Inspiration from BhagavadGita to Keep Going

Many times, we get demotivated / discouraged to do a particular task.It could be because we think it might not be right to do it ORwe worry about the outcome ORwe think we don't have the capacity to do it ORsomeone made hurtful / doubtful remarks about our work. BhagavadGita gives us pointers to motivate … Continue reading Inspiration from BhagavadGita to Keep Going

BhagavadGita’s Strategies for Coping with the Inevitable

One thing that is certain as soon as we are born is our 'death'! Yes, death is an uncomfortable and a taboo topic, but is the bitter reality of life. The very thought of death scares us; we don't want to talk about it. It hits us when we encounter the demise of someone close … Continue reading BhagavadGita’s Strategies for Coping with the Inevitable

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

Foundational Hymns

An article written by our respected co-blogger, Sri. RamaMurthy took me down the memory lane when I was learning a set of basic hymns. So, here's an account of my experience before getting onto Sri. RamaMurthy's blog section. Irrespective of the religion or geographical region, if our family is theist or believes in the Divine … Continue reading Foundational Hymns

YugaAdi, Beginning of a New Age

March 25, 2020, according to the Hindu Calendar, happened be the first day of Chaitra Maasa, the beginning of the Spring Season. The States of India namely Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra celebrated the festival, Yugaadi / Ugadi / Gudi Padwa. As I started working on this blog, I also got to learn … Continue reading YugaAdi, Beginning of a New Age

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

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)