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Origin Of Indian Philosophy

In Rig-Veda there is a famous Sloka/hymn, which expresses the skepticism about the origin and nature of the world[1]. It also doubts the capability of god and his involvement in the creation of the world. 1,940 more words

Indian Philosophy

Isha Upanishad

Why the Isha Upanishad?

The Isha Upanishad is another thought provoking Upanishad that talks about “Isha”. While Isha in the standard interpretation is said to be the Lord Shiva, I believe the Isha Upanishad indicates the nature of Isha which leads to a totally different perspective of Isha. 1,410 more words


Kena Upanishad - Chapter 1 & 2

Why the Kena Upanishad?

The Kena upanishad asks a set of questions that resonates with “What is the truth?” and sets the context and clearly shows the character of “truth” and why it is difficult to understand it. 2,719 more words



Knowledge gained or Knowledge lost

An analysis of the evolution of the IT industry forces on us the core question “As evolution progresses, is knowledge gained or is knowledge lost?” If we analyse: at the start of the computer revolution, there was a deficiency of sophisticated compilers, OS and other tools for easy programming. 2,189 more words


Spirituality – A time pass?

Spirituality, the word itself has become like a fashion statement nowadays.

People who have just discovered some traces of their spiritual self through some organization or some books/discourses find themselves a notch higher than the others who are yet to tread the path! 573 more words

Be integrated to the Divine principles which you cherish!

śrotrasya śrotraṁ manaso mano yad vāco ha vācaṁ sa u prāṇasya prāṇaḥ |
cakṣuṣaś-cakṣur-atimucya dhīrāḥ pretyāsmāllokād-amṛtā bhavanti || 2 ||

Listen. Listen carefully.

The whole Upanishad verse does not finger towards something, it does not pinpoint anything. 1,282 more words


Traditional or Non-Traditional Vedanta

Satsang by Ramji (James Swartz)

We all have reasons to justify our likes and dislikes. Some Vedantins criticize me because of a peculiar duality: traditional vs. 956 more words

By Eaden Shantay