Sacred Geometry of Hindu Temples

Scale and proportions have prime importance in temple architecture. Square is considered to be the basic form. Vaastu Purusha Mandal is also square in shape and has square sub-components. Temple plan and elevation and overall form mostly evolve from square shape. Fractions and small parts of the temple form have been carefully designed to keep in mind the nature and laws of nature and simple and complex fractions of the square..

Samarpan Abhiyan for Bhavya Ram Mandir in Ayodhya Unified Bharatvarsh, Says VHP

The fund collection drive for the construction of a grand temple of Bhagwan Shri Ram in Ayodhya unified Bharatvarsh, said Central Vice President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and General Secretary of Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Shri Champat Rai Saturday. ..

Mahaajanah–VI: How scribes recognise and describe them: ‘Language-Secularism’ & Open society

Figuratively speaking, openness is the mother of courage and courage is the vessel that upholds the light of truth. Being courageous means not being adamant. When most are not open but adamant, then it becomes a struggle to run human societies or nations or families on the principle of openness..

“A book that everybody should read”, Paulo Coelho writes about Bhagavad Gita

World-renowned author Paulo Coelho on Twitter said that Bhagavad Gita is “A book that everybody should read”, while sharing the lines “Do not yield to this degrading impotence, Give up such petty weakness of heart and arise”...

Remembering Nanaji Deshmukh: The Saint who actualised Antyodaya through Gramodaya

Born in Maharashtra he devoted his entire life to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) making Uttar Pradesh his area of working as an RSS pracharak. ..

Mahaajanah –V: How scribes recognise and describe them: Sanskrit & Sanskriti

One meaning of the word Sanskrit is “a spoken language (Bhasha) which brings users to the same level of consciousness”. And when we take this meaning, the word Sanskriti (culture) would mean “endeavour of bringing about evenness or bringing everyone on the same level of consciousness.” This example depicts one more feature of Bhasha that meanings..

On Solid Ground

Before undertaking construction of temples, elaborate soil testing and treatments are undertaken to fortify the ground. Vastu Shastra mentions in detail about the tests that should be conducted..

Asia’s largest Shiva Temple ‘Maha Mrityunjoy’ opened in Assam

Union home minister Amit Shah attended the Pran Pratistha Mahotsav of Maha Mritunjay temple in Barhampur locality of central Assam on 25 February 2021 marking the opening of Asia’s biggest temple dedicated to Lord Shiva...

Through Hymns of Yajurveda in Sanskrit, India Sends Message of Peaceful Co-existence

Starting his address at the UN Security Council Open Debate with a Sanskrit hymn of the Sukla Yajurveda, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar sent the message how to care for the environment and every form of life is very intrinsic to the Indian civilisation...

Tracing Filial Links

It’s a rare bond that needs to be celebrated. Bhartiya connection can now be found in far off Australia. Aborigines have 11 per cent Indian DNA as their forefathers migrated from India centuries ago. As a result, Northern Australians share a similar spiritual thinking vis-à-vis’ Sanatana Dharma..

Scriptural Basis of temple Architecture

The Vastupurush Mandal is like an appliance. It has ‘yantra’, ‘mantra’ and ‘tantra’ all in one. It also has guidelines for following appropriate proportions of architecture, design guidelines and details of building construction. (Sort of an encyclopaedia or data book for temple design and construction). ..

Mahaajanah –IV: How scribes recognise and describe them: Language & Culture

Mahaajanah –IV: How scribes recognise and describe them: Language & Culture..

Scriptural Basis of Temples

In Hinduism, human evolution can be understood through four ages. Satya, Treta, Dwapar and Kali Yug. There was no need for temples in Satya Yug. Gods appeared in the Treta Yug, but there were no temples..

Mahaajanah –III: How scribes recognise and describe them: Purva and Paschim

Other than valuing Mahaajanah (the ones who are well versed), Bhaashaa (language) and sense of Itihaas (history) are two very important tools in knowing one’s own roots and identity. A curriculum which values its values, symbols, Mahaajanah, Itihaas, and Bhaashaa becomes the means for shaping up valuable human beings. For example when Tulasidas wrote Ramcharitmaanas in (Bhaashaa) the language of people, it gave them immense self-confidence (swa-adhisthaan) ..

