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Nitha Sashidharan (guest) 24 Aug 2020 04:36
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Hello,

It's a simple and nice read.

You also mentioned about the Varnashrama being an 'ideal' system- I agree. But, it has not got diluted in the present yuga. It still exists, where we have people in the intelligentsia stage, in the ruling stage, in the trade & business stage, and in the working stage. We must realize that these classes don't come by birth, at least not in this age; rather, it comes with samskaras and vasanas, is it not? Democracy is a right of each individual, and that's what makes them choose any of these classes to follow. We distinguish between multiple cultures, again by our own samskaras; however, every culture follows the varnashrama dharma. We would rather focus on Vasudeiva Kutumbhakam, rather than even a rama-rajya.

Just shared my opinion.

Thanks
Nitha

by Nitha Sashidharan (guest), 24 Aug 2020 04:36
Rod (guest) 21 Aug 2020 03:59
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Tejabindu Upanishad

This is a most beautiful and simple translation of the Tejabindu Upanishad. I am interested to know who made this translation?
Thank-you for this. I haven't looked at the other pages here but just this Upanishad.
If you know who translated this version please let me know: rwrick12_at_ gmail_.com

Blessings, Rod.

by Rod (guest), 21 Aug 2020 03:59

The Eternal religion

Truthfulness – One must always speak, standup, and side with the truth
Compassion – For all living beings, no violence nor hatred towards anyone
Austerity – Live a simple life and go on pilgrimage to holy places
Cleanliness – Keep the body, home, work area, and public places clean
Charity – Donate to worthy religious organizations and the poor
Spiritual Education – Study the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic scriptures

Rod in Oz (guest) 12 Aug 2020 04:58
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Namaste

Tejabindu Upanishadc - a beautiful translation. Who made the translation?
Rod.

by Rod in Oz (guest), 12 Aug 2020 04:58
Rod in Oz (guest) 12 Aug 2020 04:49
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Tejabindu Upanishad

This is a most beautiful and simple translation of the Tejabindu Upanishad. I am interested to know who made this translation?
Thank-you for this. I haven't looked at the other pages here but just this Upanishad.
Blessings, Rod.

by Rod in Oz (guest), 12 Aug 2020 04:49

Truthfulness – One must always speak, standup, and side with the truth
Compassion – For all living beings, no violence nor hatred towards anyone
Austerity – Live a simple life and go on pilgrimage to holy places
Cleanliness – Keep the body, home, work area, and public places clean
Charity – Donate to worthy religious organizations and the poor
Spiritual Education – Study the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic scriptures

It can be clearly seen that the pillars of Sanatan-Dharma benefit all living beings, because these themselves will make positive behavioral changes among the followers. The followers will become truthful, be kind to all living beings, and help the poor from any community.

Very informative article!
have heard about 4 ved, 18 puranas, 60 nitiya, I know the name of 4 vedas and 18 puranas, but no details are found for 60 nitiya, can you figure out if they exist and what are names of 60 nitiya. I only know two Vidur Niti and Chankya Niti.
Also, like this article, there should be an article on vedic text and ved aligned text as well, for ex there are:
4 vedas, their name and writer name, vishay (subject) what it talks about
4 upp ved, their name and writer name, vishay (subject) what it talks about
11-13 brahman granth, name and writer name, vishay (subject) what it talks about
6 darshan, name and writer name, vishay (subject) what it talks about
upnishad, name and writer name, vishay (subject) what it talks about
and other aligned text!!

by Neerraj KumaarNeerraj Kumaar, 08 Jul 2020 05:30
Suraj k ratti (guest) 24 Jun 2020 22:20
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Names of Sanskrit Origin

I was in Kapurthala Punjab India.
Punjabi, hindi sanskrit are one similar language of india

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 24 Jun 2020 22:20
Suraj k ratti (guest) 24 Jun 2020 22:11
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Names of Sanskrit Origin

Bring vedic sanskrit language around the world

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 24 Jun 2020 22:11
Suraj k ratti (guest) 24 Jun 2020 22:10
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Names of Sanskrit Origin

