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At the stroke of 12:30 PM on the 5th of May, 2020, history was made in the Heavenly city of Ayodhya. What had taken over 150 years of legal battles had finally paid off! The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi,...
Bhima Bhoi was a saint, poet and philosopher from Odisha, India. He was a bhakta of Mahima Gosain and preached Mahima Dharma. Sant kabi Bhima Bhoi was born at Jatasinga near Subalaya, Subarnapur in 1850 and died in 1895...
One of the promises made by the BJP in 2014 was to build Sri Ram Temple in Ayodhya. 150 years after the first case to rebuild the Sri Ram Janma Bhoomi in Ayodhya was filed in a British court,...
Last Sunday happened to be what I had actually not bargained for. I happened to visit a  local temple to inquire about the availability of their community hall for an event. I had stopped there on my way back...
Have you ever experienced undue pressure? It may come at work, home or elsewhere. Undue Pressure is where you are being asked or compelled to do something that you consider wrong or unethical, and therefore, don’t want to do...
The Krishna-Arjuna Framework Bhagwad Gita, an Indian epic, dated 5000 years, provides an answer to the question, how to win over equals? For those who are not so familiar with Bhagwad Gita, I may mention that it is a dialogue...
When the Chinese gift of Coronavirus infections – known as COVID-19 came, the media were awash with images of well known western leaders avoiding handshakes, but using the ancient Indian greeting of “namaste” instead. Suddenly there is new awareness...
Abstract Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, written in 6th Century B.C., is popularly considered the most classic treatise on the strategy of winning. The Bhagwad Gita, a book from India dated 5000 years back, provides a simple but profound...
Recent events have shown the color saffron to be against pluralism. Wait, hear me out! I know saffron is the color of Hindus, and we all know there is no community more pluralistic than the Hindus! I get that!...
Long ago, I tried my hands at English poetry. My first (and the last) was: Come, Come O’ The Winter Fall, Come you soon, I love you fall, You are gloomy, you are still, But I love you fall the sooner still, B’cause with...