Temple Cities

To get acquainted with India's culture, one must study temples in-depth and pay attention to them, take care of them, and acquire more and more information about our roots from them..

Mahaajanah–II: How scribes recognise and describe them: ‘Chunk’ and Nation

As a spiritual culture, we realise that we are inseparably connected to all (and one) eternally. This leaves no space for the possibility of hatred and envy in our minds (Only a fool can be envious and hateful in such a case). As the expansion of self happens the whole existence appears one's mirror image, there is no 'other'. Mired in ignorance, we are the 'other' for ourselves, once the darkness of ignorance is dispelled then real self (Mahajanah) shines forth brilliantly..

Many Trajectories of Academic Terrorism

Cultural Terrorism: Conflicts and Debates on Cultural Pasts unravels the modus operandi of the Left-Liberal cabal in the country and external anti-Hindu agencies and operatives who are out to destroy the indigenous culture. They target culture because it has the power to integrate people, preserve values, identities and a sense of oneness to the homeland..

Wind that lifts Our Spirits

Five senses of human beings; visual, kinesthetic, olfactory, auditory and palate are designed to perceive and experience this world, the beautiful creation of Almighty. One lifetime seems to be not enough to acquire its holistic and complete understanding. So, one is continuously exploring the world through these senses..

Mahajanah–I: How Scribes Recognise and Describe them

In any devoted heart filled to the brim with remembrance, an entry in the field of grace is through prayer, discipleship, and humility. Remembrance leads to gratefulness (kritagyata) towards the remembered one which paves the way for krit-kritya taa (attaining the goal of human life)..

Ladakh tableau to participate in Republic Day parade for first time this year

Ladakh's tableau depicts the iconic Thiksey Monastery located on top of a hill in Thikse in Leh district, and is one of the most-visited tourist sites in the region...

Mystery of Becoming

Who should we look at to find this illusion's solution and, see that we were–that only who we have 'become' now? Doesn't it sound mystic? Call it good or better or best news. Else, howsoever good it may be, no 'good news' is good enough which is incapable of seeing/realising the divine/reality within..

President Ram Nath Kovind donates Rs 5 lakh for Ram temple construction as 'Shri Ram Mandir Nidhi Samarpan' begins

President Ram Nath Kovind made the first contribution towards the reconstruction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya on Friday. The President donated a sum of Rs 5,01,000 to the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerath Kshetra Trust...

Govindbhai Dholakia from Surat donates Rs 11 crore for Ram temple construction in Ayodhya

A diamond trader from Surat in Gujarat, Govindbhai Dholakia on Friday has made a contribution of Rs 11 crore for the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh..

'Let Ayodhya dwell in the minds of one and all': Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat's full speech at the Ram Mandir Purnarnirman Prarambh Samaroh, Ayodhya

We present below the address of Parampoojneeya Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, on the occasion of the shilanyas of the grand Shri Rama Temple at Ayodhya conducted on August 5, 2020..

Festival of harvest Makar Sankranti being celebrated across the country

It is celebrated as Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Bihu in Assam, Makara Vilakku in Kerala and Poush Sangkranti in West Bengal...

National Youth Day: Swami Vivekananda & His global relevance

Swami Vivekananda's weapons of winning the world were education and peace. He always portrayed himself as a 'Nationalist Saint' who wanted the youth to get out of their comfort zones and achieve absolutely anything they desire...

Invaders and Infidels: Lessons from A Bloody History

The current volume is first in a 5 volume re-telling of that history that disturbed the continued uninterrupted flow of Bharatiya civilisation since at least 6000 years of documented history..

Centre decides to form committee to protect language, culture & land of Ladakh

Centre has decided to form a committee to protect the language, culture and land of Ladakh and ensuring citizen's participation in the Union Territory's development. The Committee will be headed by the Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy and will include elected representatives from Ladakh, Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council, central government, and the Ladakh administration...

