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Articles on Dharma

• 3 weeks ago
“Life is full of ups and downs. Some days may be difficult, but Maa Durga will give you the strength...
• 3 weeks ago
Durga Puja, being one of the biggest celebrations in India, is the symbol glorifying feminine power. This festival holds immense...
• 3 weeks ago
West Bengal, being the origin of Durga Puja celebrations in India, witnesses few of the largest Durga Puja Pandals, commemorating...
• 3 weeks ago
Durga Poja is a festival mainly celebrated in the parts of West Bengal and Kolkata, where Lord Durga is worshiped...
• 4 weeks ago
India is such a big country, so the religious significance of a single holiday can vary significantly from north to...
• 4 weeks ago
Dhanteras is a Hindu festival that takes place two days before Diwali throughout the country. Dhanteras, also known as Dhantrayodashi,...
• 4 weeks ago
Every year in October and November, Hindus all around the world celebrate Diwali, or Deepavali—a festival of lights that dates...
• 4 weeks ago
Introduction- During my all years of living, I found that our Indian historical documents have the same depth as they...
• 1 month ago
Deepavali, also known as Diwali, is the Festival of Lights, celebrated with zeal and merriment. DEEPAVALI, also known as Diwali,...
• 1 month ago
Diwali comes only once every year, which is exactly why you should go a little out of your way to...
• 1 month ago
“Ram! The light of light, the inner self light, shines always in your heart chamber. Sit still. Just close your eyes....
• 1 month ago
The Undiscovered Tales Of Diwali Year by year we celebrate Diwali all over India with the spirit of joy, devotion,...
• 2 months ago
In India, Rakshābandhanam is celebrated on the full moon day (Purnima) of the month Shravan (around August), (popularly known as...
• 4 months ago
Vedic concept of life is established on the belief that man is a crucial aspect of the global family - Vasudha- evakutumbakam. Also, the law of Karma (causation) is proclaimed as a law of nature.
• 5 months ago
My understanding of philosophic writings being very scanty, I may be false when I indicate that this is just a...
• 5 months ago
In the Vedic belief, there is no indication of the extraordinary or the supernatural. The Rishi who utilized these abilities...
• 5 months ago
सनातन वैदिक धर्म और उसमें परिकल्पित ब्राह्मण जीवन की व्याख्या भगवान बुद्ध ने भी बहुत सुन्दर ढंग से की थी।...
• 5 months ago
Jagatguru Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti ki hardik shubhkamnae🙏 The teachings and life events of Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya have unimaginable vastness and...
• 6 months ago
The Vedic Sanskrit imitates a still initial stratum in the advancement of language. Even in its external marks it is...
• 7 months ago
Caste System in Hinduism is nothing besides a social stratification. Caste is formulated for the Coordination of task or livelihoods...
• 7 months ago
Controversy about the women’s condition shows what role they hold in any given community at a given point in time....
• 7 months ago
The vedas are, by common consent, the oldest and the most authoritative fountain head of almost all tradition in India....
• 8 months ago
By nature Shivratri happens before the new phase of the Moon Day (Amavasya). Amavasya being the beginning of the Moon...
• 9 months ago
As the motivating force behind every birth or product, there should be a purpose, either existence (sat) or nonexistence. Exactly...
• 9 months ago
The distinctions of waking state, dream state, and sleep state (viswa, taijasa, and prajna) are but appearances imposed on the...
• 9 months ago
‘Know thyself’ is a fundamental philosophical quest. It is a quest for meaning of life. This philosophical tradition insisted that...
• 9 months ago
Most people are unable to give a satisfactory answer to this question, what is life? Although the ordinary person can...
• 9 months ago
There is a very clear difference between Indian and Western traditions. In the West, mind was regarded as independent of...
• 10 months ago
The multiplicity in the process of becoming can be fully enjoyed only through absolute renunciation of egoistic desires. Egoistic desires...
• 10 months ago
Being and Becoming are objects of our consciousness. “Being is one, Becomings are many; but this simply means that all...
• 11 months ago
Surya (the Sun) lightens all beings in the ten different regions with his rays. Surya is the very own identity...
• 11 months ago
Renunciation and monasteries (ashrams) play an extremely important part in Hinduism. The sadhus (sanyasis) and sadhvis (sanyasinis) are among one...
• 11 months ago
The Vedas however are not as well known for pre-senting historical and scientific knowledge as they are for expounding subtle...
• 12 months ago
दीपावली प्रकाश पर्व है, ज्योति का महोत्सव है । दीपावली जितना अंत: लालित्य का उत्सव है, उतना ही बाह्यलालित्य का।...
• 12 months ago
चिंता व तनाव हमारे लिए फायदेमंद भी हैं और नुकसानदेह भी । किसी भी कार्य के प्रति चिंता व तनाव...
• 12 months ago
Naturally the law of Karma leads to the question– ‘What part does Isvara (God) play in this doctrine of Karma’...
• 1 year ago
Today we have not yet recovered even a quarter of the deeper meaning of the Vedic mantras, much less find...
• 1 year ago
हमारे जीवन मे ध्यान का एक मुख्य उदृदेश्य प्रकृति के साथ और हमारे आस पास का जो पर्यावरण हे-उसके साथ...
• 1 year ago
Human is both an animal and a spirit. As an animal one possesses a cognitive function which makes one able...
• 1 year ago
“‘There are two states for man–the state in this world, and the state in the next; there is also a...
• 1 year ago
It is said that Brahman has various cognisable and countable forms, but that is only in the limited sense of...