The honeyed pills of death

In the great Indian Epic, the Mahabharata, there is a story of a man, who lost his way and ended up in a dense forest. Though he tried very hard to find his way out of the forest but all his effort went futile.He was exhausted and extremely scared as the forest resounded with the roaring voices of f…

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Meditation is not just closing eyes and sitting straight

Meditation, commonly perceived as a state of sitting with straight body posture and closed eyes, seems to have become a major resort to get rid of stress, tension and depression. However, our scriptures, the storehouse of spiritual treasure, reveal that meditation is not merely sitting and closing o…

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Can commitment to God wait

Consciously or unconsciously, all seem to maintain a list of priorities in life. Priorities differ from person to person. The human psyche tends to play a major role in the determination of priorities. From a pragmatic viewpoint, it is a person’s state of mind that ultimately decides his/her i…

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Faith at test when Adi Guru entered body of a king

A sacred mark (Tripunda) on the forehead! The swinging beads of Rudraakasha around his neck! His sonorous voice–  the extraordinary blessing of Goddess Saraswati! – Adi Guru Shankaracharya was a saint-extraordinary. One day, Shankaracharya, along with his disciples, was proceeding…

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See God – Where, How, Why

Most of us know it too well that abiding peace lies in the lotus feet of the Almighty; even then we are disturbed! Why? Very often, we beseech Him and somewhere deep within we have a constant quest to know Him. But even then we don’t find Him and consequently true happiness and peace! …

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Ashutosh Maharaj: A Hope for Ailing World

Troubled brainwaves vitiate men and environment. As a result we have poor health, turmoil all around, falling values, troubled relations and ultimately threat to world peace. Environment disturbed due to missing love, appreciation and gratitude re-enforces in men a further fall of values. It is a v…

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Is DRUGS a way out or a gateway to stressed and imbalanced life?

Changing social structures, pacing lifestyles and rising individual anxiety have led to the social inclusion of substances that give momentary relief from the numerous stressing pulses of current lifestyles. Collectively called as drugs, these substances vary in form, intensity and impact, all leadi…

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Women: Vehicles of Culture under Transformation

 Over the ages, women have shouldered a primordial role which puts them in the shoes of educators for their children as they are the ones who provide values to them. This function of women is indispensable for generations to learn culture they are part of. This is why women are respectably call…

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