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  • 00:59

    Mens Spiritual Radio, Swami Shantanand, Tues, 8pm EST

    in Spirituality

    Swami Shantanand Saraswati (“Shantji”) is a Jnana Yogi. He is a teacher, an author, a philosopher and a true mystic. Shantji was born in a small village near Banda, U.P., India and raised in a wealthy family.  After graduating from the University of Allahabad with honors, he renounced worldly life and became a seeker of Truth.  When he was living in a cave he realized the truth of Non-doing and since then has been sharing this wisdom, igniting others to realize their True Nature.

    Shantji is the director of Handiya Baba Yogalaya in Allahabad, India and the founder of Shanti Temple in Montrose, Pennsylvania. Dividing his time between India and America, Shantji has been lecturing and teaching workshops in the US since 1980. He is the author of several books:  Are You Free?, Power of Truth, Pure Wisdom, Unfolding Wisdom, Challenge of Wisdom, Confusion and Clarity, and A Vision of the Invisible.

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  • 00:28

    India Series: Sarah Seidelman Born to Freak Indian Style

    in Travel

    Sarah Bamford Seidelmann,fourth-generation physician turned shamanic healer and life coach, lives with her husband and  4 children near the shores of Lake Superior. Her first book,  What The Walrus Knows, is getting rave reviews on Amazon. Her second book, went to the top of the ADHD category  on Amazon on its launch Born to FREAK:  A Salty Primer for Irrepressible Humans.  "Since my teen years I have longed to go to India.  I was a bit obsessed with Ghandi in high school and have always been drawn to Indian design, spirituality and the food.   Slumdog Millionaire is probably one of my all time favorite films about the invincibility of the heart and spirit despite staggering difficulty.  When the local yoga group announced they were planning a trip to the Khumba Mela in Allahabad in 2013, the largest gathering of humanity on earth for a spiritual purpose.   I recognized this was how I was to go to India.  70 million people will gather at the confluence of two rivers where it becomes the Ganges at this very auspicious time to intend peace for the world." 
    Join me as we discuss Sarah's travels and motivation for her unique journey to India.

  • 00:24

    Ayodhya verdict on Sept 30 - India Is Shut Down Tomorrow

    in Podcasting

    NEW DELHI: The Allahabad High Court will on Thursday pronounce its verdict on the decades-old title suits seeking ownership of the disputed Ayodhya site, amid signs of an easing of the anxiety about its fallout because of the growing assessment that it may not throw up a clear winner or loser.

    This announcement from the HC's Lucknow Bench, which was set to pronounce the judgment in the sensitive case on September 24 but was stopped from doing so by the Supreme Court, came after the apex court dismissed an appeal to defer the verdict in order to explore the possibility for a negotiated resolution of the case which has defied several similar bids.

    Since India has less than 3% Christians....Is what is going on In New Dehli a "preview of coming attractions" when the Christian population is effectively removed from a society?

  • 01:58

    Hindu Radio:India's Kumbha Melas-From 4 to 12/Ancient Balinese Scripts Digitized/Swastikas & Science

    in Culture

    The Kumbh Mela, presently held in four cities in the country -- Prayag (Allahabad), Haridwar, Ujjian and Nasik. Swami Chitadamanji Maharaj of Siddhaashram says the world's largest religious gathering Kumbh Mela is being organised since the Vedic times and its importance has been mentioned in the Puranas and other Hindu religious texts.

    Speaking on the origin of the Kumbh Mela, Swami Chitadamanji Maharaj says, "Droplets of the holy nectar (Amrit Kalash) which was derived from Samundra Manthan fell at 12 places in the country. Since then Kumbh Mela was held at these 12 places.

    Dr Darren Bagnall from the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton has found that he can arrange tens of thousands of gold swastikas on a square millimetre to form new optical metamaterials that act to artificially change the polarisation of light, effectively "twisting" light in accordance with the rotation of the swastikas. By changing the degree of twist in a predictable way the chiral metamaterials can provide an alternative way to code information that is being transmitted using light.
    According to Dr Bagnall, it is the special arrangement and squareness of the swastika which makes it the ideal geometry for their experiments. He comments: "The swastika has a number of special features, it is entirely made up of vertical and horizontal straight lines and it is square but can still provide the feeling of left-handed or right-handed rotation known as chirality. It is this chirality which causes our swastikas to twist light."