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The Terrific Turmeric!

With its earthy and soothing aroma and warm golden-yellow colour, turmeric has a special place in our kitchens and culture. Also known as Circuma ...

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Looking Good, Man!

Haven’t we all witnessed men getting excluded from the topics of hair and skin care? These discussions are generally identified as "women’s ...

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How to Cultivate Mental Wellbeing

Have you ever engaged in an activity that left you feeling like a calm, flowing river? Or doing something that felt like a cold breeze on a warm ...

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A Shampoo That Won't Kill You

Why would something that is only used twice a week, in a coin sized amount, kill you!? Yes, it may. Read here.  So, what do we choose instead? A ...

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Why Knowing More About Your Shampoo Helps

With the recent discovery of elevated levels of benzene in dry shampoos, many major brands like Dove, Bed Head, Tresemme etc recalled their shampoos ...

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To Sweet, or Not to Sweet?

Name a festival which is celebrated without sweets... still thinking? I KNOW!  Maybe there aren't any. Festivals are celebrations. Celebrating ...

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The Commendable Coconut

Coconuts have been a part of our culture forever. So many of us have some sort of memory attached to this sweet-smelling fruit, whether it is ...

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Water: Wholistic and Wonderful

It's a hot afternoon. You’ve just come back home after being in the sun for a really long time. You're parched. You enter the house, throw away ...

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Dussehra: The Victory of Good Over Evil

Dussehra, also known as Dasara or Vijayadashami, in Hinduism, is a holiday marking the triumph of Rama over the 10-headed demon king Ravana, who ...

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Siddhidatri: The Bestower of Sublime

Worshipped on the ninth & final day of Navratri, Goddess Siddhidatri is the incarnation of Shakti who is the divine blesser. Siddhi means ...

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Mahagauri: The Essence of Revival

Worshipped on the eighth day of Navratri, Goddess Mahagauri is the incarnation of Shakti which represents recovery & purity. Maha means extreme, ...

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Kaalratri: The Invincible Destroyer

Worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri, Kaalratri is the manifestation of power and fierceness in this incarnation of Shakti. The term Kaal refers ...

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Katyayani: The Undaunted Warrior

The sixth day of Navratri is devoted to the worship of the Goddess Katyayani. This incarnation of Shakti is in the form of a wise, fearless warrior. ...

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Skandmata: The Divine Mother

Worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri, Goddess Skandmata is the incarnation of Shakti (Parvati) in the phase of motherhood. Skandmata has four ...

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Kushmanda: The Supreme Creator

Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped on the fourth day of Navratri. Her name begins with the word "Ku," which means small. Ushma, the next word, denotes ...

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Chandraghanta: The Essence of Companionship and Harmony

This incarnation of Goddess Durga represents Parvati (Shakti) as the ideal other half of Lord Shiva. Worshipped on the third day of Navratri, ...

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Brahmcharini: The Epitome of Determination And Abstinence

Worshipped on the second day of Navratri as the ascetic incarnation of Goddess Durga, Brahmcharini (meaning, a woman who seeks out the divine truths) ...

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Shailputri: The Embodiment of New Beginnings

Born as the daughter of Shailraj Himalaya, Shailputri is worshipped on the first day of nine days of Navratri. Carrying a trident in her right hand ...

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The Significance of Burning Incense: Part 1

Our world has a long-standing practice of burning incense sticks and using incense. It was believed that aromatic plant materials drove demons away ...

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Making Space for Change with Autumnal Equinox

The Autumnal Equinox, also known as September Equinox marks the beginning of Autumn and end of Summer season in the Northern Hemisphere. The word ...

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