Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "sanskrit", page 1

Bookmark and Share

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

: How to awaken the kundalini energy and what are the dangers of awakening kundalini

29th July 2009
You may have heard the word kundalini but never experienced or even knew what it was. Kundalini normally lies dormant in most people but for those trained, it often awakens with a vengeance. The word kundalini means coil in Sanskrit. It describes the coil... Read >
Author: Conrad Raw

The Uniqueness of Indian Cinema-Part2/4

06th July 2009
CULTURAL SOURCES OF THE INDIAN POPULAR CINEMA When we examine the evolution of popular Indian cinema, there are certain forces that merit closer analysis. These are: 1. The two Hindu epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata; 2. Classical Indian the... Read >
Author: Digital Academy-The Film School

Sexy Wrist Tattoo Designs Ideas for Suggestive Tattoos

05th May 2009
Wrist tattoos show off your unique brand of personality to the world in a conspicuous and distinctive way. More and more people now are choosing wrist tattoos, but that doesn't mean they are commonplace yet. With sexy wrist tattoo designs, you can display... Read >
Author: Lindsy Emery

Different Types of Marriages in India

09th April 2009
Marriages have always been considered as a divine union in India. Indians regard the institution of marriage as a sacrament. For Hindus, it`s a commitment that lasts forever and is the strongest social bond between a man and a woman. In the Vedas too it h... Read >
Author: Jharna Bhatnagar

Eco Tourism in India

13th January 2009
Global warming is the major issue that has risen higher in the recent few years. What does global warming mean? Global warming refers to a usual increase in the Earth's temperature, which sequentially causes change in temperature. With the increase in Glo... Read >
Author: Subhash Kandpal
Bookmark and Share