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Karm Yog Chapter 2 By Swami Vivekanand
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Karma Yoga Chapter 3 By Swami Vivekananda One of the greatest sages (Swami Vivekanand) of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharm) speaks on Karma Yoga. This is a narration of chapter 3 of 8. Please watch all the videos to hear the entire Audiobook.
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Karma Yoga Chapter 4 By Swami Vivekananda One of the greatest sages (Swami Vivekanand) of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharm) speaks on Karma Yoga. This is a narration of chapter 4 of 8. Please watch all the videos to hear the entire Audiobook.
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Karma Yoga Chapter 5 By Swami Vivekananda One of the greatest sages (Swami Vivekanand) of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharm) speaks on Karma Yoga. This is a narration of chapter 5 of 8. Please watch all the videos to hear the entire Audiobook.
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Karma Yoga Chapter 5 By Swami Vivekananda One of the greatest sages (Swami Vivekanand) of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharm) speaks on Karma Yoga. This is a narration of chapter 6 of 8. Please watch all the videos to hear the entire Audiobook.
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Audio Book: Karm Yog Chapter 8 By Swami Vivekanand Karma Yoga Chapter 8 By Swami Vivekananda One of the greatest sages (Swami Vivekanand) of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharm) speaks on Karma Yoga. This is a narration of chapter 8 of 8. Please watch all the videos to hear the entire Audiobook.
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Karma Yoga Chapter 7 By Swami Vivekananda One of the greatest sages (Swami Vivekanand) of Hinduism (Sanatan Dharm) speaks on Karma Yoga. This is a narration of chapter 7 of 8. Please watch all the videos to hear the entire Audiobook.
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Arjuna Nritham : *******www.neelaearth**** Arjuna nritham (the dance of Arjuna) is a ritual art prevalent in the Bhagavathy temples of Kerala. Arjuna, the most valiant of the five heroic brothers - the Pandavas - of the epic Mahabharatha, was also a renowned singer and dancer and is said to have propitiated goddess Bhadrakaali by a devotional presentation. Arjuna nritham is also called Mayilppeeli nritham as the costume includes a characteristic garment made of mayilppeeli (peacock feathers). This garment is worn around the waist in a similar fashion as the uduthukettu of Kathakali . The performers have their faces painted green and wear distinctive headgears. The all night performance of the dance form is usually presented solo or in pairs. The songs which are strictly rhythm based are called Kavithangal and deal with various themes of the Puranas (ancient Hindu scriptures). Each Kavitham is composed to suit a specific rhythm. Before each song the dancers explain the intricacies of the particular rhythm ab
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The Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharma Sabha) aims to foster education about Hindu Dharma by bringing forth the unique science behind Hinduism concepts and practices, and bringing together Hindu leaders from across North America to spread the message of Hinduism. At the Sunnyvale Hindu Temple on 28th Aug 2010 from 2.30pm ownwards.The Hinduism Summit will feature prominent Hindu and spiritual leaders from North America, giving their views on: - Understanding the unique spiritual science and scientific history underlying Hinduism - Awakening to the misconceptions about Hinduism - Living simple practices and concepts of Hinduism in day-to-day life - Preserving the sanctity of Hinduism from denigration and malpractices.This ground breaking event will commence and conclude with auspicious recitations from the Vedas and ancient Hindu Scriptures.To learn more and for updates, visit www.HinduAwakening****
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*******www.srinagashramam**** | Situated on the banks of the river Ganges, Varanasi and Haridwar are considered by all Hindus to be the holiest cities in Hinduism. The Ganges is mentioned in the Rig-Veda, the earliest of the Hindu scriptures. It appears in the Nadistuti sukta (Rig Veda 10.75), which lists the rivers from east to west. In RV 6.45.31, the word Ganga is also mentioned. Also, people scatter ashes of loved ones here.
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*******www.srinagashramam**** | Situated on the banks of the river Ganges, Varanasi and Haridwar are considered by all Hindus to be the holiest cities in Hinduism. The Ganges is mentioned in the Rig-Veda, the earliest of the Hindu scriptures. It appears in the Nadistuti sukta (Rig Veda 10.75), which lists the rivers from east to west. In RV 6.45.31, the word Ganga is also mentioned. Also, people scatter ashes of loved ones here.
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