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Know the secrets of successful people and how effectively they use their goals to express themselves.
Know the merits and demerits of ancient gurukula system and how students pursued education in ancient India under rigorous conditions.
The the problem of divorce in Hinduism from theological and legal stand points.
Significance and symbolism of the ashrama dharma and its relevance in today's world
A comparative study of Hinduism and Islam and the process of reconciliation and integration..
Find out how the principle of moderation is reflected in different eastern religions.
Find out the cryptic messages of unity in diversity left by nature in our creation and how our uniqueness is both an asset and an obstacle to our self-realization.
Why it is difficult to manifest them in our lives.
Know why Hinduism eludes a definition and what God expects from India.
Know why appreciating yourself and appreciating others is important for the greater good and your own happiness.
Know why Hinduism does not consider atonement of sin or attainment of heaven as a permanent solution to the problem of death.
Know about the many forms of God and why worshipping God in his image form is so important.
Find out about this ancient India sect that disappeared forever from the face of the earth crushed by the weight of politics and prejudice.
Siva is one of the most ancient gods of Hinduism. Find out in how he was worshipped in the ancient world.
Was India the cradle of human civilization? How old is Hinduism? The author attempts to trace the history of Hinduism from 7000 BC till the emergence of greater Hindu empires.
This excerpt from a book attempts to trace the historical origin of the legend of Lord Krishna
The author discusses how the four aims contribute to a richer and fuller life in which there is a place for the pursuit of both material and spiritual values.
Know the symbolic significance of female divinities and their vehicles and weapons.
This article explains the various forms in which gods exist in creation as the highest beings and our inner divinities and how they help us and protect us in our spiritual journey.
This article attempts to explain the relationship between God and individual soul according to the Upanishads.
Theological, spiritual and practical aspects of nonviolence in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism and its use by Mahatma Gandhi as a political strategy
Hinduism and Christianity are compared and contrasted with a note on the possible connection between Jesus and India.
This article traces the origin and development of the concept of Brahman and his symbolic association with vedic rituals.
The importance of satsang in spiritual life and how it can be practiced in modern life.
Find out how Shankara and Ramanuja differ in their interpretation of the Upanishads.
Find out how the Vedangas played an important role in preserving the vedic tradition.
English translation of the entire Atharvaveda Veda by Ralph T.H. Griffith [1895-96]
A comprehensive treatment of the subject of caste system covering the origin and development, advantages and disadvantages and its relevance in modern society
The translation of the Samhitâ of the White Yajurveda from Book 1 to Book 20
The author discusses how this ancient school of though impacted Hinduism and Buddhism in the past
An exposition of the Nyaya of Gautama with its supplement the Vaisheshika.
Information about the services that will help you send and receive fax messages digitally.
The context, historical background and meaning of the great
saying and its practical application
According to Tamil or Sangam literature
History, philosophy and teachings of the sect.
Facts about the sect that has nearly 200 years of history.
Find a list of modern sectarian movements within Hinduism and how they helped Hinduism to meet the challenges of changing times.
In its long and checkered history of 5000 years, read how the fortunes of Mathura ebbed and flowed.
Know how search engines work and how to search for relevant information on the web using these tools.
What is Self? Is it the mind or something different. Find out what true self is.
A comprehensive approach to the theory and practice of yoga philosophy
Find out the traces of the Mahabharat in the ancient Tamil literature popularly known as “Sangam literature.
According to the author without ascetic sects Hinduism would not have survived the challenges posed by religions such as Buddhism, Jainism, Islam and Christianity.
Ontology, the topic of the current discussion, is that discipline that demands an answer to the questions "What does it mean for something to Exist…for something to Be?"
Self-esteem is all about feeling good about yourself and your achievements. You can achieve it by changing your mindset, accepting yourself unconditionally,
Make your vacation memorable with these suggestions.
A comprehensive essay on the sacraments of Hindu tradition. A must read if you want to know the practical aspects of Hindu way of life.
Sage Agasthya occupies a prominent place in Hindu tradition as the first rishi who crossed the Vindhyas and went to south to spread the Vedic religion.
A comprehensive essay on the history, significance and status of animals in Hinduism as divinities, symbols and vehicles of gods and goddess
This is a an outstanding lecture by VR Gandhi on Sankhya Philosophy delivered in 1893 before an American audience.
