Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 16: Devaasur Sampad Vibhaag Yoga – The Yoga of Defining Divine and Demoniacal Nature
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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 16: Devaasur Sampad Vibhaag Yoga – The Yoga of Defining Divine and Demoniacal Nature

#Bhagavad #Gita Chapter 16 – Devaasur Sampad Vibhaag Yoga- The Yoga of Defining Divine and Demoniac Nature In Chapter 16 Lord Krishna explains in detail the Divine properties as well as the signs of Demonic nature. He clearly demonstrates the conduct and actions which are righteous in nature and conducive to divinity. He also explains and delineates … Continue reading

Symbols, Rituals, Festivals… : Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 8)
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Symbols, Rituals, Festivals… : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism… (Part 8)

Hindu Symbols, Rituals and Festivals Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 8) Hindu Symbols, Rituals, Festivals Over a period of time, the followers of Hindu way of life developed a some symbols and icon which, for them, represent the sacred and ultimate power running the universe, in day-today way of life in terms of art, … Continue reading

Hindu Scriptures  (Part e) Ramayana: Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…
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Hindu Scriptures (Part e) Ramayana: Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…

Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 6e)  Post Vedic Scriptures (Smriti ‘Remembrance’ scriptures): Ramayana The scriptures that appeared after the Vedas and Upnishads fall under the category of smriti ‘remembrance’. Smriti literature includes Puranas, historical epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata, Agamas,  Darshanas and Dharmashastras (law books) The Ramayana is certainly one of the world’s oldest … Continue reading

Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 11 – The Vision of Universal Form of God (Vishwaroop Darshan Yoga)
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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 11 – The Vision of Universal Form of God (Vishwaroop Darshan Yoga)

#Bhagavad #Gita  Chapter 11 : The Vision of Universal Form of God (Vishwaroop Darshan Yoga) In Chapter 11 of Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna is beseeched by Arjuna to reveal his universal form showing all of existence Section-1 (Shloka 1-4) Arjuna requests for vision of Lord’s ‘Universal Form’. Section-2 (Shloka 5-8) Lord describes His ‘Universal Form’. Section-3 (Shloka 9-14) … Continue reading

Hindu Scriptures  (Part c) Mahabharata : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…
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Hindu Scriptures (Part c) Mahabharata : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…

Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… Hindu Scriptures (Part 6c) Mahabharata Post Vedic Scriptures (Smriti ‘Remembrance’ scriptures) : Mahabharata The Mahabharata is the longest Sanskrit epic, consisting of over 100,000 shloka or over 200,000 individual verse lines (each shloka is a couplet), and long prose passages, about 1.8 million words in total. The Mahabharata is roughly ten … Continue reading