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The Pastimes of the Supreme Lord, Rāmacandra

In honor of the Appearance day of Lord Ramacandra, we are posting the entire tenth chapter from the ninth Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam entitled “The Pastimes of the Supreme Lord, Rāmacandra”. 14,620 more words

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

RAMA NAVAMI

India, the land where Lord Rama incarnated to live a human life and suffer uttermost,

sacrificing his life as a son, a husband and even as a father. 148 more words

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No, it’s not Islamic Conquest, Nor Pseudo Secularism, It’s Misogyny in a Patriarchal Society for the Rape Epidemic

This article/blog https://vijaygkg.wordpress.com/2012/12/23/delhigangrape/ is one of the most bizarre explanations I have come across about the so-called rape epidemic in India.

According to the author, India in the pre-Islamic era was liberal because..hold your breath..”What might have passed for miniskirts today, were worn (by women) without comment or attracting unwelcome attention.” And he gives the example of this Ajanta painting to prove his point: … 1,250 more words

Sita's my Homegirl and Why She Should be Yours Too.

Sita Ram, Jai Jai Ram
Sita Raaam
Sita Ram, Jai Jai Ram,
Sita Raaammm

Lately, I’ve been chillin’ with my homegirl, Sita. In Hindu Mythology, Sita is known as the Goddess of Devotion.

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Waste not, want not: how the rubbish industry learned to look beyond landfill

A yellow monster truck pushes mounds of rubbish across the summit of Britain’s biggest waste mountain. The 50-tonne beast has huge, spiked, steel wheels that grind mattresses, plastic bottles, trainers and traffic cones into the mud of the manmade peak. 74 more words

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Book Review: Sita: Daughter of the Earth by Saraswati Nagpal, R. Manikandan (Illustrator)

Book: Sita: Daughter of the Earth

Author: Saraswati Nagpal, R. Manikandan (Illustrator)

Plot : A graphic Novel that takes you through the divine birth of Sita, wife of Lord Ram in Hindu mythology and her journey involving the marriage to Lord Ram, the exile and the tragic end. 217 more words

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