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The Perfect Cup of Chai: Prose from Mandeep Hothi

A prose piece about the ritual of chai-making by Mandeep Hothi.   My mom taught me how to make chai when I was young. It didn’t involve a big, coming-of-age ceremony but after a lifetime of preparing it for guests, family, and friends, she’d grown tired of making it herself. Any time I brought out […]

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Working for Social Justice: A Vedic Perspective by Shruti Gopal Kulkarni

Social justice is found the society that is firmly rooted in fairness, solidarity, and the upholding of human rights. The principles by which social justice is established and sustained, derived from and deeply embedded into our spiritual practice and cultural tradition, are universal and meant to be embraced by all.

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