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    Hinduism is the most democratic and all encompassing way of life. English language does not have a word that describes the word DHARMA in its proper sense. The nearest word is duty or the sense of duty. It is described as the Sanatana Dharma or the ETERNAL DHARMA. The beginning was never said...
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    Top 10 Hindu temples in the world

    Top 10 Hindu temples in the world is what your thread say and of what i see its 9 temples out of 10 are from India.
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    Maharana Pratap (9th May 1540 - 19th Jauary 1597)

    MAHARANA PRATAP was the proudest and most gallant of the chivalrous Hindu Princes. This man was an idealist, proud, stubborn and fiercely loyal to the struggle for dignity, honour and freedom- in an age and land where almost each one of his peers was scrambling hard to get any fame or land...
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    Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (1627 - 1680)

    On the 16 June 1974, Shivaji held a vast ceremony, and formally crowned himself king of the region, taking the title "Chhatrapati" which means "Lord of the Umbrella." The title was symbolic of the protective umbrella of Shivaji’s dominion. It was a ceremony that was to have political...
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    Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (1627 - 1680)

    Shivaji was amongst the very greatest of warriors, whose life has had a profound effect on history. Shivaji’s life is an emblem of courage, virtue and inspiration for all those who encounter it. Yet many Hindus, particularly in the West, will not have heard of Shivaji (though this is probably...
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    Complaint to Prime minister of Pakistan

    My Dear Prime Minister, Why Sir, for how long Sir, no remorse, no sorry, every day our girls are raped, abducted and forcefully converted. Mr Prime Minister, you say nothing, you do nothing to stop this madness, you might feel proud about your self by inflicting the pain and misery on Hindu...
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    Brihadaranyaka Upanishada

    This incepts the debate and conversation between both of them which assumes a comprehensive form and is explained and narrated in both the Brahmanas. Finally both come to a conclusion that Atman (soul) is the sublime radiance or flame that is enkindled. They themselves are light. He can see...
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    Brihadaranyaka Upanishada

    Introduction - The Brihadaranyaka Upanishada is an integral part of the Vajaseneya Brahmana of the Kaanva branch of the Yajurveda. With respect to the size, this Upanishad is biggest among all the Upanishads hence its name Brihat, and because it is worth reading in the forest (Aranya), it is...
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    THE FORM OF THE UNREDEEMED BODY This human body is like a 'pipal' tree. God and the unredeemed body both sit on this tree. Both are like friendly birds. The unredeemed body in the form of a bird eats the fruits on the tree and as a result undergoes a wale of sufferings. On the contrary, the...
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    PEACE- INVOCATION AUM SAHANAVAVATU SAHANAO BHUNAKTU| SHHAVIRYAM KARVAAVAHAI| TEJASVINAVADHITA MASTU| MA VIDVISHA VAHAI| FIRST CHAPTER BRAHMA'S CURIOSITY Curious people started discussing amongst themselves- O sages! We have read in the Vedas that Brahma is the cause of this universe. So...
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    SIXTH CHAPTER The sixth chapter speaks of the different relations of the topics covered in the previous chapters. There is a place in this heart where that divine Cosmic spirit resides. One can realize Him there itself. One does not need to go anywhere else to realize Him. SEVENTH CHAPTER...
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    Brahmanand Valli (Taitareyopanishad) < ------------------------------------ > Bhrigu-Valli (Taitareyopanishad) Introduction: This Upanishad is an integral part of the Taitareya Aranyaka of the Taitareya branch of the Krishna Yajurveda. Amongst the ten chapters of the Taitareya Aranyaka the...
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    Bhrigu-Valli (Taitareyopanishad)

    Brahmanand Valli (Taitareyopanishad) < ------------------------------------ > Bhrigu-Valli (Taitareyopanishad) FIRST CHAPTER Sage Bhrigu was the son of Varuna. Out of curiosity to realize the cosmic spirit went to his father Varuna and said: O Lord! I want to realize the cosmic spirit. Please...
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    Brahmanand Valli (Taitareyopanishad)

    Brahmanand Valli (Taitareyopanishad) < ------------------------------------ > Bhrigu-Valli (Taitareyopanishad) PEACE INVOCATION AUM SAHANA VAVATU | SAHA NAO BHUNAKTU | SAHA VIRYAM KARVAVAHAI | TEJASVINA VADHITAMASTU | MA VIDWISHAA VAHAAI | FIRST CHAPTER A knowledgeable person can attain...
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    CHARACTERISTICS OF THOSE WHO REALIZE THE SUPREME GOD Amongst all the other gods, only Agni, Vayu and Indra are considered great as only these three realized supreme divinity to some extent. It was these three gods who got the opportunity to converse with the Supreme God. Amongst these three...
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    Introduction - The Kenopanishad is a section of Talavakara Brahmana of the Samaveda. The first word of the Upanishad is 'Kena', therefore the name of the Upanishad is Kenopanishad. This is the ninth chapter of the Talavakara Brahmana. The main topic covered in this Upanishad is the 'Supreme...
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    Uttar Kand - Saptam Sopan

    Uttar Kand is divided into 3 parts as in below :- Sriram's Return To Ayodhya And His Crowing Conversation Between Shankar And Parvati Sugreev Departs From Ayodhya Click here for previous Part or Kand or Sopan < ---------- > End
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    Lanka Kand - Shashth Sopan

    Lanka Kand has 4 parts as in below :- Construction Of Bridge Angad Sent As An Envoy Battle Commences Kumbhakarn And Vibhishan's Conversation Click here for previous Part or Kand or Sopan < ---------- > Click here for next Part or Kand or Sopan
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    Sunderkand - Pancham Sopan

    Below is parts of Sunderkand :- Naming As Sundar Kand Hanuman Leaps Across The Ocean Arrival Of Ravan At Ashok Vatika Hanuman Meets Sita Ravan And Hanuman's Conversation Hanuman Meets Sriram Click here for previous Part or Kand or Sopan < ---------- > Click here for next Part or Kand...