Religious Gurus

We are not born environmental sinners – Insights Magazine

Signs and Wonders: Dispatches from a Time of Beauty and Loss, Delia Falconer, Scribner. Crimes Against Nature: Capitalism and Global Warming, Jeff Sparrow, Scribe. The title of Delia Falconer’s book refers to the current ecological crises, and to the fact that, as she says, paying attention to the world around …

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Bad Vegan is a wild crime tale for an age of misinformation

For more than a decade, Sarma Melngailis was known as the patroness of vegan haute cuisine. Capitalizing on the rise of the wellness industry, exclusivity in fine dining, business skills learned at the Wharton School and Bear Stearns at the University of Pennsylvania, and perhaps her beauty, the restaurateur has …

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The Third Great Awakening? | WORLD

According to Britain daily mail, there is apparently a Third Great Awakening in Progress. Like the previous two, it has a certain popular appeal. Unlike them, however, he replaced the idiom of old-time religion and the tent-preaching of revivalists with those of self-help and Internet postings with self-help gurus. As …

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Swarna Swar Bharat goes beyond the realms of mere entertainment and achieves self-actualization – Kailash Kher

India is a land of deeply rooted traditions and values ​​whose cultural significance dates back thousands of years. These cultures have been kept alive over the years through several devotional songs sung over the generations. To preserve this tradition and introduce it to the new generation, legends of the world …

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Social justice prevails when caste is rendered irrelevant and harmony is ensured

Last year, international cricketer Suresh Raina was trolled for saying in the context of Chennai’s cultural milieu that “he was a Brahmin”. In another incident last year, Indian star Ravindra Jadeja was bombarded with polarized responses when he posted online: ‘Rajput Boy, Forever’. At first glance, an individual claiming to …

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Desert roses will soon win your heart | gardening tips

IIt’s always fascinating to me as a botanist that, of the estimated 400,000 plant species on Earth, humans have become so obsessed with a certain number. We have spent generations ingeniously cultivating them in new ways and have devoted millions of acres of land and untold resources to growing them, …

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On Ramakrishna Jayanti, take a look at some of his quotes which are essential life lessons

Ramakrishna Paramahansa Jayanti 2022 Ramakrishna Paramahansa was one of the greatest spiritual gurus and philosophers of pre-independent India. Born as Gadhadhar Chattopadhyay in 1836, Ramakrishna Paramhansa garnered tremendous support and admiration from those who sought spiritual enlightenment. And among them was Narendranath Dutta, world famous as Swami Vivekanandawho established the …

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Jain group seeks Center’s approval to travel to Pakistan

As Indo-Pakistani tensions and the closure of the post– covid Blocking all religious pilgrimages between the two countries, a group of 22 members of the Jain faith have appealed to the Home Ministry to allow them to travel to Pakistan to visit a shrine which has been restored after decades. …

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The beautiful, barely-known seaside village that has been named one of the best places to live in the UK

As the hottest months of the year are fast approaching and spring is fast approaching, tempers are starting to drift away. Many people in London were finally able to go abroad for a summer holiday in 2021, which for many was their first since 2019. As Covid restrictions start to …

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A yogi made me do it! Why the story of a manipulative guru in the NSE scam lacks credibility

“The devil made me do it” is a child’s excuse for bad behavior. Former NSE CEO Chitra Ramkrishna has sought to justify wrongdoing by shifting responsibility to a “higher” power. The claim that she had no agency and was the innocent dupe of a manipulative guru lacks credibility. The degree …

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How to Connect to Your Higher Self and Improve Your Life

Grasping the notion of a “higher self” can seem like a tricky exercise, a challenge best suited to meditators and spiritual gurus. But it’s not as esoteric and abstract as it sounds – and the life-changing rewards for those who learn how to access it are countless and priceless. “You …

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After the Muslim hijab, the Kirpan of the Sikhs surfaces in India

