Hinduism Today January 2010

The next issue of Hinduism Today is almost ready to go to press next week. This is another beautiful issue full of fascinating stories. The main feature this issue is the tale of Bhutanese Hindus, from their ejection from Bhutan, decade long stay in refugee camps in Nepal, to their happy arrival and the cultural challenges they face in the US which recently agreed to accept them into the country.


At Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami’s request we have done an extensive 8-page article on silk. It is researched and written by a new correspondent for Hinduism Today, Matthew McDermott in New York, who is a full time reporter and writer for Discovery and its well known Tree Hugger website.

The article contains almost all you could want to know about silk except how to weave it or wear i.


One Response to “Hinduism Today January 2010”

  1. nalini says:

    I look forward to reading about how silk is made in detail.
    I have thought on the process of silk making,and found that they do have to kill the moths to make it :(. My Husband Prasanna told me there is one company in India that does not actually kill the moth to make silk, this is good to know. :o)
    So if I want a silk Sari I can buy it from them :o)

    Sorry Moths :(.

    Om Om

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