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Meet the People of Bali

18th June 2012
The combination of spectacular beaches with great surfing and diving, large selection of Bali luxury villas and hotel accommodations, a magnificently visual culture infused with spirituality, as well as the islandís friendly, hospitable people have made B... Read >
Author: Kiara Brownell

Qualities of Arya Samaj Marriage

09th May 2011
Arya Samaj Marriage in Delhi which was started by 'Dayanand Saraswati' in the year 1875 is governed by people known as 'Arya'. The marriage is based on the concept of Vedas, which is considered as the poetry of eternity in meta language. Unique feature o... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Reviews of Arya Samaj Marriage

01st April 2011
Arya Samaj Marriage which was started by 'Dayanand Saraswati' in the year 1875 is governed by people known as 'Arya'. The marriage is based on the concept of Vedas, which is considered as the poetry of eternity in meta language. Unique feature of Arya Sa... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

The Practice Of Hatha Yoga In The Modern day Globe

27th January 2011
The modern planet has embraced the practice of Yoga as a type of lifestyle and self-improvement. Yogic practiced took root in India and was gradually adapted to a variety of beliefs, like Hinduism and Buddishm, till it produced its way to the West -- and ... Read >
Author: stevielevin00e

Tattoo Designs - 2 Sanskrit Tattoo Designs And Their Meaning

12th January 2011
Sanskrit is a language that dates back about 3500 years but survives today in Hindu and Buddhist sacred writings and liturgy. It has come to the fore in recent years with Madonna using it in at least two of her songs. Also, it was used in the final film i... Read >
Author: William Burnell

Rudraksha Beads For Strength And Well-Being

29th September 2010
Rudraksha beads contain large amounts of energy, which gives them the capability to benefit the wearer in many ways. When translated from Sanskrit into English, Rudraksha breaks into two words - Rudra, which is another name for Lord Shiva and Aksha, which... Read >
Author: Emmie03bv

History of Education in India

27th August 2010
Up to the 17th century The first millennium and the few centuries preceding it saw the flourishing of higher education at Nalanda, Takshila, Ujjain, & Vikramshila Universities. Art, Architecture, Painting, Logic, Grammar, Philosophy, Astronomy, Literatur... Read >
Author: Apsira

Are you creating good business karma?

12th July 2010
The idea of karma has become more high profile recently - both within popular culture and within corporations. In this article we review at the basics of karma, how the translation of karma has emerged within business, and at some online platforms that ca... Read >
Author: Michael Forester

Nepalese Shamanism: The Way of the Shaman

03rd June 2010
Nepalese Shamanism: The Way of the Shaman Nepal is called home to just about sixty distinguished ethnic and tribal groups, and at least half of those groups practice some type of shamanism. Unsurprisingly so, the shaman songs and shaman themselves ref... Read >
Author: Kallash K

Buddhist Symbols in Tibetan Jewelry

22nd February 2010
There are a variety of different symbols used in Tibetan jewelry. These symbols include Buddha images, plus other symbols that are important in Tibetan Buddhism. Here is a brief outline of some of the images used in Tibetan jewelry. The Kalachakra man... Read >
Author: hinkyimports

Small Prayer Boxes can help you Achieve Your Biggest Goals

16th February 2010
Prayer boxes are used by the followers of many faiths, including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Prayer box is a a religious ritual object, helping people achieve their goals . All faiths use prayer boxes to focus the mind on one's p... Read >
Author: Rachel Ulrica Richmond

Comparing and Contrasting Hinduism and Christianity

01st February 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 James Holan There are many differences between Hindu and Christianity. These differences range from the actual beliefs systems that are followed in the religions themselves, to the Gods and Goddess that the religious believers follow... Read >
Author: blackbeltshop

Sanskrit Tattoos Symbol Of The Religion

17th September 2009
It's true that the emergences of the tattoos were from the prisoners and this activity was started by the criminals of different types. Sanskrit is a classical Indian language. Sanskrit tattoo are basically emerged by the Indians. These are considered as... Read >
Author: Azeem

The Kalachakra Tantra and Mantra

20th May 2009
The Kalachakra Tantra and Mantra The Kalachakra tantra has been held sacred and preserved in both India and Tibet for over 2500 years. The Kalachakra tantra helps purify the body and mind. Kalachakra literally means, Time wheel or Time Circle. Some sec... Read >
Author: hinkyimports

What to Do in Omaha, Nebraska

15th May 2009
Omaha, Nebraska is considered the heart of the Midwest. If you enjoy the heartland of America, you will love your stay in Omaha. There are plenty of events taking place throughout the city during the year. Some of the events that you will want to enjo... Read >
Author: Joe Deacon
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