Karma Tapas

Karma Tapas Medha, Sydney Sanskrit School, 2018 Tapas is a strict discipline is doing any kind of activity, karma. Benefits of living life as a tapas include increasing maturity to lead a life of minimal stress, achieving a sense of good health and well-being, and preparing oneself for gaining moksajnanam. Read More

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“I don’t believe in God”

“I don’t believe in God” Medha, Sydney Sanskrit School-2017 Most people who make such statements have not had the facility to examine the issue in depth and often make them without adequate thought. When one makes an assertion like this, it is based on his/her own concept of God Read More

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Annam

Annam 2016 was declared as the International Year of Pulses by the sixty eighth session of the United Nations General Assembly on December 20, 2013. In keeping with that theme the article explores some of the references to annam in the upanisads Read More

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Traditional Hindu vs. Western perspective

Traditional Hindu vs. Western perspective While the western mind looks objectively at every phenomenon or object and attempts to analyze it to greater and greater depth, leading to very high levels of scholarship, the traditional Hindu perspective perceives the self as the cause of every object and process in this universe. Read More

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