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To allow women and non-Brahmins as priests The historic decision to break with a 900-year-old tradition and allow women and non-Brahmins as priests in the Vitthal-Rukmini temple in Pandharpur has hit a roadblock. Caving into opposition from the
A magistrate in Pune has ordered that copies of two novels on lives of Sant Dnyaneshwar and Sant Tukaram written by noted writer Anand Yadav be destroyed. The complainant Jaisingh More had alleged the content was defamatory. An order has been passed
The Kukke Subrahmanya temple in Dakshina Kannada has again emerged as the richest among government-controlled temples in the State by earning over Rs...According to temple authorities, the Kukke temple was on top of the list by earning Rs...Nagaraj
In a sudden volte-face, the temple management committee of the historic Vitthal Rukmani temple in the pilgrimage town of Pandharpur has decided to temporarily put brakes on its decision to recruit women and non-Brahmins as priests. The temple
A moratorium on new hotel developments was ineffective, he says, and the government should urgently discuss how to save Bali from its own success. "I've written that Bali should be used as a hub, as the distributor of tourists all over Indonesia,"
I shared with her my consistent opinion on such matters-that it was an outrageous act and that the perpetrators should be dealt with severely. There should be zero tolerance for bad behaviour, irrespective of the religion, ethnicity or gender of the
Prasanna on the making of The Quest, a biopic on Swami Chinmayananda R.S. Prasanna passed out of Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Harrington Road in 2000...His alma mater caught up with him in the most unlikely of places Hong Kong. Returning from the post
After the conservation work of Baldevjew temple, repair and renovation of Mausi Maa' temple of Lord Baldevjew, both 300-year-old structures, have been undertaken by the archaeology department of Odisha in Kendrapara district. The temple was wallowing
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) on Monday, said that inappropriate usage of Hindu deities or concepts or symbols for commercial or other agenda was not okay as it hurt the devotees. Zed, who is president of
C inspected the Palkhi route and instructed authorities to take necessary steps to ensure that the procession goes smoothly. Palkhis of Sant Tukaram and Sant Dnyaneshwar will be coming to the city as part of an age old palkhi procession tradition.