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Personality traits of Maryada Purushottam Sri Rama under the light of Vaishnavism (Part 2)

Bharata reached the ashram and fell down at his brother's feet and as a reaction, Sri Ram lifted him up with intense care. Seeing Bharata and Rama's undying love for each other, the extreme gentleness and the sweet exchange of words, everybody present there were wondered and delighted at the same time.

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Book review on “Mahabharata Unravelled: Lesser-Known Facets of a Well-Known History” by Ami Ganatra

To be better informed about our Dharma and the epic, this book is an excellent work that has also ultimately shattered all the popular fallacies successfully. Besides being well-structured, the book has a sufficient drive to make us, the readers to be curious enough to peep inside the glorious universe of Mahabharata and read the original version at least once in our lifetime.

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Personality traits of Maryada Purushottam Sri Rama under the light of Vaishnavism (Part 1)

Being the God himself, he upheld Dharma on earth protecting the good ones, at the same time, for other's sake sacrificed everything he had the right to possess, from his kingdom to his beloved wife. In his cosmic plan, the way the Lord himself plays between his dilemmas and resolutions stuck between mortal limitations and limited power makes his character more engrossing.

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Some basic Hindu Samskaras: Signficance of shankha, mauna and sadhu sanga

In a fraction of a second, the most brutal person on the earth turned into a saint. All necessary perfections are achieved to attain the highest goal in life. Like us, Parvatha Muni was also moved by this and the entire event was constantly running in his head while returning. “You are a touchstone by yourself”, appreciated the sage staring at the great Narada Muni’s ever smiling glorious face.

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Is God in Pain? (Part-4)

What sort of thing or entity is God? God is like a son of a barren woman- a total self-contradictory object! He might have His own Dharma or characteristics but they are mutually opposed- a four-angled quadrilateral circle, an extremely hurt but completely painless fellow. Can such a thing exist?

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Book Review on Ramayana Unravelled: Lesser Known Facets of Rishi Valmiki’s Epic by Ami Ganatra

This whole fresh reading of Ramayana makes us fall in love with both Rama and Sita amid Valmiki’s poetic beauty, once again, eradicating all the doubts persisting in our minds till date. The golden age of Rama Rajya was never a myth and it is quite achievable as comprehended by the wisdom of our ancestors. If its ideals are brought forward, it would not be impossible for us to witness the same era of peace and knowledge, once again exhaling everywhere, for which every one of us is in search today.

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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.

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Book review on “Virtue, Success, Pleasure, and Liberation” by Alain Daniélou

The ancient Indian society had long ago successfully opened the door for an equal free-for-all competition, where only the weakest remained the victim. The Hindu system, serving as the universal and timeless model, is the outcome of a noble attempt to place mankind in the plan of creation and recognize the meaning of its different aspects like caste, activities, individual rights, mental possibilities and methods of implications of this diversity in intergroup relations.

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Is God in Pain? (Part-2)

“The God has luckily survived from my hands, who took away Goodwin from us untimely- as I don’t believe in Him. I have still doubt about Him. If I could be sure about His existence, I would have already slain that God” Kill the God– This is what Swamiji planned just because Goodwin has died. Was this an ignorance and arrogance of Swamiji? It shows how much love he had gathered and preserved in his heart.

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Is God in Pain? (Part-1)

“Sorrow is only for us, pain is just meant for creatures, but does God also undergo pain and sufferings?”. To answer this the lecturer replies, “If every word is lost in pain then in what words can we express our feelings?”.

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