Yudhishthira and Krishna: Indra & Vishnu on One Chariot 3

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 ‘itaro janaH’, in other words, we may tentatively translate it as ‘what extra-ordinary minds do’, ‘ordinary mentality follows.’ Yudhishthira’s Dharma being Manava-Dharma, the Dharma of humbleness, […]

Four Directions – The North (उत्तर)

Narada, the son of Brahma himself continued in Kuru Sabha the story of Galawa and his haughtiness to pay about the preceptor fee. His meeting is with Garuda and how Garuda helped him and Garuda narrated the reason of four Directions with it’s different name and it’s origin. Garuda narrated how East aka Poorva, tthe […]

The Puranas and Their Provenance – Part 3

Part 1 – The Puranas and Their Provenance – Part 1 Part 2 – The Puranas and Their Provenance – Part 2 The Brahma-Vaivarta Purana Radha’s Purana That Puráńa which is related by Sávarńi to Nárada, and contains the account of the greatness of Krishńa, with the occurrences of the Rathantara Kalpa, where also the story of […]

Comparing Mahabharata to Mahabharata

Persian and Indonesian Mahabharata Cases – Part 3 Read Part 1  Comparing Mahabharata to Mahabharata Read Part 2 Comparing Mahabharata to Mahabharata Comparing Mahabharata War Parvas and BharataYudhha from Old Javanese Prose It is a poem of 52 cantos. 9 Cantos and 89 chapters were the Udyoga Parva. Remaining 40 odd Cantos are the War. […]

The Rudras

“Oye havan kund maston ka jhund..  Sun saari raat ab  aisi raat rakh dil pe haath hum saath saath  Bolo kyaa karenge..  Havan karenge.. havan karenge.. havan karengey..” It’s a place to work hard, for group of joyed men.. Listen all night now On such a night, keeping our hands on hearts, together what shall […]

The Durvasa visit and Krishna – Part 2

Previous Part – The Durvasa visit and Krishna Pro to Saivite-Vaishnav struggles There was a long period when Krishna competed with Arjuna, Bhima, Yudhishthara and Draupadi for place in the hearts of folk. There was a period when the Hinduism was a true Polytheistic religion where many gods were worshipped and both epics gave us […]