As a Hindu-American I found that the perspective I brought to policy meetings was something different and would have been missed if I wasn’t sitting at the table.
One of the realizations I came to was the fact that while I have been working as an American, I was not taking my Hindu identity into perspective.
The Atlantic, New York Times, Washington Post coverage all falls short.
Looking back, what made even the most mundane tasks tolerable, maybe even enjoyable, was knowing in the back of my mind that I was helping people and serving a purpose higher than my own immediate wants and needs
As a Hindu woman, I hold concerns regarding the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The conservative Yale educated judge on the D.C. Court of Appeals possesses all of the accomplishments that generally come with
Why can’t we recognize love as it exists, love in the form that our material nature demands it to be?
Though yoga has gained recognition as a tool for spiritual well-being, its commercialization has largely reduced it to system of exercises of the mind and body. Here, we briefly examine a few spiritual and philosophical aspects of
Working at two different offices are two completely different experiences - or so I thought. I quickly realized that working in two contrasting environments with similar missions provided me with a chance to make a bigger impact
In our quest to promoting mutual respect and pluralism, HAF is participating in the Know Your Neighbor campaign. We’d like to share some of the times that we’ve seen the Atma abiding in all beings. The following
It is said to be the first sound in the universe, the place where the entire cosmos begins. It is also said to be the last sound heart by Yogis before they enter into the most transcendental