Work on Ayodhya Ram temple foundation to begin by January-end: Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra

The work on the foundation for the Sri Ram Temple at Ayodhya will start by the end of January. General Secretary of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Champat Rai said that the testing of soil was going on...

Prime Minister Modi’s 72nd Mann Ki Baat highlights 92-year-old Sanskrit Scholar Srinivasachariar and Krishnagiri farmer Subramanian from Tamil Nadu

In the latest episode of Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi mentioned about the Chennai Mylapore based nonagenarian agile and active Sanskrit Scholar, publisher, writer and priest Azhichur T Srinivasachariar...

Teerth Keshtra –Shivtharghal

Shivtharghal is a cave in Raigad district of Maharashtra. It is 34-kilometres away from Mahad. 'Ghal' means cave. It is surrounded by high mountains on all sides and is situated at the foot of the Waghjai valley. Shivtharghal is in the midst of the mountains, covered with green trees and vines. Samarth called it 'Sundar Math'. Samarth Ramdas Swami (seventeenth century) lived here for 22 years. During this time, Samarth wrote 'Dasbodh', his famous treatise. Dasbodh loosely means 'advice to the disciple' ..


Example of Vaamanamurthy comes from a distant past maybe you may feel apprehensive about circumstances and contexts of this example. Therefore, let us take the example of any contemporary mountaineer or athlete. Athletes practice a lot before participating in any real event. Similarly, everyone would require a lot of practice before taking an aforesaid single step. And, ask any coach or athlete, discipline is the first thing which comes to their mind when they visualise practice. Without discipline, ..

Gatka, Kalaripayattu, Thang-Ta, Mallakhamba included in Khelo India Youth Games 2021

Gatka, Kalaripayattu, Thang-Ta, Mallakhamba included in Khelo India Youth Games 2021..



Teerth Kshetra – the site

Pilgrimage – teerth-yatra – the word has the connotation of self-purification – for the purification of body and soul. The Mahabharata and mythological Hindu scriptures have plenty of references about teerth-yatra and teerth-kshetra. Kashi, Prayag, Ganga, Godavari, Narmada and all revered rivers of Bharat and every inch of their banks, their context and surroundings are the teerth kshetras..

Swami Rangananthanda was a self evasive saint who stood for Dharma and its eternal values: BJP leader Ram Madhav

Shri Ram Madhav was delivering the keynote address in a webinar "Remembering Swami Rangathananda in his birthday" organised by Centre for Policy and Development Studies. ..

Relevance of Temples in Scientific Age

The ancient sages always considered the human body to be the abode of God. Temple architecture and spaces within have been synchronised with the human body. Great deal of thought and philosophical semiotics is represented through temple design..


In reality, everyone is the ansha (part) of the whole (purna) known as parmaatman (omnipresent). In reality there is no escape from oneness. However, one can keep postponing their realisation of it and suffer endlessly. The choice is between Atma-prvanchanaa and Atma-Nirbharataa. Choose wisely..

Confluence of art, science, architecture

Temples were not only a place of worship, but also a place of social function, social integration, social awakening, dissemination of art, education..

Ideologies,religions and sat-sang

Recent scholarly works in Indology based on new research methods are bringing to fore that how foreign rulers kept best of India out of our sight and, how worst of India was projected by them through distorted and motivated translations and publications..

Chronology of Kaliyuga

If we derive the dates based on the epigraphic inscriptional evidence of Kaliyuga, the historical chronology of our nation becomes more accurate and more correct ..

Arjun Munda E-Inaugurates The First Ever Virtual Aadi Mahotsav

       Arjun Munda, Union Minister for Tribal Affairs, launched the virtual edition of Aadi Mahotsav- Madhya Pradesh today. The 10-day long festival, commencing on December 1, 2020. The main focus is on the tribal craft and culture of Madhya Pradesh. Meena Singh, Minister for Tribal Development, Government of Madhya Pradesh and Ramesh Chand Meena, Chairman, TRIFED were the guests of honour for this online inauguration today. Addressing the occasion, Arjun Munda ..

