Prayer Can Help You Recover: From India Today

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Source: NEW DELHI, INDIA, November 17, 2009: A growing body of studies show that different kinds of spiritual practices, ranging from prayer and yoga to music and touch therapy, facilitates healing in cardiac patients. Not surprisingly, the role of spirituality and prayer in health and healing has been an area of widespread interest for […]

400-Year-Old Statues Found Near Bangalore

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Source: BANGALORE, INDIA, November 7, 2009: Workers of the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) accidentally stumbled upon three ancient stone statues, believed to be at least 400 years old, while laying new pipelines near the Kote Anjaneya temple. It is claimed that the statues belong to an old rundown temple situated near […]

Sevavrati training camp concludes in Bangalore

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Nov 10th 2009: Hindu Seva Pratishthana concluded its 40 days training camp for the new batch of 112 ‘Sevavratis’. ‘Sevavrati’ is a very unique and innovative experiment at Pratishthana where young women dedicate 3 h years of full-time for social service after their education and before marriage. During these 40 days of intense training, participants […]

Grand Celebration of “41st Hanumajjayanthi Celebration” from 25-Nov-09 to 06-Dec-09

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

41st Hanumajjayanthi Celebration-2009 at Ragigudda Temple. For more information please visit our “Events Calender” category.

Indian royal splendour on display

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

When it comes to majestic grandeur, few monarchies in the world matched the opulence of India’s royal courts in their heyday. The Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum in London has brought some of that splendour to life in a new exhibition featuring more than 250 rarely seen objects, including thrones, gem-encrusted weapons and even a […]

‘Work for welfare of deprived class’

Friday, October 30th, 2009

”Every citizen must take up the responsibility of working for the welfare of the deprived classes. Only when this attitude develops among the people majority of problems of the people will be solved,” said Ramakrishna Mutt Vice-President Smarananandaji Maharaj. Addressing the valedictory programme of World Integrity Temple at Ramakrishna Sharadashram at Ponnampete on Wednesday, he […]

Obama celebrates Diwali by lighting ‘Diya’

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Washington, Oct 15 (PTI) Barack Obama celebrated Diwali by lighting the ceremonial lamp at the White House amidst chanting of Vedic mantras seeking world peace, becoming the first US President to personally grace the occasion. “I think it’s fitting that we begin this work in the week leading up to the holiday of Diwali — […]