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A blog about religion, spirituality and philosophy.Also covers topics such as Indian Classical music.. and Indian artists.

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  • Pandit Bhimsen JoshiIt is said that it is very difficult to have something very precious and not to show of it. People who have nothing, even they can not stop themselves from showing of. But yes, there are some persons who have some very rare and precious things, and y...
  • Drop Drop by Drop
    on Dec 23, 2010 in mysticism Lao Tsu Taoism
    Today, I came across a very wonderful saying by Lao Tsu. Among all the mystics I love, I have a very special love for Lao Tsu. The saying, mentioned in the sacred space is as follows- In the pursuit of knowledge, Every day I acquire something…&...
  • Salt doll and the salty sea….
    on Dec 22, 2010 in mysticism kabira
    Ramkrishna Paramhansa, one of the greatest souls this earth has ever seen, was famous for using easy to understand parables. Very complicated questions were being asked to him. These questions were from illiterate people, professors from different un...
  • Distinction- The reason of Sorrow
    on Dec 21, 2010 in mysticism grief sorrow
    The thing man is constantly running away from which but while doing so going closer and closer to it, is sorrow. If a man was allowed to paint his life for himself, he would never have included the colour of sorrow. Many thinkers have tried their bes...
  • Ghalib: The unbeatable BeautyMany poets, I love. I love them for their beauty, for their tenderness.Ghalib is one of those poets. Ghalib was not enlightened. He was not a saint or the one who had seen. But, his vision was very sensitive. He had immensely sensitive. Here, I again...
  • Jalaluddin Rumi- The poet who could see
    on Dec 17, 2010 in poems
    Today, I remember a very beautiful couplet from famous Sufi mystics, Jalaluddin Rumi. Rumin was a poet who had seen the truth. There are many people who are good poet. Also, there are some people who have seen. But this combination is very rare. Comb...
  • Sabarimala controversy and JaymalaThe very nature of Human beings is that of dominating the others. Males have dominated women for thousands of years. Males somehow have managed to prove themselves a plane higher than the women. From the very old times, rituals are being practiced wh...
  • The Eternal Connection
    on Dec 13, 2010 in poems
    The Thirst of earth is known to sky.. The eternal connection, thats why… The pregnant silence of a bud Is never wasted in mud The thirst to rise Is the only vice.. What is needed is thirst to grow Everything happens, then in just a blow This et...
  • The desire-less Desire
    on Dec 12, 2010 in mysticism
    The one thing that no spiritual teacher or preacher does not stop from criticizing is desires. The most condemned and so called roots of all sorrows all conflicts are desires. All the great calamities thaa running because our desires are still on fir...
  • Spirituality : A boon for the lames….Spirituality has been considered as the boon for the whole living beings. To be spiritual is considered as the highest possible achievement. I am in Nagpur enjoying my vacation. Yesterday, late night, at one Xpress Coffee, my all the notions about sp...
  • The game of Dreams….
    on Dec 10, 2010 in Zen awareness dreams lifestyle mind
    The sleep has no value, or to be more precise, activities in sleep have no value. It is all fiction. Activity in sleep does not need any courage; rather things which we cannot to when we are awake, we do them in the dreams. Dreams are like customizab...
  • God is in search of you….
    on Dec 9, 2010 in mysticism god religion spirituality
    Man for thousands of years is in search of the god. The man’s thirst for this god or this eternal truth is quite old one. In spite of this thirst, man has not been able to get even the glimpse of what god is. So, man started using idols which gave...
  • God also needs publicity
    on Dec 8, 2010 in Not for single reason Society
    A very famous and reputed industrialist was a firm opponent of advertising. It was his very firm opinion that quality matters, publicity is needed by those whole quality is a subject of doubt. Many advertising agencies tried hard to convince him of a...
  • Snake- Thread delusion: The game of MayaThe whole Hindu religion is based on the concept that, this world is Maya i.e. a delusion. To support this argument an example of thread-snake delusion was given. Suppose if a thread is there on the ground without ample lighting. In this case there w...
  • The Lao- Tsu way
    on Dec 5, 2010 in mysticism Lao Tsu zen
    Lao Tsu, one of the most loved mystics of all the times, had described the behavior of the one who is in search of the truth. There are many mystics who have described how the behavior of a seeker should be, but the one given by Lao Tsu is unbeatable...
  • The delicate thread of Love
    on Dec 4, 2010 in mysticism poems
    Today, I remember a very beautiful poem, written by a very magical poet. The poet is Rahim. The poem has a meaning as follows- The delicate thread of love, don’t break it with a jerk, Once broken will not be joined, if joined, it will carry a naugh...
  • Science against Spirituality-2
    on Dec 2, 2010 in Society mysticism philosophy
    Yesterday, there was a post named Science against Spirituality published on this blog. Some of the readers and I myself felt that the end was rather too abrupt, so I will try once more to elaborate the difference between working of science and spirit...
  • Science against SpiritualityAt first, science and spirituality both were understood as opponents of each other. Science was considered as something practical and spirituality as something hypothetical. As the time is passing now, more and more people are realizing how hypotheti...
  • Is there any progress?
    on Nov 30, 2010 in Society philosophy
    A well accepted concept is that, in each and every field, there is a progress, rather a gradual change. If we have a look at the things around us, we can easily point it out, that yes, things are gradually making a progress. This rule of progress has...
  • Do you strive for a personality?
    on Nov 29, 2010 in mysticism
    All of us generally think that we are nothing but our personality. Our personality is considered as something which decides what our life is going to be. People with impressive personality are generally found to be very successful in their lives. Wha...
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