Hindu Way of Life (English)

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Linga Purana says: Pradhanam Prakritim Tatcha Yadahur-lingamuttamamGandhavarnarasairhinam Sabda-sparsadi-varjitam. The foremost Linga which is primary and is devoid of smell, colour, ...
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Famous Saints of Saivism
Saivism is a very ancient sect of Hinduism with a known history of at least 5000 years. It is a ...
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Why do Religious / Spiritual people avoid Onion and Garlic in their food?
Why do Religious / Spiritual people avoid Onion and Garlic in their food during festival, fasting, Srardh or Vrath days? ...
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Bhakti
The value of Bhakti (As narrated in the Srimad Bhagawad Purana) This interesting narrative offers us a glimpse of how ...
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Symbolism
Symbolism: Siva symbolically represents the tamasic quality. Because of this, he is called pasupathi, (the lord of the animals). His ...
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yogis
Chanting Mantras for our earthly needs is actually making demands in prayer. In real prayer we trust, love and pray ...
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yogis
Meditation is not something new or strange that we should impart it from external world. Actually, every work done with ...
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What Phrenology means?
5000 years ago in the times of Vedic era, people were focused on just one issue, how to develop the ...
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What is meditation?
What is meditation? “KARMA” means “action.” Every action or thought determines a reaction. In the physical world, the weight of ...
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What is Karma?
Human suffering is one of religion’s most compelling mysteries: Why do the innocent suffer? Why does God permit evil? Is ...
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The Great Time Cycle
Complete Cycle of Small Yugas: 24,000 years. This is the amount of time needed for the earth to spend 2,000 ...
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Ek Mukhi Rudraksha
One Mukhi Rudraksha is Lord Shiva manifest. It gives worldly pleasures as well as freedom from cycles of birth. The ...
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Sivabanner
Rudraksha is a natural seed, found within the vibrant blue fruit of the evergreen Elaeocarpus ganitrus, it is indigenous to ...
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Swastika:Its Real Meaning
The Swastika is a holy sign and symbol from thousands of years ago. Practically, the only symbol that is more ...
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A Hindu temple is believed to be the earthly seat of a deity and the place where the deity graces ...
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Navaratri Or The Nine-Day Worship Of Devi
Religious observances, traditional worship and Vratas have, at times, more than one significance. Apart from being the adoration of the ...
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Nayanars: Murthi Nayanar
15. Murthi Nayanar To adore Lord Siva with sandalwood paste, smearing it all over the Lingam is regarded as a ...
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Sadhana Tattva [Rules of Living]
The Science Of Seven Cultures For Quick Evolution of the Human Being INTRODUCTION (a) An ounce of practice is better ...
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yogis
Prayer for the Well being. Sarve Bhavantu sukhenaSarve santu niraamyaaSarve Bhadraani pashyantuMa kashchit dukhbagh bhavet O God, grant happiness to ...
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Krishna
Bhagavad Gita karman.yevaadhikaaras the’ maa phalesuu kadaachana |maa karma-phala-hethur bhoor maa the’ sango’sthv-akarmani ||-II-47 || Chapter II -47 Thou hast ...
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Symbolism
Rudraksha – The Eye of Shiva The word Rudraksha has originated from the two Sanskrit words: Rudra, and aksha which ...
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Secret of Panchakshara, Siva Manasa Pooja
Panchakshara is a Mahamantra which is composed of five letters, Namassivaya. A Mantra is that which removes all obstacles and ...
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The Rudraksha Jabala Upanishad
Hari Om! I praise the Effulgent State of Absolute Peace, belonging to Sri Maharudra, which is to be known through ...
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Rudraksha Samhitha
Vidhyeshwar Samhita Rudraksha is originated from the divine Sanskrit words. Rudraksha is a combination of rudra+aksha, symbolizing Rudra and Aksha, ...
