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The Art of Hinduism

by Aranyakananda I passed on Saraswati Puja last night. I just wasn’t feeling up to being in temple last night. I just felt like having a very quiet night. During the afternoon I had re-connected with a friend who is … Continue reading

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Life is Thirst and Life is Water

by Aranyakananda Since I began practicing Hinduism, I have taken a good look back at my life and the road it has taken.  A while ago, it came to my attention that in my life I had undergone three distinct … Continue reading

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