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Punjab-born ‘guru’ faces sexual assault allegations in UK court

Punjab-born Rajinder Kalia, 68, is the defendant in an ongoing trial accused of using his sermons and teachings, as well as the purported performance of “miracles”, to unduly influence followers’ actions. The claimants in the case, all of Indian origin, had won a previous legal fight two years ago after a judge allowed the case to proceed to trial.

Punjab-born Rajinder Kalia, 68.
Updated on Jul 03, 2024 08:30 AM IST
ByPress Trust of India

HT City Delhi Junction: Catch It Live on April 30

The day of April 30 promises to offer loads if you wish to explore Delhi's culture. Check it out here!

Catch It Live on April 30
Published on Apr 30, 2024 06:30 AM IST

Raj Bisaria saheb taught me about life… I lost a father figure

Sometimes I feel he was in the wrong city, though the city was very good to him. He should have been in New York or a bigger city where people understood him better, says Anupam Kher

Anupam Kher with Raj Bisaria (SOURCED)
Updated on Feb 19, 2024 07:17 PM IST
ByAnupam Kher, (a Padma Bhushan Awardee, Anupam Kher Is An Actor And Director)

Guru, inspiration and teacher!

Young kathak artiste Shinjini Kulkarni credits her guru, Pt Birju Maharaj, as the biggest blessing in her life. She values his teachings and the personal relationship they shared. Deepmala Sachan also cherishes her relationship with her guru, Kumkum Dhar, who trained her in kathak and heavily influenced her life. Kumkum Adarsh remembers her guru, Pandit Lachhu Maharaj, who taught her confidence and how to face her fears. She established the Lachhu Maharaj Ballet Centre in his honor after his demise.

Shinjini Kulkarni with her guru and grandfather Pt Birju Maharaj
Updated on Sep 05, 2023 06:37 PM IST

Guest Column | Not material prosperity, invest in spiritual science

To exist in the world, we need knowledge of material science. However, to live well in the world and beyond, we need material and spiritual knowledge. We have not come here just to exist but to thrive in life.

As we grow older, we realise investment in material assets, including property, that starts with a thrill only becomes a burden or diminishing return. Investment in spiritual science, however, gives bountiful returns and we become an asset for society. (Shutterstock)
Updated on Jul 08, 2023 10:38 PM IST
ByRajendra Yenkannamoole
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