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B'Khush with Art of Living

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 B'Khush is extremely pleased to announce a new column on "Art of Living" by Sanjukta Das. The Art of Living Foundation is one of the world's largest volunteer-based, humanitarian and educational non-governmental organizations (NGO) It was founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. We are hopeful that our readers will be hugely benefitted through this column.
 
About Sanjukta : Sanjukta Das who is settled in Canada now, is originally from India. Sanjukta is an International Art of  Living Teacher and she has been conducting Art of Living workshops. It is this responsibility that allows her to understand the dynamics of the community very insightfully. A deeply philanthropic person Sanjukta is engaged in different roles in the community.

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Israel through Jacqueline's Eyes- "Rosh Ha Shana"-Part 2

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 The Jewish New Year is celebrated in September every year, Rosh Ha Shana – literally  meaning Head of the Year is beginning of the Jewish year, celebrating  the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve and most importantly realization of Mankind’s role in  God’s world. People wish each other a Good and a Sweet year and to symbolize this there is a common custom in every Jewish household, to have"Apple Dipped in Honey" – representing  a Sweet Year ahead. 
 

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Israel through Jacqueline's Eyes- "Rosh Ha Shana"

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 B'Khush is extremely excited and honored to introduce a column by Jacqueline Daniel Solomon. The column will cover the Jewish festivals and its rich cultural heritage.We believe this column will be very informative and exciting for our readers across the world. 
 
 

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Dreams...

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What are dreams? Are they messages from our subconscious, telling us what’s been missing from  our lives? I think they are not random flashes in our minds but deep dark thoughts exposed in  totality.

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Freedom of Equality

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Only days after we celebrated 67 years of freedom from the clasps of  colonialism, India and its people were strained to reassess the notion of freedom with which we have evolved as a society. 
 
• A 22-year old photojournalist was gang-raped at 6:30pm in the  evening in Mumbai on the 22
 

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Has India been Stereotyped?

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We have come to the end of August.  The Indian in me is somewhat fresh from the sixty seventh Independence Day celebrations of her country. I have loved, revered and glorified my motherland that has shaped my beliefs, sculpted the individual that I am, and above all, has given to me an identity that I proudly carry across the globe.

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No Country for Women

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 A nation that boasts of a surging economy, growth and potential, burgeoning skyscrapers, Bollywood gloss and above all, of intelligent minds in diligent beings, hangs its head low with shame brought to it by its very own people.

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What are you Thankful for?

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 It is overwhelming at times when I think of ‘Thanksgiving’ and why it is celebrated in the US.But for me, it has always been something different, it was as if everyone was ‘thanking’ for being alive, or rather, for having a life! And, of course, when we talk about ‘Thanksgiving’, anamnesis is not left behind either!

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Thou Shalt Die Because I Believe.....

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The Face Behind the Veil - "Let HER Be"

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Whether it be the three Muses or the Fates of Greek and Roman mythology, whether it be Kali, Draupadi, Radha or Sita, women have been idolised and revered. Why then are women battered, enslaved, exploited, subjugated and held on a leash? Do the two concepts not clash?

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