Category: Hinduism

Simple Living & High Thinking

A professor of religion and ethics discovers the spirituality of spinning cotton khadi while living among the sisters of the Brahma Vidya Mandir ashram. By Swasti Bhattacharyya

Facing the Fierce Land of I

Gandhi’s translation of a verse from the Bhagavad Gita invites and commands us to return to what’s essential before taking action. By Eliza Griswold

The Meaning of a Saint

Vrajaprana’s Interpreting Ramakrishna: Kali’s Child Revisited. By Francis X. Clooney, S.J.

Inside Outside

A New Yorker from India who “hunts down” prayer rooms in airports reflects on the existential situation of travelers. By Shahnaz Habib

On the Question of Relevance

Many of the best new ideas emerge from consideration of the questions others have posed long ago, living in diverse landscapes fraught with tension, disagreement, and uncertainty. By Anne Monius