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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...

Ashtottaram 19: OṀ ĀCHĀRYABHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti An Acharya is a highly learned person with a title affixed to the names of learned subject. The designation has different meanings...

Science Behind Practising These Hindu Rituals

By Kanan Parmar We live in a world now called the “modern” era. The only problem with the modern generation is that they regard old...

Old and Gold Tips to Boost Immunity

The modern lifestyle mantra revolves around the concept of "Detox". Magazines and social media continuously feed us with umpteen choices and the newest trends...

A Delhi-based Sikh organization Urges UN to Support Turbans as Religious Symbol

New Delhi, August 10, 2017: A Delhi-based Sikh organization has urged the United Nations Secretary General to pass a specific resolution in the UN General...

The Need to Celebrate National Handloom Day in India: Its Significance and Relevance in Modern Times

Various initiatives have been undertaken for the betterment of weavers by the Indian Government More than 50% of total weaver population of India...

Mango Diplomacy through National Fruit of India

Mango is the national fruit of India as well as Pakistan Both countries have also used mango diplomacy, often in the form of...

May 1 is Maharashtra Day: Far from Maharashtra, Marathi Language, Culture and Traditions alive in Australia

Mumbai, April 30, 2017: A group of migrant Maharashtrians, separated by some 10,000 km of oceans and nations, have joined hands to keep Marathi...

Why Islamists are crying over Burkini ban in France: Tarek Fatah explains

September 1, 2016: In a column published by Toronto Sun on August 30th, 2016, Tarek Fatah talks of how easily the liberals of the...

Scientific Reasons behind Indian Traditional Fashion and Beauty Hacks: Read On!

The relevance of certain traditional and beauty rituals goes beyond culture and are scientific Science testifies that the constant friction produced by bangles...

Religion and Conversation – Haldi and Hindu women in Trinidad

By Annesha Das Gupta In the above video, Dr. Kumar Mahabir -an anthropologists and faculty at the University of Trinidad and Tobago, talks about his...

Hindu community in Tuscaloosa are a close group kept together through cultural traditions

By Chandler Padgett (Tuscaloosa is a town in Alabama state in USA. Located approximately 60 miles from Birmingham, it has a population of about 95,000.- NewsGram) Nagaraj...

Chicago: Chinmaya Mission wraps up its Youth Camp

By NewsGram Staff Writer With an aim to educate kids in Indian values and morals, a week long youth camp was organized by the Badri...

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