- Did Hindus Never Eat Beef?
- Aindra (of payasa), Saurnya (curds and ghee), Pausna (ghee and mantha), Sarasvata (milk and ghee), Mausala (wine and ghee, this being used only in Sautramanai and Rajasuya sacrifices), Parivrajaka (sesame oil and oil cake). The Madhava gr.l.
- 'Stop scientific distortion'
- Professors from the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Bangalore's Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have carried out a detailed study of two books - Brihad Vimana Sastra by Shri Bramhamuni Parivrajaka published in 1959 in Hindi, and-Vymanika ...
- 150-year-old bungalow in Gujarat converted into Vivekananda memorial
- Swami Vivekananda had extensively travelled the Indian subcontinent as well as the country as a Parivrajaka (wandering monk) for about three years, out of which perhaps the longest period was spent in Gujarat.
- Narendra Modi is married, but so what?
- NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi, the man who is billed as the next Prime Minister of India, seen as the unstoppable juggernaut of Indian politics, revealed yet another dimension to his personality last week – apart from the oft repeated ones like being tough, ...
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