Entries by Mayapur


Lord Rama appeared on Earth many thousands of years ago during the Hindu age of Treta, on the ninth day of the waxing moon, in the Indian lunar calendar’s month of Chaitra (March-April).  Each year Hindus celebrate this day as Lord Rama’s birthday (or “appearance day”, since Rama does not actually take birth like a mortal being).  The Rama Navami puja rituals, […]


Shivaratri is the Hindu festival celebrating Lord Shiva.  Ratri’ means night, and Shivaratri celebrations take place during the night.  There are twelve Shivaratris in a year, one occurring each lunar month.  However, Maha Shivaratri, meaning “the great Shivaratri”, occurs just once a year on the 13th night of the waning moon in the Hindu month of […]

13TH MARCH, 2017 – HOLI

Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world.  Following Diwali, it is considered the second biggest festival on the Hindu calendar.  Holi is also known as the Festival of Colours due to the playful practice of throwing coloured powders over one another in the streets and open places. The Holi festival is named […]

Royal Masonic School for Girls, Hertfordshire

Indriyesha successfully created a positive human link between ideas and practise, and the Year 10 girls gained more knowledge and awareness of Hinduism.  Thank you for a very engaging session. Janet McCurdy, Life Skills Coordinator, Royal Masonic School for Girls, Hertfordshire

Suffolk County

The work Krishna does with schools shines a light on Hinduism. Through the use of artefacts, music and simple resources she shows how to make Hinduism accessible to learners of all ages. Her work draws on the visual and kinaesthetic and is an enchanting route into greater insight into this religion. Teachers have loved her […]

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Our new website was published on September 10, 2016.  We are just beginning to develop the Online Learning Section of the site, and aim to have this up by January 1, 2018.