The Indian Ascetic Holding His Arm Up for World Peace Since 1973
An Indian asceticism practitioner (sadhu) named Amar Bharati has been advocating for world peace for almost fifty years while holding up his right hand in the air without ever lowering it. A sadhu is a religious ascetic or holy person...
Is There Life After Death? Scientists on Both Sides of Eternal Question
Whether or not there is life after death has been widely debated for many centuries. Many people who have been declared clinically dead have been jolted back to life -- some of them unwillingly -- after experiencing very powerful,...
Greek Hinduism: From Fighting Indian Gods to Worshipping Them
The religion of the Greeks of India was not that of the Ancient Greek Pantheon. It was also not Christian Orthodoxy, as Christian proselytization had yet to catch on in India. By Arunansh B Goswami Cultures, religions, and languages have had...
Greek Holy Synod: Yoga Incompatible with Christianity
"The practice of yoga has no place in the lives of Christians," was the announcement made by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece in response to the International Day of Yoga, which was established by the United Nations...