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Gathering Nectar

Totally looks like

A picture of the sun shows the solar attributes of Jagannath, the Lord of the World.

Hindu 2.0

The Different Types of Yoga

An interesting take on the types of yoga, from Sadhguru. Taken from Isha Blog, with permission. Questioner: Sadhguru, there are so many different types of yoga. How do I know which kind of yoga is best for me? Sadhguru: Right now, the only things which are in your experience are your body, your mind, and [Read More...]

The White Hindu

Change In Posts for January

I’m going to be doing a lot of traveling in January so I’ve decided not to try to do posts as regularly next month as I usually do. It’s been over two years on this blog that I’ve been updating nearly six days a week. Pretty amazing I think! I didn’t know I was going to [Read More...]

Drishtikone

How Delhi’s heart mocks Secular ideals in India

Bodhan was a Hindu Saint.  A renunciate.  He lived in the kingdom of Sikander Lodhi.  In his great Secular moment, the renunciate said - Islam and Hindu Dharma are both equally acceptable to God if followed with sincerity.  Very secular and very fair it would seem to many.  However, Sikander Lodhi had him burnt alive.  Because [Read More...]

Seeking Shanti

Race, Religion & Human RIghts

Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Public Square 2014 Summer Series: Conversations on Religious Trends. Read other perspectives from the Patheos community here.  This summer has been one of ups and downs, showcasing the critical relationship between race, religion and the struggle for human rights. My summer began with a workshop in June: along with about 150 [Read More...]

God in the Age of Kali

Tyagaraja: The Poet Saint

Tyagaraja's music is indeed divine, and he not only wrote lovingly about his chosen deity, Sri Rama, but wrote more than a dozen songs on the nature and beauty of spiritual music.

Meditation for Life

Out with the Old

The miracle of recapitulation is that it creates a natural current of self-awareness that can bring transformation all by itself.

Religion and Ethics Newsweekly on Vishnu

Watch Vishnu on PBS. See more from Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly.

Sacred Bodies of Water

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