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Aniruddha’s Blog

Harmony Walk

July 18th, 2009
On Sunday, twelfth of June we participated in the The Walk for Harmony, an initiative launched by Hon. John Brumby, the Victorian Premier, to promote multiculturalism in Victoria.

Here’s a new post on FOLK News, showing Guna Mani Nitai how this thing works.

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Inside Britain’s first Hindu state-funded faith school - Education News, Education - The Independent

June 21st, 2009

Inside Britain’s first Hindu state-funded faith school

The pupils do yoga, eat vegetarian food and are calm and alert. But critics say the rise in religious education is divisive and wrong

Faith based education has its detractors but enough supporters to flourish in the UK.

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Growing trend for palatable shapes in shared living

June 13th, 2009
Decorative food gardens, a modern take on the old kitchen garden, are the latest thing for sustainability activists. And the concept is set to expand further

Something to consider, so long as we have enough water to grow our fruit and veg!

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Don’t believe the media hype: racism is often a two-way street | theage.com.au

June 1st, 2009
In fact, I have encountered the worst form of discrimination, and most varieties of it, in my own country, India, where people are discriminated against on the basis of almost every difference: race, cast, class, gender and sexual orientation. So it is indeed puzzling that news about Australia being racist is reaching epic proportions in countries that can hardly claim to be any better. After all, charity begins at home. And so should social reform.

Interesting comment on racism from another Indian perspective…

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back in Brisbane aft

May 28th, 2009

back in Brisbane after a quick trip down the MWY with Tirtharaj Prabhu… Radha Govardhanadhari, Gaura Nitai and Krsna Balarama looked great

last day of the AGM.

May 27th, 2009

last day of the AGM… mist in the valley …

America | The National Catholic Weekly

May 22nd, 2009
We should imagine a kind of dialogue — not of religions or theologies this time — but of women and men of different traditions who, upon reaching a certain age, tell their stories with a certain wisdom and humor and in that way speak to one another across religious boundaries. In particular, Radhanath’s account invites us baby-boomers — readers of this blog included — to look a little deeper into how we found, lost, kept, gave away, were given (back) the faith — how we managed to find the 1960s a time of grace and wonder. For this invitation, we can all be grateful to Swami Radhanath. But judge for yourself; take a look at the book, see what you think

A great review of a great book.

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Just back from a gre

May 22nd, 2009

Just back from a great Friday night Hari-nama…

What are you doing r

May 22nd, 2009

What are you doing right now?

Testing hellotxt. Te

May 19th, 2009

Testing hellotxt. Testing, testing, 123…