Tag: indian philosophy
Why does God allow pain and suffering?
This blog relies on scriptural wisdom to present a 5 point answer to why God allows pain and suffering. The idea of karma is by far the best and most convincing answer to why God allows pain and suffering. That’s because it teaches people how to live their lives so that they don’t have to…
Nirvana Shatkam – the ultimate self-introduction by Adi Shankara
We know Shankara as the great philosopher, sannyasi, reformer and a revolutionary. But all this knowledge has been assimilated from works of others, say his disciples and commentators. This article is a deep-dive into Shankara’s own self-introduction, the Nirvana Shatkam, that he recited during his first meeting with his Guru, Govinda Bhagavatpada. The work can…
What is Jnana Yoga? Jnana Yoga in the Bhagavad Gita, Benefits of Jnana Yoga, Examples of Jnana Yoga, Important verses etc.
What does God look like?
This blog explains what God looks like. It starts with the very definition of God and then moves on to cover the authentic texts that describe how God looks for the benefit of seekers across the world.
Aim for the skies, You’ll reach the tree top & So will weep thereafter!!!
A philosophical analysis of whether to have big dreams and ambitions in life