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FUEL PRICE INCREASE – JOKES

Jokes about Petrol Prices  (from India)   History (for this Black Day) will say: When the government was robbing the country, The Indians were busy in watching IPL (!)   New Greetings: May your happiness increase like Petrol Price, May your sorrow fall like Indian Rupee, and May your joy fill your heart like corruption in India…!!!   Congress is ... Read More »

Arthritis – How Ayurveda Can Help

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How can Ayurveda, The old age traditional herbal syatem of India help arthritis Patients? The approach in Ayurveda – for treatment of Arthritis is very much holistic and individualized depending on person’s constitution, Lifestyle, climatic conditions and many other factors What is possible by Ayurveda Treatment? Early stages of Osteo arthritis – complete cure as there are medications available to ... Read More »

Arthiritis – Basic Information

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ARTHRITIS IS A TERM USED TO EXPLAIN INFLAMMATION AND PAIN IN JOINTS. There are different kinds of Arthtritis Osteo arthritis – most common caused by wear and tear of joints caused by degeneration of joints caused by age or over strain of joints. Rheumatoid arthritis – caused by auto immune reasons – defect in metabolism or immunity related causes – ... Read More »

RAMAYAN SIMPLIFIED

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  पूरी रामायण बीवियों की कहानी है . . . . . . . लक्षमन अपनी घर पर छोड़ कर चला आया . . . . रावण दूसरे की उठा के फँस गया . . . . . हनुमान की अपनी थी ही नहीं मगर दूसरे की ढूँढने में सारी लंका जला डाली . . . . . . राम को अपनी वापस लाने के लिए दस दिनों ... Read More »

INDIAN CUSTOMS AND RITUALS

rituals and tradition INDIAN CUSTOMS & RITUALS   HINDU MUSLIM CHRISTIANITY SIKH ZOROASTRIAN     Hindu Customs and Rituals The Hindus celebrate their festivities with their standard ritual of inviting the Brahmin priests to their homes to officiate the rituals with Yagnas and recitation of mantras. A detailed series of life-cycle rituals marks the major transitions in the life of ... Read More »

FAQ – Zulu Weddings

10 QUESTIONS TO EXPLAIN ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT A ZULU WEDDING 1. What is Lobola? “Lobola” or dowry is a combination of items given to the family of the bride as a token of appreciation from the groom. 2. Why is Lobola paid? It is there to ensure brides fidelity – if she runs off Lobola can be ... Read More »

ONLY 4 DAYS

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CLICK THE TITLE BELOW TO LISTEN Only Four Days   ‘If you catch a glow-worm And in a match box confine it, You’ll see fairies in your dream’ Said the elder sister To her little brother Sitting on the low wall Of a pump-house, Their muddy legs dangling, Swaying and shaking As they chewed the green juice From the long ... Read More »

Why Do We…

WHY DO WE…. IN HINDUISM Light a Lamp In almost every hindu home a lamp is lit daily before the altar of the Lord. Light symbolizes knowledge and darkness symbolizes ignorance. The Lord is the Knowledge Principle who is the source and the illuminator of all knowledge. Hence Light is worshipped as Lord Himself. Although a bulb and tube light ... Read More »

AUNTY RAO SPEAKS IN JUNE

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AUNTY RAO, AUNTY RAOʼ, came the piercing voice of Bela from balcony downstairs. Knowing her, a small jerk is equivalent to an earthquake. I took my time to reach the balcony, folded my crotchet neatly and put it in the almirah and finished my last sip of tea and reached my balcony. There she was!…Lo behold holding a saree with ... Read More »

Mudras For Treating Arthiritis

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Healing by Mudras is an ancient practice with spiritual seekers in eastern cultures like India and China. The saints and yogis in the ancient times used Mudras to empower them spiritually, to maintain their mind and body balance and to be physically healthy. Mudras are about hand-body, hand-fingers positioning. The human hand and its five fingers are representations of various ... Read More »

IMPORTANCE OF RITUALS

WHY RITUALS & TRADITIONS? It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ride to meet the bride. The bride herself is also sweating inside those ... Read More »

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