Victory, Oh victory to the Sun God, Who is the lamp to the seven worlds, Who by His rays destroys sin, Who destroys aches and sorrows, Who is lead to by the path of Vedas, Who is the Sun God to the universe, And Who is saluted by all the worlds, And also my salutations to Him who makes the day.
In this issue we focus basics of Vedic Philosophy. There are few basic questions which when asked we find it quite intriguing or we may answer without knowing what we are really mean by it. Like ...
Who Am I?
Why I am what Iam?
Here such questions have been dealt scrutinizingly from Vedic point of view but in a layman's language. And don't miss the videos accompanying them they offer lot of infotainment.
Also we have an interesting article that every Indian should read...Breaking India it's a thorough academic work done by two Indian Americans on the different forces that are trying to disintegrate the Indian cultural fabric by micro and macro manipulations. Don't miss the videos. This book has got wide acclaim from many scholars all over the world for its accuracy and stunning details yet unnervingly professional in its work. Its only due to ignorance of the glories of our heritage that although born in India these elements engage in such nefrarious activities. As HH Bhati Vikas Swami mentions in his review of the book it is relevant for everyone who have concern for destiny of India.
Its like the story-line in Matrix movie. The human victims are seduced in a dream world by the machines while they continue running their business. This is a story of unholy nexus of three forces slowly destroying the fabric of a great heritage of India while its...Read the Rest
Krishna – Man, God or Energy? Modern Indologists may regard him as a mythological character from Mahabharata. Intellectuals in India may consider him a great historical personality or a mystic or one of the thousand gods of Hindu theology. In the west he may be known to be the speaker of the Bhagavad Gita....Read the Rest
Reincarnation is called samsara in the classic Vedic texts of India. The word samsara is Sanskrit and means being bound to the cycle of repeated birth and death through numerous lifetimes. How this works is that those who are materially conditioned transmigrate through different bodies according to one's desires and past ...Read the Rest
Karma is one of those topics that many people know a little about, but few understand the intricacies of it. Analogy with Newton's Law To start with, Newton's third law of motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. On the universal scale, this is the law ...Read the Rest
Who am I? What am I? Am I the body, mind or something more? These are the age old questions that every philosopher throughout the ages has tried to grasp and understand. After all, how will you know what to do in life if you do not even know ...Read the Rest
India is clearly the subject of a sustained and perniciously demeaning propaganda campaign undertaken by international academia and communication media. This campaign is so successful that most Indians, including or especially those who are superficially educated, believe and even assist the propagation of the lies that this campaign propagates, for instance that of an Aryan, anti-Dravidian invasion. Much counter propaganda is required to debunk such treacherous myths, and Breaking India will hopefully herald a new genre of well-researched volumes aimed at putting the record straight. Breaking India is one of those rare books that are simultaneously groundbreaking and potentially paradigm shifting. It sheds light on various social, political, religious, ethical, intellectual, and educational issues vital to India's future. Many persons suspect, but have little clear idea about, the frightening phenomena that Malhotra and Neelakandan have scrupulously researched and provided clear perspectives on: the ongoing demographic takeover of India by forces viciously opposed to everything that she has traditionally stood for. Fundamentalist Christians and Muslims, hostile foreign governments, and Maoists and other internal terrorist groups, are realizing their aims, the likely outcome of which is of India descending into uncontrollable sectarian strife and political dismemberment. All this is happening under the nose of and often with the deliberate or unwitting aid of Indian political, intellectual, and business leaders. I learned much from this book and recommend it to all persons benignly concerned with the destiny of India.
very beautiful article....if we go back in time in the early 20th century and the 19th century in india...people lived a very happy n joyous life because they were not morally corrupt and nor sexually immoral and thus they developed a very good moral character. If we break god's rules which is happening in the present day society we have to suffer and there is so much suffering in the 21st century compared to previous centuries inspite of technological advancement...this is the result of our own bad deeds and degradation and also faith in the almighty is diminishing very rapidly which is the major reason for such immoral acts and suffering