This final post for the blog is about an aspect of this culture’s method of creating opposition to the forces of ignorance and evil that are taken to be the driving force – although not the only driving force – of The Age of Iron: Kali Yuga.Read more "Beginning of Margahzi Month"
Less than ten minutes walk from my place lies this beautiful farm; it always inspires to see the ongoing transformation achieved by hard work.
This will be a mainly visual post. Hope it gives you courage!
Red signifies the Goddess. These photos were taken yesterday before and after the politician son of a nearby swamy came to visit here.Read more "Red"
Here is a brief introduction to the observation that the present generation of children, their children and their children’s children will need courage and intelligent strategies to maintain a sustainable and dignified future.Read more "The Chances for Children"
This last week a sudden curious departure from the norm in local public (very public) marriage notices didn’t go unnoticed. We all wonder what it means but it probably doesn’t mean anything.Read more "Romance"
This is about what must surely be the most worshipful of cultures.Read more "Being Worshipful"
Here I consider the absence in the local folk culture of a distinction between myth and reality.Read more "The Magnitude of Myth"