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Godmen and River Conservation
by Proloy Bagchi
Recently, a spiritual leader had come and lectured in Bhopal. ... I thought what he said about conservation of rivers was a kind of a slap on the face of the chief minister who is currently running “Narmada Seva Yatra” that is claimed to be one of the biggest river conservation campaigns in the world. Read On

Humility: A Divine Virtue
by Dr. Frank S.K. Barar
Humility is derived from the Latin word humilis, which may be translated as "humble", or "grounded". The opposite of humility is pride. In a religious context humility means recognition of 'self' in relation to God, acceptance of one's defects, and submission to divine grace. Read On

Sant Kabir: A Life Biograhy
by Aju Mukhopadhyay
Living on earth simply, touching the sky with enormous spiritual accomplishments and composing poetry and music Kabir remained a legend and mystery in his life time and beyond. Read On

Oh God, Give Us Our Daily Pint!
by P. Ravindran Nayar
It was in 1920 that the great social reformer Sree Narayana Guru made a fervent call to the Kerala society, on the occasion of his 64th birthday, to do everything it can to shun liquor. ‘Madyam vishamanu, athundakkaruthu, kodukkaruthu, kudikkarathu.’ (Liquor is poison, don’t make it, don’t give it, don’t drink it). Read On


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