After the hijab controversy in the Indian state of Karnataka, another dispute erupted over the kirpan (sword or dagger) of Sikhs in the provincial assembly elections held in various parts of the country. The minority Sikh community was barred from entering polling stations by police officers wearing kirpans. In one …

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“In Sikh-dominated Punjab, communal politics has no takers”

CHANDIGARH/ INDIA: Almost 75 years ago, when India and Pakistan broke free from the British, large swaths of the Punjab province across the newly created borders witnessed bloody riots between Sikhs and Muslims, forcing the one of the greatest migrations in history. The scale of the animosity and riots was …

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Yati Narsinghanand released from prison on bail and given a heroic welcome

Yati Narasinghan and Saraswati (Photo-Twitter) Haridwar: The head priest of Dasna Devi temple in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, Yati Narsinghanand, was released on bail on Thursday February 17. He spent about a month behind bars. He was arrested on January 15 in connection with the Haridwar hate speech case. At the …

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Religious leaders demand Mamata Banerjee’s ‘intervention’ in hijab row

Religious leaders in Kolkata, who transcend religious denominations and work closely together on community harmony issues, have sought West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s “intervention” in the hijab issue. The Dharmik Jana Morcha, a platform that has been in existence for more than two years and which brings together more …

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UAPA filed against Dawood Ibrahim and D-Company

An NIA official said the names of Dawood Ibrahim and his associates were mentioned in the FIR filed by the NIA and that the agency will review cases relating to Company D. NIA files complaint against UAPA against fugitive Dawood Ibrahim and others On Monday, after a nod from the …

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Punjab polls: Politicians of all colors are knocking on deras’ doors

Sant Niranjan Das looks kindly on his faithful. The 81-year-old is the head of Dera Sachkhand, Ballan, one of the largest religious centers in Jalandhar region. He sometimes lends an ear to those who seek his advice, but speaks little. Armed police on dera premises keep watch and hymn singers …

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February 12, 2022 horoscope for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs

RAM Today is a good day for you, and your hard work professionally could pay off. You may be able to focus well and finish your task ahead of schedule, which could boost your self-esteem. You can also expect several short work-related excursions, which could benefit your network in the …

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Dalit or Christian? Caught between two identities in Punjab

“Hallelujah! “, “Bole So Nihal”. The two slogans have often been raised together at rallies during the ongoing election campaign in Gurdaspur, the district with the largest Christian population in the state. However, recognition during campaigns aside, the Christian community of Punjab, which has a significant presence in the pockets …

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How sovereign citizen extremism may have captured the attention of SC residents

CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – Police are still investigating after two people linked to the “Sovereign Citizens Movement” were found dead in an apartment on Wednesday. Goose Creek PD: Mount Pleasant dentist found dead in apartment was member of ‘potential religious cult’ The so-called “sovereign citizens” believe they are immune from …

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When Lata Mangeshkar Said She Wasn’t ‘Too Sure’ If Her Legacy Would Continue

Bharat Ratna recipient Lata Mangeshkar breathed her last on Sunday, February 6, after a long battle with COVID-19. The legendary singer died in a hospital in Mumbai due to multiple organ failure, her sister Usha Mangeshkar and the doctors treating her have informed. The ‘Queen of Melody’ has given Indian …

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Prayagraj: Kalpwasis in Magh Mela spreading a message of social harmony and equality

PRIYAGRAJ: Thousands of Kalpwasis camping in the tents of their ‘gurus’—the seers under whom they took diksha—not only practice their religious rituals, but also uphold the age-old tradition of social equality and harmony during the 47 Days of Magh Mela-2022. In the tents of the seers, devotees of different castes …

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All roads lead to Deras

Chandīgarh: Elections come and all roads in Punjab seem to lead to the Deras – (religious sects) – with candidates of all hues, regardless of affiliation, seeking blessings for their political sleeves. Incidentally, there are hundreds of Deras in the state who are widely accepted due to deep-rooted social inequalities …

