The rise of Hindutva is the most important phenomenon of the 21st century.
One of the manifestations of Assertive Hindu nationalism was Bharat Sevashram Sangha (BSS) – a spiritual brotherhood of Hindu monks and volunteer workers founded in 1917 by Acharya Srimat Swami Pranavananda Maharaj.
The peacock has continued to maintain its place as the most popular motif in art and architecture of India over the last 7000 years or more.
The evidence from architecture, sculpture, literature, numismatics and inscriptions, confirms that the Hindu temple is older than the popular academic surmise and older than its earliest extant examples.
This essay by Siddhant Bajpai explores the context of Sri Aurobindo’s Uttarpara speech and also underlines how the values and principles elaborated in it by Aurobindo remain immortal.
In this article, Ganesh Vijayan introduced to the premise of Avadhūta Gītā along with the lessons of first eight teachers as described by Bhagwan Dattatreya.
“Part 3 of our journey on Dharmic Circuits, Pankaj Saxena expores the sacred trinity of a great temple, a sacred grove and a water body……………
In Part 3 of our series on Unique Motifs in Indian Art by Shefali Vaidya traces the history & meaning of the unique motif of ‘Kirtimuka – Face of Glory’.
In today’s installment of Indic-Uvacha, Shivakumar GV Discuss Cultural Integration of Bharateeya Samudayas and Purushartha approach.
The katha associated with Aja Ekadasi is about how observing Ekadasi helped King Harishchandra escape his troubles – and he certainly had his share of troubles