Vegetarian Christmas Cake Recipe

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The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree — the presence of a happy family and  a mouth-watering spread of  a vegetarian Christmas menu. Chocolate Cake Ingredients 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour 1 cup sugar or organic turbinado sugar ½ cup carob chips 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 1/3 cup… Read more »

Art of Living Seeker’s Puzzle

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Vani Rao lists a few perplexing puzzles that need to be solved to attain enlightenment! The good news is that the effort to solve the puzzle is good enough to set you on, even if you cant get the puzzle!!! 1. Brahman alone exists; nothing else exists. Brahman is not the doer. 2. THAT cannot… Read more »

Sri Adi Shankaracharya

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It is said that when chaos and confusion reign supreme, the Divine manifests itself in the world to reestablish righteousness or Dharma. Adi Sankara was born at a time when India was under the sway of superstition and religious fights. Sankara was born in a poor Malayali Brahmin family in 788 AD, in a village… Read more »

Winter Eats : Water chestnut soup

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The month of Magashar is the latter half of Hemant. The cold weather begins with the coming of Kartik and reaches its climax in Magashar. Our internal organs dry up due to the intense cold leading to loss of energy. In order to compensate for this loss Ayurveda recommends fatty and sweet foods. Whenever there… Read more »

Art of Living, Delhi Police train delinquents

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The Art of Living has launched a revolutionary initiative called Project Utthan, inspired by the vision of its founder, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to create a violence-free and crime-free society. Project Utthan is an initiative to create model districts in East Delhi. As part of the multi-pronged programme, 1000 frequent offenders, enlisted in 16 police stations of… Read more »

Winter Eats: Wheat Ojasvita cake

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The month of Magashar is the latter half of Hemant. The cold weather begins with the coming of Kartik and reaches its climax in Magashar. Our internal organs dry up due to the intense cold leading to loss of energy. In order to compensate for this loss Ayurveda recommends fatty and sweet foods. Whenever there… Read more »

Story of Maharishi Patanjali

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Maharishi Patanjali is a saint who is believed to have lived some time during the 2nd century BCE. Known for his treatise on Yoga, entitled “Patanjali Yoga Sutra”, he was not only an authority on the Science of Yoga, but was also a scientist and a doctor whose clarity and wisdom was remarkable. Tradition says… Read more »

Guru Gorakhnath

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Guru Gorakhnath also known as Gorakshanath, was a saint who is believed to have lived during the 11th and 12th century AD. Gorakhnath is one of the acknowledged saints of the Nath tradition. He is revered as the Supreme Manifestation of the Supreme Divinity. He is also referred to as Mahayogi, Mahaguru, Aadi Nath, Siddhayogiraj… Read more »