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This course is based on the books ‘Ṛtu Vidya’ and ‘Women & Sabarimala’ by Sinu Joseph. This course uses the framework of women’s menstrual health to revive the Bhāratiya Jñāna Paramparā.

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भारतीय दार्शनिक दृष्टि में समय का विचार

समय एक रेखीय, एकल-दिशात्मक गति नहीं है, जैसे कि एक तीर अतीत से भविष्य की ओर गति करता है। यह “हमारी यांत्रिक दुनिया के एक सुविधाजनक भ्रम से ज्यादा कुछ नहीं है, जो एक जीवंत समय को एक फ्रैक्टल के आंतरिक कर्लिंग विवरण के साथ जोड़ता है।” जब हम अनंत काल की वक्रता में प्रवेश करते हैं, तो हम जीवन की सच्ची आंतरिक लय की परिपूर्णता का अनुभव करते हैं।

Is God in Pain? (Part-3)

A good teacher, in every ins and outs of his students, is well aware that what errors they can make and in which areas. But, the tutor himself does not make mistakes. So, can we say by this argument that God knows all our pains but Himself never suffers Bearing this argument in mind, Arindam Chakrabarti again makes a dispute that there is still a problem in analyzing the concern of “Is God in pain?” in this way.

Cave, Cosmos, and Consciousness Connection: The Origin of Sacred Space

India also has many natural caves from north to south and east to west, which early humans used as shelters and living spaces. The emptiness of the cave might have given them the expression of the sky (Aakasha Tattva), and the sky is the origin place for all celestial and non-celestial beings. Later, these caves became an example of another temple’s architectural development as the space in the temple was observed as Garbhagriha.

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