WHAT ONE IS TO DO FOR MOKSHA

Hari Om In Bhagavata Purana, Sri Krishna's reply to Uddhava: SKANDHA XI. CHAP. 19. Jnâna (knowledge), Vairâgya (dispassion), Vijnâna (direct knowledge), Sraddhâ (faith) Bhakti (Devotion), these are the requisites of Moksha. The nine (Prakriti, Purusha, Mahat. Ahankâra and the five Tanmatras), the eleven (five Jnânendriyas, five Karmendriyas and Manas), the five Bhûtas, the three (Gunas), … Continue reading WHAT ONE IS TO DO FOR MOKSHA

BONDAGE AND LIBERATION

Hari Om In Bhagavata Purana Sri Krishna's Reply to Uddhava: SKANDHA XI. CHAP. 11. Uddhava asked: — "Âtmâ dwells in the transformations of the Gunas forming the body. Why should it not be bound down by the Gunas. Or if Âtmâ is free (like Akâsa) why should it be at all in bondage? What are … Continue reading BONDAGE AND LIBERATION

POPULAR DEVOTIONAL MYSTICISM IN VEDIC SCRIPTURES

Hari Om THE chief features of the passionate devotion for God described are its spontaneity and its transference of human relations and emotions to God through the medium of the Krishna legend described in the Bhagavata Purana. It presupposes the theory of the incarnation of God as man, which makes it possible to think of … Continue reading POPULAR DEVOTIONAL MYSTICISM IN VEDIC SCRIPTURES

A young devotee taught learned scholars

Hari Om Often in life, people always want to analyse and assimilate all the information in very situation without accepting a situation as a positive blessing and seeing the silver lining to every outcome and enjoying the present. This story of the young devotee is one such example, where a devotee of Lord Krishna was … Continue reading A young devotee taught learned scholars