Posted on June 30, 2006
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10 responses to “Update on Hindu Temple in Lahore: Case Closed?”

  1. bhattathiry says:

    Excellent article.Mind is the cause for both bondage and liberation. The word mind is derived from man to think and the word man derived from manu (sanskrit word for man). “The Supreme Lord is situated in everyone’s heart, O Arjuna, and is directing the wanderings of all living entities, who are seated as on a machine, made of the material energy.” There is no theory to be internalized and applied in this psychology. Ancient practices spontaneously induce what each person needs as the individual and the universal coincide. The work proceeds through intellectual knowledge of the playing field(jnana yoga), emotional devotion to the ideal(bhakti yoga) and right action that includes both feeling and knowledge(karma yoga). With !
    ongoing purification we approach wisdom. The Bhagavad Gita is a message addressed to each and every human individual to help him or her to solve the vexing problem of overcoming the present and progressing towards a bright future. Within its eighteen chapters is revealed a human drama. This is the experience of everyone in this world, the drama of the ascent of man from a state of utter dejection, sorrow and total breakdown and hopelessness to a state of perfect understanding, clarity, renewed strength and triumph. Introduction. Modern Management has become a necessity of everyday life, be it at family,in friend circle, in sports, in the office or factory and in Government. In all organizations, where a group of human beings assemble for a common purpose, management principles come into play through the management of resources, finance and planning, priorities, policies and practice. Management is a systematic way of carrying out activities in any field of human effort. Its!

  2. sujata says:

    Pakistan should take care of its cultural heritage which is multicultural in nature.A nation can not grow, a civilisation can not flourish if it is not receptive others.Pkistanis should make efforts to preserve their ancient cultures

  3. Thiagan says:

    19/3/07

    Mr.Bhasin is in self delusion. Advani is very much in the race; it is the pseudo secular gang that is on the run. BJP is ruling in most of the big states; minority appeasing Congress is ruling only in two big states; in one as a coalition partner. Next month UP goes to polls, when the friends of Bhasin will be rendered irrelevent. Secularism has flopped in Europe, Australia and elsewhere and it is a failiure in India too.

    Thiagan

  4. […] One of the very first posts we had done here on ATP was about the alleged demolition of a Hindu temple in Rangmahal Lahore (here). We followed it up with a second post demonstrating that by design and by default key forces in the media and amongst politicians tend to distort issues for their own myopic gains, even at the cost of the larger issues at stake (here). A third post on this issue from ATP followed up the story further and tried, as best as we could, to separate the facts from the rhetoric (here). […]

  5. Pandit Arvind Sharma says:

    Hi, najam I do not agree with Mr Bhasin this attitude of Hindu’s is the reason of the state Hindu’s are in Kashmir, Bangaladesh, Pakistan and caribian states. If a mosque is touched in India the whole muslim world cries foul,but when a temple which I am sure has been razed our own brothers say “till the time his own house is not on fire who the f*** cares”. I thank the Govt of Pakistan if temple is safe,if it has been destroyed please say it and don’t worry about Indians they are not going to react because majority is Mr Bhasin and his friends.