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Regulate the metaverse

It’s a term on the tip of everyone’s tongue and yet still a concept that lacks a clear definition. It’s an idea that has captured the brightest minds of the biggest tech companies – Apple, Metanee Facebook, Microsoft – and yet no one really knows what it will be. It …

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Concerns about increasing hate speech and judicial inaction

In the aftermath of the 2019 general election, the country was hit with a tirade of hate speech. From the Tablighi Jamaat incident to the communalization of civil services to the Sulli Accords and Bulli bai applications, there hasn’t been a month since 2020 where communal forces haven’t raked in …

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Dylan Alcott slammed tennis’ wheelchair athlete pay gap

Our new Aussie of the Year Dylan Alcott used his platform to draw attention to the pay disparity between the singles division and the wheelchair division at a time when the mainstream is actually hyping up wheelchair tennis. This year, the Australian Open has not even publicly disclosed how much …

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Hillsong founder’s daughter defends dodgy Long Rant youth camp

Hillsong royalty Laura Togs, who is the daughter of the founder Brian Houston, uploaded a lengthy Instagram rant directed at the media for *daring* to report on the church’s dodgy youth camp. Because apparently reporting potential violations of public health orders is “unfair.” Two weeks ago, Hillsong Youth Camp came …

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Recovering historical heritage is at the heart of the national agenda – The Dispatch

Celebrating 75 years of independence can therefore be transformed into a historic event by taking more such measures in order to establish the right national and historical narrative on our civilizational journey, bearing in mind that the recovery of the heritage history is now our central national programme. Prime Minister …

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Young sighted people organize camps in Magh Mela and hold speeches online | Allahabad News

Prayagraj: They don’t have management degrees under their belt, but young saints and seers, camping at Magh Mela on the sandy expanse of the river Ganges, are experts in running activities in huge ashrams and camps, visited daily by thousands of devotees, in true “Guru-Shishya parampara” (tradition taught by teachers). …

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REPORT: Oregon Ducks football offensive lineman Logan Sagapolu enters transfer portal

Oregon freshman offensive lineman Logan Sagapolu reportedly entered the transfer portal, as first reported by Duck Territory. Sagapolu spent two years in Eugene but never appeared in a match. The Lehi, Utah native was a three-star Skyridge High School prospect and chose the Ducks over BYU, Hawaii, Arizona, Utah and …

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British Sikhs repel anti-India forces, pass resolution thanking PM Modi | Latest India News

Prime Minister Modi hailed the contributions of Sikh gurus at an event in Gujarat last month. Earlier in January, he announced that December 26 will be celebrated as “Veer Baal Diwas” from 2022. It will be a tribute to the bravery and martyrdom of the sons of Guru Gobind Singh, …

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EXCLUSIVE: My search for love ended with Parveen Dusanj, opens Kabir Bedi

Free thought. Free spirit. Free love. Kabir Bedi was associated with the cultural counterpart of the flower power movement that seduced the West in the late 1960s. Embracing his social and sexual liberation, Kabir and his wife Protima Gauri were among the earliest converts in India. Although their open marriage …

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Mask lawsuit filed, mask warrant update, Omaha baby elephant

Culxr House: Summer of Freedom by Marcey Yates & XOBOI Omaha Musicians and Trendsetters Open Up on the local outings they loved last year. By Sam Crisler and the music gurus of the metro area. Posted in The reader. RCheck out Moore’s daily recap Good day of poetic breakRoses are …

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Sikh body in UK condemns breach of security for Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy was blocked for 15-20 minutes due to a roadblock in Ferozepur, Punjab London: The UK-based British Sikh Association has condemned the security breach that occurred during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ferozepur in Punjab earlier this week. “The Prime Minister is a democratically elected …

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Date, meaning and everything on the 356th Prakash Parv

Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti 2022: The anniversary celebration of the 10th Sikh Guru – Guru Govind Singh Ji, will be celebrated on January 9, 2022. As it is said to be one of the most important observances for Sikhs across the world, Guru Govind Singh Jayanti, also known as Gurpurab …

