Indian Mythology

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Here comes Narada


The tragedy of man is that in the pursuit of Narayani, he has forgotten Narayan. To draw attention to this is the mission of the wily sage, Narada.

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God of Sunday


Why was the first day of the week associated with the Sun, no one knows. It is one of those mysteries of history that remain unresolved.

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The Yakshi’s solicitation


Many say that yakshi may have been the ghost of a woman who died of heartbreak and so stayed trapped in the land of the living seducing young men, taking revenge against all men, for what one man did to her.

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Curse of Saraswati


What is the purpose of taleem? Is it to enable us to earn a living only? Or is it to enable us to understand the world, place wealth in context and outgrow dependence on tali?

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Rebirth of a God


The rituals by which Jagannatha, the presiding deity of Puri, Odisha, will die and be reborn along with his sister Subhadra and his elder brother Balabhadra and his weapon, the Sudarshana.

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Are you a homo-wife?


The term ‘homo-wife’ is emerging in China where millions of women are not willing to stay quiet about the fact that their husbands are gay, being forced to marry to give their families an heir, as they are the only son in the family (because of China’s one child policy) and because of tradition.

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