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Odyssey in a Teacup's humorous slant makes the dark side of our natures look almost appealing! It shows us that by taking on... » Read
Scores of people die every day from natural causes, diseases, accidents, natural disasters, crime and what not; according to Hindu mythology, the Lord of Death â€˜Yamaâ€™ residing in the Kingdom of Death will choose a handful just before their death for a conversation or a dialogue just...
â€œThe final Point of Lifeâ€ is a poem dedicated to Lord Yama Raja (Dharma Raja) or Kaala â€œThe God of Deathâ€ in Hinduism. In the Vedas Yama is God of Death, with whom the spirits of the departed dwell. Yama is represented as having two insatiable dogs with four eyes and wide...