“I created this unique 3D collage art using 29 Indian Traditional Symbols”- Prajakta Moharir

My intention was to create this with the hope that it will be an excellent treat for the eyes of the viewers with some worthy information and awareness.

What Mahashivratri means scientifically, psychologically, and spiritually?

Life cannot begin again without death. We cannot progress toward God's realization unless we destroy old habits, attachments, and ego. Our "vessel" cannot be filled with divine qualities unless it has been cleansed of all that is old, negative, and impure.

How did Jesus choose those who were neglected in Society?

How do you interpret Jesus or what is your understanding of him?

Here’s how Georgia State University, Atlanta students celebrated Shri Ganesha Festival!

"I realized that the Shri Ganesha festival celebration is not just about spending the day; it's about people, emotions, and the importance of new beginnings in life. !!Ganapati Bappa Morya!!"- Tushar Ravan, Georgia State University Here is an article, which shares the symbolization of the Shri Ganesha festival, and the personal experience of one of... Continue Reading →

Celebrate Krishna Janmashtami by getting to know the adorable child who is hailed as divine.

Today, the festival of Krishna Janmashtami has started worldwide and will last for three days. The tradition of this grand festival is dated to the Gupta Empire era (4th/6th-century CE) when it is believed that Krishna was born. There are many stories belonging to Krishna's life, but his childhood stories are super famous among the... Continue Reading →

How RSS gave a new dimension to Maharashtra’s Warkari Tradition!

Fifty poet-saints of the Warkari tradition were documented in a hagiography by Mahipati in the eighteenth century.

Sanskrit is not a dead language that is dredged up as an intellectual curiosity – Elena Jessup

The mindset of those who originated Sanskrit is that of deep wisdom; thus, when you study Sanskrit, you experience wisdom and beauty.  It’s as simple as that.

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