Rasa-s that the Bhagavad Gītā employs in its literary-aesthetic body-complex are varied –karuṇa, vībhatsa, vīr, bhakti – with śānta rasa often described as the ni–rasa or no-rasa at all, that pervades and transcends all others.
Birth and death together constitutes a cycle which an individual ātman goes through only due to its ignorance of reality of its true nature.
An Interpretation of the Kaṭha Upaniṣad, Naciketā resolved to set things straight and sacrifice himself so his father is absolved of the sins.
Kālī manifested herself for the annihilation of demonic male power in order to restore peace and equilibrium
what does this word ‘tradition’ really mean in the context of the Indic Civilisation? The discovery of Self-Knowledge or the Supreme Secret
śraddhā could be seen as a key idea in understanding the Hindu mind, and hence the Hindu identity.
Hindutva became the source of the principles that shaped the ideology of Hindu Nationalism. Hindu tradition enjoins the sādhaka.
What makes us Hindu? Hindu tradition enjoins the sādhaka.The sādhaka explores his inner world with his sense-organs, specially honed for the purpose, to gain a direct, first-hand experience of his own true nature. This is the essence of traditional Hindu philosophy