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Download Hindu Panchangam 2008 for Free

This free Hindu Panchangam download is offered by Himalayan academy and is referred as Vedic Calendar – Hindu Panchangam. The Panchangam is based on local timings and covers major cities in United States and other cities in countries including India, Canada, Australia, Britain and Indonesia. It also covers several countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. Please note that the Panchangam does not contain any Hindu astrological predictions. The Hindu Panchangam also includes Western calendar information basically to help modern readers. Here is an example of a how a day in the Panchangam looks like(Click on the image for a large view)The Downloadable Panchangam is in PDF format.Most Hindu Panchangams begin in the month of April – this is when the Hindu New Year is observed in several regions. The first four months of 2008 (January to April) can be downloaded from here – Panchangam April 2007 – April 2008.The next twelve months can be downloaded from here – Panchangam Apri…

New Ramayan Serial on NDTV Imagine

NDTV Imagine Channel, the new entertainment initiative from NDTV Ltd, will be featuring a Ramayan serial based on Valmiki’s Ramayan and Tulsidas’ Ramcharitmanas. The new Ramayana will air from Monday to Thursday at 2130 hrs on NDTV Imagine starting from January 21, 2008. This brand new Ramayan is from the Sagar Arts, which brought India to a standstill on Sundays during the 1980s with the mythological serial Ramayana on Doordarshan. Preview of Ramayan Serial on NDTV ImagineAnnouncing the launch of the show, Mr. Sameer Nair, CEO, NDTV Imagine said, ‘Ramayan is a tale for every generation. It is multi-layered, multi-faceted, multi-dimensional... and this brand new daily version of the timeless classic has been interpreted to cater to the taste of a shining, modern India. Television is all about great stories well told, and for us, Ramayan is India's greatest story ever and we hope to re-tell it in a compelling, entertaining manner.’New generation actors are playing the key roles i…

Osho Sayings on Living in the Moment

You have to be living naturally this moment. The next moment will come out of it on its own. Just as a child grows and becomes a youth – there is no need to plan for it, one simply becomes; it is natural, it happens.

As a river flows and comes to the ocean – the same way – you flow and you come to the end, to the ocean. But one should remain natural, floating and in the moment.

Once you start thinking about the future and ambition and desire, you are missing this moment.

When you think of the future it is nothing but the projection of the past; when you think of the past it is nothing but trying to plan for the future – they are together.

A man who lives in the moment now and here is not cluttered with the past and not cluttered with the future, he remains unburdened. He has no burden to carry, he moves without weight.


(Source: Maturity: The responsibility of being oneself/ Osho)