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How Hindu Dharma Transformed America: A Personal Essay

There was a void in the West, and the wisdom that was so abundant in the East flowed here easily and effortlessly.

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Hindu Studies in an Academic Setting

A look at the characteristics of formal academic settings where Hinduism's traditions and the immense knowledge contained therein have been studied for centuries.

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Śrī Vyāsa's Ethical Approach to Storytelling

Śrī Vyāsa aspires to influence our view of the world, life in general, and of Self; by painting a more enriching narrative, through the poetical, layered narrative in Mahābhārata.

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Us vs Them — A Reflection

When Hindus talk about Ahimsa, Shanti and Peace, but do not seem to have a big stick to back it up with they often seem unprepared for conflict, merely engaging in naïve, happy talk.

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The Hindu Paradigm & World Consciousness

How the Hindu concept of Puruśārtha can help make the world a better place by placing "Pursuit of Happiness" in the right perspective.

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The Dharma of Global Sustainability

Dharma for Global Sustainability aims to deliberate upon the lessons for Global Regeneration from the ancient Vedic Wisdom of Hindu Dharma.

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Consciousness and Matter

A moment of reflection, on what Consciousness and Matter are, and what does Hindu Philosophy, especially Bhagavad Gita say about it.
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Hindu Studies in Academia: Need for the Scholar-Warrior

There is a clear need for a scholar with a warrior, historical and dharma consciousness to reverse miseducation in Hindu civilization and dharma.
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Building a Peaceful and Harmonious Society

The edited volume titled The Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, published recently, attempts to capture the solutions Sri Aurobindo offered. 
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The Influence of Indian Spirituality in the West

Hindu Dharma has penetrated American culture[...] Philosophically, America has increasingly become a nation of Vedantists—and, in terms of spiritual practice, a nation of yogis.
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Book Review: American Veda by Philip Goldberg

Many gurus found American scholars very receptive because Vedanta is compatible with Science. This attracted a lot of seekers[...]
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Choir Quarantined – Beyond Music Technology and Community building

54 Million people in the United States sing in professional, semi-professional and amateur choirs. Are they to be deprived of this joy for the foreseeable future?
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