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  • (Modern Hinduism) Several contemporary groups, collectively termed Hindu reform movements, strive to introduce regeneration and reform to Hinduism.
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Ancient Hindu Astrology for the Modern Western Astrologer
Ancient Hindu Astrology for the Modern Western Astrologer
"Ever since my first journey to India I have desired to share the knowledge I was fortunate enough to receive. I have also felt a need to dispel some rather major misconceptions, the main one being the fact that Hindu astrology is extraordinarily difficult. This is not true, as will soon hopefully be revealed. Although I have always been most fascinated with astrology because of the philosophical implications and revelations which can be extracted. I have done my best to keep philosophy from this work, as that is not my present purpose. It is my intention only to present Hindu astrology in a way that it deserves to be presented, which is long overdue -- a way which western astrologers can understand and utilise, and which will clear away the mystery and finally put into perspective the enormously complex techniques which make up the bulk of most textbooks on the subject. Having worked with both Hindu and western systems, it is my experience that the two greatly complement each other and together form the basis for a complete and profound astrology." -- taken from the Introduction.

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Shia Hindu
Shia Hindu
208,671 items / 1,709,368 views After I had introduced myself as a Shia Hindu at the Master Chef India 2 Indiblogger meet .. A person came and asked me why Shia Hindu.. I told him I am a Muslim born in a Shia family follower of Ali and Hussain .. and Hindustan is the country that Imam Hussain wanted to come to during his conflict with Yazid of the Ummayad Caliphate , Yazid was a pompous brutal tyrant despot and was hell bent on seeking the allegiance of Imam Hussain the grand son of the Holy Prophet and son of Imam Ali.. Imam Ali was cousin of the Holy Prophet and his son in law married to his daughter Princess Fatima. One of the reasons why Imam Hussain liked India or Hindustan , was because of its hospitality , and most important he wanted to avoid bloodshed and killing of Muslims by the Muslims a thought that is of greater importance today where Muslims love killing Muslims. I love my country its culture my roots I love my Imam and both my Shiasm and my culture are embedded in the soil of my birth..I shoot Hinduism my thread of thought known as Hope and Hindutva a Message of Peace and Humanity.. So I explained this to the person , who later at the end of my discourse confirmed he was a Shia too and had seen me during Moharam processions where I cut my head during Ashura and Chehlum in memory of my beloved Imam.. Brahmins Fought for Imam Hussain in the Battle of Karbala by Rakesh Sharma Hindus have a long association with Iraq and Muslims. Please read the article below: The presence in Arabia of many Hindus. mostly Brahmins. before the rise of Islam, has been recorded by the historian Sisir Kumar Mitra, in his book ‘The Vision of India’. page 183. These people observed Hindu religious customs, including the worship of Shiva and Makresha from which the name of Mecca is said to have been derived. The famous astrologer Yavanacharya was born of one such Brahmin family. It was from these Brahmins that the Arabs learnt the science of Mathematics, Astrology, Algebra and decimal notation which were first developed in India. At the time of the war of Karbala (Oct. 680 AD). Rahab Sidh Datt, a potentate of Datt sect, was a highly esteemed figure of Arabia due to his close relations with the family of Prophet Mohammed. In the holy war when no Muslim King came to help Hussain. Rahab fought On his side mld sacrificed his seven sons (named Sahas Rai. Haras Rai, Sher Khan, Rai Pun, Ram Singh, Dharoo and Poroo) in the bloody war. A Brief Account of the Episode: After the death of Mohammed, he was succeeded by Abu Bakr, Omar and Osman, as the Caliphs: all three were related to him by marriage alliances. Osman was not popular and was assassinated. After his death, Hazrat AlL the son-in-law of Mohammed (he was also his first cousin) who was married to the Prophet’s third daughter and the only surviving issue, Bibi Fatima Zahira, became the 4th Caliph. There was stiff opposition to Ali’s rule from Amir Moavia, a known protege of Osman. He fought with him a bitter war for 5 years and finally got him murdered in a mosque of Koofa, his mausoleum with a golden dome, stands in the nearby town of Najaf (Iraq). After the extermination of Ali, Moavia grabbed the Caliphate and converted the Islamic state into a kingdom, After his death, his notorious son Yazid became the next ruler. However, the rightful claimants of the Caliphate were the descendants of Hazrat Ali, namely, Hassan and Hussain. While Hassan abdicated his claim to the crown and later died of suspected poisoning, his younger brother Imam Hussain who was till then leading a secluded life in Medina, came out and challenged the usurper, Yazid. It was the war of attrition between the two which led to the bloodshed of Karbala (102 km south of Baghdad), on Oct. 10, 680 AD. The participation of the Mohyals Brahmins and more precisely that of a Dutt family living in Arabia at that time, in the holy war, is a fact of the history. They were a part of the entourage of 200 men and women, including 72 members of Hussain’s family (40 on foot and 32 on horseback), when he left Medina and made an arduous trek to Karbala, where he had a large friendly following. After 18 days, i.e. on the 2nd. day of Mohurrum, the Hussain’s caravan reached Karbala, on the bank of river Euphrates and surrounded by a hostile desert. On the 7th day of Mohurrum, all hell broke out when 30,000 strong army sent by Yazid from Mecca and other places, attacked them. 6,000 soldiers guarded the river bank to ensure that not a drop of water reached the Hussain’s thirsty innocents. By sunset of 10th (Ashoor), a Friday, all were dead including his step brother Abbas (32), his son Ali Akbar (22), daughter Skeena (4) and 6 months old infant Ali Asghar who was killed by an arrow while perched in his lap. Imam Hussain himself was slain with thirty three strokes of lances and swords by Shimr, the hatchet man of ignominious Yazid. The ruffians of Yazid, as they ran carrying the smitten head of Hussain to the
Modern Greek
Modern Greek
Ethnological head keystones on the Library of Congress. William Boyd and Henry Jackson Ellicott Thirty-three keystones, each in the shape of a male head, are installed above the arched windows all around the second story of the building. Each keystone head represents a different ethnic group. The races represented are, from north end of the Entrance Pavilion, continuing south, and round the building to the Northwest Pavilion: Russian Slav, Blond European, Brunette European, Modern Greek, Persian, Circassian, Hindu, Hungarian, Semite (or Jew), Arab (Bedouin), Turk, Modern Egyptian (Hamite), Abyssian, Malay, Polynesian, Australian, Negrito, Zulu, Papuan, Sudan Negro, Akka, Fuegian, Botocudo, Pueblo Indian, Esquimaux, Plains Indian, Samoyede, Korean, Japanese, Ainu, Burmese, Tibetan, and Chinese.

modern hindu baby girl names
modern hindu baby girl names
Modern Hindu Thought: An Introduction
Hinduism is not just a religious belief, it is also a philosophy based upon certain key concepts. Modern Hindu Thought: An Introduction is devoted to the analysis of the concepts of modern Hindu thought, where modern is understood to begin by c. 1800 by when major changes in the political, social, and religious life of India had begun to occur as a result of the European presence in India.
This volume offers readers an excellent grounding in the rich and diverse traditions of Hindu thought and is an essential reading for anyone interested in Hinduism, Indian philosophy, and religion

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