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Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part VI
The Sanatana Dharma

by Dr. Jaipal Singh
Hinduism represents the ancient culture of the original inhabitants of this land which some sources even claim it to be five to ten thousand years old civilization. The term Hindu or Hinduism, however, does not find a mention in the scriptures including Vedas and Upanishads. Hence quite obviously this name came much later. In fact, today’s India or Hindustan has more than a dozen terminologies in ancient scriptures and text, some of the more popular terms being Bharatvarsha, Jambudvipa, Bharata, Nabhivarsha and Aryavarta. Read On

Planting Healthy Air
by Dr. Anil Rajvanshi
The first thing that one sees when a flight approaches New Delhi is thick smog that envelopes the city and the lack of greenery. In almost all other major cities in India lack of greenery is the most obvious sight that one sees when approaching that city by air. Read On

Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part V
Unique Features of Hinduism

by Dr. Jaipal Singh ..., there are as many as six principle Hindu orthodox schools of Indian philosophy (astika) derived and inspired from the ancient Vedas - the oldest holy texts of Hinduism, namely Vedanta, Samkhya, Yoga, Nyaya, Vaisheshika and Purva Mimamsa. Besides, there are another five heterodox (nastika) schools heavily influenced or derived from the Vedic religion, namely Jain, Buddhist, Ajivika, Ajnana and Carvaka. Read On

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to the US Fed Chair

by Gollamudi Radha Krishna Murty
The most important decision that President Donald Trump has made after becoming the President of the US is nominating Jerome Powell, a known monetary policy centrist and the current Fed governor, as the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of the US. Read On

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