Pragmatic and Effective Vedic Techniques for Material and Spiritual Progress in Kaliyuga

Hari Om Namaskarams! In this Kaliyuga, the struggle for existence is becoming more and more difficult day by day, and we don't get free or leisure time to do Vedic or religious practices and nor have patience for such long and cumbersome practices. Moreover we have to depend on others (Pandits) for such practices and … Continue reading Pragmatic and Effective Vedic Techniques for Material and Spiritual Progress in Kaliyuga

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

Some Ancient Health Tips from Ayurveda

Hari Om Ayurveda tatwamasi 1.Ajeerne Bhojanam Visham. When previously taken Lunch is not digested, taking Dinner will be equivalent to taking Poison. (We can certainly know and feel ourselves if the earlier food is digested or not. Hunger is one signal that the previous food is digested.) 2. Ardharogahari Nidhraa Proper Sleep cures half of … Continue reading Some Ancient Health Tips from Ayurveda

On Self-realization, Spoken by the Divine Mother – From Devi Bhagavatam

Hari Om 1-50. The Devî said:--"Hear, ye Immortals! My words with attention, that I am now going to speak to you, hearing which will enable the Jîvas to realise My Essence. Before the creation, I, only I, existed; nothing else was existent then. My Real Self is known by the names Chit, Sambit (Intelligence), Para … Continue reading On Self-realization, Spoken by the Divine Mother – From Devi Bhagavatam

Conquest Of Death – Seeking the Immortal

Hari Om All are terribly afraid of death. No one wants to die. Even intellectual persons who have grasped the idea that the Soul is Immortal and is distinct from the body are also awfully afraid of death. Mysterious is Moha or infatuated love for the body! Mysterious is Maya or Avidya! This body is … Continue reading Conquest Of Death – Seeking the Immortal

An Account of the Law for Liberation – From the Garuda Purana

Hari Om The Garuda Purana is one of eighteen Mahāpurāṇa genre of texts in Hinduism. It is a part of Vedic literature corpus and narrated in the form of a conversation between Lord Vishnu and Garuda (King of Birds), primarily emphasizing the meaning of human life. It contains details of life after death, funeral rites and reincarnation, and therefore … Continue reading An Account of the Law for Liberation – From the Garuda Purana

Sraaddha And Prayer For The Dead

Hari Om Importance Of Sraaddha Ceremony The Karma Kanda of the Vedas, the sacred books of the Hindus, has laid down different duties of man according to his position in life and according to the order to which he belongs. All these injunctions are embodied in the book called Manusmriti. Manusmriti is the code of … Continue reading Sraaddha And Prayer For The Dead

Transmigration of Soul and Theory of Rebirth

Hari Om The glimpses of this metaphysical concept are found in Vedas, Upanishads and even other scriptures of Hindus. The scriptures of other religions also refer to it but with minor variations. Holy Koran says," Allah-the merciful and compassionate God, makes you in gradual stages. He created seven heavens one above the other and brings … Continue reading Transmigration of Soul and Theory of Rebirth

Lord Ganesha (by Swami Sivananda)

Hari Om Introduction Remover of all obstacles, Pranava Swaroopi, Embodiment of wisdom, Devata of Muladhara Chakra! O Lord Vinayaka, The bestower of happiness Who has Modaka in hand! O Elephant-headed Lord! Salutations unto Thee. Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha. Lord Ganesha is the elephant-headed God. He is worshipped first. His Names are repeated first before any … Continue reading Lord Ganesha (by Swami Sivananda)