Bhaja Govindam – 5

Part V – The Bliss of the Renounced V. Ramaswami After discussing in Part II and Part III the transient nature of the world and in Part IV the piteous plight of the multitude who ...

Introduction to Vedanta – Part I

M. R. Dwarakanath Vedanta literally means the end of the Vedas. Vedas are four in number; they are: Rg, Yajus, Sama and Atharva. Each of the Vedas is divided into four sections – ...

Cow Protection : A Means to Spiritual, Physical and Economic Well being

Karthik Jayaraman  “If someone asks me what the most important outward manifestation of Hinduism was, I would suggest that it was the idea of cow protection” - Mahatma Gandhi In ...

The Jagadguru Speaks…

Always Perform Good Deeds Until a man attains moksha, he will be subject to births in accordance with his karmas. In each birth, pleasure and pain will alternate in proportion to karma ...

Swarupa Ashtakam – I

(Geetha Ganapathy) Introduction For any spiritual seeker, life is a (spiritual) journey. But it needs to be conducted as a guided tour with the help of a Guru who uses the Global Positioning ...

Akshara-Brahma Yoga

|| भगवद्गीतासारः || M. R. Dwarakanath Introduction: Eknath Easwaran in his book ‘The Bhagavad Gita’ usesthe title ‘The Eternal Godhead’ for Akshara-Brahma ...

Bhaja Govindam – 4

PART 4:  THE PITEOUS LIFE OF MANY V. Ramaswami The previous parts of this series examined a set of verses establishing the transient and illusory nature of many of man’s mundane ...

Purva Mimamsa Philosophy

M. R. Dwarakanath Introduction: The word Mimamsa is derived from the Sanskrit verbal root मन् to know and its derivative (desiderative) root मिमंस – the desire to ...

Sanskrit Corner

  सज्जनप्रशंसा (In praise of good people)   दुर्जनवचनाङ्गारैर्दग्धोऽपि न विप्रियं ...

The Jagadguru Speaks…

Do Your Duty with Dedication Attaining wisdom should be man’s only objective. That is what seekers of truth are striving for. Some may doubt whether a fully realised jnani will perform ...
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