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Is Hinduism Casteist

Is Hinduism Casteist »

A perspective on the old allegation against Hinduism.

Recently my attention was drawn to a political contro versy in South India. A few

The Empty Envelope

The Empty Envelope »

Making sense of Vedic Rituals

Are traditional rituals mere acts of blind faith, or are there scientific reasons behind following them?


Padayatra »

Bhakta Prabhajan, part of His Holiness Lokanatha Swami Maharaja’s padayatra, recollects this once-in-a-lifetime experience. This is not a fairy tale but a true account.

Penny Wise Pound Foolish

Penny Wise Pound Foolish »

We seek objects to make a successful living but foolishly let life slip away Recently I met some old friends I grew

Movie Spells

Movie Spells »

A Reality Check Saying “no” to negative influences and “yes” to spiritual experiences.

“Television has done much for psychiatry by spreading information

Search for Happiness – Part-2

Search for Happiness – Part-2 »

Humans and animals is happiness the same for them?

How are Humans Special?

How are humans different from animals? One may imagine that

Search for Happiness – Part-1

Search for Happiness – Part-1 »

Real happiness is more than the happiness enjoyed by animals.

This is the first in a series of

Search for Happiness – Part-3

Search for Happiness – Part-3 »

Modern man is proud of his technological achievements, but a closer look into his life reveals that he is more miserable than

What’s your motive?

What’s your motive? »

The lifestyle of a Hare Krishna chanter plays a critical role in developing taste in chanting.

We’ve heard of “Work is worship”, and

Encouraging others

Encouraging others »

 “Life is an exciting business, and most exciting when it is lived for others.” – Helen Keller

Recently my guru Radhanath Swami

Meeting the emotional needs

Meeting the emotional needs »

Celibates living in an ashram could find life more stressful and challenging than those of men and women living outside and working

Recharging the batteries

Recharging the batteries »

Celibates at Radhanath Swami’s Radha Gopinath ashram have a day packed with services; many of these services have deadlines and quality control

A Wealthy Renunciate »

Could a renunciate be a billionaire? Celibate monks (brahmacharis) live in an ashram (also known as brahmachari ashram) and have minimum possessions. All

Making Tolerance a happy experience

Making Tolerance a happy experience »

One of the important qualities that an apprentice monk (also known as brahmachari) needs to cultivate is the quality of tolerance. The ether

Making best use of a bad bargain

Making best use of a bad bargain »

I am most often hard pressed for time. There are many things to be done and it seems I don’t have much

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