Ram- as Maryada Purushottama- is the very embodiment of Dharm, in every stage of his life.
The Indic view of the making and sharing of food.
This case study highlights the criticality of engaging with original Indian texts and more importantly, knowledge of संस्कृतम् so that more Indian scholars and intellectuals can evaluate claims, analyze evidence and figure out the truth.
Shalini Mahapatra tells us the story behind Apsara Kunda- involving Shiva, Parvati and the beautiful Apsara Tilottama.
Karnāṭaka saṅgīta is popular in all the five major states of south India, and not just in the state of Karnataka. So naturally the question arises – Where is Karnataka in Karnāṭaka saṅgīta?
The roots of Holi as a pan-India Hindu festival celebrating spring (Vasantotsava) and love (Kaamotsava), since ancient times.
Dharmic texts do not recognize the modern bifurcation of mere sexual intercourse vs. marriage. Instead, it perceives sexual intercourse, which happens out of love and sexual desire as a form of marriage and calls it Gandharva marriage.
In Part 3 of the series we will try to answer the question central to any discussion on abortion: When does the Jiva enter the fetus?
An article that explains the intricacies in the story of Gajendra Moksha and the deep philosophy behind them.
The significance of the Bhakti movement in BhārataVarśa is the shattering of beliefs that religion and God belonged to certain groups in the demography. It is believed that, in today’s Cosmic era, named KaliyugaA, an intense unconditional love for the Supreme takes one closer to godhead much more effectively than rituals, sacrifices and yagyās