Kartik Purnima/Karthika Deepam: A festival that connects Hindus across Bharat, unites the nation

Karthika Deepam is a related festival in South India and Sri Lanka. Houses are illuminated with Diyas to celebrate this auspicious day...

Guru Nanak Gurpurab: A spiritual light for Humanity

Guru Nanak Gurpurab is an occasion to pay homage to a great reformer and a teacher who taught the world to love and respect the entire humanity...

#Chidakasha: The space of Consciousness

    Everything we observe occurs in space and is a manifestation of space. All things originate in space and are inherent in space. Nothing comes from outside of space as all things are defined by space. Even time is perceived as movement in space.  This means everything we observe is a quality of space. Space is the matrix of all potentials. Different objects in space are different formations or densifications of space. Space is never empty but full of all possibilities ..

Canada to return idol of Hindu Goddess Annapoorneshwari stolen over 100 years ago from Varanasi

The University of Regina, a Canadian university will soon return to India an ancient idol of Hindu Goddess Annapoorna, which was stolen from a temple in Varanasi over 100 years ago. Presently, the idol is part of the University of Regina's collection at the MacKenzie Art Gallery..

Lord Vishnu Temple of Hindu Shahi period unearthed in Pakistan

A 1300- year old Hindu temple dedicated to Bhagwan Sri Vishnu was unearthed in the Swat district of Eastern Pakistan in an excavation carried out by Pakistani and Italian archaeologists. Italian archaeologist Dr Luka Maria Olivieri, who heads the Italian archaeological mission, has stated that this was the first temple of Ghandhara civilisation discovered in Swat...

Chhath Puja festival being celebrated with traditional fervour & devotion

Chhath Puja is being celebrated in different parts of the country with traditional fervour and religious devotion today. Devotees will offer prayers known as Sandhya-Arghya to the Sun this evening...

Bronze idols of Bhagwan Sri Ram, Sri Lakshman and Sita Mata which were brought back from UK by the Union Govt handed over to Tamil Nadu

On September 15, 2020, these Bronze idols were handed over to High Commission of India in London by Metropolitan Police, London. As per the photo documentation done in 1958, these idols belong to the Sri Rajagopal Vishnu Temple (temple built during the Vijayanagara period) in Anandamangalam in Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu. As per the investigation carried out by the Idol wing of Tamil Nadu police these idols were stolen from the Sri Rajagopal Vishnu Temple on 23/24 November 1978..

Four-day celebrations of Chhath Puja begin today

Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic festival which is mainly celebrated in Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh and the Madhesh region of Nepal. ..

Kamdhenu, Festivity and Fulfillment

In Dharmic literature, the concept of Kamdhenu is considered as a miraculous "cow of plenty" who fulfils the desires of the owner. An IT professional of Karnataka is reliving this experience with Gau-Sewa and Wealth-Creation..

Bhai Dooj being celebrated across country

On this day, sisters pray for their brothers to have a long and happy life by performing Tika ceremony and brothers offer gifts to their sisters. The festival is also celebrated as Bhau Beej, Bhathru Dwithiya, Bhai Phota, Ningol Chakuba and Bhai Tika in different parts of the country. ..

Diwali: All you want to know about its Origin, Significance, Customs & Traditions

Diwali is one of the most significant Hindu festivals that celebrated all over India and even abroad. Also known as Deepavali, Diwali is the festival of lights that spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil and hope over despair. At most places Diwali is celebrated for five days...

Dussehra-Milan: Bonding through Culture

‘Dussehra-Milan’ is being organised by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh Japan from last 5 years to utilise the auspicious occasion of "Vijaya-Dashmi" for connecting various Indo-Japanese cultural organisations which are actively working in Japan for the last few years. This year, Dussehra Milan was celebrated virtually to follow the on-going safety measures...

Taking Yoga and Ayurveda to Kyrgyzstan

India's immense contribution to the world through yoga and Ayurveda can be gauged from the fact that these twin ancient disciplines are generating interest among the people of Kyrgyzstan. Little wonder that the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan in India, Asein Isaev, a yogic practitioner, is keen on cementing ties with India through these Vedic sciences..

Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya: A military genius who won 22 battles against Afghans & Mughals

Hemu was a ruler who won twenty-two battles in barbaric medieval times, ruled Delhi and was the chief character of Second Battle of Panipat...

Ayurveda has some positive news for Sleep-deprived: Ayush Ministry

The broad area of study called ‘anidra’ in Ayurveda deals with sleep-deprivation and related conditions, and it offers some time-tested solutions...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah greet the nation on #ValmikiJayanti: Know about the day and the great sage #MaharishiValmiki

Valmiki Jayanti: Know about the day and the great sage Maharishi Valmiki..

Adhyatma & Spirituality

As a result of intellectual bullying, we could provide very shallow understanding of Dharma to such fellow countrymen who are educated through English medium and are not familiar with Sanskrit either..

‘May blessings of Maa Siddhidatri bring success in everyone’s life’: Prime Minister Narendra Modi bows to Maa Siddhidatri on Mahanavmi

Siddhidatri is the final form of Durga, celebrated on the final night of Navaratri. Her name means "giver of supernatural power," and Hindus believe she bestows blessings upon all deities and devotees of the faith. Siddhidatri grants wisdom and insight to those who appeal to her, and Hindus believe that she can do the same for deities who worship her as well...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi extends greetings on Maha Ashtami, bows to Maa Mahagauri

“Greetings on the special occasion of Maha Ashtami to everyone. I pray that Maa Durga continue to bless us all with happiness, good health and prosperity,” PM Modi tweeted. ..

Prime Minister Narendra Modi bows to Maa Kalaratri on seventh day of Navaratri

Maa Kalaratri is widely regarded as one of the many destructive forms of the Mother Goddess, which include Kali, Mahakali, Bhadrakali, Bhairavi, Mrityu, Rudrani, Chamunda, Chandi and Durga...

‘May Mata Katyayani keep you all healthy and provide bright future’: Prime Minister Narendra Modi bows to Goddess Katyayani on sixth day of Navratri

Prime Minister Narendra Modi bows to Goddess Katyayani on sixth day of Navratri..

“May Her blessings spread purity and happiness across society”: Prime Minister Narendra Modi bows to Maa Skandmata on fifth day of Navratri

Skandamata is the mother of Skanda or Lord Kartikeya, who was chosen by gods as their commander-in-chief in the war against the demons. ..

"I have been following Sadhguru for a while", says Will Smith; Sadhguru spends time with Will Smith and family

Sadhguru spends time with Will Smith and family..

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hopes Maa Kushmanda brings happiness, prosperity good luck in everyone's life

Kushmanda is the fourth form of the mother goddess, and her name means "creator of the universe," for she is the one who brought light to the dark cosmos..

‘May Mata Chandraghanta give us courage & strength’: Prime Minister Narendra Modi bows to Goddess Chandraghanta on third day of Navratri

Chandraghanta is the third manifestation of Durga, representing peace, tranquility, and prosperity in life. Her name is derived from the chandra (half moon) in her forehead in the shape of a ghanta (bell)..

Doordarshan brings star-studded ‘Ayodhya Ki Ramleela’ to millions of homes for the first time

The live telecast will be available from 7 pm every day through the nine-day Navratri period leading up to Dussehra on October 25..

“We bow to you”: Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks blessings from Maa Brahmacharini on second day of Navratri

On the second day of Navaratri, Hindus worship Brahmacharini, whose name means "one who practices devout austerity." ..

‘Pranams to Maa Shailputri on day one of Navratri’: Prime Minister wishes happiness, peace and prosperity to people; Festival of Navratri begins all over country

On the first day of Navaratri, Devi Durga is worshiped as Shailaputri...

Complete Navratri Calendar 2020: Know all about Navratri Puja Dates, Significance of Rituals & Full Puja Schedule

The auspicious Hindu festival of Navratri will begin from October 17..

