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Ayodhya Part 5 – Discovering the Ramayana in Sri Lanka

Part 1 of this series can be 'accessed ' here. Part 2 of this series can be 'accessed ' here. Part 3 of this...

Ayodhya Part 3 – Impressions during an audience with Shri Sanjay...

Part 1 of this series can be 'accessed ' here. Part 2 of this series can be 'accessed ' here. This is Part 3 Our...

Rama – Maryada Purushottam – Part 1

Ayodhya still has a beautiful aura, there are an infinite number of well-tended shrines to Rama, Hanuman, Ganesha; here is Hinduism in action When I...

Part 2 : How is Rama a Maryada Purushottam when he...

In previous part of this article the Swamiji explains, why whatever Rama does is Dharma. In this part, the Swamiji further explains the two...

Part 1 : How is Rama a Maryada Purushottam when he...

Many of Rama’s actions may seem adharmic when we see it. But that is a limitation of the lens we are using The above is...

Sita, agnipareeksha and Lakshmana – Part 2

Part 1 of this series can be 'accessed ' here. This is Part 2. If he was Maryada Purushottam, then his wife definitely had to...

Sita, Agnipareeksha and Lakshmana – Part 1

The famed Agnipareeksha of Sita is much discussed and deliberated topic and it is a little difficult for us to understand We have all heard...

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