Shakambari Navaratri begins on Pausha Ashtami to Pausha Poornima. Pausha is the third-month post-Deepawali festival, a winter season, and hence connected with wellness and well-being through nourishment.Read More
On Day 4 of the Sharadiya Navaratri, we invoke Kushmanda - the goddess from the radiant smile of whom the universe was conjured. The Devi’s spirit is embodied by Dr Kadambini Ganguly, one of the first female physicians of India.Read More
On Day 2 of the Sharadiya Navaratri, we invoke Maa Brahmacharini, the one who constantly dwells in Brahman. The conception of Maa Brahmacharini echoed in Gargi Vachaknavi, a formidable ‘Brahmavadini’ from Upanishadic era. By Sreejit Datta, Assistant Professor, Director of Civilisational Studies Practice & Resident Mentor at Rashtram. On Dwitiya,...Read More
On Day 1 of the Sharadiya Navaratri, we invoke and worship Maa Shailaputri, “Daughter of the Mountain”. We find the earthly manifestations of such divine grace. One such example Smt Anshu Jamsenpa, an Indian mountaineer who scaled Mount Everest within a record time of just five days.Read More
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