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Which Veda verse Narendra Modi referred in relation to Paris climate treaty?

In reference to then US president Donald Trump's allegation of India'a lesser commitment towards saving environment, then Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi told: "I have in simple way ...
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Is there any God/Deity of Electricity?

For all the natural & social aspects like water, fire, animals, wind, earth, trees, engineering, sex, day/night, knowledge, maths, strength -- we have certain kind of deity. Ancient civilization ...
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How nature is able to know the coming dangers?

I have read in Mahabharata that at the birth dhuryodhana nature was showing some warnings and 'ashubh suchana' like sound of crying donkeys .So my question, is how nature is able to know the coming ...
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Which deities should be honored for their protection of waters?

Rivers seem to have their own, like Ganga. But what about wells, springs, streams and lakes in general? Who are their protectors? How would one go about showing gratitude for the existence of - for ...
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Is nature a deity in Hinduism?

In my understanding, nature is the supreme power to be worshiped. Is there any scriptural basis for nature being the Supreme God or Goddess?
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How can you roll up space?

I came across this quote: Only when space is rolled up like a piece of leather will there be an end to suffering apart from knowing god - Svetasvatara Upanisad, VI 20 The quote is in a Science ...
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Why the word Pancha Bhoota conflicts with Good spirit vs. Bad spirit

In Hindu religion, we have separate Gods for the five prime elements of nature (land, water, air, ether or sky and fire) as described in wikipedia. 'Bhoota' means a ghost. 'Pancha' means the number 5....
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What does Hinduism say about protection of nature?

Sanathana Dharma is one of the rarest culture in history of mankind which emphasize on the protection of nature. Here in India, Hindus respect the value of life in Nature. They respect trees, animals ...