Operation Meghdoot on the Baisakhi in 1984 : A tale of valour of Indian Armed Forces at Siachen Glacier
In the year 1699 on the day of Baisakhi, the tenth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh had formed the Khalsa Panth of warriors to protect the people from religious persecution by Muslim rulers.
BJP promises to secure constitutional protection on issues related to faith and belief in its manifesto
Bengaluru: Art exhibition titled ‘Nude with Mangalsutra’ draws severe criticism, complaint lodged against organisers
The controversial art exhibition titled ‘Nude with Mangalsutra’ was scheduled to be held from March 22-31 at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath in Bengaluru.
In a terrible terrorist attack in New Zealand, two terrorists opened fire at two mosques which resulted in the death of at least 49 people thus far and injured many others. The mass shootings took place at the Al Noor Mosque next to Hagley Park and another at the Linwood Mosque in the suburb of Linwood.
Most believe that the Supreme Court-mandated mediation process in the Ayodhya dispute has little chance of succeeding.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a Shakti Upasaka, like the great Chhatrapati Maharaj and under current circumstances, every move he makes assumes a greater significance.
The World and Hinduism: 33 stamps that depict the glorious roots of Hinduism, while we dabble in ‘secularism’
Stamps present just the opportunity to showcase the glorious heritage of Hinduism
The three-day long yatra involves the darshana of various ancient religious places starting from Akshayvat to the Ashram of Hrishi Bhardvaj.
Japan authorities have requested the Piyush Goyal-led Railway Ministry to send a team of Mithila artists so that Japan can emulate the art form on its trains.
OpIndia is the digital partner in the English media space for the event.
This year’s Kumbh saw thousands abjuring lucrative vocations like Engineering, Management to become Naga Sadhus
More than 10000 people are expected to renounce the world and embrace the Naga sect in this year's Kumbh
Rani of Jhansi herself was a subject of great attention by the Colonial authors, historians and missionaries.
The revisionism of India’s history books has gained ground in recent decades. Among many such soldiers of truth is Francois Gautier, a foreign French journalist who loved India so much that he stayed put in this country since 1971.
The art of propaganda: The articles associating Kumbh Mela with unemployment is the latest step in a civilizational war
Business Standard recently published an article associating Kumbh Mela to unemployment
The Business Standard's bigotry towards Hindu festivals is scarcely ever hidden.
Ayyappa Bhaktha Sangamam: Kerala sees one of the largest congregations of Hindus against Communist govt’s desecration of Sabarimala
Mata Amritanandmayi said the root cause of the problem at Sabarimala was 'lack of knowledge about temple traditions'.
Kumbh Mela will generate six lakh jobs and Rs 1.2 lakh crore revenue to the Uttar Pradesh government: CII
The Uttar Pradesh government led by Yogi Adityanath has allocated Rs 4,200 crore for the 50-day Kumbh Mela this time
President Kovind's visit was organised on a day when the authorities expected less of a rush. He performed Ganga Pujan at the banks of the Triveni Sangam.
Kumbh Mela 2019: First Dalit head of Juna Akhada calls for ‘Gharwapsi’ of those who have converted to other faiths
Giri further stated that he wants politicians to stop using the word Dalits and call the members of his community SCs, STs and OBCs as mandated by the Constitution. He asserted that he has faced casteist comments himself but wants Gharwapsi of people to Hinduism.
The Kinnar Akhara has officially joined the Juna Akhara but has not merged with it to maintain its independent identity.
Kumbh is the largest religious and spiritual congregation on the earth and is declared as 'intangible cultural heritage' by UNESCO.
Makar Sankranthi, Bihu, Pongal or Lohri: India celebrates the festival with many names and vibrant traditions
The transition of the sun into the Capricorn (Makar) constellation marks the end of winter and is celebrated across India by many names.
In its History of Medicine series, the Columbia University Irving Medicine Center confirmed that the roots of modern cosmetic surgery go back over 2500 years
It's not unsurprising that India hasn't been able to come up with its own Grand Narrative as the intellectual corridors of the country continues to be dominated by people of a liberal or Marxist bent
In a first, transgenders took part in the religious royal entry procession called 'Peshwai' on 6th January for the 'Kinnar Akhara'
Various historical and religious events are depicted on the walls of Patna streets.
Utter joy, as Faye D’ Souza, must have seen, at the “stupidity” of Hindus who stand fighting for their right to worship as they please at Sabarimala
Churches should focus a little less on Sabarimala and more on the sexual exploitation of women and children by the Churches and Christian priests