Karma Works in Uncanny Ways – True Stories from History

Hari Om These three stories are historical facts that really took place during World War II. They are woven with mystical threads and shared. Translated from Russian by Chaim Zehavi. 1st Story At the beginning of WWII, when the truth about the fate of the Jewish people was discovered, and when there were still ways … Continue reading Karma Works in Uncanny Ways – True Stories from History

Bhagavad Gita – A True Story

Hari Om In the year 1979, near the Trivandrum sea shore an Elderly Gentleman was reading the Bhagavad Gita. That time, a young Talented Atheist guy came & sat besides that Gentleman. The young guy Taunted the Gentleman by saying that in the age of science, people are so foolish that they read old fashioned … Continue reading Bhagavad Gita – A True Story

KARNA PARVA (Mahabharata)

Hari Om Karna parva has 96 chapters and 5175 slokas in it. After the slaughter of Dronacharya, distressed Duryodhana and others kings went to Asvatthama. While consoling grief-stricken Asvatthama, they suggested him to follow the system of science. Later, they returned back to their camps at the time of sun set. Though they were at … Continue reading KARNA PARVA (Mahabharata)

Luck through Desh, Kaal and Paatra

Hari Om If you’re someone who believes that luck is a matter of chance and has nothing to do with your own will and choice, well, it’s time to change your mind. Richard Wiseman, a British psychologist, has studied this phenomenon and proved we can actually influence luck. Ask a dozen people whether they have … Continue reading Luck through Desh, Kaal and Paatra

Pitru Paksha 2020 – Dates and Guidelines

Hari Om, Sri Maha Ganapathaye Namaha! Sri Gurubhyoh Namaha! Om Sarva Pitru Devaaya Namaha! Mahalaya Paksha (Pitru-Paksha or Srardh days) – 1st September to 17th September 2020 What our Ancestors (Pitrs) can do speedily for us even Gods/ Deities cannot do. Have you ever felt that for no apparent reason, you are constantly suffering? You … Continue reading Pitru Paksha 2020 – Dates and Guidelines

Ganesh Chaturthi

Hari Om SALUTATIONS to Lord Ganesha who is Brahman Himself, who is the Supreme Lord, who is the energy of Lord Shiva, who is the source of all bliss, and who is the bestower of all virtuous qualities and success in all undertakings. Mushikavaahana modaka hastha, Chaamara karna vilambitha sutra, Vaamana rupa maheshwara putra, Vighna … Continue reading Ganesh Chaturthi

150 Ways (Acts) to Show Empathy, Kindness and Compassion

Hari Om Empathy is the awareness with understanding of feelings and emotions of others. When empathy is cognitive, it is just empathy or sometimes sympathy, when it is emotional, empathy can manifest as Kindness and when it results in acts of kindness for relieving others from suffering, they turn out to be acts of Compassion. … Continue reading 150 Ways (Acts) to Show Empathy, Kindness and Compassion

You Can Become A YOGI

Hari Om TRUTH knows no death; no birth. It is Eternal; has always been, will always be. Time cannot exhaust its force, for it carries its power within itself. Deep in the heart of Truth is hidden an object we all are groping for. It is power. It is power from the Divine side of … Continue reading You Can Become A YOGI

Never Give Up Your Balanced Nature

Hari Om One fine morning, a Sadhu went to the river to take a holy bath. There he observed a scorpion struggling for life in the water. He was aware that the scorpion would not be able to swim its way back to life, so he decided to rescue it. He took it in his … Continue reading Never Give Up Your Balanced Nature

Eradication of Bad Karma (Sins) and Purifying the Soul — Hinduism’ Perspective

Hari Om ”Everyone wants be happy and not sad. Everyone wants be good and not bad.” Firstly, Let us understand the definition of sin in Hinduism. “Sin is any conscious act which intentionally causes suffering to another sentient being.” (paropakāra puṇyāya pāpāya para-piḍanam) Secondly — 3 R’s are important for eradication of sins. 1. Recognise … Continue reading Eradication of Bad Karma (Sins) and Purifying the Soul — Hinduism’ Perspective