- THE AUSPICIOUS SWASTIKA
- Swastik (or Swastika) means different things in different cultures and religions and because it's so incredibly popular and spreads across cultural boundaries it can be a symbol of both good and bad depending on the context.
- Hinduism's Influence on Indian Poetry
- Ancient India's poetry and drama are as diverse as they are wonderful. Drawing inspiration from the diverse threads of Hinduism, they have the imprint of many of this wonderful religions greatest thinkers.
- India: In a Good Place
- Although the caste system has been illegal in India since the country's independence in 1947, Hinduism's social structure remains deeply ingrained in parts of the country, including in much of Bihar.
- Walking into the Ganga at Kashi
- It happened at the beginning of the Kali Yuga, the age in which we are living now. Hinduism's view of time is expansive and would make productivity mavens who want to account for every minute of the day freak out. We have kalpas, manvantaras and yugas.
- Transformer god praised in Stratford celebrations
- As is customary in Hinduism, milk and honey were consumed to mark Maha Shivaratri, which is believed to be the day that Shiva save the universe by drinking haalaahala, a poison from the ocean. Hindu tradition holds that the god married goddess Parvati ...
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