Bhagwad Geeta Blog

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The Shape of the Ultimate Reality

Hexagonal, triangle, square, fat, large, small etc are all having a definite shape, a definite form. A human body has a definite shape, so does the sun when viewed from the earth. Thus, if...

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Concept of God – Hinduism

In general Hinduism considers God not just as the Supreme All-powerful Gigantic One, Who commands the humanity to tread the way He/She/It says, but also a personal God Whom the individual can worship out...

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How does the subconscious mind work

The subconscious mind plays a very important role in affecting your behavior, shaping your personality and your entire life. Many people don’t have an idea how the subconscious mind works or what mechanisms govern...

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10 BAD HABITS THAT CAN BE GOOD FOR YOU

1) Gossiping Most of us love a good gossip, whether we’re giggling over a colleague’s new romance or passing an opinion on someone’s outfit choice or behavior, and the good news is that gossiping...

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What is this “Soul” which never dies

Our individual soul is the immortal and spiritual body of light that animates life and reincarnates again and again until all necessary karmas are created and resolved and its essential unity with God is fully realized....

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Power of Mind as per Vedas

Moksha Gita 1. The Guru said: The Mind has the power of creating or undoing the whole universe in the twinkling of an eye. Slay this mind through Vichara (enquiry), destruction of Vasanas and...

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Who is known as a Hindu..??

The question is who is Hindu…??? how to define and say a person is Hindu….???   When A person is called muslim if he is following five things….and believe in prophet muhamad… When A person...

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What is Satya(Truth) and Mithya(False) in Hinduism

SATYA = ABSOLUTE ORDER OF REALITY (AOR) Satya is that which does not change in time Satya is that which cannot be negated Satya is that which exists independently of anything else Satya is...

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There are 10 bodily parts/features of Dharma

1) Satyam/Truth – Satyawadi Raja Harishchandra was an example of Satyam. Who sold himself & became a servant/das for someone & even ignored his wife & kid because he was serving as a servant...

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THE STAGES OF LIFE SYSTEM IN HINDU SOCIETY

There are four stages of life viz. Brahmachari (student), Grihasta (Householder) Vanaprasta (forest dweller or Hermit in semi retirement) Sannyasi (the renounced one in full retirement) and the Dharma of each is different. The...