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Taoism of China & Zen philosophy of Japan

Taoism of China & Zen philosophy of Japan

🕔01:20, 14.Sep 2012

By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh In the West including America, more and more people are turning to mysticism or spiritualism. Among these, there is a revival of interest in Taoism and Zen philosophy. Mysticism is a belief characterised by self-delusion

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Islam – The Fastest Growing Religion

Islam – The Fastest Growing Religion

🕔06:49, 16.Aug 2012

By Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh Islam is the fastest growing religion on earth. One in four persons in the world is a Muslim. From Morocco to Indonesia; from central Asia to Pakistan, India and Burma, one finds large Muslim populations.

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Introduction to Manipuri Culture

Introduction to Manipuri Culture

🕔06:19, 21.Jul 2012

A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO MANIPURI CULTURE A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION by: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh, B Sc, MBBS, MD, MRCGP (London) The Nehru Centre   8 South Audley Street  Mayfair  London W1 6.30 pm   July 6 2012. Slide 1   Good evening,

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Buddhism

Buddhism

🕔05:58, 15.Jul 2012

Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh          January 15 2012  The basic concept of the union of the Soul with God is the fundamental tenet of all religions though it has no meaning in Buddhism. Buddhist doctrines are concerned

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Hinduism

Hinduism

🕔19:45, 8.Jul 2012

By Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh In my aspiration to delve into the perception of divine mind I find no better religion than my own – Hinduism. I was born a Hindu, but I never knew what Hinduism is until late

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Further evidence that the Meiteis came from Africa

Further evidence that the Meiteis came from Africa

🕔07:51, 29.Jun 2012

By Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh Posted: 2012-06-28 The peopling of India is a very contentious subject, no less then the theory of migration of the Meiteis to Manipur. While some colonial anthropologists hypothesised the migration of Tibetoburman-speaking Mongoloids from the

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OBJECTIVE BURMA  III  INDIGENOUS BURMESE ORGIN & BURMESE LANGUAGE – MODERN PARADIGMS

OBJECTIVE BURMA III INDIGENOUS BURMESE ORGIN & BURMESE LANGUAGE – MODERN PARADIGMS

🕔13:38, 22.Jun 2012

Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh The proper name in Burmese for Ava is Ratnapura (Sanskrit) – the Cit of Gems, built in the 14th century CE that lasted for nearly 400 years, apart from a few brief periods. All that remains

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Bravery of Manipuri princes – OBJECTIVE BURMA  II

Bravery of Manipuri princes – OBJECTIVE BURMA II

🕔17:17, 14.Jun 2012

OBJECTIVE BURMA  II CHAHI TARET KHUNDAKPA Bravery of Manipuri princes Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh       April 19 2012 * Note this feature is in continuation of Part I . Click the link to read the Part I of this featured article

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Objective Burma – Part I  Chahi Taret Khundakpa Of Manipur

Objective Burma – Part I Chahi Taret Khundakpa Of Manipur

🕔22:52, 1.Jun 2012

The Burmese View of “Seven-year Devastation” of Manipur   By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh – April 19 2012 Though we can not always trust historians who often tend to manipulate, we can not do without them. For example: historians who

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How I became a freethinker – Discomfited by religious constraints

How I became a freethinker – Discomfited by religious constraints

🕔01:54, 21.May 2012

By: Dr Irengbam Mohendra Singh The theme redux of this article is the message that all the people in Manipur should be united in the same mind and judgement regardless of different Gods or no Gods. This brings me to

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