Tagged: hinduism

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The concept of Brahman?

The word ‘brahman’ is a noun in Sanskrit, in the neuter gender, not to be confused with the masculine noun ‘brahmA’ which is the name of the first of the triad of personal Gods:...

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The Guru

The word guru, a noun, means “teacher” in Sanskrit As a noun the word means the imparter of knowledge (jñāna; Also Persian: Dāna). As an adjective, it means ‘heavy,’ or ‘weighty,’ in the sense...

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The Hollywood film Matrix in vedic background

Verses from the Upanishads used in the film “Matrix”: asato ma sad gamaya tamaso ma jyotir gamaya mrtyor mamrtam gamaya From delusion lead me to truth From darkness lead me to light From death...

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The significance of lighting a lamp

In almost every Indian home a lamp is lit daily before the altar of the Lord. In some houses it is lit at dawn, in some, twice a day – at dawn and dusk;...

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Why hindu people put Tilak on the forehead?

Without the worship of Sri Ganesh no work in Sanatan Dharma should begin. Likewise,no religious work should begin without a Tilak on the forehead. Chandan or sandalpaste, Roli, Kumkum, Sindoor and Sacred Ash or...

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Misconception of Caste System and Brahmin Supremacy in Hinduism

Whole world think that India has many castes which are main reason of discrimination of people but its very very big misconception of caste system spread around the world to defame culture of India because it was the...

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The Concept of God in Hinduism

The earliest statement of the Nature of Reality occurs in the first book of the Rig-Veda: Ekam Sat-Viprah Bahudha Vadanti. “The ONE BEING, the wise diversely speak of.” The tenth book of the Rig-Veda...