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Kejriwal government of Aam Aadmi party will make Punjab peaceful, happy and prosperous: Raghav Chadha

The leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and co-head of Punjab affairs, Raghav Chadha, blamed the Congressional government for Punjab’s lax security system and called the Channi government a very weak and unnecessary government. He claimed that the Congressional government had completely failed to protect the people of the …

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Supreme Court must address Haridwar hate speech

In the holy land of Haridwar, saffron-clad people pretending to be holy men staged a “Dharam Sansad” between December 17 and 20, 2021, where they allegedly spat venom against Muslims and called for genocide. They saw Muslims as a threat to the existence of Hindus and advocated arming Hindus with …

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A dharma that calls for violence is not a dharma at all

We should have gotten used to random groups or individuals spitting venom out every time they opened their mouths. Vile language is not the product of feverish spirits. Nor does it emerge from the fringes of Indian politics. It is part of a political language used for political purposes, mobilization, …

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The Warkari Dindi sculpture at Juhu Circle that caught the attention of CM

Almost two years ago, artist Raju Bind received an unusual call. It was from the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray. Thackeray had seen the sculpture “Warkari dindi” at Juhu’s circle on a trip and it had marked him. Bind has been summoned. He said that an impressed Shiv Sena …

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The first rationalist Buddhist text? – Global Buddhist

Kasariya Stupa in Bihar, where the Buddha is said to have exhibited the Kalama Sutta. From inexplorévihar.blogspot.com the Kalama Sutta is part of Anguttara Nikaya from Sutta Pitaka. The Buddha explained this sutta to a group of people known as the Kalamas. To this day, it is interpreted as a …

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Before all the memories fade away

VIEW FROM THE GALLERY BY MAHMUD JEGA A family doctor came to my house recently, armed with a laptop, with a medical app that I had never seen before. He clamped a clip that was hooked to the laptop on my thumb. He then pulled out a dozen statistics on …

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Do not search: who are the characters based on

President Orleans de Streep similarly merges elements of other political figures from all walks of life, as she was seen in a photograph hugging former President Bill Clinton and somewhat copying his folkloric mannerism. , to her often-discussed smoking habit, which she initially tried to hide on the political campaign …

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Farmers Agitation Social Media Post: Kangana Ranaut Visited Khar Police Station to Record Statement

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut visited Khar police station on Thursday morning to record his statement in a case related to alleged derogatory remarks she allegedly made on a social media platform regarding farmers’ protests . A First Information Report (FIR) was registered against her for allegedly hurting the feelings of …

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Determine our national vision

What is our highest common ideal? Can we deny the thousands of years of continuous Vedic Bharatiya civilization of Sanatana-dharma, and that of the era of Ramayan, Mahabharat, Buddha, Mahavir, Shankara, gurus, Vivekananda, etc. the rule, despite which our culture still survives, and we have assimilated and learned from other …

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Define and mute the narrative around the lynching

One of the terms that a section of the Indian media filled up after 2014 was “lynching”. In the United States, the term is associated with the inhumane beatings and murders of African Americans by white supremacists, including those belonging to racist organizations like the Ku-Klux-Klan (KKK), especially during the …

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The Dhaka Gurdwara Hunt: La Tribune India

Lt Gen KJ Singh (ret’d) The reign of terror and tyranny unleashed by General Tikka Khan, military governor, and his predecessors, such as Lieutenant General Yaqub Ali Khan, targeted minorities in the former East Pakistan. They triggered the wanton destruction of historic Sikh shrines. These gurdwaras had appeared following the …

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Is Your Brain Really Spiritual?

