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What is Hindu Blog?
Hindu Blog is an online magazine that updates regularly about matters related to Hinduism (like festivals, astrology, temples, sacred places, fasting, rituals), the latest developments in Hindu society and religion and explores Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism).

What is the aim of the Blog?
An attempt to learn the true teachings of Sanatana Dharma and share it.

Hinduism believes in self-realization and not borrowed self-realization. Each individual should realize That (Brahman). Not by becoming a blind follower of another but through self-realization. This should happen without any external compulsion or constraint.

Hindu Blog advocates practical Hinduism and reformation in Hindu society, especially the eradication of the caste system and other social evils. Also believes that Hindu society should give more emphasis on equality, education and philanthropic activities.

Again, just because am not comfortable with some aspects of practical Hinduism I am not going to ignore it. If some reader wants to know about a superstition I am going to write about it.

Everything about Hinduism will find a place in Hindu Blog.

Hinduism is the sum total of all attempts by individuals to know That Supreme Truth and 'Who am I. The attempts of all individuals need to be respected and given due space.

Who is the author of the blog?
The blog is written by Abhilash Rajendran, a student of Sanatana Dharma and a professional blogger.

Why there are advertisements on the blog?
It is impossible for a blog to survive without revenue. Like all people, I also need to pay my bills. So a revenue source is a necessity.

If I yoke the blog to some ashram or organization or guru, it will lose its independent character. And I am not a person who likes to surrender my freedom.

For the blog to adhere to the true teachings of Santana Dharma, it needs to generate revenue on its own and therefore I display the advertisements.

And I do have control over the advertisements so if a reader finds something really offensive then I can always request Google to remove them.

How can I help the blog?
By reading it. Read the blog and find the errors. Mistakes will creep in as it is a single person maintained blog. Point out factual errors.

You can give post ideas. You can give a small hint or write up about something of your region or community associated with Hindu religion. We together can then develop it.

All ideas are welcome. We can discuss and execute them.

How to contact the author?
You can contact the author at [email protected]
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