Nithin Sridhar’s commentary on the Īśopaniṣad, as well as the exposition of the Upaniṣad’s philosophy, is written from the perspective of Advaita Vedānta. But there are no polemics in the work; it focuses entirely on shedding light upon some of the most important and often neglected aspects of Hinduism.
Taking our #KathaSeries forward is a simple story with deep moral values. “What’s In Your Pitcher?” is an eloquent narration by Rekha Dhar about letting go of negativities and filling our lives with gratitude, kindness and hope.
The pure aesthetics in our bhakti granthas brings out such beautiful rasa to Mūrti Upāsanā. In this process, we can also connect with nature and enjoy its infinite wealth while seeing Ishwara everywhere.
On his 126th birth anniversary on May 11, let’s take an overview of what Krishnamurti had to say about human conditioning, limits of thought and knowledge, religious mind and much more.
When circumstances of bereavement caused by pandemic such as covid arises we are in a state of shock, how do we overcome the shock and manage ourselves better?
“In our quest to find our answers we often forget to look inwards.” A beautiful story on Finding your self by Varad.
In the midst of Kurukshetra war, the Epic Mahabharata narrates an instance wherein Arjuna got Pashupata from Shiva for a second time.
a Yagna was a mechanism of invoking a Devata to fulfil a particular desire. It was a “give and receive” mechanism, a practical, material process, as against the misunderstood “noble” concept of simply a sacrifice.
A story about a prince and a mysterious Princess of Kashi, that tells us about oneness and Advaita.
The second meeting Karna had was with Kunti. Kunti, the mother who had abandoned her first-born son, Karna, the son who could not bring himself to abandon the friend who gave him a kingdom