The most spiritually intense life experiences have the capacity to momentarily remove a person from the realm of time and space. It is inevitable that people will want to be in pursuit of a spirituality which not only brings harmony and serenity to the soul, but also enlightenment of the …

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After Ganga, Yamuna and Saryu will become pollution-free

The Saryu and the Yamuna are all on the verge of becoming pollution-free as the drains that flow into these rivers have been tapped. Drains falling into Yamuna and Saryu have been exploited After Namami’s success Ganges in Kanpur and Varanasi, the Saryu to Ayodhya, and the Yamuna in Vrindavan …

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Temples in Bihar will also be subject to tax

Taxation on temples infuriated Bihar devotees Bihar government decision on temples is all the rage among worshipers In a shocking decision taken by the Bihar State Council of Religious Trust, the temples of Bihar will have to register and pay 4% as a tax on total income. This includes temples …

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Gurdwaras named after trees: The Tribune India

Of all the Sikh religious places, many are named after trees such as mulberry, jujube, shisham, and banyan, among others. Sikhism has a deep esteem and affinity for the environment where air, water, and soil have been equated with teacher, father, and mother, respectively. Likewise, gurdwaras named after trees are …

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News Office | ILLINOIS

Technology is an integral part of life in India. For example, street vendors and rickshaws use cell phones, the internet, and Aadhar cards – 12-digit identification numbers assigned to each citizen on the basis of their biometrics and demographics. However, charismatic gurus and superstition still thrive in India. In the …

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Sympathy weakens our democracy | Herald of the Deccan

Democracy is deceptively simple in form and appearance, but complex and complex in its actual manifestation. The point is that democracy, when improperly practiced, becomes worse than dictatorship or totalitarianism. Its essence will be lost if it is not treated with sensitivity. As a nation, we are proud to proclaim …

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A review of Sahana Singh’s book on Indian educational heritage

Among the reasons why we may have collectively lost respect and commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, there is an amalgamation between the study of even temporal subjects and religious rites. Another – and sadder – is the trivialization of the depth of our knowledge system with facts gathered from …

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Stream these 15 titles before they leave Netflix in December

‘Magnolia’ (Dec. 31) With “Licorice Pizza” in theaters across the country this month, it’s a good time to revisit that earlier effort by writer and director Paul Thomas Anderson, another of his dizzying explorations of colorful characters and emotional crises in the San Fernando Valley. Borrowing Robert Altman’s model of …

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Faith and sport – BusinessWorld Online

FREEPIK One of the unexpected but nonetheless welcome benefits of staying home due to the pandemic is the free time available for other family members to enjoy certain nooks and crannies of your home that you have taken for granted. to reflect on your life and raise fundamental questions such …

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Pandemic Catalyzes Growth of CNG Crematoriums, But Delhi Goes Back to Traditional Methods | Latest Delhi News

Subsequent waves of the Covid-19 pandemic propelled alternative cremation methods to the forefront in the city earlier this year, but demand for CNG and electric crematoriums declined dramatically in the following months as people returned. traditional wood-based cremations. Delhi previously only had two CNG crematoria – at Nigambodh Ghat and …

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Wildbuzz | The Baaz, from prince to poor

It would involve a feat of extraordinary diligence to unearth another species that could rival the accumulated obscurity on the charismatic around the wood pigeons (baaz) after the score. One species which has found a rich resonance in the religious / cultural life and noble courts of the subcontinent has …

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Horoscope Today, November 27, 2021: Check the astrological prediction for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer and other signs

Read your horoscope predictions to find out what the stars have in store for you today: RAMThe health of your mothers can be good today. You can enjoy your work, you can get rewards after your hard work. your social respect can be increased now. Overworking your mind can tire …

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Why a “campaign against conversion” in Karnataka rekindled the Veerashaiva-Lingayat division

File photo of All India Veerashaiva Mahasabha National President Shamanur Shivashankarappa | Communal room Text size: A- A + Bangalore: The All India Veerashaiva Mahasabha (AIVM) – the largest religious congregation in the Veerashaiva Lingayat community in the country – has decided to launch a campaign against religious conversion. In …

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10 things to know about the Sikh guru

