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MUKKIYA NATKAL

Marghazhi Nombhu - A cultural experience

The Tamil month of Marghazhi (mid-December to mid-January) is very sacred. People would visit a temple almost every day. The day w...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

Nothing Wrong with Learning any language in a Diverse Country like India

In the past couple of weeks, the debate on learning second or third languages other than the mother tongue erupted once again in t...

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DAIVI MARGA

Samartha Ramdas - The Saint who was devoted to Bharat

Narayana ( Samartha Ramdas ) was born as the second son of a devotee of Lord Surya, Sooryaji Pant Thosar and Ranoobai at Jamb ( a...

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DAIVI MARGA

Cosmic Healing is a Divine Process - An Interview with Swetha N Jain

Cosmic healing is a divine process. Divine guidance is the critical factor in Cosmic healing; for the same reason, it is called th...

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DAIVI MARGA

Chorwadi Mata Temple in Gujarat

I feel glad and excited to write about Chorwadi mata, my supreme good fortune. Chorwad is a soil native to me. Right from childho...

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BHAKTI YOGA

A Little Miracle on Mahashivaratri

In the year 2021, when I was at the Kumbh Mela in Haridwar on 11th March 2021, an amazing incident happened on that day. I share i...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

The Last of the Mohicans - A Tribute to the Prince of Indian Cricket

April 1962. The Indian cricket team is touring the West Indies. It is turning out to be a traumatic tour. The Indians have lost th...

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POOJAI ARAI

Laamor Baat: A Bishnupriya Manipuri Ritual of Offering Food to Ancestors

'Laamor Baat' is an offering of food to the ancestors and departed souls, seeking their blessings - celebrated this day, every yea...

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BHAKTI YOGA

Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur: A Vaishnavite Saint who had Vision of Krishna at Nabadweep

At the Govindo temple at Nabadweep tirtha, Nadia district of West Bengal. The origin of this shrine dates back to over a century....

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

The Sengol and its Significance in our History and Culture

The Sengol has become a popular subject of discussion thanks to the central government’s decision to install it during the inaugur...

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From Previous Editions
VIZHA

The Gallant Celebrations of Thai Poosam

The Tamizh diaspora around the world celebrate Thai Poosam in a big way. This festival falls in the Tamil month of Thai (Mid-Janua...

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YOCISI EKE

The Cultural and Spiritual Significance of Lighting Lamps

At the time of the sunset, there is an unexceptional ritual followed everywhere in India. The Ladies in the house light a match. T...

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VIZHA

Chitra Pournami & its Significance

The full moon day or the Pournami that falls during the ‘Chaitra’ or ‘Chittirai’ month is celebrated as the Chitra Pournami. The m...

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POOJAI ARAI

The Yagñya for a Gṛhastī

Rituals are theories put into practice. Vedas describe four āśramā-s, Brahmacharya, Gṛhasta, Vānaprasta, and Sañyasa. There are va...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

A Journey through Inspiring Lives – Part IV

“I was born and brought up at a time when the Dravidian Movement was at its peak. Tamil Nationalism was the order of the day. My f...

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