There are over 700,000 Hindus in the Indian Ocean, all needing an informed journal to bring the wisdom and global context of our faith to their homes and hearts
HINDUISM TODAY, which just celebrated its 10th anniversary, enjoys a great respect as the only truly global paper to report on Hindu leaders, events, institutions, ideas and culture.
The meeting should, of course, begin with an arati to Lord Ganesha and a few minutes of bhajan, to get things off to a good start.
Living a double standard as some Hindus do these days could create a divided family of children being from one of two countries, some from India and others from Europe or America in past lives.
Animal sacrifice, sati and brahminism are three which inspire great controversy
To find out what women in the Western world are interested in these days, we took a trip to the local bookstore and found an amazing array of women's magazines.
Mothers, we especially want to hear from you. We are firm believers in the old adage: "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world."
Understanding comes from insight, penetrating into and comprehending our own mind as well as the minds of others.
The temples may be open to those of all religions but the hearts of the people within them certainly are not.
That is why you are calling, because you have seen my picture with the two editors in the last issue and we do not look like a CIA agents
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