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    The various sacred traditions and beliefs of the Hindus capture the attention of people from diverse cultures around the world. From believing the Brahman is perceived as an impersonal form of God to performing Bhakti yoga to surrendering the soul to God, Hinduism promotes innovative ideas to calm and relax the bod, mind, and spirit. In addition to these particular practices, Hindu’s respect their geographical surroundings of the Indus River Valley. It is said that from this “valley,” ritual purity

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    Ganga is the tern used to refer to a goddess of the river Ganges. River Ganges is India’s largely consecrated mass of water. Hindus are known to have strong beliefs. They are known to believe that by virtue of bathing in her holy waters this will help wash way ones sins. It is on this basis that they conduct repeated sporadic ritualistic washings in order to secure a position or a place in the heavenly world. On the other hand, the Museo delle is one of the museums in the city of Lugano city in

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    A Critique of O. P. Dwivedis Satyagraha for Conservation: Awakening the Spirit of Hinduism In his article Satyagraha for Conservation: Awakening the Spirit of Hinduism, O. P. Dwivedi argues that we must reawaken religious values if the world is going to reduce the current level of environmental degradation. He suggests that religious beliefs can serve as a crucial foundation in helping to create a self-consciously moral society which would put conservation and respect for Gods

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    Global Glaciers in the Himalayas The Himalayan mountains are home to the second largest body of ice in the world, these glaciers are extremely important to the lives of many people, animals and ecosystems.The Himalayan range includes about 15,000 glaciers, which store about 12,000 km3 (3000 cubic miles) of freshwater. The Himalayan mountains are located in the northeastern part of India and pass through several countries including Pakistan, China, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bhutan. The glaciers in the

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    State flower :Brahma Kamal Brahmma kamal is a sacred flower name after creator lord Brahma, Brahma kamal is rare ,threatened and nearly endemic medicinal herb of the himalayan region.It is found on alpine, grassy slopes with rocky bases and near streams, in the Himalayas at an altitude of 3000 to 4000m .In Uttrakahand it is found Nanda devi reserves and Govindghat wildlife santuary ,Roopkund region .It is evergreen herb with large pale yellow ,boat shape ,papery bracts surrounding the dense

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    area of Uttarakhand is categorized as Seismic Zone IV which makes it prone to major Earthquakes. Several major and minors rivers originate in the hills of Uttarakhand. Two major rivers, i.e. Ganga & Yamuna have their sources in the upper reaches of Gangotri and Yamunotri glaciers respectively. The flood disaster of 2013 is attributed to continuous heavy rainfall in the state from 15th June, 2013 to 17th June, 2013. Many regions in the state such as Kedarnath, Rudraprayag and Gaurikund etc. experienced

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    The River Ganges, also known as the Ganga, flows 2,525 km (1,569 mi) from the Himalaya mountains to the Bay of Bengal in northern India and Bangladesh. The Ganges River begins in the Himalayas' Gangotri Glacier.The glacier sits at an elevation of 12,769 feet (3,892 m). The River Ganges flows through the countries of India and Bangladesh. For most of its course the Ganges flows through Indian territory, although its large delta in the Bengal area, which it shares with the Brahmaputra River,

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    Haridwar- Haridwar is the most significant pilgrimage city in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, India. The River Ganges, from its source at Gaumukh at the edge of the Gangotri Glacier, enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of the northern part of India for the first time at Haridwar. As such, it gave the city its ancient name, Gangadwára. Haridwar is also regarded as one of the 7th holiest places to Hindus. 7. Meenakshi Amman

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    celebrations differ? Some of us participate in the pilgrimage of the holy sites, to symbolize worship. “The four holy sites observed are Puri, Rameswaram, Dwarka, and Badrinath”. Hinduism 4 “The Himalayan towns of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri) compose the Char Dham (four abodes) pilgrimage circuit”. Mr. Rao referenced a lunisolar Hindu calendar that is generally used throughout the day. The lunisolar consists of a standard 12 month calendar incredibly dense in content

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    Hinduism Hinduism cannot be described as an organized religion. One individual did not found Hinduism. Hinduism is God centered and therefore one can call Hinduism as founded by God. Hinduism is based upon Eternal Principles. If a great scientist like Einstein discovered or realized laws of physics, Hinduism would call him a great Rishi (Maharshi or seer of truth.) Such seers of truth are not confined to any one age or country. Self realized persons like Jesus Christ would be called Rishis (seers)

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