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Vairagya Satakam, and detachment

In my philosophical pursuit, I came across Vairagya Satakam of Bhartrhari, which literally translates to mean ‘100 verses on detachment’. Personally, I find it to be a very powerful statement of disillusionment and detachment. 391 more words

Kasi Panchakam and Self Realization

Born and brought up in a somewhat conservative family, I had heard about Kasi even in my childhood.

Kasi is so much part of the tradition and culture that a ritual symbolic of pilgrimage to Kasi is part of… 453 more words

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Understanding Dharma

Dharma is a word that is quite often used in different contexts to mean different things. It is seen, quite often, to be taking definition of ‘duty’. 91 more words

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Indian Culture Series -9   DON’T WORRY, REST ASSURED !   As we have already seen, the standards ( Mind – Culture or Vaasanas )  achieved in a birth do not go waste on death, but will automatically  be carried forward to next birth, 359 more words
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Indian Culture Series -4 WHAT  YOU  SOW –  SO  YOU  REAP !   ( KARMA  SIDDHANTA ) ( the Infallible Law of CAUSE & EFFECT, or ACTION & REACTION ! 558 more words
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Transcending the mind

In my experience so far, the hardest challenge in life is to transcend one’s own mind. Mind acts (or rather pretends) as a friend, interpreting every happenings, and everything around me. 664 more words