Dr Vemsani has eschewed the usual narratives of analysing women in their traditional roles and in relation to the men in their lives for a focus on the extraordinary in their journeys; exile, forest domicile etc.
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.
This paper deals with the divinity of water as mentioned in the Puranas.
Gaṅgā, everything pure and auspicious in Hindu tradition.
Babita Garg reviews Anuja Chandramouli’s books on powerful female figures from our epics- Mohini: The Enchantress, Shakti: The Divine Feminine and Ganga: The Constant Goddess.
Learnings from the life of Bheeshma
This story from Devi Bhagavata Purana narrates how Vishnu went from polygamous to monogamous.
Ganga Dasahara is a spiritual retreat organized by Purna Vidya Foundation. The location of the retreat is Tapasyalayam, Uttarakashi. Tapasyalayam On the banks of the sacred Ganges River, Tapasyalayam offers…
All over India, an interesting phenomenon can be observed. On one hand, materialism is on the rise, and on the other hand, the popularity of rituals and religious festivals is…