March 2013 Issue#64

Walnuts and Shiva Ratri
Author : Dr. Chaman Lal Raina
Walnuts and Shiva Ratri

Walnuts as it is called Doon in Kashmiri language is an integral part of Walnuts the Vedic injunction in the Kashmiri Pandit religious ethos. Walnut in any Homa is essential ...

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Global Teleconference with Rahul Pandita
Author : Deepak Ganju
Global Teleconference with Rahul Pandita

Kashmir Hindu Foundation, Inc. in association with Shehjar.com organized an International Conference to discuss the book "Our Moon has Blood Clots". It was a treat to hear the ...

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a n a n t n a g
Author : B.L.Dhar
a n a n t n a g

He had fled his home at Anantnag at midnight on the 11th of January 1990 with his newly married young wife and father. He could not have done it without the help of his colleague ...

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Can We Ever Shun Being Hypocritical About Secularism?
Author : P. N. Ganjoo
Can We Ever Shun Being Hypocritical About Secularism?

The nationalist, real secular people are having a tough time retrieving the true, exalted meaning of secularism from the gutter levels that the word has been sunk into.

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Maha Kumbh Mela: I was there!
Author : Kusum Vyas
Maha Kumbh Mela: I was there!

As founder of the Green Kumbh Movement, my experience at the Maha Kumbh is both bitter-sweet and inspiring. Kumbh Mela is living proof that incredible faith in God, quite ...

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Mahashivaratri the most popular festival of Kashmir
Author : Late S. N. Dhar
Mahashivaratri the most popular festival of Kashmir

The worship of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati is performed by the Pandits wherever they are throughout the World in traditional manner established by our forefathers. No other ...

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F E A R
Author : Shyan Koul
F E A R

Staring at me with those big bulging eyes It has no permanent look But it changes, depending on how I change

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Lingashtakam
Author : Deepak Ganju
Lingashtakam

Lingashtakam consists of 8 stanzas and each stanza narrates about Lord Shiva's greatness.

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