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President of U.S. Academy of Religion is Hindu

Vasudha Narayanan grew up in conservative Madras where religion, culture, tradition, history, philosophy and temples formed the backdrop of her environment. The rich legacy of culture and religion made enough of an impact to propel her curiosity about Hinduism. Today, her quest for learning has brought her honor and fame. Narayanan was recently chosen as the President-elect of the American Academy of Religion. She is the first non-Jewish or non-Christian to hold the office in its 92-year history...more

Intel Finalists Grab Diapers and Study Sleeplessness

Aditya Vikram Sunderam of Atlanta is one of 40 high school seniors who are finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search....more

Astrology, Religion and Bollywood at Duke

For three unusually cold days about 180 students from more than a dozen campuses met together at Duke University to discuss such topics as the revival of Ayurveda, vedantic life for students, and yoga for stress management. The popular arts were not forgotten. Hindu values in Indian cinema was one of the topics offered for discussion. There were students from Emory University in Georgia, and from schools in Boston and Chicago, organizers said....more

Remembering Gandhi in a Church

While in thousands of churches and schools, the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. was evoked through last weekend, and commitment for social justice were given, at least one leader made time to recall the link between King and Mahatma Gandhi whose nonviolent fight against the British who inspired the civil rights movement in America. Saying that the world is in the midst of a “quantum leap,” the Rev. Lawrence Edward Carter declared in his sermon....more

 

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