BhagavadGita’s Solution for Dealing with Envy

Envy is a negative feeling or emotion that one could experience over something he / she doesn't have. It could be about a material possession like a house / vehicle / money. Envy (Matsarya in Samskrita) is also considered to be one of the Six Enemies of the mind. This has increased even more with … Continue reading BhagavadGita’s Solution for Dealing with Envy

BhagavadGita’s Solution for Confusion

Confusion is a symptom / state of emotion that makes one feel as if he / she cannot think clearly or not capable of taking decisions. (NOTE: This blog post is part of a series; please refer to BhagavadGita, The Solution Provider to access the complete series.) Over-analysis / overthinking / self-doubt often lead to … Continue reading BhagavadGita’s Solution for Confusion

BhagavadGita, The Solution Provider

The following image was shared in one of the WhatsApp groups that I am in. I sent it to my family group. My Uncle Sri. RamaMurthy, who is a key contributor to this blog site WhatsApp'd his thoughts on the Verses on Anger Management. I found his viewpoints very interesting and useful. I am of … Continue reading BhagavadGita, The Solution Provider

Solution for Anger in BhagavadGita

This blog post is on the Shlokas / Verses from BhagavadGita that touch upon the aspect of Anger and how to tackle the same in our life. (NOTE: This blog post is part of a series; please refer to BhagavadGita, The Solution Provider to access the complete series.) Attachment and Desire are considered to be … Continue reading Solution for Anger in BhagavadGita

Victim or Victor, Your Choice

Happy weekend, Everyone. Stay home, Stay safe! Here's wishing everyone healthy and happiness always... Currently, the whole world is facing the health-scare due to COVID-19 virus. Different people are reacting to the situation differently. The least we can do is pray, radiate positive vibes, help the needy in whatever way we can, be kind and … Continue reading Victim or Victor, Your Choice

BhagavadGita, the Life Guide and My Spiritual Guru

Happy Monday, Everybody! This blog post is on Srimad BhagavadGita, the ultimate guide of Life and is dedicated to my Spiritual Guru, respected Sreeparna Roy Didi. She is one of the respected Gurus who teaches at S-VYASA. I came into her contact (or I should say it was the divine force that connected me with … Continue reading BhagavadGita, the Life Guide and My Spiritual Guru

MahaShivaratri, the Great Night of Lord Shiva (Author: RamaMurthy)

ॐ नमः शिवाय || On this auspicious day of MahaShivaratri, we present you with this blog article on the significance of this festival. A few Wikipedia and YouTube links are given below for those interested in learning more about the festival and the powerful, energizing hymns of Lord Shiva: MahaShivaratri ಶಿವ ಮಾನಸ ಪೂಜೆ (Shiva Manassas … Continue reading MahaShivaratri, the Great Night of Lord Shiva (Author: RamaMurthy)

Faith Keeps Us Going (Author: RamaMurthy)

The following article written by Sri. RamaMurthy highlights the essence of the beautiful poem, Karunaalu Baa Belake (ಕರುಣಾಳು ಬಾ ಬೆಳಕೆ) by the respected B.M. Srikantiah, one of the most influential authors, writers and translators of Kannada literature. This poem is a Kannada Classic based on the English poem, Lead, Kindly Light by the renounced Theologian … Continue reading Faith Keeps Us Going (Author: RamaMurthy)

Karma Siddhanta, the Law of Karma (Author: RamaMurthy)

This blog is written by Sri. RamaMurthy. A quick preface before getting to the actual article: 'Karma' is a Samskritha word that means action. It encompasses our thoughts, words, actions, and also others' actions done under our instructions / influence. There are 12 laws of Karma: This implies everything we do created a corresponding energy … Continue reading Karma Siddhanta, the Law of Karma (Author: RamaMurthy)

Divine Love

February 14 is celebrated as Valentine's Day all over the world. Even though the common perception is that this day is for lovers, there are so many different relationships that can be celebrated on this day e.g., love for parents, siblings, nieces, nephews, children, and grandchildren and so on. I had written about Bhakti / … Continue reading Divine Love