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If we are born with complete past memories ?

Baby chimpanzee to his father - What if in our every rebirth, we are born with complete past memories ? Father - You are concluding...

न हि प्रतीक्षते मृत्युः कृतमस्य न वा कृतम्

न हि प्रतीक्षते मृत्युः कृतमस्य न वा कृतम् Death doesn't see, what one has achieved and what is pending to be achieved. #Vedanta

formlessness is not an experience of senses

Science have created & believed on the concept of multiple Universe, because it think in term of adjectives like quantity, colour, number and degree...

How to understand Death

Let us understand what death is ? When one was born as newborn child, when his mind or memory was not fully developed, that time...

How this word पुरूषः originated ?

As mentioned in Brihadaranyaka upanishad ( बृहदारण्यकोपनिषद् 2.5.18) स वा अयं पुरूषः सर्वासु पूर्षु पुरिशयो नैनेन किञ्चनानावृतं नैनेन किञ्चनासंवृतम् ।। Explanation -  पुरिशेत इति पुरिशयः सन् पुरूष इत्युच्यते Because...

If I don’t know and look at this world, it has...

When I see this world compared to my surrounding, it appears to endless and permanent. But without me as the seer of this world, irrespective...

Do “I came from my father” ?

"I came from my father", understand this as my belief - because my parents told me so - because I see newborn getting born from parent's But...

हम कहा से आये है और किसने हम यहाँ भेजा है...

हम कहा से आये है और किसने हम यहाँ भेजा है ? We ask this irrelevant question because we know that there must be previous...

तरति शोकमात्मवित् 

तरति शोकमात्मवित्  - Chandogya Upanishad 7.1.3 The one who knows the Atman, he goes beyond pain. #Vedanta

Objects which one have lost …

न कर्मणा लभ्यते चिन्तया वा नाप्यस्ति दाता पुरूषस्य कश्चित् । पर्याययोगाद् विहितं विधात्रा कालेन सर्वं लभते मनुष्यः ।। Objects which one have lost, can neither be achieved by...

By whose living many lives, he alone should live in this...

यस्मिञ्जीवन्ति जीवन्ति बहवः सो$त्र जीवतु । वयांसि किं न कुर्वन्ति चञ्च्वा स्वोदरपूरणम् ।। By whose living many lives, he alone should live in this world. Does...

How does this word called “नारायण” originated ?

Water is also called as "नार" because it came out of नर ( highest god ). Because this water (नार ) is the first abode...

Yajnavalkya (याज्ञवल्क्य)

Yajnavalkya (याज्ञवल्क्य) is a vedic sage of Hinduism Yajnavalkya is credited to be the one who coined the word Advaita (non-dual) one of the important...

Who was the narrator of Mahabharata, Puranas & many Hindu texts?

Ugrashrava ( उग्रश्रवा ) or Maharsi Sūta ( श्री सूत जी ) was the narrator of several Puranas, including Mahābhārata, Bhagavata Purana, Harivamsa and Padma...

Do we take rebirth after death and pass through the cycle...

One has to think logical, before he can understand the answer to this question. What is soul ( Atman ) ? नान्योऽतोऽस्ति द्रष्टा, नान्योऽतोऽस्ति श्रोता, नान्योऽतोऽस्ति...

What is Atman (आत्मा) ? How can one see it or...

  In the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad verse 3.7.23, it is mentioned   नान्योऽतोऽस्ति द्रष्टा, नान्योऽतोऽस्ति श्रोता, नान्योऽतोऽस्ति मन्ता, नान्योऽतोऽस्ति विज्ञात, एष त आत्मान्तर्याम्यमृतः, अतोऽन्यदार्तम्;   "He cannot be seen, but...

What are the various school of thoughts in Hinduism ?

Indian Philosophy or Hindu Philosophy is generally classified into 6 orthodox schools (astika) and 3 heterodox (nastika) schools. The basic difference between the two branches...

Difference between mantra, suktam, shloka, stotra and stuti ?

Mantra ( मंत्र) –  is a sacred utterance, a syllable orgroup of words believed to have psychological and spiritual powers. Example – Gayatri Mantra , Om...
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