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Hindus appeal for Diwali holiday in Gibraltar

Hindus are seeking public/bank holiday in Gibraltar on Diwali, the most popular of their festivals; starting 2022. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that it was not fair with Gibraltar Hindu community as they had to be at work/school on their most popular festival while there were public/bank holidays on other religious days. ... Read More »

Top 5 most influential UGC platforms of 2020

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The last decade in particular, has seen the evolution of user-generated content in tonnes of growth spurts. Lately, the marketing landscape has evolved a lot with the brand’s focusing on delivering value to the customers and making marketing more engaging to the users through content but the challenge that they still face is about creating or choosing the content which will help ... Read More »

Hindus critical of Paris Opera hosting culturally insensitive ballet “La Bayadère”

Hindus are critical of Opéra national de Paris (France) for hosting during its 2020-21 season ballet “La Bayadère”, which they feel seriously trivializes Eastern religious and other traditions. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that taxpayer-funded Opéra national de Paris should not be in the business of callously promoting appropriation of traditions, elements and concepts of “others”; and ridiculing ... Read More »

Upset Hindus urge Japanese manga comics not to trivialize Lord Shiv

Upset Hindus are urging Tokyo based monthly Comic Zenon of Coamix Inc. not to trivialize Lord Shiva and other highly revered Hindu gods and goddesses in its manga publications, calling it highly inappropriate. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that Hindu deities were meant to be worshipped in temples and home shrines and ... Read More »

Hindu festivals cancelled in Harare due to Covid-19

Celebrations of upcoming major Hindu festivals in October and November have been reportedly cancelled in Harare (Zimbabwe) due to Covid-19. According to an announcement of The Hindoo Society Harare (HSH); traditional celebrations of upcoming festivals of Navratri, Sharad Poonam, Diwali and Bestu Varsh have been cancelled in the interest of the safety and well-being of the community. Two Hindu temples ... Read More »

Author Anamika Mishra Speaks About Mental Health in a Video & It’s Worth the Watch

10th October is observed as the world mental health day. Everyone shares their experiences and try to spread awareness about the mental well-being of humans. This day is indeed important, especially when we all are going through such hard times because of the pandemic. People are getting depressed, feeling anxious and facing a lot of difficulties, may it be in ... Read More »

Official biopic of Hari Singh Nalwa to be adapted in webseries.

Almighty motion picture have bought the rights to the biopic of the greatest Sikh general ever! Hari Singh Nalwa was a general in the army of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his biopic is written by Vanit Nalwa who is also a direct descendant of Hari Singh Nalwa. It took Vanit almost 12 years to complete the book after painstaking research. ... Read More »

Hindus call Australia’s English test for partner visas an unwarranted invasion into love lives

Hindus are critical of proposed requirement of English proficiency for partners of Australian residents for gaining permanent visa, saying it is heartbreaking and amounts to cruelty. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, asked: When Australian residents fall in love next time, should they ask the partner on the first date—how is your English proficiency? ... Read More »

Repeated Pregnancy Loss May Be Tied to the Olfactory System

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Understanding the connection could lead to a new search for the causes of unexplained spontaneous miscarriage The odors we give off are a sort of body language – one that may affect our relationships more than we realize. New research from the lab of Prof. Noam Sobel at the Weizmann Institute of Science suggests this “chemical communication” may extend to human reproduction ... Read More »

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