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- Hinduism: An Overview
- 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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- Kshatriya Thakores demand 20% quota
- Palanpur: The Kshatriya Thakore community members on Thursday took out a rally in Visnagar town of Mehsana district to demand special 20% reservation within the quota for Other Backward Classes (OBC). The community members also demanded that the ...
- Kshatriya Mahasabha seeks explanation on demolition of Raj Tilak Bhawan
- JAMMU, Mar 6: Kunwar Ravi Singh Slathia, president, Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha, J&K unit, has expressed his serious concern on demolition of the 112-year old prestigious heritage “Raj Tilak Bhawan” and alleged misappropriation of crores of ...
- Greens fume as 46 trees cut without permission
- Activist Kshatriya said that they they would protest against the illegal hacking and if necessary, would take legal action as well.
- Burning Manusmriti, anything Sangh doesn't agree with is anti-national
- While these elements along with the use of symbols most commonly used by Brahmins, the Kshatriya aspect of Hindu order is infused into the RSS by its martial programmes practised in the shakhas every day. Also read - Will Modi not observe Manusmriti ...
- Confusion over cycle track
- Environment activist Gaurav Kshatriya was shocked to see an excavator at work on Pandavleni. He said 50 peacocks with their habitat in the area would get disturbed due to the construction and tree felling.
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