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Vedic Tribe is based in Toronto, Canada. This is a global effort with online blog and magazine regarding India, Indian Culture, Eastern Religions, Vedic Science, Ayurveda, Spirituality, Health, Yoga and Gurus  from the ancient to the current period.

India one of the oldest continuing civilization, largest democracy, 2nd largest by population, the 7th largest country by area, one of the fastest growing major economies, 7th largest by nominal GDP, 3rd largest by purchasing power parity (PPP) with the 3rd largest standing army and empowered with nuclear weapons. She is home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation and boasts of a rich cultural heritage.

In first quarter of 2021 we are planning to publish a monthly print magazine as well. 

On our website, we publish articles in different categories mentioned above and stories of people who have made a positive impact on the society. Blogs on different topics contributed by writers from different genres. Our website also publish articles on organizations, especially SMEs and MSMEs that have contributed towards the economic development of India besides generating employment opportunities.

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