Vedanta Philosophy about ‘Jagath’ (creation)

Since, time immemorial the one question is raised by the humanity again & again about the creation which is; What is the material by which this entire creation is made up of? or what’s the underlying substance of the entire world (Jagath)? The Advaita Vedanta answers this question in a deeper & profound way, letsContinue reading “Vedanta Philosophy about ‘Jagath’ (creation)”

Vedanta Path: 3 Problems & 3 Methods

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad recommends three stages of ‘Sadhana’ for Self Realization, which are ‘Shravana’ (hearing about the truth again and again), ‘Manana’ (reflection about the truth in mind), and ‘Nididhyasana’ (Meditation upon the truth). The process can be summarized as to remove ignorance and give clarity about ‘true nature’ of ‘Individual self’ (Jiva), Scriptures and GuruContinue reading “Vedanta Path: 3 Problems & 3 Methods”

Vidyaranyamuni ‘ten men story’ from Panchadasi Text

Article is Published, entitled: Vidyaranyamuni ‘ten men story’ from Panchadasi as an illustration for Advaitic ‘self-realization’ Abstract: The article dwells on a Mantra from Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. This Mantra contains the essence of Vedanta. Vidyaranya Muni in Panchadasi Text writes the biggest chapter (seventh chapter) 290 Verses on this one Mantra. Four aspects are to be understood from this Mantra to understand the spiritualContinue reading “Vidyaranyamuni ‘ten men story’ from Panchadasi Text”

Prostrations to all Great Vedic Masters

“The declaration of the Scriptures, your own logical thinking, and Guru’s explanations are the main three sources of knowledge available for a spiritual seeker. All these but give an intellectual appreciation of what Truth is.It has to be confirmed in ones own direct and personal experience that “I am this Self.”Then alone a healthy intelligentContinue reading “Prostrations to all Great Vedic Masters”

Yudhishthira (Dharmaraja) great remarks on Forgiveness

Forgiveness and Virtues: Listen to these noble words of Yudhishthira on these two subjects. Draupadi bitterly resented the insults heaped on her by the Kauravas and after they had gone to the forests, she urged on Yudhishthira to take action to avenge her and never to forgive the Kauravas. This brought forth from Yudhishthira an admirableContinue reading “Yudhishthira (Dharmaraja) great remarks on Forgiveness”

Human ‘self’ & Supreme ‘Self’ are great friends

Teaching from Bhagavatam “The human self and the supreme Self are great friends. The supreme Self dwells beyond the reach of our physical eyes, so we cannot see him. But when someone is in dire trouble, he comes running to guide that person. The human self runs here and there in search of enjoyment. HeContinue reading “Human ‘self’ & Supreme ‘Self’ are great friends”

Prahlada teachings on Devotion to Lord

Prahlada is a great devotee of Sri Hari, and his life is great inspiration for spiritual seekers. Prahlada taught most beautiful practices of Devotion to Lord, which he always lived by in his life. For this reason, Prahlada later famously known as Bhakta Prahlada. Lets see some important teachings of Prahlada on Love of GodContinue reading “Prahlada teachings on Devotion to Lord”

Major difference among Scientists & Ancient Rishis

Since time immemorial, many scientists from various backgrounds are in the pursuit of finding the fundamental reality of the creation. Although scientists are not reached anyway close to the reality but they understood so many things about the Universe and its expansion with the support of physics & mathematics. Back in the history, thousands ofContinue reading “Major difference among Scientists & Ancient Rishis”

Kapila Muni view on Devotion to God

A great Jnani of Indian order, Kapila Muni, who is founder of Samkya Philosophy, says very interesting things about devotion; the following is the conversation took place between Kapila Muni & his mother; When Kapila father departed to forest after his retirement from duties, Kapila Muni lived with his mother at Lake Bindu. One dayContinue reading “Kapila Muni view on Devotion to God”

The Greatness of Nondual Meditation

Sri Krishna says to Arjuna in Gita that, the path of the Bhakti (Love of God) is the supreme way to attain the highest. Yes, this path is certainly supreme path for all beings, but there are some driving forces are essential in this path, which are prescribed by all traditional Masters & Vedic ScripturesContinue reading “The Greatness of Nondual Meditation”