This is the Twelfth (12th) Issue of "360 Degrees Hinduism" Magazine for the samvat of Magh Phalgun 2073 as per Hindu Calendar OR month of January Feburary 2017 as per English Calendar
This is the Twelfth (12th) Issue of “360 Degrees Hinduism” Magazine for the samvat of Magh Phalgun 2073 as per Hindu Calendar OR month of January Feburary 2017 as per English Calendar
Kathakali is a traditional dance-drama from the Indian state of Kerala. It developed as a distinct art form in the mid-seventeenth century, drawing influences from a variety of other performance traditions. Men traditionally played all roles, but women train and perform in some contemporary troupes. The epic stories come from the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Bhagavata Purana. Characters are mostly superhuman archetypes: gods, demons, and humans, plus a few animals. Kathakali can be performed in temple grounds as well as in private and public areas, and there is implicit understanding that Kathakali, like its forerunners, reinforces moral codes and glorifies the gods through dramatic representation. We covered “Kathakali” with precise information.
A knowledgeable technical article for knowledge capsule section be ” Culinary Herbs and Spices: Their Bioactive Properties, the Contribution of Polyphenols and the Challenges in Deducing Their True Health Benefits”.
Hindus pride follow the article on “Hindus Must Unite or Face Extinction ” – by Stephen Knapp
Ayur plant section show highlights on Coconut Water for Health Benefits.
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