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Rudraksha Significance, Padma Purana
PADMA PURANA Significance of Rudrakshas In a congregation of Brahmansas, Veda Vyas explained the significance of ‘Rudrakshas’, their origin and ...
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Sakti Yoga Philosophy
The power or active aspect of the immanent God is Sakti. Sakti is the embodiment of power. She is the ...
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Symbolism
Siva is known by the name ‘Girisa’, as He is the Lord of the Mount Kailasa. Siva is called ‘Tryambaka’, ...
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Mother Ganga
The Ganga is the most sacred river of India. Lord Krishna says in the Gita: “I am the Ganga among ...
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Sivatantra
The three cities are Anava Mala (egoism), Karma (bondage of Karma) and Maya (the illusory power of Lord Siva which ...
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tandav
The dance of Lord Siva is for the welfare of the world. The object of His dance is to free ...
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Symbolism
Philosophy Of Symbols: Lord Siva represents the destructive aspect of Brahman. That portion of Brahman that is enveloped by Tamo-Guna-Pradhana ...
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The Saiva Siddhanta Philosophy
The Saiva Siddhanta system is the distilled essence of Vedanta. It prevailed in Southern India even thousands of years before ...
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Siva Tattva
In Me the universe had its origin, In Me alone the whole subsists; In Me it is lost—Siva, The Timeless, ...
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Karmas & Diseases
KARMAS DISEASES Who insults others, breaks promises, causes great disappointment to another, deprives one of his property, disgraces others in ...
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Krishna
The Three Main Schools Of Metaphysical Thought Dvaita, Visishtadvaita and Advaita Sri Sankara, Sri Ramanuja and Sri Madhva are the ...
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Hinduism and Symbols
Outward symbols are necessary and beneficial. When viewed from the right angle of vision, you will find that they play ...
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Sadhus And Sannyasins
Salutations unto the ancient Rishis, seers, saints, Paramahamsa Sannyasins and Sadhus, who are the repositories of divine knowledge and wisdom ...
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Krishna
The four main spiritual paths for God-realisation are Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Jnana Yoga. Karma Yoga is ...
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Para-Bhakti
Bhakti is of two kinds, viz., Para-Bhakti, and ritualistic Bhakti. Ritualistic worship is Vaidhi or Gauni Bhakti. It is formal ...
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Worship Or Upasana
Worship is the expression of devotion, reverence and love to the Lord, of keen yearning to be united with Him ...
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Puja And Ishta-Devata
Puja is the common term for ritual worship, of which there are numerous synonyms such as Archana, Vandana, Bhajana, etc., ...
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Rituals, Samskaras and Maha Yajnas
Hindu Rituals Sandhyopasana Sandhyopasana literally means ‘worship at the junctions of time.’ It is a prayer and worship offered to ...
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Sraaddha And Tarpana
Sraaddha And Tarpana Sraaddha is the name of the ceremonies performed by relatives to help the Jiva who has cast ...
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The Philosophy And Significance Of Idol-Worship
The Idol—A Prop For The Spiritual Neophyte Idol is a support for the neophyte. It is a prop of his ...
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The Four Asramas
The Four Asramas There are four Asramas or stages in life, viz., Brahmacharya or the period of studentship, Grihastha or ...
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Ethics is a relative science. (The Process Of Purification)
ETHICS The mark of Dharma is Achara or good conduct. Achara is the mark of the good. From Achara is ...
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The Law Of Karma
What Is Karma? Karma means not only action, but also the result of an action. The consequence of an action ...
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A Religion Of Freedom
HINDU RELIGION: Silent adorations to Satchidananda Para-Brahman, Who is the silent Witness of all minds, Who is the Indweller in ...
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108 Siva Temples (Parihara Temples)
108 Siva Temples to get rid of various types of sins and attain bliss (Remedial or Parihara Temples) Given below ...
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Dhyana in Silence
DHYANA IN SILENCE _ MOUNA THAVAM This is one of the easiest and best thyana advised by our Saints. No ...
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