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Confessions of a first-time-MP by Advaita Kala
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Confessions of a first-time-MP by Advaita Kala

Advaita Kala The sixteenth Lok Sabha has the highest number of first time MPs in 30 years. Fifty eight per cent or 315 members of the Lok Sabha have entered this hallowed chamber of democracy for the first time. With all the talk centered around ... India Today, 1 week ago

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An All-Embracing Philosophy of Self Knowledge

BANGALORE: The quintessence of Adi Shankaracharya's advaita philosophy is: Brahman satyam jagat mithya. Jivo brahmaiva naparah. (source: Vivekachudamani) Brahman is the only truth, the spatio-temporal world is an illusion, and there is ultimately no ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Advaita Kala on chilling menace of the IS

Two weeks ago Vice came out with a five part documentary (the Islamic State) inside Raqqa, Syria - the ISIS stronghold. It was an astoundingly brave work of reportage by Medyan Dairieh, a freelance journalist/documentary filmmaker who was embedded ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

Youth are looking for icons they can identify with: Advaita Kala

Hindustantimes.com | August 16 , 2014 Popular author Advaita Kala feels the youth are looking for icons they can relate and
 Hindustan Times4 weeks ago
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Advaita Kala on Modi's overtures win over Nepal

Advaita Kala Prior to Prime Minister Modi's visit to Nepal earlier this week, Dinesh Kafile's Facebook posts critical of the Indian Prime Minister used to attract 50 likes. After his visit, the likes have gone down to three or four. "That has been ...
 India Today1 month ago
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Advaita Kala on unsung heroes of the hills

When Deepak Adhikari began as a journalist in Nepal, the country was still coming to terms with being a democracy. It had only been a few years since the transition. During this time he donned multiple hats: reporter, copy editor, proof reader etc.
 India Today1 month ago

Śabda Pramāṇa

Śabda Pram ā ṇ a 5. Ś abda: Ś abda (from the root √ ś abd = ś abdakriy ā y ā m - to make sound) means sound, word. Technically, it means verbal testimony, verbal knowledge, scriptural authority. Ś abda is an independent means of ...
 Speaking Tree21 hours ago

Spiritual Atheist: Rites of Equality

By: Vithal C Nadkarni on Sep 15, 2014 | 483 Views | Post Response Category Name Friend(s) email id:(Max 5 email ids.) Personalized Message Your email has been sent. Who is the opposite of a Spiritual Atheist? A Theistic Spiritualist? ...
 Speaking Tree1 day ago Rites of Equality  Economic Times5 days ago

Understanding the Absolute

Vedanta says that God is the cause of all sarva-karanam, and that God is the causeless cause, itself not caused by anything paribhuh svayambhuh.[1] Material and Efficient Cause He is the material cause, as well as the efficient cause, and ...
 Speaking Tree3 days ago

Chattambi Swamikal Made Vedas Accessible to the Common People

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chattambi Swamikal's greatest contribution to society in general and Hinduism in particular was his bold decision to challenge the rule that only brahmins were entitled to learn Vedas. By authoring several books on Advaita ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago
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