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A special message on the occasion of Dussehra in the form of these priceless pearls of wisdom entitled Readings from “Messages From The Masters” by Brian Weiss.
Makar Sankranti, Lohri & Pongal
Lohri marks the culmination of winter, and is celebrated on the 13th day of January in the month of Paush or Magh, a day before Makar Sankranti. For Punjabis, this is more than just a festival; it is also an example of a way of life.
In our religious tradition, Lord Shiva is represented as an aspect of God, the Almighty. He presents before us the ideal of supreme renunciation born of Divine Realisation.
Holi is the festival in which we celebrate the killing of Hiranyakashyap's sister Holika. The story goes like this...
Diwali is a contraction of the word Deepavali which means 'a row of lights' or 'billion lights'. All festivals in India have a special social, cultural and religious significance. Most of our festivals in the Hindu Culture are to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
Swami Chinmayananda’s Jayanti & Mahasamadhi
Swami TejomayanandaREAD ARTICLE
An important topic of discussion is India's religious festivals. What is the need for them? How are they celebrated? What is their significance and how can we make the best use of these occasions?
Sri Ganapati – Vinayaka
Lord Shiva's first son is described as the Supreme Leader (Vinayaka) or as the Leader of the "Ganas" (Ganapati) who attends upon and follows at all times Lord Shiva, as the Lord of all Obstacles (Vighneshwara).
Shri Krishna Janmashtami
Sri Krishna is not a historical person; Bhagavad Geeta is not written by a historian. The birth of Krishna is a fact repeated every moment in everybody's life.
Shri Swami Tapovanam was unique in that in spite of his inordinate erudition and scholarship, deep devotion and highest spiritual realisation, he chose to remain in his humble, mud-plastered one-room kutia with a small verandah at Uttarkashi. He lived ever retent from the hubub of life, reveling in His own Self.