A selection of articles related to rishis.
Original articles from our library related to the Rishis. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Rishis.
- Resurrection of the Higher Self
- In July of 1989, a controversial article crossed the managing editor's desk of an equally controversial magazine. This article was never actually published in the quarterly publication, then known as The Magical Blend , even though it was well documented by...
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- Lord Vishnu Appeared Here to Answer Rishis' Penance
- Tirumazhisai, an ancient village near Poonamallee, about 25 km from Chennai, is important for two reasons. It is the birthplace of Tirumazhisai Azhvar, one among the 12 Azhvars or great devotees of Vishnu, who authored two poems: the ...
- Book: Islam in Kashmir: A Study of Prominent Sufis and Rishis
- The Sufism in Kashmir further developed a unique indigenous aspect of its own known as Rishism which then spread through the poetry of Shaikh Nooruddin Noorani, and works of his successor rishis. Prof Rafiabadi deliberates upon the reconciliation of ...
- Articulate expressions
- The dancer eloquently portrayed the Vibhabva (determinant) and Anubhava (consequent), correlating the mood of the Nayika with happenings in nature.
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- UK born Rishi Banerjee enthralls audience with Tagore concert in Kolkata
- Kolkata, Mar 9 : UK born Rabindrasangeet vocalist Rishi Banerjee made a quick stop in Kolkata to present a unique concept 'Then sings my soul', exploring the special relationship between Rabindranath and his nieces Indira Devi Choudhurani and Sarala ...
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