Proof that God loves you!

This one podcast, imo, includes everything you can think of - and everything you need to know! It feels like a gentle, warm embrace of God, of love.. ज्ञान संतोष देता है और प्रेमज्ञान आत्मा पोषण करता ही है :')...

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KANYADAAN IS SUPERIOR TO KANYAMAAN.

What if I told you that the word Kanyamaan, instead of Kanyadaan objectifies women ? What if I told you that the word Kanyamaan is directly symbolic to dowry instead of feminism ? Kanyadaan is putramaan.. 1 - "Women are not money...

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Women symbolise faith in purity

Debate of greatest Vedantis - Mandan Mishra and Shankaracharya was arranged. Everything was all set except for one thing - there was no judge suitable to analyse this clash of intellects. Ubhay Bharti, wife of Mandana was chosen....

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What is chhath puja and why is it celebrated?

Post Vasco De Gama- Europeans started having Deja Vu on identifying similarities b/w Sanskrit & their languages. Britishers decided to establish the fact that "Indians are descendants of 'Aryans', who basically were a few blue eyed, white skinned Europeans" Along...

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Fasting in Ekadashi

So, I thought there won't be a better time to talk about a practice that has kept me in top form - Physically, - Emotionally and - Spiritually for a long long time. What I am going to talk about is very scientific. Let's go! When...

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Thread on Kakbhushundi & his significance

पितृपक्ष/Pitru Paksha has started, customs can differ from 1 place to another but in Maharashtra we offer Bhojan to Kak (crow). Before someone makes fun of our tradition, I thought I should explain why we offer bhojan to crow Kakbhushundi was greatest devotee. He was...

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|| The Major Vratas of Ancient India ||

according to scriptures I repeat “Untold Unsung now Unearthed” The major vratas are as follows. (i)Santapana: This involves living for one whole day on cow’s urine, cowdung, cow’s milk, curds made from cow’s milk and clarified butter made from cow’s milk. The next day...

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Proof that God loves you!

This one podcast, imo, includes everything you can think of - and everything you need to know! It feels like a gentle, warm embrace of God, of love.. ज्ञान संतोष देता है और प्रेमज्ञान आत्मा पोषण करता ही है :')...

read more

KANYADAAN IS SUPERIOR TO KANYAMAAN.

What if I told you that the word Kanyamaan, instead of Kanyadaan objectifies women ? What if I told you that the word Kanyamaan is directly symbolic to dowry instead of feminism ? Kanyadaan is putramaan.. 1 - "Women are not money...

read more

Women symbolise faith in purity

Debate of greatest Vedantis - Mandan Mishra and Shankaracharya was arranged. Everything was all set except for one thing - there was no judge suitable to analyse this clash of intellects. Ubhay Bharti, wife of Mandana was chosen....

read more

What is chhath puja and why is it celebrated?

Post Vasco De Gama- Europeans started having Deja Vu on identifying similarities b/w Sanskrit & their languages. Britishers decided to establish the fact that "Indians are descendants of 'Aryans', who basically were a few blue eyed, white skinned Europeans" Along...

read more

Fasting in Ekadashi

So, I thought there won't be a better time to talk about a practice that has kept me in top form - Physically, - Emotionally and - Spiritually for a long long time. What I am going to talk about is very scientific. Let's go! When...

read more

Thread on Kakbhushundi & his significance

पितृपक्ष/Pitru Paksha has started, customs can differ from 1 place to another but in Maharashtra we offer Bhojan to Kak (crow). Before someone makes fun of our tradition, I thought I should explain why we offer bhojan to crow Kakbhushundi was greatest devotee. He was...

read more

|| The Major Vratas of Ancient India ||

according to scriptures I repeat “Untold Unsung now Unearthed” The major vratas are as follows. (i)Santapana: This involves living for one whole day on cow’s urine, cowdung, cow’s milk, curds made from cow’s milk and clarified butter made from cow’s milk. The next day...

read more