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Will Hinduism survive in India?

Survival of Hinduism doesn’t depend on outside threats but the complacency within. Traditions or systems can be disrupted by outside threats, it can be fatal sometime. But inner complacency or inner challenges kills every single time. The Hindu community of Pakistan, Bangladesh or Afghanistan is dying not because they aren’t… Read More »Will Hinduism survive in India?

Grihastha Āśrama

There are four main stages of life in Hinduism, which are known as the ashramas. The Grihastha stage is the second stage, during which Hindus are expected to get married and raise a family. The Grihastha stage is considered to be the most important stage of life, as it is… Read More »Grihastha Āśrama

Brahmacharya Ashrama

Brahmacharya ashrama is the first of the four ashrams, or stages of life, outlined in the Hindu scriptures and discussed in our post on Varnashrama Dharma. The others are grihastha (householder), vanaprastha (retirement), and sannyasa (renunciation). In the Brahmacharya ashrama or stage, a person is celibate and focuses on learning.… Read More »Brahmacharya Ashrama


Vedas are a large body of ancient Indian texts. The Vedas are the oldest of the Hindu scriptures and are regarded as sacred by Hindus. The Vedas are classified into four categories: the Rig Veda, the Atharva Veda, the Sama Veda, and the Yajur Veda. In this post, we will… Read More »Vedas