Bhagavad Gita News
Bengaluru's Clarence High School received flak after it asked parents to sign an undertaking which said that they would not object to their children carrying a Bible to class every day
The Vedic Saṃhitās are first and foremost a body of spiritual-sacerdotal texts, then they are literary texts due to the high aesthetic and poetic quotient of the mantras
The Bhagavad Gita came into existence on the Shukla Paksha Ekadashi Tithi of the lunar month of Margashirsha, according to the Hindu calendar
After seven years of the BJP government, the education that is given to children is basically a British leftover
From being called "dotheads" and "cow piss drinkers" to being force-fed beef under the garb of a joke or by "mistake", on-campus traumatic episodes are aplenty
In their defence, the supporters of this conference, as well as many others with a left-liberal worldview, emphasise that their target is the political ideology of Hindutva and not Hindus as a people
Avowedly against a make-believe 'global Hindutva' movement and presence, these activist-academics' goals are clear: allow for the deracination and delegitimisation of Hindus, demonise Hinduism and balkanise India
Hinduism has been portrayed as a human rights nightmare, the cause of every problem in India
Ayodhya bhumi pujan: Would Lord Ram have sanctioned just war that caused mosque to fall by unjust means?
When it is recognised that the breaking of the mosque in Ayodhya was wrong, just restoration as ordered must be made before a temple may be built there; meaning that at the hour of inauguration, the only god there will be the one projecting himself as one
For air rifle shooter Divyansh Singh Panwar, 21-day coronavirus lockdown means tales from Mahabharata, dry firing, and some cooking
Tales from Bhagavad Gita and Mahabharata, dry firing in the living room, and cooking lessons... inside the lockdown bootcamp-cum-reading club of Divyansh Singh Panwar.
The DMK and the Left on Wednesday opposed a proposal by premier technical varsity, the state-run Anna University, to include philosophy in its syllabus for the engineering students, with MK Stalin saying it amounted to 'imposition' of Sanskrit
Read Bhagavad Gita several times in US prison to cope with solitary confinement punishment: Rajat Gupta
India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta, who served 19 months in US jail for insider trading, on Tuesday said he fell back on Bhagavad Gita during his stint in the prison
Ex-McKinsey chief Rajat Gupta says he was in solitary for weeks in US jail; insists he is innocent of charges
Rajat Gupta said the first episode of solitary occurred because he bent down to tie his shoe lace just as the prison officer did one of the daily stand-up counts of prisoners.
Maharashtra stops distributing Bhagavad Gita in Mumbai colleges after Opposition parties raise hue and cry
Maharashtra education minister Vinod Tawde made it clear that the government has not ordered purchase of any copies of the Bhagavad Gita, nor was involved in the distribution of the holy book by the AC Bhaktivedanta group.
IIT Kanpur's decade-old website on ancient Indian texts sees sudden surge in traffic due to viral WhatsApp message
IIT Kanpur's faculty was left surprised when its decade-old website containing ancient Indian texts started registering a massive uptick in readership.
The Opposition DMK on Monday said placing of an engraved 'Bhagavad Gita' near the statue of late president APJ Abdul Kalam at his memorial, amounted to the BJP's attempt to "thrust communalism in Tamil Nadu".
An engraved 'Bhagavad Gita' near the statue of late president APJ Abdul Kalam has kicked up a row, with his family seeking to put it to rest by placing a copy of the Quran and Bible near it.
1,500 years before the idea for International Yoga Day could be conceived, people practised it as a philosophy for the union of the atman with Brahman.
A private member's bill that seeks to make the Bhagavad Gita compulsory reading in schools and recommends de-recognising institutes that do not follow the suit may come up for discussion in the next session of Parliament.
In these times of financial irregularities and fake godmen, it is surprising how ISKCON is able to hold on to its age-old tradition across 600 centres across the globe.