Take A Beautiful Short Journey into Spiritual side of India with narration by Alan Watts. What do you desire? What makes you itch? What sort of a situation would you like?. Alan Watts a British philosopher knew exactly what he was talking about, in this video he inspires us all to do what we love.
Filmed in stunning high definition, Ganges is a sumptuous series that tells the story of the most extraordinary river in the world. The Ganges runs through the heart of India. For millions of Hindus it is India’s sacred river. Regarded as a goddess, described as the nexus of the natural and spiritual world. Fed by numerous streams, snowmelt, glaciers, and rain, it makes its way westward across the plains of the Indian subcontinent, passing through Rishikesh, Varanasi (known as the holiest city on the river). Take a spellbinding journey...
The Slow Poisoning of India is a 26-minute documentary film produced by the New Delhi-based The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). It deals with the dangers of excessive use of pesticide in agriculture. India is one of the largest users of pesticide in Asia and also one of the largest manufactures. The toxins have entered into the food chain and into our breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This is my assignment in Mandarin. I hope you can answer it as soon as possible. Thank you! My professor said we must answer logically between the buddha of India and the buddha from China. My professor said we must answer logically between the buddha of India and the buddha from China.
Along with the Indian encroachment in Nepal now India came up with this drama … everyone knows that lord Buddha was born in Nepal but India is trying to make a duplicate Kapilvastu ( birth place of Gautama Buddha) in India, just 20 km far from original Kapilvastu in Nepal. What are they trying to do ? Fool all other people in the world just for their fake work?
I am looking for a meditation retreat in India or Tibet that lasts anywhere from 10- 30 days. Vipassana, Buddhist,.. anything simple, vegetarian, non commercial, non tourist, not expensive- perhaps at a monestary, exchange work for accomodations. Has any one gone on a retreat such as this?