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Monday, May 4th, 2020


CREATIVITY IN A HAVAN – Guest Author Satish Bhatnagar, Ph.D.

Havan/Homa/Yajana is an iconic activity in the Hindu religion. It continues to be a part of Buddhism and Jainism, the major offshoots or reformations of Hinduism, but it is not a part of the 500-year old Sikhism. Havan is not at all fire worshipping, though fire is the central piece in the entire ceremony. Fire is the ultimate purifier of the environment as well as what is burnt in it! The cremation of the dead amongst the Hindus is a corollary of this philosophy of life.  The incantation of specificRead More

Coronavirus in the Global Village – Guest Author Sulekh Jain, Ph.D.

During the last 200 years, due to the advances in technology, travel, the internet, and instant communication, the world had already become flat and truly a Global village. In a Global village people, care and share with each other and live happily.  The recent Coronavirus has brought us even closer.  The Covid-19 Pandemic does not see race, religion, color, caste, creed, language, or geographical border before striking and everyone is affected equally. It spares no one. It is a great equalizer amongst rich and poor, weak or mighty, and ordinary orRead More

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