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गाँव की हवेली

गाँव में एक बहुत बड़ी हवेली थी , या यूं कहें हवेली बसी उसके बाद ही पूरा गाँव बसा , हवेली के दूरदृष्टा पूर्वजों ने पूरे गाँव में महान परम्पराएँ बसाई , भाषाएँ विकसित की...

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The four Yugas as per Sanatan Dharma

Introduction EACH of the four Yugas, as described by the ancient Hindu sages, has a correspondence with one of the four powers of Maya, the darkness of Illusion that hides from man his Divine...

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Ahoi Ashtami Vrat(Fast) for Mothers

Ahoi Ashtami is a festival celebrated on the 8th day of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This festival is celebrated mostly in North India and falls approximately 4 days after Karwa Chauth and 8...

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Diwali: Festival of Lights!

  Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It’s the festival of lights (deep = light andavali = a row i.e., a row of lights) that’s marked...

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Learn Sanskrit 14-17

The course from 14th lesson to 17th lession is intended towards those who understand Devanagari script and know simple English. No familiarity in Sanskrit is assumed. However those who have faint memories of Sanskrit...

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Learn Sanskrit 9 to 13

The course from 9st lesson to 13th lession is intended towards those who understand Devanagari script and know simple English. No familiarity in Sanskrit is assumed. However those who have faint memories of Sanskrit...

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Guru & Scriptures

The gift of India to the world is her culture of Self-Realization, her vision of raising human beings to the heights of God-consciousness. Modern society, disillusioned with the empty grandeur of materialism, looks to...

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Learn Sanskrit Lesson 1 to 9

The course from 1st lesson to 9th lession is intended towards those who understand Devanagari script and know simple English. No familiarity in Sanskrit is assumed. However those who have faint memories of Sanskrit...

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The Bliss of Brahman: Taittiriya Upanishad

“Who could have been able to breathe and who could have been able to live if this infinite void or space had not been full of joy or bliss?” Thus does a sage ask...