Guru Tegh Bahadur (April 18, 1621 – November 24, 1675) was the ninth of the ten gurus of Sikhism. On November 24, 1675, Guru Teg Bahadur was publicly executed by order of Aurangzeb while opposing religious persecution. Guru Tegh Bahadur’s day of martyrdom is also celebrated as Shaheedi Divas every …

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Sikh pilgrims flock to Gurdwara Punja Sahib to pay homage to Guru Nanak – Journal

TAXILA: Sikh pilgrims from around the world traveled to Gurdwara Punja Sahib in Hassanabdal on Sunday to perform rituals on the 552nd anniversary of the birth of Baba Guru Nanak Dev, founder of the Sikh religion. About 3,000 pilgrims came from India. Religious slogans including Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa …

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Ministry of Telecommunications Publishes Notice to Promote Safe Online Transactions, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi: With an exponential increase in online transactions via mobile phones, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has issued a notice promoting “safe and best practices”. With the increase in online transactions, the risks of falling into the trap of fraudsters have become a major concern for the end user. …

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Authorization of Indian wheat for Afghanistan, reopening of Kartarpur. Is Peace in the Mind of Pakistan?

Kartarpur Sahib gurudwara in Pakistan | Photo: Praveen Jain | The imprint Text size: A- A + Is Is there a risk of peace breaking out between India and Pakistan? The 4.7 km long Kartarpur Sahib corridor that connects Dera Baba Nanak in the Punjab to the Sikh shrine in …

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The saga of the “false gods” of India

The saga of India’s “false divine men” Criminal convictions do not deter followers Society November 15, 2021 Babas like Asaram Bapu (left) and Ram Rahim (right) have been charged with crimes including rape, murder and money laundering Despite the convictions of several “false gurus” for violent crimes such as murder …

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Feds finally listen to intersex Americans

By Brynn Tannehill | FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia – LGBTQ + leaders, the public, media and Democratic officials need to consider what the self-proclaimed “Gender Critical” movement is (that is, TERF, or “Trans-Exclusionary Radical”). Feminist). This is not a bunch of people who just have “reasonable concerns” or who just think …

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What Prime Minister Modi said to Kedarnath

PM Modi is in Kedarnath today. After visiting Jyotirlinga Shrine and executing Aarti, Prime Minister Modi proceeded to unveil the statue and reconstruct the Samadhi of Adi Shankaracharya near Kedarnath Shrine. Speaking to the audience after the inauguration of key projects, Prime Minister Modi explained how Adi Shankara worked tirelessly …

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Presumptions of mortality | Philstar.com

“The moment you accept death as inevitable and the end of your life’s journey, this is the moment when you begin to savor the sweetness of life.” I don’t remember now who said that line – or words to it – but all of us, without exception, have had allusions …

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EcoSikh joins interfaith effort ahead of COP26

(RNS) – EcoSikh, a Sikh American nonprofit, has renewed its calls for action on climate change ahead of the COP26 conference which opens on Sunday (October 31) in Glasgow, Scotland. EcoSikh, which draws on the ethics, beliefs and example of Sikh gurus to address global environmental challenges, issued a statement …

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Congress Must Act, Virginia Democrats Must Vote

Two teenagers enter a high school class during the change of period. As the teacher yells at them, they tear a pride flag from a wall and then sprint into a crowded room. They pass the professor and disappear. Shortly after, several students film themselves rushing into a school toilet …

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Singhu’s Frontier Shishupals Head for Destruction

The “annadata” story slowly comes off. Indians can now clearly see that under the costume of the farmers are hiding many hardened criminals and anti-national elements Representative image. PTI The current protest on behalf of the farmers bears a surprising metaphorical resemblance to the story of King Shishupal from the …

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Dance movements create unity in the community

As Heritage Month draws to a close, Durban resident and Indian classical dancer Mayuri Reddy spoke of her hopes and passion. Reddy is a dancer of Bharatanatyam, a major form of classical dance originating in Tamil Nadu, India. ALSO READ: Durban dancers fight for top prize She told the Courier …

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