Parama Purusa Knows Everything

Posted By: Jyoti Smita Tag: Scriptures Last Update: 24/05/2018

The meaning is: “Parama Puruśa knows everything.” Evedaḿ sarvaḿ jánáti sarvaḿ eva– “He knows everything;” yadbhútaḿ – “whatever has been”; yacca bhavyam – “whatever will be”; utámrtasyesháno – “He is the master of both heaven and hell;” yadanye nátirohati – “no one is His master.” This is the literal meaning of the shloka.

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Parama Purusa Is Everywhere

Posted By: Jyoti Smita Tag: Scriptures Last Update: 20/05/2018

This shloka is from the Yajurveda. The Yajurveda is mainly concerned with rites. The composition of the Vedas began roughly 15,000 years ago. In those ancient times, the written script was not yet known. The written script was invented much later. During that era, the rśis, seers of truth, who composed the Vedas taught their pupils the rks [hymns] they made, and by listening to them those pupils committed them to memory.

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Idleness is Harmful

Posted By: Tapas Dev Tag: Scriptures Last Update: 29/04/2018

In the ancient days, there was a popular belief that even the GODs were to come down to earth to perform spiritual practice.

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Equanimity of mind should be maintained

Posted By: Tapas Dev Tag: Scriptures Last Update: 29/04/2018

Mental balance is natural, while a complex is unnatural. Suppose someone is proud of his or her riche – “ We are a rich lot” – this short of superiority complex is playing in their minds.

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Cause And Effect : Part-1

Posted By: Tapas Dev Tag: Scriptures Last Update: 29/04/2018

In this Universe of ours, there is nothing non causal. Do you know the meaning of non-causal ? Non-causal means “ Having no- cause”. In hoary past, there was a great philosopher named Kanada.

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