Sanaatan Dharm Explained : My Personal Path; The Basics {Sanaatan Dharm Series}

I am an ardent student of the Ancient Literature of our Religion, Sanaatan Dharm. The following article is the next article in a series in an honest attempt to consolidate my readings in my mind, and represents a continuing hunt, a search and a struggle to understand. This article is basis 3.5 years of studying the following Sanaatan Dharm Literature repeatedly : The Shriymad Bhagwad Geeta, Ishavasya Upanishad, Mundak Upanishad, Mandukya Upanishad, Ken Upanishad, Kathh

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The Wonders of Silence {Sanaatan Dharm Series}

The Wonders of Silence… the sheer magic, the simply sublime beauty of total silence is an experience that needs to be felt, so that its compelling hypnotic pull can be understood… a state of mind combined with an external environment that is totally silent, not a sound … fully complemented by an equal silence in your subconscious, and a state when that small voice in your mind says not a single word… oh, the lovely

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My Encounter with Shi-va

My Encounter with Shi-va

Right from the start, I was of a religious blend of mind. Visiting temples, saying my morning and evening prayers, reciting shlokas, observing fasts, staying clear of alcohol and non-vegetarian meals on certain days, etc. This was taught to me by my parents and society. I used to do all this as a matter of habit, without understanding the real purpose. One day, I visited a dear friend of mine who introduced me to the

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Many Religions One India

Many Religions One India

Witten by: Deepthi Musley Unity in diversity, All for one & One for all, United we stand divided we fall. A country of the people, by the people, & for the people at the heart of nationality is yet to identify itself with the true meaning of freedom even after seventy years of independence. Our motherland has never isolated her children as Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Jains, etc., & neither did she cut & offer

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