- Gorakhnath temple still awaits reconstruction
- GORKHA, March 8: Even after ten months of the Gorkha earthquake, reconstruction of the Gorakhnath temple in Gorkha district is yet to begin.
- Indian art, artists feature at 20th Biennale of Sydney
- The title, Shoonya Ghar, translates to 'empty is this house', referencing a twelfth-century poem by Gorakhnath, a guru associated with the traditions of Nirgun poetry and ideas of emptiness, formlessness and the void.
- What worries the BJP ahead of the crucial Uttar Pradesh assembly polls
- There's a galaxy of BJP MPs from Uttar Pradesh who make news every now and then for saying outrageous things. The latest is the junior minister in the R S Katheria, MP from Agra. He recently attended a condolence meeting where speakers equated ...
- Sudarshan Shetty
- THE TITLE OF THE EXHIBITION, “SHOONYA GHAR,” comes from poetry by the great eleventh-century nirgun (without form) poet Gorakhnath. In his work he talks about a yogi who is wandering about a city that is made of ten doors, referring to the ten ...
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