Hari Om If we approach through deductive metaphysics, we may find many prophets, great philosophers, eminent metaphysicists, pathfinders, learned people of eminence, spiritual scientists and others finding only One Universal God for the entire mankind. It is a separate matter that they assigned different names and epithets to the same supreme Reality. Jesus Christ referred … Continue reading The Belief in One God and Its Effects
Hari Om The Hindus classify the systems of philosophy into two classes, namely, the nâstika and the âstika. The nâstika (na asti "it is not") views are those which neither regard the Vedas as infallible nor try to establish their own validity on their authority. These are principally three in number, the Buddhist, Jaina and … Continue reading The Indian Systems of Philosophy
Hari Om The Four Vedas, the primary literature of Hindu Religion are as below: Rg-Veda The heart of the entire Veda with 10,552 verses. Rg-Veda Interpretation(Poorna Pragnya). Yajur-Veda (hymns for oblations)apr. 2000 verses Sama-Veda (same prayers and hymns in meters for singing)apr. 2000 verses Atharva-Veda (body/world mainte nance and destruction).Nearly 6,000 verses of prayers, charms … Continue reading Vedas, Upanishads and Allied Scriptures – An Introduction
Hari Om The name of Yajnavalkya of Mithila stands distinguished both in the Srutis and in the Smritis. Yajnavalkya is especially known for his unsurpassed spiritual wisdom and power. The seer of a Veda Samhita from Bhagavan Surya, the revealer of Brahma Jnana to Janaka, Maitreyi and others, Yajnavalkya hails supreme among sages of sacred … Continue reading Sage Yajnavalkya of Mithila
Hari Om According to Vedic scriptures, the Guru is God Himself manifesting in a personal form to guide the aspirant. Grace of God takes the form of the Guru. To see the Guru is to see God. The Guru is united with God. He inspires devotion in others. His presence purifies all. The Guru is … Continue reading FAQ: Who is a Guru?