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Health is on the mind of nearly everyone these days. There is even a new
greeting in the COVID-19 era, “Namastay healthy and safe.” We didn’t plan it
this way, but the article in this issue on the healing science of ayurveda
takes on special meaning.
Our publisher, Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami, explores another sensitive
topic, discussing whether parents of the future will cease sharing their
religion with kids. No kidding, it’s a real conversation out there, with
young parents asking, “Do we have the right to expect children to follow our
faith? Shouldn’t we let them find their own path?”
Music is a potent force in the world, and India excels in both sophisticated
Carnatic music devotional songs and energetic Bollywood lyrics loved around
the globe. Join us for the Chennai Music Festival showcasing India’s
Come with our writer Anuradha Goyal as she visits the newly built and
instantly popular Sivapoomi Palace in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. It is a granite
tribute to the masterful and sacred Tamil-language works of Saint
Ah, India! How to describe her? We teamed up an aerial photographer and one
of India’s greatest travel bloggers to give it a try. The author’s love of
Bharat Mata is revealed in a poem to India and her unique gifts, to which we
added stunning photography from high above.
Our charming feature story by Choodie Shivaram highlights the priest
training school located on the campus of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Art of
Living Ashram in Karnataka state. Boys ten to eighteen are being schooled in
the sacred temple arts as they prepare to serve God and Gods in Hindu
temples now spread throughout the world.
“The Magical Realm of Our Sleep” deals with one of the most rapidly evolving
sciences in medicine. Panshula Ganeshan brings in a wide range of voices
from ayurveda, Harvard medical experts, epigeneticists and satgurus, giving
a rich and rare picture of the nature and purpose (and, yes, the mysteries)
There is more, of course, with something for everyone.