Wanna know what's in store for you this Diwali. Dr Seema Midha, deciphers the story of your future from the mystical language of Tarot Cards.
Ever since the dawn of civilisation, man has been engaged in search of his Creator. Different theories have been propounded about the existence of God. God created man in his own image but where to find Him? Why is he not visible? These questions continue to pester us quite often.
When these texts were written, they were the product of a direct communication with the Creator, who is the Source of all scientific principles.
The first law of the new physics is that there is no such thing as cause and effect, for that presupposes a past, a present and a future.
Seema Mohanty captures the evolution of Kali, from her origin as a tantric goddess to her metamorphosis into divinity.
What’s in store this Valentine’s Day? Dr Prem Kumar Sharma predicts...
There is not much that the Congress and BJP have in common, but Om jai jagadish hare is the caller tune of choice for many leaders of both parties. Namya Sinha finds out more...
The Third Advent describes a new category of perception which balances, heals and connects us to the primordial power of life.
The parents must realize how their interaction is affecting the unborn child, as its senses are now very acutely taking in all that it can sense in the home.
Dreams provide us peeks into our subconscious, revealing our deepest, darkest fantasies.
The third month takes on the mantle of the love of the Trinity, that is the coming together of the human energies of the Mother, the Father and the Child.
Parvez Dewan weaves an engrossing narrative that captures the significance of Hanuman.
What is common between Aamir, SRK, Salman, AR Rahman , JK Rowling, Steve Waugh, Brooke Shields and Undertaker? Well, they were all born in the influential year 1965. Pt. Bhanupratapnarain Mishra tells more.
According to Vedic astrology, Satyam founder chairman B Ramaling Raju had great planetary positions when he was born, writes Pt. Bhanu Pratap Narain Mishra.
'My vision of the new man is of a rebel, of a man who is in search of his original self', says Osho in this book.