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Arise India Forum is a group of young and thoughtful enthusiasts, who value the impact of Indian Culture, History & Vedic Wisdom for Contemporary Society.
Arise India Forum is a group of young and thoughtful enthusiasts, who value the impact of Indian Culture, History & Vedic Wisdom for Contemporary Society.

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The Art of Loving
http://www.ariseindiaforum.org/the-art-of-loving/
“We often love things and use people while actually we should be loving people and using things…”

What is a greater source of inspiration, money or love? A housemaid might be paid ten thousand rupees per week to care for the baby while the mother spends sleepless nights serving her offspring. It is no surprise that the mother would serve the child better although she expects no remuneration.

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Kirtan is mantra meditation as song. The Sanskrit word man means mind, while tra means to free. Mantra meditation calms your mind of fear and anxiety, and opens your heart to reveal your spiritual nature of eternity and bliss. The process of kirtan involves singing sacred mantras to the accompaniment of musical instruments. Generally, the mantras are sung a repetitive call-and-response style, where the leader sings a mantra and the audience chants in response. Thus, kirtanincludes the audience in the performance.

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We are pleased to invite you for a Symposium on the launch of Mr.Rajiv Malhotra’s new book ‘BEING DIFFERENT’ (pub.HarperCollins) which was released in Nov.2011.

Mr.Malhotra is an Indian-American researcher, scholar on current affairs relating to civilizations, cross-cultural encounters, religion and science. A scientist by training and now full-time founder-director of the Infinity Foundation in Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. He was previously a senior corporate executive, strategic consultant and finally an entrepreneur in information technology and media. Currently he also serves as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Centre for Indic Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and as adviser to various organizations. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=273412429366527
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Before she died, anthropologist Margaret Mead spoke of her singular fear that, as we drift toward a more homogenous world, we are laying the foundations of a blandly amorphous and singularly generic modern culture that will have no rivals. The entire imagination of humanity, she feared, might be confined within the limits of a single intellectual and spiritual modality. Her nightmare was the possibility that we might wake up one day and not even remember what had been lost. Read Century of the Wind : Vanishing Cultures http://www.ariseindiaforum.org/century-wind-vanishing-cultures/

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‘I am a Musalmaan’ ( Vedic Culture in Russia)

At the outskirts of Moscow, in a town named Eurolova, I stayed in an ISKCON temple for two weeks. One day when I gave the morning class, I quoted from the Koran and the Bible. Devotees cheered me with thumbs up sign and were elated to know that the Koran mentions God having a form. Later we discussed about how certain religious systems do not allow their followers to raise their level of consciousness. Names flowed freely and devotees expressed how there are ‘mlecchas’ and ‘yavanas’ in large numbers in Russia. Little did I know at that point of time that a life changing incident was to unfold a few hours later. Read Complete Post here http://www.ariseindiaforum.org/vedic-culture-russia-part-1/
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