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Bhagavad Gita

Bhagavad Gita's Message Of The Lord's Love
The Supreme Lord is not only a perfect Law Maker but also a strict Law Administrator. It is said that even a blade of grass doesn't move without His permission. Kathopanishad says that He stands like a terror with a raised ...
Bhagavad Gita The Lord Love

Veda Vyasa Bhagavad Gita Hindu Philosophy
Veda Vyasa - Part III
Continued From Part III The BhagavadgitaNot only was Vyasa's intellect mighty, but he was completely tolerant, holding in his embrace of love the entire universe of living beings. In the "Song of the Lord", the Bhagavadgita, the poet-seer Vyasa brought ...
Peace Happiness Dull Mind Discrimination
Happiness Without Peace?
In sanskrit, 'Su' means 'excellent' and 'kham' means 'space'Both together, lend themselves to be spelt as 'sukham', an 'excellent space!' It is an excellent space by entering which I seek a happy experience! Contrary to this is 'duhkham' meaning a painful ...
Shri Sai Satcharitra-Chapter-41-Part III
Continued From Part II Stealing the Rags and Reading of JnaneshwariMr.B.V.Deo who was Mamlatdar of Dahanu (Thana District) wished for a long time to read Jnaneshwari - (the well-known Marathi commentary on the Bhagawad-Gita by Sant Jnaneshwar), along with other ...
Chapter 41 Part 3
Kural 377
Thirukkural-On Virtue-On Fate-Kural 377
Vakuthaan vakutha vakaiyallaal koadiThokuthaarkkum thuithal aridhu The divine ordination, of all this on earth, has been extremely well brought out in this couplet, which could be translated as below:Except as ordained by the Lord, who measures out each man’s mee...
Thirukkural-On Virtue-On Fate-Kural 373
Nunniya noolpala karpinum matrundhanUnmai arrivae mikumWhere intelligence is clouded by fate, due to one’s actions in a previous birth,Any amount of formal learning will not make a difference.This again elaborates the idea brought out in the two previous Kurals, ...
Kural 373
Hinduism Modern Management Bhagavad Gita
Contribution Of Hinduism To Modern Day Management-Part II
Continued From The First PartHindu way of Approach to 'Theory of Motivation'The Rishis of this holy land after spending generations on experiment have found that the real cheer and satisfaction of a man lies not in the outer world but in ...
Aatmasuddhi and Lokasangraha
Aatmasuddhi and LokasangrahaOrdinarily, work means productivity. It employs lesser resources to generate more material wealth. It is bringing about a change in the ratio of forces in the environment. It provides better living and comforts to the worker and to the ...
Inner Life Integrated Community
Kural 367
Thirukkural-On Virtue-Elimination Of Desire-Kural 367
Avaavinai atra arupin thavavinaiThaanvaendu maatraan varumIf one roots out all desire fully, the soul’s ultimate yearningFor a good and spotless life, will be realized easilyFull elimination of desire will surely lead to the soul’s deep and persistent y...
Thirukkural-On Virtue-Elimination Of Desire-Kural 366
Anjuva thoarum arane oruvanaiVanjippa thoarum avaDesire is what cheats a man out of his birthright;Only conquest of desire is, therefore, true virtueEvery man’s birthright is the pursuit of truth and the attainment of final release, or heaven. It is desire ...
Kural 366
Kural 363
Thirukkural-On Virtue-Elimination Of Desire-Kural 363
Vaendaamai anna viluchchselvam eendillaiYaandum akthopadhu il.There is no wealth better than desirelessness in this world;Nor is there anything like it beyond too.Absence of desire is the best wealth in this world as well as the next.This is probably what Plutarch meant, ...
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