The Mahakavya of Krishna-Draupadi Read Previous Part – The Birth of Mahabharata – Part 1 Ideal King was not the mere Political King of Rashtra; in fact, King is the metaphor for the Atma (Soul) – the King Continue Reading
One Day, Arjuna had returned from Dwarika and he was cheerless, his mouth was dry, his eyes was filled with water. He was the warrior and who never confronted defeats Continue Reading
भीेमसेन उस स्थान पर गये, जहाँ वे पुरुषसिंह तीनों भाई पृथ्वी पर पड़े थे। उन्हें उस अवस्था में देखकर भीमसेन को बड़ा दुःख हुआ। इधर प्यास भी उन्हें बहुत कष्ट Continue Reading
युधिष्ठिर जो की बुद्धिमानों में श्रेष्ठ थें अपने बुद्धि के बल पर यह पता कर लिया की उनके भाइयों की मृत्यु असहज नहीं हैं ये अवश्य ही दैविक हैं और Continue Reading
Part 1 Yudhishthira and Krishna: Indra & Vishnu on One Chariot 1 Part 2 Yudhishthira and Krishna: Indra & Vishnu on One Chariot 2 What ‘shreshhTha’ does, is followed by Continue Reading
According to one myth in Mahabharata, Yudhishthira is a former Indra incarnate in the seed of Dharma, according to another he is Dharma’s son, and yet, according to another, he Continue Reading
Since the Indian Constitution and the Indian Legal System has accepted the words Hindu and Hinduism, and we also have a glorious tradition of the Bengal/Indian Renaissance behind acceptance of such naming, nothing matters if believers in Hinduism call themselves Hindu.
Vivasvat aka Surya performed a shrouta sacrifice here. Because he offered this direction as Dakshina to his preceptor, this direction is known as Dakshin (south or दक्षिण).
One day, Dharma himself came in disguise and asked his son, “What is the highest Dharma in the world?” What can be the answer? We might have expected to hear Continue Reading