Tag Archives: Hindu mythology

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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Beyond the Blog: “The Doer” (God or Ego?)

by Aranyakananda I have recently been trying to think of something to write for my local Temple’s newsletter. It is usually full of items of interest to the local Indian community, or Indian History, analysis of Hindu mythology or scripture. … Continue reading

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