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Completed 75 hours of Fast (only plain water) and still counting! Since it is night time here, I intend to break my fast in another 10 hours (next morning).
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TEACHING THE SCIENCE OF THE SOUL

March 18, 2015 – 4:29 am
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Building on Swami Vivekananda’s legacy, Paramahansa Yogananda was instrumental in popularising yoga in the West. So relevant are his teachings today that yoga studios are now as common as coffee shops in America
My piece in …

Gandhi of U.S.A.: Martin Luther King

January 19, 2015 – 3:20 pm
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January 19: is Martin Luther King Day. Here is an article by me that appeared in Deccan Herald newspaper of India.

Euthanasia

July 31, 2014 – 11:55 pm

Euthanasia = Good death!
I had penned down this article on Euthanasia which appeared in the Times of India news paper on July 28, 2014.
To read, please click at the Link. 

Mother Teresa Exposed!

October 11, 2012 – 7:21 am

Indians have a great sense of reverence for Mother Teresa. The popular impression is that Teresa was a foreigner lady who came to our country and devoted her life to the service of mankind. She …

Jewish killing by Muslim: Indian or Paki connexion is weird

December 3, 2008 – 11:01 pm

Islam is an implanted religion in Indian sub-continent. Sometimes when you are foreign to a concept, weird things happen. In Indian context, trying to fill someone’s ( read Muslim) brain with hate against Jewish people …

American Presidency and Religion

February 1, 2008 – 4:41 am

When decades ago, father of Mitt Romney – who was a mormon- contested elections for Governor in one of the US State, his faith or religion was not under scanner. Now Mitt Romney- a Republican …

Sikhs, Turban and France

January 26, 2008 – 4:26 am

For Sikhs, turban is an emotive issue and generally in religious matters, one tends to be non-judgmental, particularly if one belongs to a different religion than the one in question.I had often heard that Sikhs …

Exporting our Islam!

December 21, 2007 – 12:53 am

Recently I came across an article ” Why we must export our Islam” by Nitin Pai. It made an interesting reading.
He writes: “In a secular state such as India, there is little role for the …

Injustice the Saudi way!!

December 19, 2007 – 4:28 pm

The link takes us to a news item on BBC about a woman in Saudi Arabia who was sentenced to 6 months of jail and 200 laces. It is noteworthy that when she appealed, her …

Conversion Business Booming!

November 17, 2007 – 12:32 am

Why India?