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KAUAI, HAWAII, June 3, 2009: Hindus have always embraced technology. We know that every ingenious work of man can be of spiritual service if it is infused with the light of the soul, be it the discovery of palm leaf writing, the God-inspired architecture breakthroughs that built our temples or the mystical, astrological insights of the sages.
Hinduism Today magazine is, once more, on the cutting edge with the launch of its new website at www.hinduismtoday.com The editorial excellence that you, the reader, are used to in the magazine can now be seen online in a new format, with enhanced organization, interactivity and many more resources than before.
We have offered the magazine in HTML (web) format for some time, but it is now easier to read, navigate and have your say. You can comment on any article you read on the new website, and see the opinions of others. Plus, you can download any issue as a PDF to enjoy on your own computer with all the visually stunning impact of the printed edition. All for free.
At the new website, you will read the latest world news from Hindu Press International — and find a link to our Twitter page. Easily peruse our publisher’s latest insights, our many videos and an archive of Hinduism Today going back 30 years. You can read about others who, like you, are interested in the Hindu renaissance: famous readers of the magazine, the latest lifetime subscribers and also the monks who are behind Hinduism Today. We have a corner for youth, too, written by vibrant young Hindus who have intelligent things to say.
Hinduism Today has accumulated, over the decades, a treasure-trove of information about Hinduism in all its aspects, from the mystical to the trivial, from the personal to the global. See the best and most relevant Education Insight sections from the magazine in our “What Is Hinduism?” area of the new website, drawn from the eponymous book. You can also read and download the acclaimed series of lessons created for the purpose of accurately portraying Indian and Hindu history to America’s sixth-grade students.
Join the Hindu renaissance and explore Hinduism Today’s new website!