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BOOK REVIEW : The Lives and the Times

by David Garvin Voice of Asia

Tittle: The Lives and the Times Author Amit Verma http://www.amazon.com/

Here is a middle-class Indian man named

Gaura Purnima celebrations at ISKCON of Houston

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was born in Bengal (India) on a full moon night during a lunar eclipse. It is typical for people to bathe

Sri Ramakrishna’s Birthday celebrated at Vedanta Society of Greater Houston

HOUSTON – Sunday, March 20, 2016 was an important day for the Vedanta Society of Greater Houston, (VSGH). It was Thakur Sri Ramakrishna’s

Women’s Voice for Better America to launch Opportunity Fair

Women’s Voice for Better America, a network of diverse women leaders from Fort Bend and Houston, has launched a uniquely designed

Samskriti and Anjali Center host farewell dinner honoring Consul General Parvathaneni Harish and wife Nandita



SUGAR LAND – Samskriti & Anjali Center for Performing Arts Houston hosted a farewell dinner in honor of Consul

Indo-American Heritage Day celebration in Julia Ideson historic Library Building




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Sri Meenakshi Temple celebrates Panguni Uthiram festival on a grand scale

by Kamala Raghavan Panguni Uthiram is celebrated at many temples throughout South India and the world. Devotees flock to many well-known temples such

Houston’s Mayor Turner re-appoints Ramabhadran to METRO Board

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has re-appointed Sanjay Ramabhadran to the Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) and the appointment for a 2-year term was confirmed

UHCOP Prof., and Department Chair Rajender Aparasu selected for Fulbright Specialist Roster

UH College of Pharmacy’s Rajender R. Aparasu, Ph.D., FAPhA, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Health Outcomes and Policy, has been

FBISD’s Jacqueline Chin and Leyna Nguyen to compete in the Houston Public Media Spelling Bee, April 2

FORT BEND ISD – Two Fort Bend ISD students have advanced to the Houston Public Media Spelling Bee, which will be held Saturday,