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- Hinduism is believed to be the oldest organized religion in the world. It ranks as the third largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam.
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- Gender bias in temples as old as the walls around them
- Why were temples built in India? They did not always exist. Before temples, people worshipped rocks and rivers and stars: Kumbh Mela is a classic example of Hindu ritual that does not involve any artificial structure.
- Different Paths to Seek Truth
- The lifestyle of forest dwellers is recommended for the brahmacharis, vanaprasthas and the sanyasis, while living in a house is recommended for the people in grihastha ashrama.
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- The four stages of man i.e. four ashramas, brahmacharya or student stage, grihastha or household stage, vanaprastha or hermit stage, sanyasa or wandering ascetic stage were explained by enacting the characters of Prahalad, Satyavan Savitri, Agastya ...
- Commercialisation of yoga: Boon or bane?
- From the tranquil environs of a forest or mountains, yoga is now increasingly moving to air-conditioned enclosures within homes, fitness centres or attractive resorts.
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