Essay on Hinduism

The Bagavad Gita: Q & A

In refusing to fight, what is Arjuna calling into question? Arjuna is troubled by various facets of his war mission. The first and foremost is the killing of his kin and kith. Across the battle line in Kurukshetra stand his cousins, uncles and former gurus. How heartless one needs to be to be able to […]

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Kedarnath – College

Kedarnath Kedarnath is on the bank of the Mandakini River between Gangotri and Badrinath. As the crow flies Kedarnath is only 42km from Badrinath. Over 100,000 pilgrims come here each year. It is believed that Sankaracharya passed away here about 820 AD. Kedareswar Siva is the presiding deity. Behind the Kedarnath temple is an impressive […]

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Ram Mandir and Babri Masjid Issue

The Ayodhya issue is a political, historical and socio-religious debate. The controversial issue of Ram Janambhoomi and Babri Masjid has always been a big influence on Indian politics for several decades. The disputed land at Ayodhya in Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh has always played major role in disturbing the communal harmony of India. Ayodhya […]

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Mobile Advantages and Disadvantages

India – the land of festivals! I n today’s world, there is so much of monotony and pressure in everyone’s life that every once in a while we all want to escape from it, and what better way to do so other than celebrating festivals. In fact our happiest childhood memories are more often than […]

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Arya Samaj

CHAPTER-III THE ARYA SAMAJ AS A MOVEMENT Every religious movement aims at not only initiating a spiritual awakening but also reforming the contemporary society by trying to remove ignorance,superstitions,doubts and dogmas from the minds of people,thus ushering in a new kind of religious renaissance. In this respect,the Arya Samaj,as a religious movement,did not fall far […]

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Character of Lakshman

Lakshmana is the twin brother of Shatrughna, born in Ayodhya to Sumitra, the third wife of Dasharatha, king of Kosala. Thus, Rama is the eldest, Bharata is the second, Lakshmana is the third, and Shatrughna is the youngest of the four brothers. Despite being the twin of Shatrughna, Lakshmana is specially attached to Rama, and […]

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Swami Vivekananda

English: This is a manuscript of an English poetry written by Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902). The full poetry is: The mother’s heart, the hero’s will, The sweetness of the southern breeze, The sacred charm and strength that dwell On Aryan altars, flaming, free; All these be yours, and many more No ancient soul could dream before […]

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Pensive Bodhisattva

The Seated Maitreya statue is one of the many prominent Korean most respected artistic religious icons. The value of this sculptural work is amazing and sensational, cast in early 17th century, the statue is profoundly and elegantly associated interpretation of Buddhist principles of calm, silence and concern that leads to illumination. This statue, though in […]

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Thane Fort to the Thane Central Jail

THANE FORT TO THE THANE CENTRAL JAIL: A TRANSITION AND PRESENT SITUATION – VAIBHAV D. ADHYARU K. V. PENDHARKAR COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE, DOMBIVLI, MAHARASHTRA, India. THANE FORT TO THE THANE CENTRAL JAIL: A TRANSITION AND PRESENT SITUATION The existence of Thane city appears in the global history since the 9thcentury A. D. Thane […]

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Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

It is a cosmic organization. And it is an organization by the people, of the people and for the people. It is absolutely organic and existential. It is basically built on the very need of the existence. I strongly believe that the very need of the existence has to be the need of every individual. […]

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India’s Business Environment

INDIA BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT -Introduction: India with its consistent progression and adequate profoundly skilled manpower delivers outstanding prospects for investments. India is the most populous democracy and tenth most significant economy in the world. India is the 4th most extensive economy all over the world when it comes to purchasing power parity. India features a federal […]

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Maharani Gayatri Devi

She died on 29 July 2009 in Jaipur, at the age of 90. She was suffering from paralytic ileus and lung infection[3]. | [edit] Early life Gayatri Devi as a child Her father, Prince Jitendra Narayan of Cooch Behar, West Bengal, was the younger brother of the Yuvraja (Crown Prince). Her mother was Princess Indira […]

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Henry Louis Vivian Derozio

In his poem To My Native Land he wrote: “| My Country! In the days of Glory PastA beauteous halo circled round thy brow And worshiped as deity thou wast, Where is that Glory, where is that reverence now? | ”| Early life he son of Francis Derozio, he was born at Entally-Padmapukur in Kolkata […]

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Tourism in India

Tourism in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Every year, more than 3 million tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Tso Moriri Lake, Ladakh Tourism in India is a large industry. The World Travel and Tourism Council calculated that tourism generated $121 billion or 6. 4% of the […]

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Sati System

Abetment of Sati, including coercing or forcing someone to commit Sati can be punished by death sentence or life imprisonment, while glorifying Sati is punishable with 1-7 years in prison. Within the Indian culture, the highest ideal for a woman are virtue, purity, and allegiance to her husband. This custom in which a woman burns […]

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The Worst Type of Hypocrite Is a Religious Hypocrite

With a plethora of different ethnicities in the world, religious hypocrites plays a role in superior vs. inferior, preaching about converting and changing with time. Religious differences have inspired many wars throughout history, with each side believing their God or gods will carry them to victory. Some of this opposition continues from ancient times to […]

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Punjabi Culture

Culture: The word culture has many different meanings. For some it refers to an appreciation of good literature, music, art, and food However, for anthropologists and other behavioral scientists, culture is the full range of learned human behavior patterns. The term was first used in this way by the pioneer English Anthropologist Edward B. Tylor in his book, Primitive […]

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Sikhism In Canada

Eventually, to decrease the number of Sikhs entering Canada, a law was formed in 1908 stating that each Sikh must pay a fee of $200 before entering our country: “From 2,623 immigrants allowed into Canada in 1907, only 6 were allowed in 1908. ” (Brar 1) this was an unexpected, dramatic decrease that affected the […]

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Sati – 476 words – College

The British were overstepping their rights by abolishing Sati, they were completely biased in their opinion toward them. Sati has been around for centuries more than the British East India Company (BECK). The BECK has never meddled with their practice before, so what is it that sparked their sudden interest? The Hindus are positive that […]

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Vraj – 383 words – College

1. ‚?o?Y?[The Vedas are the authentic and authoritative books of ancient Indian society andreligion. There are 4 Vedas – Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharva Veda. The verses of the Vedas are called Mantras. In the Veda Mantras, there is sometimes incantation (hymns of praise) and sometimes prayer. Sometimes there is a description […]

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Does Akbar deserve the title ‘Great’

Something right a t the start of his reign may be considered great. Akbar was only 13 when he became emperor in 1556. This I think is great because he was so young. Another thing that was great was, from the beginning Akbar had to fight to stay in power. There was rebellion from his […]

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