Why Do Hindu Stories and Indian Culture Matter?

Diwali and Lakshmi

Diwali and Lakshmi

Almost everyone knows that Diwali, the Festival of Lights, represents light or truth shining through darkness, or ignorance.  A key part of Diwali is inviting Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth...

Diwali and Lakshmi

Almost everyone knows that Diwali, the Festival of Lights, represents light or truth shining through darkness, or ignorance.  A key part of Diwali is inviting Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth...

Navrathri - the Celebration of the Goddess

Navrathri - the Celebration of the Goddess

For nine days, Hindus celebrate the divine feminine.  Each day, the goddess is represented in a specific form, starting from a young girl to the manifestation of raw power.  Many...

Navrathri - the Celebration of the Goddess

For nine days, Hindus celebrate the divine feminine.  Each day, the goddess is represented in a specific form, starting from a young girl to the manifestation of raw power.  Many...

Culture in Classrooms

Culture in Classrooms

Children at a young age are naturally curious and interested in learning about their world. We saw this firsthand when we went to our children's elementary school classrooms to share...

Culture in Classrooms

Children at a young age are naturally curious and interested in learning about their world. We saw this firsthand when we went to our children's elementary school classrooms to share...