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Bharatiya Culture

Real Bharat: viral video of elderly man garlanding his wife instead of new two-wheeler wins netizens’ hearts

A heart-warming video of an elderly man almost garlanding his wife instead of his new two-wheeler won over netizens. Bharatiya culture lives on in...

Bharat is a civilizational state bound by a commonality of sacred geography and sacred history, surface linguistic and political differences notwithstanding

Assuming that speaking the same language is essential to the continued existence of a nation, and not having one would lead to it “falling...

Tales of Bharat – little known Dharmic stories

Tales of Bharat by Rati Hegde Ji is a collection of stories from the glorious epics, legends, folklore, and history that attempts to bring...

King as divine in Mahabharata

The concept of considering king as divine or representation of divine finds its strongest suport in Hindu Polity in Mahabharata. In Hindu Polity, Manusmriti...

Need to organise more music festivals: Santosh Nahar

Believing that both the government and private players need to come forward and do their bit for Bharatiya classical music, Hindustani classical violinist Santosh...

Natya Rasa on Koodiyattam enthralls audience

The Sanskruti Centre for cultural excellence based out of London conducted a webinar highlighting the ancient Kerala art form of Koodiyattam which is officially...

Mandu, Khajuraho festivals to be held this month

Cultural activities are on a steady rise in Madhya Pradesh as the coronavirus crisis slowly subsides with the upcoming Mandu and Khajuraho dance festivals...

Bihu, Makar Sankranti celebrated in NE states

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the northeastern states on Thursday celebrate Bihu and Makar Sankranti, both harvest festivals, with traditional fervour and enthusiasm. Lakhs of cheerful...

The Tamil Margazhi festival and other Hindu influences on Southeast Asia

The month of Margazhi (mid-December to mid-January) is the most auspicious month for the Tamil Hindus scattered across the world. Margazhi is derived from...

What COVID taught us: How shaucha was maligned as “untouchability”

For nearly 100 years, the practice of shaucha (Hindu cleanliness practice) has faced an endless barrage of abuse and ridicule among the pseudointellectual class...

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