Preserving the Theatre Community

The very existence of rural theatre communities like the Sillekyatas is on the line. The community which was already besieged by the change in preferences of the rural folk and internet penetration their earning opportunities faced a deadly blow by the Corona pandemic. Being a part of Bharatiya traditional knowledge system, it is our duty to safeguard, nurture and sustain the community...

Hollywood star Salma Hayek says she finds her inner beauty through Goddess Maha Lakshmi

Mexican and American actress Salma Hayek shared a beautiful picture of Goddess Maha Lakshmi, explaining how she has become a devotee of the Hindu goddess. ..

How Marxists scuttled Akkitham’s chance to win Jnanpith long back

Leftists detest the great poet because he left behind Marxism and embraced Hindu universalism..

35 members of 6 Muslim families come back to Sanatana Dharma in Haryana

In May this year, 250 Muslims from 40 families converted to Hinduism in Bidhmira village in Hisar district of Haryana. The families lived at Danoda Kalan village before Independence...

When Marxists scuttled Akkitham’s chance to win Jnanpith long back

Leftists detest the great poet because he left behind Marxism and embraced Hindu universalism..

“Jnanpith gets Akkitham”

Akkitham, as he is popularly known, is Kerala’s one and only Maha Kavi (Great Poet) who is a household name for his works which has played a major role in demolishing and destroying orthodoxy and conservatism associated with the Brahmin community to which he belongs. Aged 94, he is the last surviving social reformer who revolutionised the lives of not only the Namboodiri households but even that of people in lower strata of the Kerala society. ..

Vishwakarma Jayanti and the Dignity of Labour

Vishwakarma symbolises the dignity of labour which was given maximum respect by ancient India. May Day, imported from the west, fails to motivate labour positively whereas Vishwakarma Jayanti can...

Prime Minister extends greetings on 'Hindi Diwas', congratulates linguists for contribution

On Hindi Diwas, Home Minister Amit Shah has also expressed his gratitude to all those who contributed to the strengthening of the Hindi language...

Jayanti of Paramabhattaraka Vidyadhiraja Sree Chattampi Swami Ji: “Here I met a remarkable man”, wrote Swami Vivekananda after meeting Chattampi Swamikal

Today marks the birth anniversary of the great sage, Vedanti, author and social reformer Paramabhattaraka Vidyadhiraja Sree Chattampi Swami Ji, who taught Swami Vivekananda the meaning of ‘Chinmudra’ during the latter’s Kerala visit. “Here I met a remarkable man”, wrote Swami Vivekananda after meeting Chattambi Swamikal at Kochi...

Destructor of Obstacles, Ganesh Beyond Boundaries

Lord Ganesha, the destructor of all obstacles, is a true global Indian deity, worshipped as the First god ‘nirvighanam kuru me dev, sarva karyeshu sarvada’ to get rid of all hindrances before beginning of any task. His infinite glory is beyond confines of time, circumstances, political and geographical boundaries of nation states...

'Marching towards Atmanirbharta': Winners of Short Film Contest on Patriotism Announced

As part of Independence Day celebrations 2020, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting along with National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) had organised an Online Short Film Contest to create a patriotic mood surrounding this year’s Independence Day...

Ram temple construction has begun in Ayodhya, would be completed in 36-40 months, says Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust

Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust held a meeting of its members in New Delhi on August 20. The meeting was organised to discuss the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. ..

Movie based on ‘true history’ of 1921 Malabar Hindu genocide: Director Ali Akbar raises over Rs 76 lakhs through crowdfunding, launches film production house 'Mama Dharma'

Malayalam film director Ali Akbar has raised over Rs 76 lakhs through crowdfunding and launched a film production company named ‘Mama Dharma’. The new film production company was inaugurated by Swami Chidanandapuri Maharaj, the head of Kolathur Advaita Ashram. ..

“The Sanatan Dharma, that is nationalism. This is the message that I have to speak to you!”: Here's how Sri Aurobindo defined Hindutva in his historic Uttarpara Speech (Full Text)

"I say no longer that nationalism is a creed, a religion, a faith; I say that it is the Sanatan Dharma which for us is nationalism. This Hindu nation was born with the Sanatan Dharma, with it, it moves and with it, it grows."..

