Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami reads his editorial from the October/November/December 2015 edition of Hinduism Today magazine. “Though moksha may seem remote, there is wisdom in keeping this ultimate goal in mind as we live our day-to-day life.”
Today we received news from a group in the Czech republic, sharing that they have translated several editions of the magazine into their language and put them online. How wonderful, since there are more than 11 million native speakers. Now they have access to the larger Hindu community worldwide.
Congratulations to the team who did this amazing work!
If you know anyone who speaks Czech, you can invite them to explore the magazine here: http://www.hinduismtoday.cz/
Enjoy this slideshow from this Issue's feature article
Varanasi: Oldest And Holiest City of Siva
In 2014, reporter Rajiv Malik and photographer Arun Mishra spent two weeks in the famed city of Varanasi interviewing residents, visiting the temples and exploring the ghats. In this slide show we share some of the images from that visit.
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Today, Ganesha provided us with a lovely sandalwood Aum. As you all may know, Hinduism Today Magazine has an Aum at the top-left of each issue's cover image. For this coming July 2015 issue, we've decided to use Ganesha's as that image. Thank you for the artwork Lord Ganesha!
In the Hinduism Today April/May/June issue just sent around the globe we tell the story of an amazing event held in New Delhi November 21-13. The event was notable for being an elite gathering of world leaders who self-identify as Hindus, and in public no less. If that sounds odd, just remember that Hindus in business, politics, media, education and social work have historically kept their faith quiet, for there is a powerful and persistent restraint on the religion in Indian higher circles. But now, with the election of Prime Minister Modi, India is headed by a self-proclaimed, devout Hindu for the first time in 806 years!
The article by Francois Gautier chronicles the three day event, introduces the players and speaks to the future.
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