San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 09, 2014
WorldReligionNews.com, one of a new breed of religious news sites utilizing bleeding edge technology and digital methodologies, has published its latest 'Featured Contributor' article, 'VATICAN MUSEUMS DISPLAY REPLICA OF TEMPLE TO THIS HINDU GOD,' by Rajan Zed, President of 'Universal Society Of Hinduism,' and launched an updated WRN tablet app and Alexa Firefox & IE browser extension.
This marks the 5th 'Featured Contributor' article Rajan Zed has written for WRN and covers the fact that the Vatican Library carries extensive collection of ancient Hindu scriptures and various other Hinduism related texts, including books on Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Bhagavad-Gita, Panchatantra, Krishna, Brahma, yoga, Shakti, Hindu theology, Hindu pantheon, etc.
WRN also updated its IOS and Android religion news tablet app with various user enhancements specially for tablet users and also added a WRN Alexa browser extension to allow users to keep up to date with WRN news directly from their Firefox or Microsoft IE browsers.
WorldReligionNews.com has established its ‘Featured Contributor’ program to offer both writers officially affiliated with all faiths and belief systems, as well as independent writers, bloggers, journalists and authors of note, a public platform from which to publish religion focused articles that will reach not only WRN visitors but also appear via syndication partners on sites like CNN, FOX, New York Daily News and others.
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