- THE AUSPICIOUS SWASTIKA
- Ashtamangala (or Ashta-Mangala) is part of a tradition in Hinduism (and Hinduism's offshoots) that refers to eight sacred symbols as an offering to God (gods) on various auspicious occasions.
- CBI takes Astha dir on remand
- A special court in Cuttack in 2015 had directed the state government to auction the properties of the Astha Group of Companies and distribute the sale proceeds equitably among investors, who were duped by the company.
- Pilgrims suffer as boat service is stalled at Dhabaleswar Temple, Odisha
- The devotees are facing difficulty as communication between Bidanasi ghat and Dhabaleswar temple is hampered due to stoppage of services by boatmen protesting compulsory safety measures like registration, insurance and life jackets by the Cuttack ...
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