Hari Om From time immemorial the Hindus are worshipping God Siva who is master of truth, beauty and bliss. From the highest Himalayas on the north down to Rameswar in the south and from Chandranath hill on the east to Dwarka on the west the whole of India is filled up with Siva-temples here and … Continue reading WHY WE WORSHIP Lord SIVA?
Hari Om Mahabharata - Aranyaka Parva Adhyaya - Araneya Parva This episode is found in the Aranya Parva of the epic, the Mahabharata. The sons of Pandu along with their wife Draupadi are nearing the end of their twelve-year exile in forests. They are due to begin the thirteenth and final year, which they are … Continue reading Yaksha Prashna (Yaksha – Yudhisthira Samvada from The Mahabharata)
Hari Om What Is Karma? Karma means not only action, but also the result of an action. The consequence of an action is really not a separate thing. It is a part of the action, and cannot be divided from it. Breathing, thinking, talking, seeing, hearing, eating, etc., are Karmas. Thinking is mental Karma. Karma … Continue reading The Law of Karma and Rebirth
Hari Om Namdev of Maharashtra was a saint of mediaeval India. He was not a servant of Lord Krishna, but His companion. Namdev was an Amsa (part) of Lord Krishna. Introduction Namdev was a contemporary of Jnanadev, the famous saint of Maharashtra, being his senior in age by about five years. He was born in … Continue reading Namdev – The Famous Saint of Mediaeval India
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Hari Om 1. Good always prevails over Evil In the Ramayana, Goddess Sita is manipulated and lured by evil plans of Ravana. Despite all his wicked plotting, in the end Lord Rama wins back Sita. Irrespective of his extreme wealth, strength, power and blessings from God Shiva himself, Ravana was killed by Lord Rama, for … Continue reading Top 10 Teachings from the Ramayana
Hari Om This is the most popular and effective Mantra of Lord Vishnu, which is short, sweet and powerful. 'Hari' means ‘the remover’. When one remembers His name and then repeats it, sins, karmas and bad astrological effects are eradicated. Pain and suffering are removed. ‘Om’ is the primordial cosmic vibration from which sprang the … Continue reading Power of Hari Om
Hari Om Once upon a time there was a man lost in the desert. 36 hours ago, the water in his bottle ran dry, and he was on his last feet. He knew he would surely perish if he didn't get some water soon. The man saw in front of him a shack. He thought … Continue reading A Moral Story about Life & Karma
Hari Om Faith (Sraddha) is the language of the heart, expressed with optimism and positivity. Faith is a manifestation of hope for something better. It is not just a wish, it is a close approximation to belief, but not exactly a belief. While a belief is planted in the mind, Faith is rooted in the … Continue reading Why Faith is Invaluable?
Hari Om Vel Maaral ('வேல் மாறல்') Exchange of Vel Compiled by Vallimalai Sri Sachidananda SWamigal (Reproduced from Translation of Shri. P.R.Ramachander) Vel is the SAkthi weapon given to Lord Muruga by his mother SAkthi, to help him kill Asura called Sura Padma. Vel can put an end to your worries, Arunagiri Nathar has written a chapter … Continue reading Vel Maaral – A powerful Stotram by Vallimalai Sachidananda Swamigal for eradicating any physical or mental disease