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Watch: Is the Indian state really secular? No, according to this Supreme Court advocate

There has been much talk in recent times about various articles of the Indian Constitution actively discriminating against Hindus.

Sringeri Mutt writes a letter urging PM Modi to reopen the pilgrimage to Sharda Peeth in PoK

The letter says that it is the earnest wish of Hindus that the pilgrimage is made possible.
Protests after Sabarimala verdict

Sabarimala, abode of Lord Ayyappa: Of ‘equality’, the misinformation and what we stand to lose

The devotees are struggling to ensure the continuity of their own tradition.

Sabarimala: Will not allow activists to use the temple as a place to prove their point, Kerala Devaswom Minister

A journalist, Kavitha Jakkala and an activist Rehana Fatima, tried to enter the shrine.

Siddhidatri: The ninth form of Maa Durga who blessed Lord Shiva

She is worshipped by humans, gandharvas, asuras and devas alike. 
One of the greatest Kings of India

Tripura CM unveils status of Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore, the statesman, the visionary and the architect of Tripura

The royal family of Tripura has done an exceptional work over years to promote our national cultural heritage

Kerala: Security beefed up as Sabarimala opens gates for women today

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has assured devotees of security.

Mangalore gears up for first ever literary festival

Organised and planned by Mangaluru Literary Foundation, the running theme of the maiden edition is "Idea of Bharat"

In fond memory of Sita Ram Goel: A pagan warrior in a world of monotheistic fanaticism

Goel's body of work and life will continue to serve as an inspiration and a source of immense knowledge

Bengaluru braces itself to celebrate grand Navaratri with Golu and Dandiya

The festivities are upon the garden city of Bengaluru

Ayodhya Art Festival: It might appear a minor swing in pendulum, but it is a step towards reclaiming lost glory

The world as we know it is undergoing a tectonic shift and great powers appear to be afoot to shape the destiny of our people and our civilization

Katyayani: Born out of anger of Gods, the sixth avatar of Maa Durga killed the demon Mahishasur

For slaying the demon Mahishasur, She is also known as Mahishasurmardini

Skandamata: The mother of Kartikeya, the fifth form of Maa Durga

She is depicted as carrying baby Murugan or Lord Kartikeya in her lap while riding a ferocious lion. 

Chandraghanta: The third avatar of Maa Durga who is always ready to fight the demons

She rides a tiger or a lion to as a symbol of bravery and is also known as Chandika and Rannchandi.
Havan Puja performed on the first navaratra

Uttar Pradesh: 600 people took oath on the first day of Navratri not to commit crime

This is an effort to help people who indulged in criminal activities lead a normal life.

The stark similarity between Abrahamic faiths and fundamental secularism practiced by Nehruvians

Can secularism be a candidate for a religion? And, can the faith in secularism be a candidate for a Faith in a religion?

Shailaputri: The manifestation of Maa Durga worshipped on the first day of Navratri

Maa Shailaputri rides a bull and carries a lotus in Her left hand and a Trishul in Her right hand.

Mahalaya: When we invoke the Devi to descend on this mortal world and bless us with her divine presence

Today we will again wake up in the wee hours and collectively invoke the Devi to descend on this mortal world

Amid country wide protest against the Sabarimala verdict, Congress makes a turnaround in its stand

Congress has welcomed the SC verdict, but now asking for a review petition and an ordinance against it

Calling Akbar, the Mughal, the father of the nation is an insult to history and common sense

A Mughal can never be called the Father of a nation the soul of which is Hindu.
Devotees at Sabarimala Temple

Kerala : LDF government to invite Sabarimala priests, members of Pandalam royal family to hold discussion on SC verdict

The Supreme Court in its recent judgement had ordered Sabarimala Shrine to open its doors to women of all ages.

As the sadness of Sabarimala judgment settles down…

I have not gone to Sabarimala. I do not know if I will. But it impacts me

Many atheists suffer from superiority complex, here is a reality check

Despite what atheists might suggest, religion has been immensely beneficial for humanity.

Hindus need to be saved now, a Nobel Prize when they are gone is worthless

And till we have a better world, we need a Hindu nation here in India. Equal rights for Hindus in India would be a good beginning.

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