Parashuram Dham Sohnag District Deoria U.P. – 274509 Sohnag is a historical place near SalempurTahsil of Deoria District Uttar Pradesh. We all know the Sita Swayabar story, Raja Janak the famous King of Janakpur had organized the swayamabar for marriage of their daughter Sita. The famous dhanush of lord shiva was broken by Lord Rama. […] […]Read more "Parashuram Dham Sohnag District Deoria — rntiwariblog"
I was lucky enough to spend over a month in Rishikesh added up from two separate visits. When I first got off the bus I wasn’t sure what to think of it: it was cold and all seemed pretty dead as I was looking out of my tuktuk on the way to Swami Rama Sadhaka […] […]Read more "Ashram Life Rishikesh — Bubble the Wanderer"
This is the excerpt for your very first post. via The One — ReligionRead more "The One — Religion"
WHat IS IT? This illustration is a page from the manuscript of the Janam-Sakhi ( Life Stories). While both illustrations above depict the same story, they are believed to find their origins in different artistic schools – Pahari (Guler), and Murshidabad and dates back to 1755-1770. In view of the size of the following that […] […]Read more "Guru Nanak and the Monster Fish — The Heritage Lab"
Guru Nanak Gurpurab , also known as Guru Nanak’s Prakash Utsav and Guru Nanak Jayanti, celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru , Guru Nanak. This is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism . The festivities in the Sikh religion revolve around the anniversaries of the 10 Sikh Gurus. These Gurus were […] […]Read more "Gurunanak ji parv. — The Daily Read…"
कौसल्यासुप्रजा राम पूर्वा संध्या प्रवर्तते उत्तिष्ठ नरशार्दूल कर्तव्यं दैवमाह्निकम् kausalyāsuprajā rāma pūrvā sandhyā pravartate uttiṣṭha naraśārdūla karttavyaṃ daivamāhnikam Oh Rama! Kausalya’s auspicious child! Twilight is approaching in the East. Oh, best of men! Wake up; the divine daily rituals have to be performed. With this opening verse from Valmiki’s Ramayana begins the Venkateshwara Suprabhatam, a […] […]Read more "Singer, saint, goddess: who was M.S. Subbulakshmi? — Nikhil, etc."
“This is the first retrospective exhibition devoted to the Indian artist Y. G. Srimati (1926–2007), who was born in Mysore, southern India, and died in New York. Raised in a cultured Tamil Brahmin family in Chennai, as a teenager in the 1940s Srimati was swept up in the nationalist movement for an independent India. Already […] […]Read more "An Artist of Her Time: Y. G. Srimati and the Indian Style at The Met 5th Avenue, December 15, 2016 – June 18, 2017 — Arts Summary"