, according to the author, is neither by expressing it nor suppressing it
How you build your life depends upon what you do with it. Your success, your achievements, your happiness, your goals, your friendships depend upon these.
According to the author based on astronomical evidence the epic Mahabharata was composed around around 3102 BCE.
The Buddha describes how the seven suns will appear in the sky and the earth will disappear in a fiery mass of flame.
The statement "aham brahmasmi" does not vouch that "Atman (self) is Brahman", but "I am Brahman".
An analysis of the pros and cons of the theory of Aryan invasion of the Indian subcontinent.
Properly meditated upon, this mahavakya will be very useful in stabilizing the mind upon Brahman
The rise and all of Varanasi in its 4000 years of checkered history.
The divine origin of the Vedas, the shruti tradition, the politics of compromise and confrontation with native traditions, the organization of the Vedas and the significance of the Vedas.
Find here a very comprehensive treatment of the various theories of creation in Hinduism.
Annam means food. According to Hindu scriptures, annam is a form of Brahman (annam parabrahma swaroopam).
Ashtavakra was a famous scholar of early Vedic period who composed The Ashtavakra Gita which is considered to be a standard work on advaita vedanta or theory of monism, According to tradition he was born to Kahoda
Many religions that we know including the atheistic religions such as Jainism and Buddhism are dualistic. So are Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Islam.
According to the author the numbers in Hinduism serve the purpose as idols in worship and meditation and help the seeker in his or her spiritual progress.
Jiddu Krishnamurthy lived form moment to moment, without the conflict of choice and recognition, with total awareness and understanding, and free from the compulsions of the mind that is accustomed to conditioning and need for security.
Main features, history, chronology and decline of Mahayana Buddhism
Modern scholars have perceived, conceived, debated and interpreted Bhakti movement differently – reactionary (implying diehard, retrogressive, regressive), sectarian (conveying partisan, cultist, non-conformist)...
The three steps of manifesting the things which you desire are thought, word, and deed-three simple steps which get complicated when you try to put them into action.
According to the author the image of Nataraja is an iconic representation of the whole of Saiva Siddhanta School of Saivism
Lord Siva has four aspects corresponding to the four main functions and principles he represents. These are...
The enemies to this Yoga are six; and they are lust, anger, greed, ignorance, vanity and jealousy. The Yogis attain the Yoga when they become able to destroy these six enemies by practicing the accompaniments to Yoga.
One of the major parts of self-growth is learning how to look inside yourself and get clear about certain things. Most often, this involves recognizing and dissolving inner blockages...
There are some websites on the Internet managed by people who have no hesitation in copying information form other websites illegally and display them on their websites. Interestingly some of these websites are managed by religious institutions and people supposed to maintain high moral values and ethical standards.
Planets use their gravitational force to keep things together and stay in equilibrium. In life we use the power of love to attract things and hold on to them. It is an awesome power we all possess in equal degree. We can use it positively and unconditionally to achieve our goals and dreams.
Do you have a personal story you want to share in a book? Do you write your experiences in your journal? Do you dream of more happiness? Publishing a book is a great start.
I stumbled across the law of expansion accidentally more than 20 years ago, when I was working with a client to improve her financial situation...
With so much information in circulation about UFO encounters and extra terrestrials that even the most skeptical person finds it difficult to ignore the evidence supporting their existence. Equally hard is to argue that every one who claims to have seen an UFO or extra terrestrial is faking it.
It‘s the single life for me as well as many others who haven’t found “the one” yet. Being the second time around for many singles, we need to be careful with who we spend our time. It’s too bad we don‘t have a handbook to follow on how to spot a jerk.
If it were easy, everyone would do it; everyone would have it. That "IT" is prosperity and we're all trying to achieve that stage in our lives where wealth, health, success are a daily part of our lives. So what's the problem? Why aren't some of us living a prosperous life?
The third spiritual step* in manifesting miracles and attracting all that you desire into your life entails using the gift of visualization. Visualization is our god-given ability to paint a mental picture of what we desire. As Aristotle said, the soul never thinks without a picture.
In spiritualism we often come across this fundamental question. Why should any one eat only vegetarian food? There are arguments and counter arguments about what we should and should not eat. Some people argue that it does not matter what you eat as long as you are leading a pure life and do not have craving for a particular kind of food.