In the January 2024 edition of Hinduism Today, readers can expect a captivating exploration of diverse topics and insights.
On page 18, a feature article sheds light on the newly inaugurated Sharda Temple on the banks of the Kishaganga River in Kashmir, signifying a beacon of hope for peace in the region. The article delves into the temple’s historical and cultural significance.
Page 30 takes readers to the grand opening of the world’s largest functioning Hindu Temple in New Jersey. This monumental temple stands as a testament to Hindu spirituality and culture, and the article provides a deeper understanding of its importance.
Heading to North India, page 54 introduces readers to the revival of Nalanda University, a legendary center of learning. The article offers insights into the historical legacy of Nalanda and the dedicated efforts to restore its educational eminence.
For those seeking spiritual travel experiences, page 62 introduces a unique hotel chain that mirrors the essence of holy pilgrimages, providing a spiritual retreat for travelers.
Page 66 showcases the world’s tallest Nataraja statue at the Bharat Mandapam Exhibition Center, celebrating the artistic and cultural significance of this monumental sculpture.
In the lifestyle section, page 36 underscores the significance of teaching children the fundamentals of Ashtanga Yoga for their holistic development, while page 68 explores the potential of Ayurveda in addressing depression among teenagers.
The opinion section, starting on page 9, features insights into ancient India’s regenerative agriculture practices, the importance of worship within Hindu homes (page 10), and wisdom from the Kamika Agama on imparting Jnana Diksha (page 17).
Digests on page 6 cover global Dharma, and page 14 offers inspiration through featured quotes and quips.
The January 2024 edition of Hinduism Today promises an enlightening journey through international events, cultural richness, education, spirituality, and contemporary perspectives.