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Panorama of my Silence-Heart Cafe celebrates 7th anniversary with free breakfast this morning!

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7:30am – 11:30 am. Tasty food at restaurant founded by Sri Chinmoy, a teacher out of the Hindu tradition. Briarwood, Queens.

The Hindu god of spandex

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The notion of spandex this summer stirs thoughts of Batman, Spiderman and the Avengers. Upstairs at Spandex House, you will learn the definition of superhero in the form of a 5-foot, immaculately buffed golden statue of Hanuman, the Hindu god of power and strength.

Hindu Temple Society of North America, Flushing, NY

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YAJUR VEDA, 5-43
Do not disturb the sky and do not pollute the atmosphere.

Asian American Hindus Part 2

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Latest statistics on Asian American Hindus’ beliefs and practices.

Global Hinduism in Gotham

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The largest concentration of Hindu centers and temples, as well as 60% of the city’s total number of Hindus, inhabit the remarkable borough of Queens.

Asian American Indian Hindus Part 1

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Latest statistics, analysis and examples of NYC temples.

Diary: Going to see Amma, the Hindu “Hugging Saint”

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Darshan means “to see” in Sanskrit. Hindus believe the powers of the deity can be absorbed by the onlooker through his/her eyes when viewing an image of the deity. For Amma’s followers, receiving a hug from Amma is to experience darshan and to be blessed by Amma.

Does God Care About Climate Change? Report by Climate Desk’s James West

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With 356 religious sites, Flushing is arguably the most theologically diverse neighborhood in America. What are they teaching about climate change?

Gardens of Vishnu & Shiva. Series: God in NYC gardens

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Sahadeo’s Hindu gardening is an example how growing a garden in New York City can be a catalyst for a sense of purpose in life. The gardens create an meaningful order for life in America and a vivid remembrance of home country traditions and beliefs.

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