Tag: religion

Unrelenting “Appeasement”

I think this post will irritate many readers and may provoke some… but so be it. Last Sunday, we were watching the “Neeya Naana” program on Vijay TV. Its a chat show that debates social issues. The topic of discussion for this episode was about the differences between […]

Book Review – Rearming Hinduism

This book’s title is misleading. It’s not about violently establishing Hinduism or taking up arms to defend it. Vamsee Juluri is a professor and brings data through his research rather than just his opinions to argue his case. This is a difficult book to read.. It’s almost like […]

Keep Converting

Ramakrishna Paramahamsa who lived a short luminous life of fifty years was born a Hindu Brahmin. Once he was enlightened, he lived a year as a Muslim and had visions of Prophet Mohammed and then lived a year or so as a Christian. His Maa Kali helped him […]

Loud religion

I have a loud voice, that gets louder as I get excited about something and it’s difficult not to add to the voice pollution. But I crave for silence, as noise disturbs me a great deal. I especially cannot understand the “loud” practise of religion and this seems […]

A Voice from Iran

Storytelling

In Dianes Kitchen

Recipes showing step by step directions with pictures and gadget reviews

Ramani's blog

Health Mantras Hinduism Research Global Hinduism History Science Vedic Tamil Texts

Forwards Only

It's time to finally reach it all

World Traveller

The most fascinating places every world traveller must visit.

dynastycrooks

To save India from the Dynasty, we must expose the Dynastycrooks among us.

Wandering Rani

My thoughts have travelled far

Mrinalini Raj

I LEAVE YOUR ROAD TO WALK ON MY GRASS.

Eat, Drink, Move (Repeat)

The Journey of a Lifetime...

Empty Nesters Travel Insights

Sharing travel experiences, life stories and great reads with fellow empty nesters

Masalachilli - A Celebration of Indian Vegetarian Cooking, with a twist!

A Celebration of Indian Vegetarian cooking, with a twist !

roads bel travelled

Exploring open roads without breaking the bank

One day at a time...

To stop a whirlwind.

Heuristics, Humor & a Heretic

Learnings & Leanings of an Executive Coach

Nilesh Nilkanth Oak

Ancient Indian History

GLOBAL HINDUISM

Hinduism related politics