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Īśopaniṣad: An English Commentary by Nithin Sridhar

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.

Mahabharata as a manual of Advaita Vedanta

Adi Shankaracharya in his famous introduction to Gita Bhashya, speaks about how Vedas expound two-fold Dharma for people: Pravritti Dharma or the path of action for those with desire and Nivritti Dharma or the path of knowledge and dispassion, for those who have turned away from desire. In other words, Pravritti and Nivritti Dharmas form the two-fold essence of Veda.

मैत्री गोस्वामी

तीर्थयात्राकी वाल्लभसंप्रदायानुसारी ऐतिहासिक-शास्त्रीय एवं साम्प्रदायिक समीक्षा

स्थावर तीर्थोंके विषयमें भक्तिसंप्रदायके प्रर्वतक महाप्रभु श्रीवल्लभाचार्यके मतका विचार किया जाएगा. श्रीवल्लभाचार्यने तीर्थोंके अनेक पक्षोंका विचार किया है, यथा तीर्थोंका भौतिक-आध्यात्मिक एवं आधिदैविक पक्ष, तीर्थोंका मोक्षदातृत्व, सकामोपासकको प्राप्त होते फल, तीर्थोंकी पापमोचकता, भक्तिवृद्ध्यर्थ तीर्थयात्रा, भगवदीयव्यासंगप्राप्त्यर्थ यात्रा, नवधाभक्तिके अंगतया तीर्थयात्राका स्वरूप, एकांतवासार्थ तीर्थयात्रा, गृहत्यागपूर्वक आजीवन तीर्थपर्यटन आदि.


Be Happy. Learn Vedanta.

Vedanta the highest philosophy, which is based on three major ancient texts, namely the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, and the Brahmasutras.

Bharat Mata

Dukh, Depression and Journeys of Life Part IV – Journey of Bharata

I have always been in awe of how Bharat as a country has treated any Dukha or sorrow. From the time our civilization has started, our country has been unique in the way Dukha has been given acceptance and respect so much that we even had one philosophy or religion based on Dukha – Buddhism. While most other countries and civilization were more interested in Bhog-vilas (success and luxury), we were more interested in accepting and handling Dukha. One could even say that our explanation of Karma was in a way aimed at explaining why we have Dukha and how we can prevent ourselves from having it in the future.