Now a Portal for Hindu Prayer Services

January 12, 2011 by · 2 Comments
Filed under: Peace, People 

Ishwarbhakti.com is a new website that offers Puja/ Hindu Prayer services for religious Hindus across the world.

http://emailwire.com/files/pr_images/mid_thumbs/1_1294785089_55466.PNGJanuary 12, 2011  – Remember the days, when prayers were offered on important occasions of Birthdays, festivals, New Year? Over the time, numerous demands of modern professional’s life have taken that privilege away. More so for the Non Resident Indians, who don’t have access to Hindu Religious services and find it tough to follow their religious interests on their far and few between trips to India, most of which are spent meeting family and friends. Ishwarbhakti.com brings Puja/ Hindu Prayer services for such individuals, to help fulfill their religious vocations using Internet as the medium. Read more

Dalai Lama receives US Congressional Gold Medal

October 17, 2007 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Americas, Asia-Pacific, Government, Peace, People 

Oct. 17: US President Bush gave the Congressional Gold Medal to the Dalai Lama – it’s one of the highest US honors. The Dalai Lama has been living in India and working from peace from there. Bush called on China to open talks with the exiled spiritual leader. China, however, views the Dalai Lama as a separatist and traitor, and condemned the US Congressional award as interference in China’s internal affairs. But at a news conference earlier in the day, President Bush said that he did not think his attendance at the ceremony would damage U.S. relations with China. Jon Decker reports.

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