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The Ivy League Princeton University’s Art Museum will showcase paintings of various Hindu deities and legends in an upcoming exhibition “Epic Tales from India” from November 19 through February five next.
This “monumental exhibition of narrative art” encompassing 91 paintings from 16th
A new Hindu temple, Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir, has reportedly opened after various rituals in a building in Cary (North Carolina, USA), which used to house Hispanic Ministry of a United Methodist Church.
Launched by International Swaminarayan Satsang Organization (ISSO), a "global
The Hindu Temple of Greater Springfield (HTGS) in Chatham (Illinois, USA), which is celebrating eighth anniversary this week, has reportedly planned $2.7 million expansion project.
This expansion, to be undertaken in phases, will be built northwest of the current structure (a former Baptist
Applauding His Holiness Pope Francis for launching commission to study the issue of women deacons and calling it a historic move in the positive direction; distinguished religious statesman Rajan Zed urged the Vatican to seriously look into ordaining women priests, which was long overdue.
Hindus have commended Japan’s capital and largest city Tokyo for electing its first female Governor.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, warmly congratulated Tokyo Governor-elect Yuriko Koike on election victory, thus creating history of becoming
Rath Yatra (Festival of Chariots) was reportedly held in St. Louis suburb of Ballwin in Missouri (USA) on July 30.
Organized by International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON); this Hindu chariot procession marched from Hindu Temple of St. Louis to Queeny Park in Ballwin.
A Hindu temple has reportedly been proposed for Nashville in Tennessee by International Swaminarayan Satsang Organization (ISSO).
According to reports, this proposed 33,000-square-foot and 500-seat temple on 5.8 acres plot is on the August four agenda of Metropolitan Board of Zoning Appeals