Commemorating Beparwah Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj on His 126th Incarnation Day ‘Anami-e-Sai’ Diwas
Mahak Aa Rahi Hai, Fizan Bhi Gaa Rahi Hai.. Nache Dharti, Naache Ambar, Rabbi Jot Pargata Rahi Hai..
(The fragrance of spirituality is wafting, the environs are singing the songs of God, the heavens, the skies and the earth dance in celebration, as the divine light incarnates.)
Hordes dancing in joy, their faces radiating happiness, crowds immersed in selfless love for God, dancing without a pause, all that goes beyond of the worldly [...]
All Hindu people know about Ravana, Rama, Sita. Ravana is better known and remembered as the demon king who kidnapped Sita whom Rama defeated and killed, in a battle fought at Lanka and in India his decease is celebrated as Dussehra or Vijayadashami to commemorate the triumph of good over evil. But the King Ravana was much more than that according to some sagas.
Ravana is also worshipped as a God in few sects. There are several places in India and Sri Lanka where Ravana is worshiped. In Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh there is a huge Shivalinga supposedly installed by Ravana himself. Both Shivalinga and Ravana are worshiped by the fishermen community [...]
‘Do you all remember how beautiful and safe a place Brussels was. Not anymore, it is from a different world! U.S. must be vigilant and smart!’ wrote Donald Trump on Twitter and suddenly #StopIslam starts trending on Twitter. The internet has been awashed with a hackneyed cliché amid the horrific terrorist attacks around the globe; and what is fueling the fire of hatred is Islamophobia as sadly most of these terrorist attacks belong to Muslims.
Each moment that an act of shooting or terror occurs, Muslims carefully watch the information with intense trepidation praying the defendant isn’t Muslim. This [...]
For centuries, river Ganges has been revered in India. It is not only regarded highly as Mother Goddess Ganga in Hindu mythology, but has found special significance in almost all the religions. Yet it continues to be in a dilapidated state with it being used as a means of washing away dirty, toxic and chemical waste from factories.
Sewage, dead bodies, animal and human excreta – all find their way into the Ganga, so much so that the word holy in its case has become an oxymoron. No doubt, a number of initiatives have been undertaken to clean the river but all failed to deliver desired results.
There is so much noise [...]