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6 Artistic Monuments In India That Will Leave You Awestruck (detechter.com)

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How Americans came to embrace meditation, and with it, Hinduism (Source: http://news.ufl.edu )

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This week marks the death anniversary of Mahesh Yogi, the Indian guru who brought transcendental meditation to the West in the sixties and became a spiritual teacher to The Beatles, comedian Jerry Seinfeld and countless other celebrities. Today, the legacy of the Maharashi, as he was popularly known, is evident in the widespread appreciation of meditation: Over 6 million people worldwide practice the technique the Maharishi introduced – transcendental meditation. An even larger number practice other forms. Health professionals and practitioners extol its many benefits, which range from anger management, lowered blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, reduced post-traumatic stress and...

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Dharma, the valid currency (TheHindu.com article)

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Dharma, the valid currency (TheHindu.com article) The crux of the human predicament is about choosing how to act in various situations one confronts in life where the paths of dharma and adharma lie ahead. Dhritarashtra is afflicted by sleeplessness and Vidhura is called to offer advice that would set him at rest. Vidhura tells Dhritarashtra that to sleep well in the night, one has to strive during day. This is symbolic of the human situation where one’s present actions and behaviour is responsible for one’s future life, since the next janma is a certainty and not mere conjecture, pointed out...

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Does Hinduism have anything to say about mind, perception and cognition?( Source: www.dailyo.in)

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Source: www.dailyo.in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism give as much value to cognition as Judaism, Christianity and Islam give to commandments. This can be seen as the fundamental difference between the two. The former speak about how we perceive the world, and how we can change our perception of the world; the latter speaks of how we are supposed to behave in the world. The word "spirituality", which is about self-discovery leans towards the former, and the word "religion", which is about social engineering leans towards the latter. Read more at   Does Hinduism have anything to say about mind, perception and cognition?...

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The 4 Essential Goals of Hindu Life (Source: beliefnet.com)

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The 4 Essential Goals of Hindu Life What are these goals, and what do they mean? Artha  Artha is the Sanskrit word for “abundance” or “success.” Artha is associated with the householder stage of a Hindu man’s life. This time begins when a man marries and continues until his first grandchild is born. During his time as a householder, a Hindu man is supposed to focus on providing for his family. Artha, to both Hindu men and women, deals with material and monetary abundance. Hindus do not look down at monetary gain or a person’s ethical attempts to increase their...

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