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Yesterday, I attended a screening of a documentary entitled The Bhagavad Gita at the Rubin Museum in NYC.  Perhaps it’s the years of reading distorted descriptions about Hinduism and its texts that tend to make me weary of these types […]

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What does the new James Cameron film have to do with Hinduism? Quite a lot, hoped many Hindus, anticipating the next Matrix. But would the film denigrate Hinduism’s sacred teachings about the descent of the Divine? At least that was […]

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Today, November 28, 2009, millions of Hindus around the world will celebrate Gita Jayanti, the “birthday” of the sacred wisdom text, Bhagavad Gita. (It is actually the anniversary of the day the Gita is believed to have been spoken – […]

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After the interest generated in my last post about a Bhakti interpretation of Sita’s banishment, I thought it’d be fun to do a review of Nina Paley’s Sita Sings the Blues. Before I could get to it, though, my friend […]

Ever wake up smiling? I went to see Dasi Karnamrita lead kirtan at the Ashtanga Yoga Studio and Ganesh Temple in New York City last night. In a word, the evening was magical. I can’t quite put my finger on […]