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Comic Book on Indra – The King Gods from Virgin Comics

Indra – The King Gods from Virgin Comics is the third book in the India Authentic Series by Deepak Chopra after Ganesha and Kali. The book is written by Saurav Mohapatra and is slated to release on 11th July 2007. About Comic Book Indra from Virgin ComicsI am Indra – the son of Dyaus. I am the Thunder! I am the King of Gods. Those that have stood before me have either become friends or have been crushed by my Vajra. Like Virithra, the serpent demon that held the waters of a young world hostage, and who could not be killed by any metal, or wood, or stone. I decimated him with my Vajra, crafted from the bones of the sage Dadhichi. I am the ruler of Svarga (Heaven,) master of the nubile Apsaras (nymphs,) the lord of Soma (the sweet wine of Ambrosia,) and the tamer of Airavaat, the four tusked elephant of lore. I invite you to come see for yourself the might of Indra and the splendor of Amarvati Prime, the city of Gods.

Invading the Sacred - An Analysis of Hinduism Studies in America

The book Invading the Sacred - An Analysis of Hinduism Studies in America uncovers the invisible networks behind a Hindu phobia especially in the American Academy that is systematically undermining core icons and ideals of Hindu culture and thought. The book contains a series of essays written by academicians and professionals and is edited by Krishnan Ramaswamy, Antonio de Nicolas and Aditi Banerjee. Some examples of undermining HinduismThe Bhagavad Gita is a dishonest book.
Ganesha's trunk is a limp phallus.
Devi is the mother with a penis.
Shiva is a notorious womanizer and violent.
Sri Ramakrishna is a pedophile who molested the young Swami Vivekananda.
The bindi is a drop of menstrual fluid.There are more of these types of findings and modern interpretations of Hinduism and its symbols in American academy.The book Invading the Sacred - An Analysis of Hinduism Studies in America uncovers the senile people behind such monstrous accusations and the Indian Diaspora's challenges …

Poem by Vidyapati on Radha’s wait for Krishna

Her tears carved a river
And she broods on its bank,
Hurt and confused.
You ask her one thing,
She speaks of another.
Her friends believe
That joy may come again.
At times they banish hope
And cease to care.O Madhava,
I have run to call you.
Radha each day
Grows thinner
Thinner than the crescent in the sky...VidyapatiSource Poem: Thinner than the crescent in the sky by Vidyapati (1374-1460)