A Tribute To Ram Thakur

Bengal has been blessed with many mystic saints, yogi and spiritual teachers from time to time. Shri Shri Ram Thakur or Ramchandra Chakraborty was one of them. He was born in a Hindu Brahmin Bidyalankar family at Dingamanik in Faridpur…

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Hare Krishna Mahamantra and Its History

Hare Krishna mahamantra (Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare.) is a Vaishnava mantra.  This mantra is the best of all which Sanatan Hindus chant to express thier love or to…

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Harichand and His Matua Mission

Shri Shri Harichand Thakur was a great spiritual leader of Bengal. He initiated a new concept or philosophy of spiritual liberation named Matuaism. He worked hard throughout his life to establish his Matuaism. Now Harichand and his Matua mission is…

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Spiritual war in scripture

Indian mythological stories or Hindu mythological stories cannot be thought without warfare. Most of these wars or battles were driven with the purpose of good triumphing over evil. The major Hindu gods and goddesses including Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva and Divine…

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Music and myth

Music is an important element in Sanatan Hinduism. It (music) is an inseparable part of prayer in this ancient religion. Music, musicians and different types of musical instruments have a great influence on the devotees and believers of all sects…

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Few words for fasting

Fasting means to go without food and/or drink for a period of time. In Sanatan Hinduism fasting is related to some religious rituals. As per different Sanatan Hindu scriptures, fasting should be observed on different auspicious occasions such as Ekadashi…

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Bio diversity and some beliefs

Bio diversity refers to the variety of living organisms including ecosystems, plants, animals, their habitats and genes. Bio diversity is fundamental to life on this planet. God has created millions of species of plants, animals and microorganisms, the enormous diversity…

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Enlightening the entire life

“Energy can be transformed (changed from one form to another), but in can neither be created nor destroyed.” Hinduism does not deny this truth. Sanatan Hindus worship Shakti (energy) in the form of Great Goddess or Divine Mother. The devotees…

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Vogue of vegetarianism

‘Veg’, ‘Non-veg’, ‘Vegetarian’, ‘Vegetarianism’ etc. words are frequently heard nowadays. A growing trend towards ‘Vegetarianism’ are seen among the health conscious people around the world. The dieticians and physicians are now suggesting the new generation to concentrate on their daily…

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Happy New Year

Everything new and auspicious is welcomed by Hinduism. The ancient Hindu sages showed their regular respects to the rising sun. To welcome a new born baby we blow conch-shell. Our women raise uluddhani (sound raised by Hindu women by the…

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