New Animated DVD Course Disseminates Vedic Math Shortcuts Which Hold Promise …

Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 11, 2011 Today's young generation especially might be termed "A / V learners," having grown up in a multimedia culture of video games, DVDs, and smartphones. A new program presents Vedic shortcut math principles in a 2 1/2 hour animated movie (with supporting exercise materials and flashcards) which was just released in December by www.totalbreeze.com/. Their mission is "to spread the word about Vedic Mathematics and other alternative math and memory shortcuts in a way Read more [...]

Rig-Veda inspired art show runaway hit in Berlin

  Titled "Soma" after the Soma (ambrosial drink of the gods) of ancient Hindu scripture Rig-Veda, Carsten Holler's art exhibition in Hamburger Bahnhof Museum fur Gegenwart in Berlin (Germany), which ended on February six, was a grand success, reportedly attracting about 100,000 visitors.he artist was said to be inspired by a verse from Rig-Veda, which reads: "We have drunk of the soma; we have become immortal, we have seen the light; we have found the Gods." This complex and elaborate installation, Read more [...]

Hindus want recognition of yoga’s religious roots – Press

For many of the nearly 16 million Americans who practice yoga, the ancient discipline is about shedding pounds, increasing stamina, reducing stress, finding inner peace or some combination of benefits. For Hindus, it is an integral part of their religion, a path toward mastery over the mind and body and bringing them closer to the divine. Some leading American Hindus don't mind the profusion of yoga classes in strip malls and on fitness-club mats in the Inland area Read more [...]

Hindustani music is our music

It is virtually impossible to accurately trace the genealogy of what is today commonly known as Indian classical music – a hybrid entity that it is neither monolithic nor coherent. There is no written history to go by, only sculpture, paintings, crumbling manuscripts and a host of anecdotal references that are coloured by different biases and personal histories. Even the stories surrounding gharanas (schools of music) and ragas have an element of fantasy surrounding them, whether it is the legendary Read more [...]

Pile of Bricks in Bojonegoro Presumed to be Ancient Hindu Temple

TEMPO Interactive, Bojonegoro:A pile of old red bricks discovered in the tourist destination of Kayangan Api of Sendangharjo Village in Ngasem Sub-districts of Bojonegoro, East Java, is presumed to be the ruins of a temple from the Majapahit era, around the 1400-1500. The archaeological team from the University of Indonesia, which spent six days excavating the site, said that they recognized the temples characteristics from its structure and surrounding area. Archeologist Ali Akbar is Read more [...]

Harappa was like any other metro: US prof

A great trading city teeming with different communities that existed together and enjoyed civic infrastructure like a water supply and drains; a manufacturing center where textiles that were exported around the world were made. It's not a description of 19th century Mumbai, but of cities like Harappa and Mohenjo Daro in the Indus valley as early as 4th millennium BC, said Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, associate professor in anthropology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, at a lecture in the Chhatrapati Read more [...]

How the Ayurveds and Homeopaths perceive disease.

pThe Dynamics of Disease./p pJagannath Chatterjee/p pIt is good to know about the dynamics of disease as even a little of this knowledge can save one from great calamities. First let us tackle the basic question, why is disease dynamic? This is because life force or vital force or Prana Shakti, whatever you call it, is the most dynamic force on earth and thus has to be influenced by a opposite dynamic force of similar magnitude for it to become deranged and sick. br/ br/Genetic engineers who Read more [...]