Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 15: Purushotama Yoga – The Yoga of Supreme Person or Realization of Ultimate Truth
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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 15: Purushotama Yoga – The Yoga of Supreme Person or Realization of Ultimate Truth

#Bhagavad #Gita Chapter 15: Purushotama Yoga – The Yoga of Supreme Person or Realization of Ultimate Truth In this Chapter  15 Lord Krishna reveals the virtues, the glories and transcendental characteristics of God being omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent. Also He explains the pupose and value of knowing about God and the means by which He can be realized. … 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

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

Hindu Scriptures  (Part b) Puranas : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…
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Hindu Scriptures (Part b) Puranas : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…

Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… Hindu Scriptures (Part 6b) Puranas  Post Vedic Scriptures (Smriti ‘Remembrance’ scriptures) 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) Puranas The Puranas are post-Vedic texts which … Continue reading

Hindu Scriptures (a) : Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 6)
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Hindu Scriptures (a) : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism… (Part 6)

Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 6) Hindu Scriptures Almost all major religions of the world have have One Book and One God which basically defines the philosophy of the faith, the rules and regulations, Do’s and Don’ts for the followers of those religions. And at the fundamental level itself there is a huge difference … Continue reading

Hindu Timelines..(Part 4b) : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…
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Hindu Timelines..(Part 4b) : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism…

Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 4) Hindu Timeline (Part 4.b) India one is home to some of the oldest places on earth which human being made their home and still thriving and evolving. It is home to a a number of civilization and cultural traditions. The current political map of India post the partition … Continue reading

Hindu Timelines (a) : Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 3)
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Hindu Timelines (a) : Some Interesting Questions about Hinduism… (Part 3)

Some Interesting Questions about  Hinduism… (Part 3) Hindu Timelines (a) The word Hindu is derived from Indus River – referring to the people who lived in the geographical area starting from the banks of Indus River in the west. More than a religion its broadly the way of life for people who lived in the area … Continue reading