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5 Strange facts about peacocksFive fascinating Peacock facts
Peacocks are such beautiful and wonderful birds they are always seen as fascinating, here are five unknown fascinating peacock facts. Peacocks a...

Poverty & the Brain
A person can rise to the pinnacle of success from the depths of poverty. While this does occur, most understand that poverty presents a considerable o...

Madam Bhikaji Cama - The first person to hoist the Indian national flag on foreign soil
On August 22, 1907, Madam Bhikaji Cama became the first person to hoist Indian flag on foreign soil in Stuttgart in Germany. Appealing for hum...

How Hope Can Keep You Happier and Healthier
Hope can erode when we perceive threats to our way of life, and these days, plenty are out there. As we age, we may struggle with a tragic loss or chr...

Recall Your Dreams
Researchers don't know for sure why dreams are easily forgotten. Maybe we’re designed to forget our dreams because if we remembered them all, w...

Kathak & Gharanas
Dance as the narration of a magical story; that recites on lips, illuminate’s imaginations and embraces the most sacred depths of souls....

Rudraksha - A powerful symbol of Lord Shiva
What does Rudraksha symbolize? According to the ancient Vedic scriptures, Rudraksha Beads were formed from the tears (Aksha) of Lord Shiv...

Buddha – Manifestation of Silence
When Buddha got enlightened on the full moon day in the month of May, he kept silent. For a whole week he did not say a word. Mythology says that...

Significance of Shaving One's Head
Shaving the head or leaving the hair untouched comes into play on the spiritual path. Have you noticed, if you prune a tree, the tree...

Religious Faiths Are Interlinked By Ramadan, Passover, Easter
series of special religious observances - for Muslims, Christians and Jews - unfold in the coming two weeks, each the Koran, referring to t...

"Coffee" & Kaldi ( Ethiopian goatherd )
No one knows exactly how or when coffee was discovered, though there are many legends about its origin. Coffee grown worldwide can trace its...

Spiritual Meaning of Namaskar
The act of Namaskar means, “I bow to the divine in you.” In the Yogic culture, the practice of bowing down is given great significanc...

Charminar
"An amusing sight at the Charminar is that of a cat’s head seated on one of the arches to scare away rats that had once almost destroyed Hydera...

Anunnaki - The Ancient Gods of Sumer
The Anunnaki are a group of deities who appear in the mythological traditions of the ancient Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians, and Babylonians. In...

Your Third Eye - the gateway to higher consciousness.”
What Is Your Third Eye & What Does It Do? It is believed that the pineal gland, or third eye, supposedly allows people to connect the l...

Prayer Before Bed Is Great For Adults?
When you think of prayers before bed, you probably picture a young child kneeling by their bedside, asking the Lord to keep them safe as they drift of...

Instructions for Vaccination
Parkland Health & Hospital System Hub – Mega Drive-through Free COVID-19 Vaccination Information (A public service information collate...

The Three Main Nadis Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna
The Hatha Yoga tradition says that there are about 72,000 nadis (subtle channels of prana [energy]) that convey the life force in a human being. Ida, ...

Types of Samadhi
In the Yoga Sutras, distinctive descriptors are added to "samadhi, for example, "sabija", "asamprajnata" and so on. There are ten types of Samadh...

Samadhi and Mahasamadhi
In India, the word “samadhi” in common usage refers to a grave or a tombstone. When someone is buried in a place and some kind of monument...

Ancient beliefs behind Incense burning
In India, the main method of burning incense with agarbatti, commonly known in England as an incense stick. Incense sticks are bamboo sticks with past...

Is Bursting Firecrackers Really An Integral Part Of Diwali Tradition?
Well, the answer is complicated. Diwali is ‘essentially’ a festival of lights, but for decades, Indians have associated firecrackers with...

Eid al-Adha, the festival of sacrifice
It is said that Ibrahim experienced a dream one night, in which Allah told him to sacrifice Ismail, his beloved son. At first, Ibrahim believed...

Why do we apply haldi to the bride and groom before wedding?
The wedding season is here and there's a lot of excitement in the air. Indian weddings are full of many colourful and traditional rituals and ceremoni...

Role of karma in life
What Is Karma and How Does It Work? What you call as "my life" is a certain amount of energy controlled by a certain amount of informat...

Indian Customs 'Vs' Scientific Reasons
Traditions in Hinduism were considered mainly as superstitions, but with the advent of science, it is becoming evident that these traditions are based...

Shoonya maasam - The Zero Month
Each earth is administered by a Rishi, a highly advanced Spiritual Master. Our earth is being administered by Atri Maharshi, who is assisted by s...

Indian Statistics day
Statistics Day is aimed at sensitizing the public about how Statistics helps in shaping and framing policies. June 29, which is the birth d...

HONG KONG - DANGER YEARS AHEAD
Hong Kong is governed under the principle of "one country, two systems", under which China has agreed to give the region a high degree of autonomy and...

Shakuni - An evil character from the Ancient Indian epic
We often consider texts like Ramayana and Mahabharata as religious and sacred texts and that is why it is not surprising that we consider characters f...

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