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Satyakam Jabala and the knowledge of four feet of Brahman

Aug 1,22

Nature by itself is a great educator where its every object is an open book. Here, the motivation and real desire of the learner matters to inquire about the right message and then think upon it. However, at present, our lives in this modern world have lost its connection with nature and its underpinning wonders. Hence, we must search and re-establish our lives and vision through the constructive relationship with our environment in its purest form.

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Indian Influences in developing Aldous Huxley’s Thought: Part IV

Jul 30,22

Hinduism, he said tried to represent the superhuman and the metaphysical and, as a result, "Hindus have evolved a system of art full of metaphysical monsters and grotesques". Carrying on the discussion, he concluded that the "Hindus are too much interested in metaphysics and ultimate reality to make good artists. Art is not the discovery of Reality - whatever reality may be... It is the organization of chaotic appearance into an orderly and human universe".

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Indian Influences in developing Aldous Huxley’s Thought: Part III

Jul 29,22

Salvation is man's assussured possession, not a chance windfall. God is not a pie in the sky who appeared from nowhere at a particular time and became operative in human affairs; he has been active from the beginning. The great spiritual life resides in the heart and its truths are open to all sincere seekers. Man has known, possessed and lived those truths long before "revealed religions" were heard of.

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Indian Influences in developing Aldous Huxley’s Thought: Part II

Jul 28,22

In Hinduism, dying is an art. In the higher reaches of Yoga, one can choose at will when to quit and where to go. Under certain circumstances, voluntary death - prâyopaveSaNa, sallekhana or santhârâ - is admitted. The art of dying however is the same as the art of living. Noble life and noble death go together.

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Indian Influences in developing Aldous Huxley’s Thought: Part I

Jul 27,22

Aldous Huxley is one of those who enriched the West greatly with the wisdom of the East. Though he came late on the scene, his influence was nonetheless real and deep. Himself a great intellectual, he spoke to the intellect of the West its most effective medium of communication.

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All Interpretation is Misinterpretation: An illusory appeal

Jul 21,22

Most slogans carry an essentially emotional—not a logical or theoretical—message, and this one is no exception. Slogans are designed not to formulate theories but rather to strike an attitude, to rally a movement, or to intimidate an opposition. This one does all three.

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भारतीय मूल चिन्तन में राजनीति तथा दंडनीति

Jul 17,22

वर्तमान में प्राचीन भारतीय राजनीतिक व्यवस्था के बारे में अनेक भ्रांतियां हैंI इसमें सबसे बड़ी भ्रान्ति हिन्दुओं की दंड व्यवस्था को लेकर हैI ऐसी एक धारणा बना दी गयी है कि हिन्दू राजनीति और कूटनीति से अनभिज्ञ थे तथा अपने राष्ट्र के रक्षा की चिंता नहीं करते थेI वस्तुतः मैं अपनेइस लेख में विशुद्ध भारतीय राजनीति के ग्रंथों में वर्णित राजनीति के बारे में चर्चा करूँगा

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History of Jagannatha Temple II: The associated legends

Jul 15,22

The place in the periphery of a kingdom where cities end and villages just merge with woodland- that part of a forest is never very dense. In such a bushy isolated area, Krishna was sitting on a branch of a tree lonely and recalling all the happenings that he had been a part of in his life- waiting for the upalakshya or predetermined event to happen that would make him die! Suddenly a poisonous arrow charged from the bow of a Vyadha or forest hunter stuck his leg.

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When I Met My Guru

Jul 13,22

Pleasure and pain lost their sway over me. I was free from desire and fear. I found myself full, needing nothing. I saw that in the ocean of pure awareness, on the surface of the universal consciousness, the numberless waves of the phenomenal worlds arise and subside beginninglessly and endlessly. As consciousness, they are all me. As events they are all mine.

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Indian Business Models: Business in Ancient India

Jul 12,22

Commerce played a great role in making India the universal exporting centre of the economic world in ancient times. Not only was the corporate form used for business enterprises in Ancient India, but also for political and social purposes and went by variety of names-gana, samgha, sabha, sreni and others too.

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