Sanskrit is truly wonderful language

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 24 Jun 2020 22:10
Manu (guest) 26 May 2020 08:34
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Sages, Gurus and Acharyas

Where is our current Shakarachrya?

by Manu (guest), 26 May 2020 08:34
durganavratri (guest) 22 May 2020 09:18
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Macaulayism

This is really an eye opener. You have rightly explained Macaulayism. We all must have a sense of nationalism within us. I thought your readers might find this interesting to have a look on Hinduism which my website is all about - www.durganavratri.in

Wish you the best!

by durganavratri (guest), 22 May 2020 09:18
Clifford Shack (guest) 28 Apr 2020 01:03
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Sages, Gurus and Acharyas

Please post a photo of Ramana Maharshi. There are many to choose.

by Clifford Shack (guest), 28 Apr 2020 01:03
Ahmed Syed (guest) 21 Apr 2020 11:33
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Islamism

It is all absurd information about Islam, the whole content is based on speculation and specific mind set alleging a group of citizens who have ethnic roots in Indian culture for thousands of years. Embracing religion philosophy should be the personal choice not rulers. There was no incidents as such Muslim invaders forcefully converted the segment of Indian population rather they adopted the Indian values living side by side for hundreds of years and still living there being proud Indians.

by Ahmed Syed (guest), 21 Apr 2020 11:33
Vivek Kumar Singh (guest) 28 Mar 2020 18:21
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Vedic Time System

Dwarka city which found in the sea, dating year is 9500 years…does it match with dwapar yuga..plz clear it

by Vivek Kumar Singh (guest), 28 Mar 2020 18:21

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Gautam Dey (guest) 26 Feb 2020 05:11
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Rewriting Indian History Part2

India in particular and the world in general should be made aware of Sri Aurobindo’s views. Then the world will surely be better place to live in.

by Gautam Dey (guest), 26 Feb 2020 05:11
lloyd detttering (guest) 22 Feb 2020 06:05
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Katha Upanishad Translation by Eknath Easwaran

There is no death! We are intangible living energies, like ALL life! Our bodies are tangible latent energies, like all matter. There is only the world of energy and the world of matter! We, intangible living energies, leave the world of matter to return, whence we came, to the world of energy! ALL is experience, whether personally acceptable or not, whether in this world of matter or in the world of energy! Energy is all around us, so are those who returned to the world of energy, which we visit temporarily in our dreams or for longer periods when we leave our physical bodies in the world of matter. All experiences pass into memory. Only TRUTH is eternal!
So, why fight and kill for material wealth? Think, instead, of how we can relate our physical needs to what resources are available and learn to control the rate of others' entrance into this world of matter. Gravity is the MAIN source of ageing as it pulls us down to the grave. The other, and secondary, causes of ageing are ABuse of sex, ABuse of food and ABuse of thought (emotions). Sex is for the continuation of the species and not just for pleasure. The pleasure is incidental to the purpose of procreation, just as the taste of food is incidental to its eating. If food had no tste, you wouldn't eat it, would you? Unless you're starving! We lose every kind of cell in the ejaculate. Only the flesh of cattle replaces the kind of cholesterol lost in the ejaculate. Eating the flesh of cattle causes thoughts of having sex in order for the body to get rid of the unnecessary cholesterol; our livers produce what cholesterol is necessary. This is what is meant by Jesus' parable of the prodigal son.

by lloyd detttering (guest), 22 Feb 2020 06:05
Pranab Das (guest) 08 Feb 2020 05:38
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Sanskrit Numbers

There is another version that reads: ekak, dashak, shatak, sasrak, ayutak, lakshak, niyutak, kotik, arbud, vrinda, kharva, nikharva, shankhya, padma, sagar, antya, madhya, parardhya

by Pranab Das (guest), 08 Feb 2020 05:38
jasoos (guest) 13 Oct 2019 10:54
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » chitta

Chitta is a part of mind

by jasoos (guest), 13 Oct 2019 10:54
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