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India's US$5.14 Million Ta Prohm Restoration Work Will Be Finished This Year
Posted on 2014/8/30 17:49:30 ( 219 reads )

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INDIA, August 29, 2014 (Indian Embassy Phnom Penh): HPI note: we were unable to access the URL at source the day we posted this, but it should be correct.

India-Cambodia relations are traceable to 2000 years. Historically, Indian influence in culture and religion was a dominant feature in South East Asia. However, Cambodia is perhaps the only country where it still remains strongly visible in customs, rituals and way of life of the people. The landmark of this strong link is perhaps the pre-Angkor era temples, which are one of the greatest heritage monuments in the world. According to Padmasree Prof. Sachchidanand Sahai, a renowned scholar and expert on Khmer civilization, the Angkor Heritage Park, covering an area of approx. 400 sq. km. is the only mega heritage site in the world. The world famous temples of Angkor Wat, Banteay Srei, Ta Prohm, Preah Khan, Bayon, Baphuon, Phnom Bakheng and many other great temples are all located inside this Angkor Heritage Park, which is adjacent to the Siem Reap town in Cambodia.

In its present phase, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has been working on the restoration of the Ta Prohm temple since 2003. Ta Prohm temple, dedicated to Lord Brahma (Prohm) was built during the period between mid-twelfth century and early thirteenth century by Khmer King Jayavarman VII. Ta Prohm was initially constructed as a Buddhist monastery and was very wealthy in its time. It was dedicated by King Jayavarman VII to his mother.

Ta Prohm, more popularly known as Tree Temple is one of the finest specimen of Khmer creativity and architecture of the Angkorean era. ASI has successfully documented all identified structures of the temple and proposed conservation thereof. It has also successfully restored the 3rd enclosure gallery (which was completely fallen before), main causeway and the 4th enclosure Gopura.

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Hindu Devotees Celebrate Hindu Festival in Yangon, Myanmar
Posted on 2014/8/30 17:49:25 ( 141 reads )

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YANGON, MYANMAR, April 3, 2014 (EN): Vivid slideshow at "source" of Hindu devotees celebrating a Hindu festival in Yangon, Myanmar on March 30, 2014. Devotees undergo back piercing and fire-walking during the festival.

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New Hindu Chaplain at Michigan's Oakwood Hospital
Posted on 2014/8/30 17:49:18 ( 119 reads )

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DEARBORN, MICHIGAN, August 8, 2014 (PR Web): Shama Mehta didn't expect her life to change the day she interviewed for a volunteer services position at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn. After being downsized from an administrative position with her previous employer, she knew she wanted to work in an environment where she could help other people. Mehta, a 30-year-old devout Hindu from Livonia, never considered chaplaincy and she certainly wasn't prepared for how the journey would impact her life.

A naturally enthusiastic, ambitious and positive person, Mehta has since completed her training as a hospital chaplain and is taking the final steps to receive her certification as a Board Certified Chaplain. She is now a permanent member of the Oakwood Spiritual Support staff, making it only one of two programs in in the entire country whose commitment to diversity has resulted in having Clinical Pastoral Education certified chaplains in each of the four major faiths: Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Jewish.

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Sanatan Dharma Scholarships
Posted on 2014/8/30 17:49:12 ( 133 reads )



FLORIDA, U.S., August 29, 2014 (Sharma Tadepalli): HMEC 2014 Orlando, Florida invites students from State of Florida to apply for four special scholarships each $251. Eligibility for the scholarship is extended to any currently enrolled student in Florida State education system at the Middle School, High School and College level.

The Coalition of Hindu Youth (CHY) group will select the winners. CHY is an umbrella organisation among Hindu Youth and Hindu Organizations to foster unity and share resources. CHY, is a project of the World Hindu Council of America (VHPA).

For information on how to apply contact Sharma Tadepalli at "source" above. The deadline for submission is September 10th.

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Daily Inspiration
Posted on 2014/8/30 17:49:06 ( 107 reads )

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Do not be proud of wealth, people, relations and friends, or youth. All these are snatched by time in the blink of an eye. Giving up this illusory world, know and attain the Supreme.
-- Adi Shankara, 9th century Indian philosopher and saint

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