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Many cultures erased in efforts to adopt Islamic identity, South Asia great example: Pakistani ex-Muslim
It is because of this ignorance which an ordinary Bharatiya suffers from, that a Mani Shankar Aiyer can lobby for better ties with Pakistan with a straight face, or a Shah Rukh Khan can say “Pakistan is a great neighbor to have”
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Researchers Uncover Ancient Shrine That May Hold Buddha’s Skull Bone
Inside the stupa model archaeologists found the remains of Buddhist saints, including a parietal (skull) bone that inscriptions say belonged to the Buddha himself.
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The Cousin Cultures Of India And Iran
The name of Darius is Darya-vahush in his inscriptions. It means ‘he who holds firm the good’ (Sanskrit dharaya-vasuh). He proudly proclaims in his Inscription of Naks-i-Rustam: “I am Darius, the great king, king of kings, .. a Persian, the son of a Persian, an Aryan, of Aryan lineage” (Parsa Parsahya puthra Ariya Ariya–cithra).
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Central Java - Epitome of Dharmic Architecture in SE Asia - Part 3
Sambisari is a Shivaite temple complex, which is situated about four kms from Prambanan and about eight kms from Yogyakarta. This temple was constructed around the ninth century.
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Central Java - Epitome Of Dharmic Architecture In South East Asia Part 2
There are few places, including the overhyped seven wonders of the world, which can make one feel as exhilarated as being in Borobudur.
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4,000 Year Old Vishnu Statue Discovered in Vietnam
According to a press release from the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Central Committee (CPVCC) the Vishnu sculpture is described as “Vishnu stone head from Oc Eo culture, dated back 4,000-3,500 years.” Recently the Government of Vietnam, despite its official Communist doctrine, has developed many programs and projects highlighting Vietnam’s ancient religious heritage.
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Newly Discovered Tomb in Oman has Links to Indus Valley Civilization
Sultan Bensaif Al Bakri, director of Excavations and Archaeological Studies of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture has said that this finding may prove the influence of the Indian civilisation on Oman during that period. However, he said that further studies would be carried out on this regard.
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Indian cultural ethos to rejuvenate Japanese cities
"Japanese cities are suffering from a deep cultural and social crisis. They need recovery and are looking at India for some inspiration,"
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Angkor Wat Larger, More Complex Than Thought
An archaeological research team has made a series of groundbreaking discoveries about the historical site of Angkor, including evidence of a more evenly spaced population, defensive reinforcements around Angkor Wat, and a huge spiraled structure that “defies explanation.”
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Taxila, Takshashila Built By Bharata Brother Of Rama
Legend has it that Takṣaśilā derived its name from Takṣa, who was the son of Bharata, the brother of the Hindu deity Rama. Takṣa’s kingdom was called Takṣa Khanda and its capital that he founded was named Takṣaśilā.
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Lost Ancient Cities Of India
There are temples where the rays of the Sun touch the idol at the sanctum on a particular day of the year.
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How ‘Gandhara’ Became ‘Kandahar’
Gandharvas are first described in the Vedas as cosmic beings. Later literature describes them as a jati(community), and the later Natyasastra refers to their system of music as gandharva.
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ISIS Militants 'Bulldoze' Ancient Nimrud Archaeological Site Near Mosul: Iraq Ministry
the group continues to "defy the will of the world and the feelings of humanity" with this latest act.
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Cherish Malaysia’s Hindu traditions
Batu Caves is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, dedicated to Lord Murugan; it is also the focal point of the Hindu festival of Thaipusam.
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Markandeya Established Hinduism in Indonesia
“Between the 7th and 15th centuries, hundred of religious structures were constructed of brick and stone in Java, Sumatra and Bali. These are called candi. The term refers to other pre-Islamic structures including gateways and even bathing places, but its principal manifestation is the religious shrine.” — Soekmono, R. “Candi:Symbol of the Universe”.
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Sex Education Hindu Pyramid Temple Sukuh Java
The Ganesha relief in Candi Sukuh has a similarity with the Tantric ritual found in the history of Buddhism in Tibet written by Taranatha.[5] The Tantric ritual is associated with several figures, one of whom is described as the “King of Dogs” (Sanskrit: Kukuraja), who taught his disciples by day, and by night performed Ganacakra in a burial ground or charnel ground.
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AdTech Ad Good response to Sanskrit classes at Indian consulate
Dr Tiju Thomas, consul (Economic and Education), who also attended the classes, said learning Sanskrit is very important to know what was originally written about ancient India.
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Adam Eve Atma Jiva Upanishad Story In Hebrew Christianity
In the biblical story “jiva” is “Eve” and “Atma” (or “Atman”) is “Adam”. “Pippala” has in the same way changed to “apple”.
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Murugan Peacock Murugan Tribe In Iraq
There is tribe Yezdis, which scholars believe to have descended from the Tribe of Murugan.
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Hinduism China’s Religion Mahabharata Reference
Hu Shih, former Ambassador of China to USA once said “India conquered and dominated China culturally for 20 centuries without ever having to send a single soldier across her border.”
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The Lost Hindu Empire
The scattered temples are mostly deserted reminders of the former glory of the Khmer people, the dominant people of the region. Their kingdoms waxed and waned, to include parts of Thailand (Siam), Vietnam (Champa) and Laos at various times.
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The Lost Hindu Empire of Cambodia
The early history of Cambodia is best studied as Pre- Angkor era and Angkor era. Angkor is a ‘Khmer-ization’ of the Sanskrit word Nagara, meaning city.
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Ancient Pakistan temples draw devotees from across faiths
Hindu shrines are a popular destination for people looking to fulfil a mannat.
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