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Hinduism and science

The relationship between Hinduism and science is very complex. Hinduism has no centralized authorities like other religions so clearly defined of such traits are hard to find. In the case of Hinduism, there are individual Hindu group may declare some statements but overall if we see and perceive the way Hinduism works it is for Continue Reading »

Travel to Alarnath

On one fine morning, Daddy told us to plan for a visit to Alarnath. It is plus 19 kilometers away from Puri and is famous during the period between Bath Festival of Lord Jagannath and world famous car festival. During this time fever catches Lord and then he takes rest for 14 days. During that Continue Reading »

Ethics in Management – Vedantic perspectives

I sometimes quote instances from the field of sports. In a cricket World Cup, praise was heaped on the Aussie player, Adam Gilchrist for “walking”. Some people say that it is the Umpire’s job to declare a batsman out or not out; it is within the fielding side’s rights to appeal and if the Umpire errs, Continue Reading »

How narendra nath datta converted to swami-vivekananda

Ramakrishna Paramahansha the saint was wondering nearby sea beach. He observed the cool breeze oozing out from the sea shore and that touched him before reaching out to hinterland. Sky was slightly dimmer with light with a purple patch meandering in the entire sky which symbolizes the end of today and now the night time Continue Reading »

Endeavors ever live. Memories never fade away.

Centuries of history have all mixed into a gigantic composite culture revolved around Jagannath-the Lord of the Universe. The preliminary references to Lord Jagannath are found in ancient literary works. According to Puranas Jagannath was preliminary worshipped by Shavars tribals of Southern Odisha. With due course of time the cult of Lord Jagannath assimilated and Continue Reading »

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