For past few months, thanks to the general interest in the family for the Sony show “Sankatmochan Hanuman”, I have been watching the show and the all-too familiar story of
There is belief and there is seeking. The greatest tragedy that has befallen the Dharmic seeking of the Truth is that it has been equated to Religion’s pursuit of belief.
On International Yoga Day, in celebrations at the UN, Sadhguru led the celebrations and answered a lot of questions of the dignitaries there. Amongst the things he said some were:
If Yoga is Pure Science, Hinduism is the Application. If Yoga is Einstein, Hinduism is Steve Jobs. That is the relationship between the two. Yoga happens when there is no
Why Indian Supreme Court Interference in Hindu Traditions and Practices is Perfidious and Unacceptable!
In a rather bizarre scenario of State institutions ruling on Spiritual areas, Indian courts have started applying social constructs on areas that have Spiritual import and implications. In a world
“The Communists say that there are the only two means of establishing communism. The first is violence. Nothing short of it will suffice to break up the existing system. The
This post is part of a Patheos Symposium exploring the “Good” of each of our various traditions. At the outset, one needs to appreciate that the word “Religion” is related
Some weeks back we had discussed how political opposition to the ruling Government in India has metamorphosed into Anti-Hindu bigotry in India. (Delhi Elections: Is Self Righteous Anti-Hindu Bigotry the
Idols in the Hindu temples are not toys or statues. They are physical bodies which have been energized to vibrate in a certain way such that they impact everything around
8.7% of US adults – or 20.4 million – practice yoga. Another 44.4% of the US adults are “Aspirational Yogis” – those interested in trying yoga. Unfortunately, Yoga for almost