Category Archives: Sanatana Dharma

Loving without a reason

More I reflect on the nature of inter personal relationships, more i tend towards the belief that blind faith is perhaps very important. It teaches us to love what we have, and what we have chosen for ourselves. Be it … Continue reading

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Mahabharata – The philosophical and social anchor

I had this great opportunity to attend the two day intensive workshop on Mahabharata by Prof. Vishwa Adluri and Dr. Joydeep Bagchee, at the NIAS, Bangalore. It was an enlightening session for me, and I am grateful to Indic Academy … Continue reading

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Being eclectic, yet compassionate

Being eclectic in one’s pursuits is probably one of the most important key to peace, creativity, productivity and potency. We are most of the times in pursuits of something or the other. The pursuits might be that of friends, companionship, … Continue reading

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Bhagavad Gita 5.15 Mind Map

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Adi Shankaracharya and Institution building to keep Guru Prampara and Advaith Vedanta alive.

Adi Shankara (pronounced [aːd̪i ʃəŋkəɾə]; early 8th century CE[2][note 1]) was a philosopher and theologian[5] from India who consolidated the doctrine of Advaita Vedanta.[1] He is credited with unifying and establishing the main currents of thought in Hinduism. His works … Continue reading

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It’s all in the Narrative!

In today’s post modern world, it appears that humanity is more and more vexed with means of production. Any conversation that is not directly or indirectly related to means of production, is generally considered unnecessary and superfluous. Most of the  intentions, … Continue reading

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Rig Veda 5.51.11 – 5.52.2 – Explanation from Prof. R.L.Kashyap

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