November 2009, Issue#27

Pearls of Mystic Poetry in Kashmiri
Author : Upender Ambardar
Pearls of Mystic Poetry in Kashmiri

Mystic interpretation is quite evident in Kashmiri poetry, the main focus being on the realisation of the Absolute Self. The mystic poetry in Kashmiri has an indescribable ...

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News in Pictures
Author : Raman Raina
News in Pictures

Exclusive news in pictures are for the month of October, 2009 by Shehjars Photo Journalist.

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Forgotten Temples of Kashmir - Part3
Author : Chander M. Bhat
Forgotten Temples of Kashmir - Part3

Kashmir Temples photo series Part-3. An effort to preserve and record Hindu cultural and religious heritage of Kashmir. THAJIWARA - CHOTA AMARNATH

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Diwali -celebrated in Canada
Author : Kanayalal Raina
Diwali -celebrated in Canada

Diwali or more aptly Deepavali is very enthusiastically celebrated for five continuous days and each day has its significance with a number of myths, legends and beliefs.

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The Hindu Calendar
Author : NS
The Hindu Calendar

Discussions on any calendar, lead us invariably to dialogue about the beginning of time. Time for Hindus is cyclical and not unidirectional as in Western faiths-and herein lies ...

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MOTHER IN THE HINDU HERITAGE
Author : Dr Chaman Lal Raina
MOTHER IN THE HINDU HERITAGE

There are various sources of information to reveal that the concept of Motherhood is very pious, having the characteristics of purity and a moral bondage between the mother and ...

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Nithya Shlokaas(Part-3)
Author : KanyaLal Raina
Nithya Shlokaas(Part-3)

Lead from the unreal to the real. Lead from darkness (ignorance) to light (knowledge). Lead from mortality( sense of limitation) to immortality( limitlessness/liberation)

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What is God
Author : Priyanka Shakher Pandita
What is God

"What is God?" is a frequent question that has the human mind has asked from the beginning of human species.

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IN DEFENCE OF SACH KA SAMNA
Author : Arvind Gigoo
IN DEFENCE OF SACH KA SAMNA

The critics of sach ka samna should have sympathized with the person occupying the “hot seat” and answering piercing questions. But hypocrisy and falsehood envelop us all.

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