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About 11 results for "yudhisthira"

Vijay Seshadri: What's at the heart of writing poetry is makin...

Vijay Seshadri (Express photo by Pradip Das) How has life changed for you after winning the Pulitzer earlier this year for your collection of poems, 3 Sections? Im travelling a lot and people treat me very well, which is nice — not that they ... Indian Express, 2 days ago

The Form of Sa'dhana' - Concluding part

According to the beliefs of the human beings, Sádhaná is not practicable in normal life and it is necessary for an aspirant to sever connections with the home and members of the family. This is fallacious. How can a sádhaka devote himself to ...
 Speaking Tree2 weeks ago
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I Am Incredible India

I am Hampi. I am Hardiwar. I am Hastinapur. I am Hawa Mahal. I am the Harmandir Sahib. I am the Sanchi Stupas, I am the Sun Temple of Konarak. I am the Virupaksha Temple. I am Varanasi. I am Vrindavan. I am much more than just the Taj Mahal. Im ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago

Karma and Karmaphala

Actions and Their Results ( karma and Karmaphala) The creation of the Universe is sustained by actions or Karma. Where there is expression, there is invariably vibration and behind the vibration there is action. Where the active capacity is ...
 Speaking Tree3 weeks ago

What a sacrifice?

Svarńanakula Kathá 25 February 1966 evening,Jamalpur Yudhisthira was performing Rájasúya Yajiṋa. ( 1 ) Kings, courtiers, men and women from all over had come to witness the great performance of King Yudhisthira. Shrii Krśńa was ...
 Speaking Tree1 month ago A story from Maha'bha'rata  Speaking Tree1 month ago

Lessons drawn from Kartikeya

NO one embodies the spirit of Hinduism, which, for me, means the worship of all life on the planet as much as Kartikeya, the second son of Shiva and Parvati, now reduced to being the God of War. Kartikeya's birth, his symbolism, embraces all ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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How India can escape the dry spell doom

Since 2000, India has had three serious droughts. The World Bank has estimated that the 2012 drought reduced the country's gross domestic product by half a percentage point, even though it was not extensive, say Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.   Acording to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), droughts are the world's costliest natural disasters, inflicting $6-8 billion of annual losses. Because of their extent, magnitude and frequency, their effects are felt by more people ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India not home and dry on drought  Business Standard India1 month ago Cecilia Tortajada & Asit K Biswas: India not home and dry on drought  Sify1 month ago
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