Hinduism

World's Largest Shirdi Sai Temple Outside India to Hold Grand Opening on Oct. 9-21 in Groton,MA

September 14, 2018

After almost three years of extensive design, planning and construction, the New England Shirdi Sai Parivaar Temple (NESSP) announced that the world’s largest temple outside India dedicated to late 19th-century Indian spiritual saint Sai Baba of Shirdi will hold its grand opening ceremony on Oct. 9-21, 2018, in Groton, MA. The temple received its occupancy permit on August 9, 2018, allowing Sai Baba devotees across North America and globally to worship at the temple.

Braintree, MA-based architect B.D. Nayak FAIA provided pro bono architectural and construction supervisory...

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#NamaSlay, Or How Black Women Are Using Trap Yoga as a Mode of Spiritual Resistance | Religion Dispatches

July 18, 2017
As rapper Future mumbled over the speakers, I exhaled and crouched down for a very shaky approximation of a warrior pose. This was my first trap yoga class, and I was determined not to look like the novice I was. Studio 262 is a recent addition to South Los Angeles. Blocks away from the University of Southern California, the new space is becoming a hub for students as well as locals. Among their many class offerings, the one that caught my eye... Read more about #NamaSlay, Or How Black Women Are Using Trap Yoga as a Mode of Spiritual Resistance | Religion Dispatches

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