All posts tagged: Vedas

For The Love Of Nature

Krishna (the supreme divinity) and the cows (the creation) are nothing but a pictorial representation of the Rig-Veda’s initial identity between earth and heaven.

Hindu Roots Of Modern Ecology

For ecology to be truly saved and revived, we have to return to the meanings and practices that infuse sacredness and reverence towards nature as in Hindu traditions

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Call for Short Story Writers – “Katha Series”

Indic Today is pleased to launch an initiative to create a new body of Katha – The Short Stories. This is a call to all Indic Writers, Bharateeya Pampara enthusiasts to pick up your pen and etch your stories, craft your metaphors, draw your narratives – let the civilization flow as Katha.

Mahabharata as a manual of Advaita Vedanta

Adi Shankaracharya in his famous introduction to Gita Bhashya, speaks about how Vedas expound two-fold Dharma for people: Pravritti Dharma or the path of action for those with desire and Nivritti Dharma or the path of knowledge and dispassion, for those who have turned away from desire. In other words, Pravritti and Nivritti Dharmas form the two-fold essence of Veda.