Thursday, January 20, 2022


Oswald Pereira, a veteran journalist with more than 30 years’ experience is the author of the popular novels, The Newsroom Mafia, Chaddi Buddies, Revenge of the Naked Princess, The Krishna-Christ Connexion, Army Girl Steals Civilian’s Heart and Golmaal in Goa, as well as two non-fiction books, Crime Patrol:The Most Thrilling Stories and How to Create Miracles in Our Daily Life. Oswald is a disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, and practises Kriya Yoga.

post-Paramhansa Yogananda: The Universal GuruParamhansa Yogananda: The Universal Guru

Paramhansa Yogananda’s disciples include people of all religions ― Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, Jews and so on. His beautiful chants and music that goes with them are an intrinsic part of Yogananda’s teachings and show how universal and all-inclusive his...

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post-Maulana Wahiduddin Khan: Messiah of PositivityMaulana Wahiduddin Khan: Messiah of Positivity

Our homage to Maulana Wahiduddin Khan on his birthday Today, January 1, on Maulana Wahiduddin Khan’s birthday, we would like to commemorate his memory by sharing his wise words on positivity, which is also the mission of our website. Maulana...

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post-Illuminate the World with Unity on ChristmasIlluminate the World with Unity on Christmas

On Christmas today, discover the true Christ, the messiah of love and unity ― in whose worlds, both here and above, all are one and equal, where  no one, including God, is a king ― and no one is a...

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post-The Bhagavad Gita and The Two IndiasThe Bhagavad Gita and The Two Indias

The Bhagavad Gita equips us with  wisdom and power to look into the eyes of the Two Indias and address the dualities that are part of the ground reality, says OSWALD PEREIRA This morning, I saw the woman who cleans...

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post-The Best Karma is LoveThe Best Karma is Love

The best Karma is love and its more sublime manifestation — unconditional love, says OSWALD PEREIRA Karma is among the most used, yet misused and misunderstood concepts today. Yes, it is said that as you sow, so shall you reap....

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post-Ramayana In Schools: Gospel of Unity and SecularismRamayana In Schools: Gospel of Unity and Secularism

Apart from being Lord, Ram was a righteous, honourable, supreme and perfect human, who was the harbinger of a secular state. If this is the message that students can imbibe from the Ramayana, the great epic might become the gospel...

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post-Loving Ram Without Hating RavanaLoving Ram Without Hating Ravana

Our true victory lies in loving Ram without hating Ravana, for if we despise him we carry with us all the baggage of his negative traits, says OSWALD PEREIRA on the occasion of Dussehra today To most of us, Dussehra,...

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post-Aryan Khan: Innocent Until Proven GuiltyAryan Khan: Innocent Until Proven Guilty

The golden principle of jurisprudence ― innocent until proven guilty ― should be applied to Aryan Khan; this principle applies to both the rich and the poor, says OSWALD PEREIRA Angulimala had killed 999 people and retained their little fingers...

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post-Communal Harmony: Majority and Minorities, Equally ResponsibleCommunal Harmony: Majority and Minorities, Equally Responsible

The majority and minority communities, by example, should lead each other in promoting peace and communal harmony, says OSWALD PEREIRA Who is responsible for maintaining religious and communal harmony ― the majority community or the minority community? Who should take...

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