Yoga - Myth and Reality? Following the proposal of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi in the UN, 21st June was approved by the UN as the International Yoga Day in 2015. Yoga is promoted heavily. There are many myths around Yoga. What is the reality?
An interview with Sanal Edamaruku by Lassi Lapintie for the Finnish National news agency STT was published recently in many Finnish publications including MTV, Ilta-Sanomat, and SSS.
Coronavirus strengthens the power of superstition and religion in India. With the support of the state, treatments based on Ayurveda and Homeopathy are being pushed to protect people from coronavirus. Read more...
Narendra Dabholkar, Govind Pansare, MM Kalburgi, and Gauri Lankesh - these four top rationalists were assassinated by gunmen in India since Sanal Edamaruku moved to Finland in 2012.
Those days in India when you could criticize the holy cows of the society without fear of guns and goons...
Sanal Edamaruku writes in Times of India: Rationalists do an important job in a society such as ours by liberating millions from irrational fears. They are helping build a modern, civilized, responsible India. They are aiming to create a society where people can rise above religion, caste, and gender and become more humane. Guns cannot stop rationalists. The end of reason would mean a return to the Dark Ages. We can't afford that. Read More...
The Guardian (London),
New Humanist (London) and
Times of India (Delhi)
Interview published in
Reader's Digest and
Published in Reader's Digest
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