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Delhi

Post image for Spotlight: New Delhi’s Qutab Minar – the ancient skyscraper still feels otherworldly

by souravdas Lose yourself in the ruins of an ancient place and the memories of an ancient time. Leave behind the bustle and chaos of modern-day Delhi and wander through sand-colored, sun-dappled ruins, majestic pillars and intricately carved tombs. The complex of Qutab, first built on the ruins of ancient Jain Temples by the Tughlaq [...]

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Feb 22, 2011

1. Karma Defined! No, really… We hear this Buddhist term thrown about all the time, but what is its real significance in our modern lives? That’s one of the things that will suck in you to Breathe Dream Go’s insightful take on how karma transcends culture and travels across the planet through an insightful review [...]

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Oct 11, 2010

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bahaii temple, new delhi India

What faith is completely open its acceptance of other faiths, dynamic in its nature, scientific in its technique and devoid of religious ceremonies, sacrifices and deity worship? Here’s a clue – the number nine is of the greatest significance that is represented in the architecture of its temples. One such remarkable temple lies in a [...]

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Sep 18, 2010