The Idea of Akhand Bharat: Concept and Meaning

The idea of Akhand Bharat is as old as a civilisation as it duly got a place and described in ancient Bharatiya scriptures. ..

Kerala Simham Veera Pazhassi Raja: The Indian king who brought the British Army to its knees and defeated Arthur Wellesley, the vanquisher of Napoleon in Waterloo!

Pazhassi Raja resisted the troops of Hyder Ali in 1774 and ultimately led his kingdom to victory against the forces of Hyder Ali in 1793..

#MyBharat Bharat’s Jnana Parampara is based on Evolution, not Revolution: Shri J Nandakumar

Speaking about the tradition of communication in Bharat, often called samvada, was multifaceted and it should be devoid of prejudice(purvagraha) and stubbornness to accept(duragraha) he said. The samvada is not between humans or animals but with nature as a whole..

Ayodhya’s tryst with destiny

What we see in Ayodhya is the resurgence of the soul of Bharat, rising up from the shambles of past and finally overcoming all the attempts of the invaders spanning centuries to destroy our culture and legacy..

Unsung Heroes of Sri Ram Janmabhumi Movement: KK Nair, an ICS officer from Kerala who defied Nehru’s ‘Aurangzebic diktat’

KK Nair aka Kandangalathil Karunakaran Nair is a name deeply engraved in the history of the Ayodhya movement. The brave ICS officer, hailing from the southern state of India, played an unforgettable role in reinstating the fundamental right to worship of Hindus in the Rama Janmabhumi before India became a constitutional republic..

Revival of the Lost Glory

Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham project work has led to the re-discovery of more than 40 major temples, which have great historic and religious significance as per Kashi Khand of Skand Puran, hidden under residential and commercial encroachments. These smaller temples are now being restored and conserved for the grand temple to attain it's lost glory..

Yoga, a complete package for humanity

Practicing yoga is best suited during the COVID-19 pandemic because it manages physical and mental issues..

Central Hindi Institute's initiative in preserving Shina Language - the mother of Dardic languages spoken in Gilgit-Baltistan of Ladakh & JK

Shina, the mother of Dardic languages is primarily spoken in Gilgit-Baltistan, Dah Hanu, Gurais and Dras in India. Researchers suggests that the focus on speakers of indigenous languages is necessary in order to save them from language shift and language loss eventually resulting in loss of culture...

Legacy of Ezhuthachan

Legacy of Ezhuthachan..

Houses, temples reverberate with Ram Nam: Holy Ramayana Month begins in Kerala

Reciting the divine story of Bhagwan Sri Ramchandra, the Ramayana month observance began in Kerala on July 16. The Hindus in Kerala observe ‘Karkidakam’, the last month in Malayalam calendar as Ramayana month, chanting the verses from Adhyatma Ramayana, Malayalam translation of Valmiki Ramayana by medieval poet Thunchath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan...

Sanskrit: A Language of Science

Sanskrit is perhaps the oldest and the most prolific language known to mankind. Since the Rigveda- the oldest written scripture in the world is in Sanskrit; the origin of Sanskrit as language must precede the Rigveda. Scholars admit of the considerable influence of Sanskrit on Tamil, Greek and Latin which are considered other ancient languages of the world..

Why only Hinduism mentions the Universe but no other religion?

Did we ever notice that only Hinduism mentions the universe? The reason is that only Hinduism knows about the vast dimensions and the huge time-frames of the universe of which our earth is just a speck..

Yoga is a deep spiritual system, a journey into ancient India

Yoga is a deep spiritual system of attaining ultimate union with the divine, a journey into ancient India’s history!..

6th International Day of Yoga celebrated across the country through Digital Media

The sixth International Day of Yoga was celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country through electronic and digital media..

Yoga Day is a day of solidarity and universal brotherhood; Yoga boosts immune system against Covid 19 virus: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on #InternationalYogaDay

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, addressed the nation today on the occasion of International Day of Yoga via video conference..