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Would you like to share any anecdotes on rakshabandhan?

Asked by shuvra dey, 05 Aug '09 04:02 pm , 1 answers

'Raksha (protection) Bandhan' (band) (a festival celebrated in north India in August) signifies the sanctity of the blood relation between a brother a... more

Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 05 Aug '09 04:11 pm


I think it is shankutla and Dushyant... more

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Why time and tide wait for none ?

Asked by Ritu Arora, 28 Aug '08 04:49 pm , 1 answers

It's actually quite literal. And I think the saying is: Time and Tide waits for no man (and very few women). Just kidding about the bit in brackets. T... more

Answered by Jairam Kshirasagar, 28 Aug '08 04:55 pm


Any logic behind Hindus does not eat beef?

Asked by Sandeep Sharma, 04 Mar '08 02:28 pm , 1 answers

1. Cow is a pet -A simplistic answer will be a question - why do Westerners no eatdog's meat, or cat's meat ? The obvious point is that people world o... more

Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 04 Mar '08 02:36 pm


Whether Ramayan is a fact or a fiction?

Asked by AMAN VOHRA, 07 Dec '07 11:57 am , 1 answers

This aberration has been pervading since time immemorial in various references to the epic event in India, supposedly the place where the Ramayana too... more

Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 07 Dec '07 12:00 pm

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