product of imagination like a fiction novel: Sringeri Shankaracharya

By NewsGram Staff Writer “Ramayana is not a product of any author’s imagination like a fiction novel. Instead, it is a sacred text written by...

The Hindu evolution in Holland: From a fringe group to a thriving community

By Gaurav Sharma The winds of globalisation have sprinkled Hindus in various parts of the world. One such place sheltering the burgeoning Hindu population is...

Bithoor: This is the place where mankind originated according to Hindu mythology

By Rituparna Around 24 kilometers north of Kanpur lies the historical and majestic town of Bithoor that also steals a mention in the Puranas. According to...

Ramayana trail: How Modi government plans to revive the legacy of Lord Ram

By Harshmeet Singh Prime Minister Modi concluded his three nation tour after making a slew of agreements and announcements in Sri Lanka. While moves such...

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