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Sikhism, A Colourful History

January 4, 2019

In Canada, Sikhs are the largest religious group among Indo-Canadians; the 2001 Canadian Census puts their number at 278,410 Sikhs in Canada. According to the 2004 Census, however, a more accurate number puts the number closer to 400,000. In the 1890s up until the early to mid 20th c., all immigrants coming from India were indiscriminately […]

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December 4, 2018

India is characterized by more ethnic and religious groups than most other countries of the world. Aside from the much noted 2000-odd castes, there are eight “major” religions, 15-odd languages spoken in various dialects in 22 states and nine union territories, and a substantial number of tribes and sects. Three ethnic or religious conflicts have […]

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October 4, 2018

Buddhism, a religion that more than 300 million people currently practice, was founded in northeastern India by Prince Siddhartha in the sixth century B.C. Having achieved enlightenment, he became known as Shakyamuni and preached a path of salvation to his followers. Buddhism denies a supreme deity. Its earliest form was based on Shakyamuni’s teaching and […]

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The Return of the Ramayana

September 4, 2018

NEW DELHI — The news last month that Amish Tripathi was offered $1 million to write his next series of books astounded India’s English-language publishing industry. Advances of even $25,000 are rare here, and Tripathi still isn’t sure of the new work’s precise theme. That the deal was struck simply on the success of his 2010 trilogy about […]

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Indian Novels That Explore Indian Mythology and Give a Fascinating Twist to Classics

August 4, 2018

Image Source This book is about Jaya and Ajaya, the twins who guard the entrance to Vaikuntha (Heaven). In his trademark style, Devdutta Pattnaik weaves various folk and regional variations of the Mahabharata to string together this retelling. The narrative is simple, and it sparks interest in the original text. Pattanaik has posed a lot of questions throughout the book about how […]

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10 myths about India

July 4, 2018

Travelling is Dangerous Many would-be visitors avoid experiencing the wonders of India because it is “dangerous”.  If one believes the rumours; the medical conditions are horrendous, there are poisonous snakes everywhere, crime is rampant, and you are likely to be attacked by a tiger. With the exception of the tiger myth, the same things can […]

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Brief Understanding Of Online Diet Courses

June 21, 2018

Possibly you may have observed since the past individuals have become diet conscious. They always choose their food getting regard towards the calorie consumption. Additionally you find several magazines and newspapers developing numerous articles on diet and diet. Normally, the diet experts prescribe certain eating routine as well as the calorie one could consume per […]

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Dietary Supplements

May 21, 2018

Using the passing of your time, people’s lifestyles have altered. There’s a huge distinction between the living techniques from the pre-historic man and offer-day human creatures. Aside from being part of a technologically advanced civilization, the fundamental food habits have advanced from natural to dietary supplements. Today, dietary supplements have grown to be a crucial […]

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Strategies For Selecting Fitness Classes

April 21, 2018

If you are searching to keep fit classes, possibly along with visiting the gym, or rather of the weight programme, you very well may know what you would like and why. Alternatively, minus the coupon-clipping the thing you need or things to look for. Here’s what you ought to determine that you are searching to keep […]

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How Indian Astrology Messes Up Newly Wedds’ Sexlife

April 4, 2018

Wherever we come from on this planet, whether we are religious or not, traditional or not, we all go through the same hormonal changes during puberty and then teenage years, discovering desire and all that jazz. The difference is that some wait and some don’t. In the Western world, except for a few Mormons and […]

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