Hindus must ditch the itch to reform and instead practice their faith
The phenomenon or the itch to reform Hinduism is not new, but the only thing…
A tale of Bhakti – Sri Krishna and the thief
A Brahmin (Priest), whose profession was singing the glories of the Lord, was once reciting…
On Mantras and the indispensable Guru
A note on Mantras and the indispensability of the Guru for learning Mantras for Sadhana.
The religion without a name – Hinduism or Sanatana Dharma?
During a time when confusion reigns supreme over “Who is a Hindu”, we present to…
The conundrum known as Bharat Mata
The modern Hindu’s propensity to worshipping false Gods can have unintended, regrettable consequences.
There is no better Kanyamaan than Kanyadaan!
Hindus must strive for systemic religious education to assertively counter hypocrisy-ridden virtue signaling.
Is Hinduism a ‘scientific religion’, or not?
Claims such as “Hindus knew about fetal development, water cycle, nuclear energy, the big-bang, quantum…
A friend in need… not from a meme indeed!
There is no condition that deserves permanently the name either of friendship or hostility. Giving…
The subtle art of Dharma
A reductionist approach does not suit those seeking to understand the subtleties of Dharma
Our understanding of Karma needs to be overhauled
Karma isn’t fatalistic, and destiny isn’t pre-determined. We make a case for embracing good Karma…
What is the need for Jneyam?
Articulating the need for Jneyam and our vision for our patrons in the journey.
A few thoughts on Shaucha
A brief on external as well as internal cleansing for Hindus.