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MUKKIYA NATKAL

What is Panchangam? And How Ancient Indians Perceived and Utilized It.

Introduction:Panchangam, a traditional Hindu almanac, is a comprehensive calendar that holds valuable information about auspicious...

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BHAKTI YOGA

Bharathiyar's 'Kannan Paatu': A Timeless Ode to Krishna's Glory

Bharathiyar, the revered poet of Tamil literature, has left an indelible mark with his profound and soul-stirring verses. Among hi...

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POOJAI ARAI

Maavilai - The Tradition of Tying Mango Leaves in Front of Homes

Introduction: In various regions across India and some parts of Southeast Asia, it is a common sight to see mango leaves, known l...

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POOJAI ARAI

Sacred Brushstrokes: The Story of Urdhva Pundra

Close your eyes and let the ancient verses of the Padma Purana guide you through the mystical journey of the Urdhva Pundra. Pictur...

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YOCISI EKE

The Six Seasons of the Hindu Calendar

The ancient Hindu calendar divides the year into six distinct seasons. Each season holds its own significance, reflecting the cycl...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

Swami Bharati Krishna Tirtha - Revitalizing Vedic Mathematics

(1884 - 1960) Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Bharati Krishna Tirtha, fondly known as Bharati Krishna, graced the world from 1884...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

Agatsya Muni : A Luminary in Tamil Culture

Agastya is the Father of Tamil literature and the compiler of the inaugural Tamil grammar, Agathiyam. Beyond his literary prowess,...

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VIZHA

Pongal - A Festival with Different Names

Festivals and celebrations always spread joy and happiness by bringing families together. There are numerous festivals celebrated...

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BHAKTI YOGA

Sacred Celebration at Patti Vinayagar Temple: Ayodhya Special

Residents of IOB Colony, Marudamalai, Coimbatore, gathered in large numbers this morning at the Patti Vinayagar temple for a momen...

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MUKKIYA NATKAL

From Annalakshmi to Ayodhya - Devotion, Unity, and the Joy of Giving.

Jai Siya Ram! Today, as the auspicious occasion of Prana Prathishta unfolds at the Ayodhya Ram Temple, the echoes of history resou...

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DAIVI MARGA

Ayodhya: Cultural Resurgence and Spiritual Harmony

Ayodhya, the city steeped in historical significance, is experiencing a resurgence like never before, embodying the vision of an i...

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YOCISI EKE

The Immortal Kothari Brothers

We were deeply honoured to meet Smt. Purnima Kothari Ji, sister of the late Kothari brothers who were the first to hoist the flag...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

Avvaiyar - The First Children Poet of Tamil

Avvaiyyar, a distinguished female poet from the ninth century, left an indelible mark not only through her extraordinary poetry bu...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

Srinivasa Ramanujam - An Epitome of Indian Mathematics

1887-1920Ramanujan's life is full of strange contrasts. He had no formal training in mathematics but yet "he was a natural mathema...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

Bhogar: The Siddha Behind Palani's Time-Defying Idol

Bhogar, the Jñana Guru of Babaji, played a pivotal role in the creation of the idol in the Palani Temple, fashioned from Nava Pash...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

T.N. Rajarathinam Pillai - Nadaswara Chakravarthi

T.N. Rajarathinam Pillai (1898 - 1956)Indian music, particularly Carnatic music, is fundamentally rooted in ragas, a distinctive f...

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ICCHA SHAKTHI

The Mystic Swami: Chandrashekara Bharati

My first trip to Sringeri is still fresh in my mind. It took place during my school half-yearly holidays of 1979. I was eleven yea...

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VIZHA

Shyam Sundar’s Navaratri and The Miracles in his life

Shyam Sundar was born to Dandayutham and Vasantha. He did his schooling from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and further pursued Bachelor’s...

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VIZHA

The Beginning of Auspiciousness

Celebrating Sri Plava with UgadhiUgadhi is an auspicious beginning. The Kannada and Telugu speaking people celebrate the new year...

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YOCISI EKE

Who are You: Rogi, Bhogi, or Yogi?

A person who eats once a day is called Yogi while the one who eats twice a day is called Bhogi and the one who eats thrice a day i...

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VIZHA

Raksha Bandhan - Sons and Daughters of Bharat Mata

“India is my country. All Indians are my brothers and sisters”. That was how my days began during my school days. The sense of bro...

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