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Thirukkural: The Book of Ethics from Thiruvalluvar

Written on Tuesday, 28 February 2017 15:04 in Blog
Thirukkural: The Book of Ethics from Thiruvalluvar

Tamil literature is a vast subject that has hardly been properly dealt with and explored into by the world. If only we take a peek at the immense amount of knowledge and wisdom that is present in the Tamil literary works, we would be able to grasp the true potential of this untapped gold mine. In that attempt, we explore into the ancient, more than 2000-years old literature called Thirukkural, which is a product of the Sangam period of the Tamil history.


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Filial Piety

Written on Saturday, 31 December 2016 18:43 in Blog
Filial Piety

Our duty is explained beautifully through the above drawing. A child's responsibility towards his aging parent. Son cradles his mum with lots of compassion as he recalls all her sacrifices and hardships as she brought him up. In Hinduism, it is an obligatory religious duty of the children to look after their aged parents and provide them with decent means of living.


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Sannyasa - Facts and Misconceptions

Written on Monday, 28 March 2016 13:02 in Blog
Sannyasa - Facts and Misconceptions

There are two distinct life styles - one in pursuit of Artha and Kama, while the other, a life style oriented towards attaining Moksha (liberation). A Sannyasi is an individual who has experienced a level of dispassion and discontentment with the first lifestyle of pursuing wealth, prosperity and pleasure. One makes a choice to put down (renounce) such a pursuits as this individual finds no meaning in such living. In Hinduism, there are four life stages and Sannyasa is one of them.


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Women in Mahabharata

Women in Mahabharata

Mahabharat, one of the two epics in Hinduism, is a great teacher of Dharma. In these two classes we will examine the role of women in Mahabharata and how they helped promote Dharma and how sometimes their actions prevented the upholding of Dharma. The lives of Satyavati, Amba, Kunti, Madri, Draupadi, Damayanti, Vinata, Savitri, Hidimba and Ulupi will be shared. Discussions will be held on their significance.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get a glimpse of this unique epic. As the saying goes, “There is nothing in the world that is not discussed in the Mahabharata.”

Event Info

Monday, 08 May 2017

07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, 6th Floor

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    Wealth creation and economic progress go hand in hand with spirituality in Hinduism. In fact a life of abundance in wealth and enjoyment is superior to any other pursuits from the point of societal contribution, in comparison with other life styles - as long as the pursuit is guided by Dharma. The Hindu Hub contributes to wealth creation and business success though The Artha Network.

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    World Institute for Hinduism

    The academic wing of The Hindu Hub is WISH - World Institute for Hinduism, born out of necessity to offer credible scripture based systematic learning path and credentials to aspiring students of Hinduism. World Institute for Hinduism runs certificate, diploma and degree programs in various aspects of Hinduism, trains teachers, moulds leaders, conducts research and publishes for a global audience.

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    Centre for Yoga and Vedanta

    Centre for Yoga and Vedanta CYV is a centre devoted to the needs of those who have clearly identified Moksha as their life goal. It is primarily focused on the assimilation of Self-Knowledge (atmajnana) and other allied contemplative practices taught in the Vedas and Upanishads.

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The Hindu Hub Upcoming Event

Women in Mahabharata

When : Monday, 08 May 2017

Time : 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Venue : Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, 6th Floor

Fee : Always FREE since 2010!

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Gayatri Mantra Chanting

Gayatri Mantra appears in the Rig veda (3.62.10), attributed to the great Sage Viswamitra. This mantra is composed in a very auspicious metre named Gayatri (8 syllables x 3 lines) and hence the name Gayatri Mantra.

Mrtyunjaya Stotram

Mrtyunjaya Stotram is a meaningful stotram composed by the Sage Markandeya. Each of the verse describes Lord Shiva with multiple words which are loaded with meaning. The names of Lord Shiva not only describe him or recounts his pastimes but also provides opportunities for deeper contemplation on the essence of Lord Shiva.

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